You can find the pattern for the owls here. It’s in German, but with a little crochet experience it should be no problem if you don’t speak German.
I really love this pattern. It works up relatively fast for an amigurumi pattern and you can go wild with the colors and make every owl a very unique one.
As you can see I experimented with the eyes. I must say for me it works best to make the first round of the eyes in black and the second in white/yellow. I’m not very good at embroidering …
I made a matching diaper cover for the hat. Alisha from Knitty Gritty Crochet let me test her pattern, big thanks for that! 🙂 I’m very pleased with how it came out and the pattern was very easy follow and fast done.
By midnight I finished this baby cap, I hope it fits the baby it is for. The lighter green is (like shown) acid green. This was the first time again since I was a child that I made a bobble. I’m happy with how this came out, I’m just a bit worried about the size.
You can find the pattern here. Also there are lots of videos and tutorials on how to make a bobble.
Sometimes crochet can feel like you have to study for it. 😉 But as I found where to start in the chart it was pretty easy by then. Link to the pattern is here.
Think I’ll keep it for a baby greeting card or something.
I have been asked to crochet 5 lady bug appliques for a soon to be sewed baby blanket. They should have two sizes and here they are. I’ll write a pattern for those later.
I imagine them as nice addition for a birthday gift or on a greeting card.
Recently I found this vintage pattern. I think both of the caps I made came out gorgeous.
I used vintage ribbon to complete the look.
I completed some more pairs of these cute baby shoes for a market on Saturday where I’m having a stand. I’m still working on a little dress, but for the rest I’m pretty much ready.