Pet House Pattern: Queen of the Castle House

New pattern alert!!! The pattern for the Queen of the Castle House is now available on the shop!!!

T-shirt yarn cat bed

She's the Queen of the house! She's the Queen of our hearts! So I guess it's only fitting that her home should be a castle!

Queen of the Castle cat cave

Because I want my Queen to be safe, in the moat lives a sea monster that captures all that adventure there uninvited! Also, the house has three windows so that she can spy on us from every side!

Amigurumi kraken 

Make sure to announce your visit or you'll end up like this unfortunate fellow!

Crochet bee guard

This cute little fella is Her Majesty's personal guard!

A little throwback to when Mini Me went to visit the Queen!

The PDF crochet pattern for the Queen of the Castle House has 127 pages with detailed step by step instructions with pictures in order to demonstrate assembly, any special techniques or other more complex parts. It includes instructions on how to make the house sturdy so it can hold its shape.

Amigurumi Pattern: Diddl

The pattern for Diddl is ready! =D

Diddl amigurumi pattern

I love how he came out! =)

He is so sweet and soft! The perfect snuggle buddy! ^^

White mouse stuffed toy

He is 44cm (17.32 inches) tall! 

The overalls have a front pocket and the front buttons can be undone.

Crochet mouse pattern

You can use chenille to be able to pose his tail!

Amigurumi hand

Can't resist showing off his little hand again! It's adorable! ^^

The pattern has 26 pages with detailed step by step instructions with pictures to demonstrate assembly or any special techniques! You can get the pattern below:

Diddl Amigurumi Pattern
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Amigurumi Pattern: Gardening with Crochet

One of my passions, besides crochet and amigurumi is gardening, and in that world I love orchids, succulents and cacti! My orchid collection, while very loved, is small, but my succulent and cacti collection reaches almost 200 specimens!!! So I really had no choice in the matter… this pattern had to be made! =D

Amigurumi cactus and succulents

These cacti are inspired in the Organ Pipe cactus (Pachycereus marginatus), the Pincushion cactus (Mammillaria), the Star cactus (Astrophytum asterias), the Prickly Pear cactus (Opuntia ficus-indica), the Spider cactus (Gymnocalycium horstii), and the Peanut cactus (Echinopsis chamacereus). 

Crochet pincushion cactus

They can be used as pincushions or as decoration! They add a fun detail to any part of your home! In your desk, in your kitchen's window sill, on your favorite shelf or among your real plants! =D

These guys don't need sunshine and don't need to be watered, they'll last forever! Perfect for those friends that keep loosing the plants you gift them! =)

Crochet prickly pear pattern

The pattern includes a tutorial on how to attach the cacti to a ceramic or plastic pot, giving the plant an even more realistic look! =)

This PDF pattern has 28 pages with detailed step by step instructions with pictures to demonstrate assembly or any special techniques.

Gardening with Crochet
7.00
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