I was going to crochet a macaroon metal frame coin purse, but after I sew the metal frame on, it no longer looked the way I expected So I decided to undo it and then made this one instead I might still go back to the macaroon metal frame again when I get a chance.
So how do you like this? I plan to make some more (hopefully before Christmas shopping season is over) and put them for sale in Etsy shortly! Stay tune!
Guess what it is :) Hint – The picture makes it look bigger than it is. The diameter is in fact about 7.5 cm only, and this is only half done.
I promised a little girl that I would make her an owl ornament that she saw at my coworker’s office. I didn’t save the pattern (not mine) when I made it for my coworker a while ago, but managed to find it on the website. After I was half way through (about an hour), I felt something’s not right. That’s a small charm and I should have been done within 30 minutes, but how come I was only half done??? Then I checked the website again and realized the designer has two versions for this owl – one is a travel plush (click here for the pattern) that I was working on, and the other one is the baby version (click here for the pattern) I wanted. I didn’t bother to take the half done one apart. Instead I finished it off and gave it to my 3-yr old boy who loves animals. After that I made the baby version for that little girl. I modified the pattern a little bit, but you should definitelly try the patterns out if you crochet coz it’s super easy but cute. So here they are:
Is this little giraffe cute? Want to take it home?
Introduced by a coworker friend who loves crocheting like me, I dropped off some purple newborn baby hats for Click for Babies at BC Children’s Hospital. Good that I went there since the building mentioned in the flyer just got torn down :) I enjoyed making these easy but cute hats and I will definitely try to crochet more next year, if it’s still running.
You have tons of drawings from your child(ren) but there’s always one that you love the most and would like to preserve it forever. What if you can get a stuffie out of the drawing from your kid(s)? Will you and your kid(s) be excited? Here’s what I have done for my daughter’s drawing to show you what I can offer.
Interested? Here’s how you can get a quote:
Please e-mail me the following at firstname.lastname@example.org:
1. A photo or scan of the drawing
2. Your full name
3. Your country and country of shipping if different
4. Name and age of the kid
5. Size (height) of the stuffie you prefer
6. Any more details you’d like to add to help me make the stuffie as closely as possible.
Upon receipt of your email, I will send you the quote and leadtime. Prices depend on complexity and details of a drawing. Once approved by you, I will send you an invoice via Paypal. You don’t have to have a PayPal account. You can also pay by credit card or bank transfer.
My toys are mainly crocheted and stuffed with new polyester fiber. At times I might also use felt or fabric when needed.
I’m based in Canada but I ship worldwide! Email me today!
Almost done with my first draw-a-stuffie from my daughter’s drawing. A nicer photo of the finalized doll with trimmed hair will be posted soon. In the meantime, If you would like me to make a stuffie out of your child’s drawing, please feel free to email me a photo of the drawing. I will confirm if that’s doable and then provide you with a quote. Email is email@example.com.