This Week's Favorites

Hi all! I'm back!

Still not at 100% but getting there =) Well enough to pop on here and share some beauties!=)

Candy Apple Amigurumi by LeFay00

The only word I can think off when I look at this pony is: Cute! ^^

This super cute pony is the work of LeFay00 at Deviantart. Check out her Deviantart page for more cute projects!

How to Insert a Zipper and Lining into a Crochet Purse by Carrie WolfNeed to apply a zipper and lining on your crochet bag and don't know how? Check out Carrie Wolf's tutorial, it's detailed and full of pictures and easy to follow.

This Week's Favorites

Riley's Magic Elf

I know that Christmas season has passed, but I say it's never too late for super cute little Elfs!

Kimberly at Seriously Daisys made this cutie by altering the Ernie and Erline Elf design by Deb Richey at Crafty Deb. She even wrote down the changes she made on her Ravelry account!

Knitting Octopus by Max at Max's World

I love this knitting octopus! Sometimes when I'm working on too much projects at the same time I wish I had more arms to work on them all. =D

The Knitting Octopus is available at Max's World and at Max's World Ravelry page.

Loop and Nub Stitch

Check out the tutorial for this easy and fun way to use two colours in your amigurumi at Needle Noodles!

Have a fun weekend!

This Week's Favorites

 Owl Granny Square by Sarah at Repeat Crafter Me

The tutorial for these lovely granny squares is available at Repeat Crafter Me.

Crochet Puppy HatCrochet Puppy Hat by Sarah at Repeat Crafter Me

The pattern for this fun hat is available at Repeat Crafter Me.

Little Baby DragonLittle Baby Dragon by Pii Chii

The pattern for this cute baby dragon is available at

Have a great weekend!

Free Amigurumi Pattern: Rudolph Christmas Reindeer

Oh wow! This is my first holiday season since BuddyRumi began and I never thought things would get so crazy! I heard about it, I read about it, but living it is a totally different thing!

So as you might have guessed by my little vent above, I've been swamped in crochet this month! The hook is practically a sixth finger by now. So because of this extra busyness this month I'm going to relax a bit in terms of posting as regularly on the blog, but every time I've got some news I'll pop in and let you know! 

Today I bring you the pattern for Rudolph, the cutest reindeer ever!

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Hi guys! It's time to reveal my favorite Pins from the last weeks!

Favorite Piece

27-28-577B Merino Wool Blanket by Pierrot (Gosyo Co., Ltd)

I really like this blanket and its colors! It really feels warm and cozy! And the pattern is available at Ravelry!

Favorite Tutorial

Crochet Hemp Basket by Joanne.L

I really like to mix different materials in one piece, and Joanne over at Craft Passion did it beautifully with this basket! Check out the tutorial!

Favorite Amigurumi

Orange dragon and his baby by Olga Farberova

I don't know what to say about these guys other than what the picture already reveals, that they are really super cute and fun! I love them! Congrats Olga!

Happy crocheting! 


Hi everyone! Welcome to the first edition of Pinned, where I share my favorite pins of the last two weeks!

Favorite Crochet Stitch

Spike Cluster Stitch

I really like the spiked look of this stitch especially with contrasting colors like in the image above.

Favorite Technique

Photo © Synnøve Olava Gleditsch

Embellishing with slip stitches is a technique that I use many times with my buddies. It is simple to make but makes the difference.

The tutorial is in Norwegian but it has a lot of pictures and with help of the translater is easy to understand.

Favorite Amigurumi

Dracula knitting pattern by Fiona Goble

If I knew how to knit he would be in my project bag! Love him!

Tell me what you think about this new series!

Happy Crafting! 

On yarn measurements

When following one of my patterns, in the material section, you will see the yarn I used for that project. I don't give specific brands because they might not be available to you. I indicate the colour and also the yarn weight.

Yarn weight refers to its thickness. Using different types of yarn or hook can change the project significantly. Even though in amigurumi gauge isn't important (what's important is that you use a yarn, tension and hook that results in tight enough stitches that the stuffing doesn't show) I want you to achieve an end result that resembles mine (of course you can personalize it how ever you want).

So if a pattern asks for a medium weight or a light weight yarn, what does that mean? Do I mean aran, worsted, 8 ply, 9 ply... ? If you're not familiar with those terms or, like me, like simpler and more concrete measures keep reading!

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