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Crochet Easter Bunny

The first amigurumi that I did when I arrived in the UK was this adorable bunny. I was able to get big balls of white yarn from a charity shop that I just had to look for a bunny pattern. Good thing I found one from AmigurumiToGo. They have a lot of free amigurumi patterns that you don’t want to miss. Plus, it’s especially good for beginners because some crochet animal patterns follow the same patterns for the body. That means if you can make one, then you should be able to make the other amigurumi animals.

I really enjoyed making my first big toy because this was my first time using worsted-weight yarn. I had been used to working with yarn thread back in the Philippines because they were just more commonly sold. If you want to make this for Easter, click here for the pattern.

Crochet Frog Keychain

For this, I was able to buy DIY keychains from a supermarket. The materials were there plus the pattern. However, the pattern wasn’t really working for me so I had to make my own. I think this was the first time that I had to change almost all of the pattern. The pattern was poorly written and just wouldn’t turn out cute or as the way it would be in the cover.

Fluffy Crochet Baby Bunny

I found this pattern while joining a crochet group on Facebook. I was just struck by how cute the baby rabbit was in the picture. Plus it’s for free, so why not.

I learned some new things from this crochet pattern. As you can see from the picture, the hands and feet are not the usual tube shape. I had to redo my work a few times. Since I wasnt good at that time with identifying the stitches, every time I lost count, then it’d become a disaster. LOL.

The starting rows are also not made by doing the magic ring so I learned how to crochet both sides of a chain.

I recommend this pattern for beginners who are ready to take their skill to a new level. 

I crocheted a skirt for the girl frog and glued a silk ribbon on the boy frog. Adding these tiny details just brings out the playfulness in these fluffy frogs. As for the pattern, I did not write it down so I’m afraid I cannot share it with you guys.

I did however made my very first pattern from trying to recreate these guys. Check out my frog turned koala crochet pattern. It’s free and if you tweak it a little, you can make other cute crochet animals.

Here’s a preview of my very own Koala Amigurumi.


 Crochet Unicorn




This cute unicorn I found in Etsy. I was looking for a stuffed toy to crochet for my niece’s security blanket. I was originally thinking of a bunny but bunnies are just overrated so I just used unicorn instead. The eyes are crocheted because I was thinking of selling this to eBay and I want it to be child-friendly as possible so I did not want to use safety eyes. Safety eyes are still small, ergo the possibility of choking. It’s better to be safe than sorry.


Crochet Teddy Bear




I got this one for my husband, who was my boyfriend back then in 2015. I used yarn thread to make this one so it’s just 4-inches tall. It was the first time I did amigurumi again for a long time so I had a hard time making this crochet bear. It was like reorienting myself with crochet again. I remembered I keep doing the body parts again and again. And I wanted to make it as perfect as possible because, well, he’s my most special someone. I do not have a choice anyway since I cannot give him something else since I do not have any money.

As for the pattern, I do not remember where I got it. It’s been a long time.

Crochet Rainbow Cat

Since I cannot give the doll I crocheted to my daughter, I decided to make her a cat stuff toy. I really wanted to give her something like a security toy, a toy she can hug when she goes to sleep at night.

It’s just a simple fun design. It’s so easy to make that no matter what she’ll do with it, it’ll be okay since I know I can fix it.

I found this pattern on Pinterest. Click here if you also want one for your own.

Crochet Doll with the Owl’s Blessing

I made this doll for my daughter. I was pregnant when I was making it. By the time the doll was finished, I realized I cannot give the doll to her even when she’s a year old or two considering how much time I spent making the doll’s hair. I used buttons for the eyes too so there’s some choking hazard. She’s 7 month’s old now. Speaking of hair, I can’t wait to use the synthetic hair instead of just using yarn. I want the doll to look more real so I think using the synthetic hair and embroidering the eyes would definitely level up the doll’s appearance.

Click here from where I bought the pattern. If you will ever purchase the pattern, just a heads up, I sewed the dress differently because the dress was too short if you will just follow the pattern.

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