Super Cute Ice Cream

 

 

This may be the last sweet treat for now while I find and think of more treats to add to this line!

  • Pattern by Jennifer Santos at Super Cute Design
  • Yarn: Caron Perfect Match in Tan: Red Heart Super Saver in Turqua, Baby Pink, Cherry Red, Spring Green, and Monet
  • Hook: 4.0 mm Soft Touch crochet hook from Clover USA
  • Other Materials: 15 mm plastic safety eyes from Glass Eyes Online, polyester fiber filling from Fairfield
  • Order yours here
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Super Cute Milkshake

Another addition to the Super Cute Foods Line! This time it’s a strawberry milkshake!

strawberry milkshake

 

  • Pattern by Jennifer Santos at Super Cute Design
  • Yarn: Red Heart With Love in White and Black: Red Heart Super Saver in Cherry Red, Spring Green, Perfect Pink, and Baby Pink
  • Hook: 4.0 mm Soft Touch crochet hook from Clover USA
  • Other Materials: 15 mm plastic safety eyes from Glass Eyes Online, polyester fiber filling from Fairfield
  • Order yours here

Happy National Grape Popsicle Day

It’s National Grape Popsicle Day! That’s all I know about that. So here’s a cute little grape-flavored popsicle to go with the other sweet treats I’ve been working on.

grape popsicle

  • Pattern by Jennifer Santos at Super Cute Design
  • Yarn: Caron Perfect Match in Lilac and Tan: Red Heart Super Saver in Monet, Amethyst, and Lavender.
  • Hook: 4.0 mm Soft Touch crochet hook from Clover USA
  • Other Materials: 15 mm plastic safety eyes from Glass Eyes Online, polyester fiber filling from Fairfield
  • Order yours here

Super Cute Cupcake

I recently purchased a bunch of patterns by Jennifer Santos at Super Cute Designs.

My first finished project from her patterns is this cute cupcake! It came out as big as a muffin, and oh so delicious!!

These patterns don’t use up too much yarn. So it’s easy to just take any random color of scrap yarn, and you’ll end up with a quirky cute creation!

Jennifer’s patterns (that I’ve purchased so far) are very easy to understand and includes great photos to help you. Photos are placed away from the main instructions, in case you don’t need to print the photos and want to save ink. This cupcake pattern also includes instructions for a cute little strawberry.

Super Cute Cupcake!

Super Cute Cupcake!

  • Approximately 4.5 inches tall (excluding candle)
  • Yarn shown: Caron Perfect Match; Red Heart Classic in Orange: Red Heart Super Saver in Baby Pink, White, Cherry Red and Turqua; and some mystery yarn from the thrift store.
  • Hook: 4.00mm and 3.75mm Soft Touch crochet hook from Clover USA
  • Other materials: polyester fiber filling; plastic safety eyes
  • Order yours here.

Dumpling Kitty

Here’s a quick cutie! I should probably make her some friends. My daughter already named her Itchy.

Dumpling Kitty

Dumpling Kitty

  • Pattern from: Sarah Sloyer at Critterbeans
  • Yarn: Red Heart Classic in Grey and Red Heart Super Saver in Charcoal
  • Hook: 4mm Clover Soft Touch crochet hook from Clover USA
  • Other Materials: Polyester fiber filling from Fairfield, 10mm plastic safety eyes from Glass Eyes Online
  • Order one here.

Nanook the Husky

Here’s another cutie that made a recent comeback on my workstation. It’s also been a while since his picture was last taken, so we did another photo shoot for him! Just adorable!

Nanook the Husky

Nanook the Husky

Nanook the Husky

Nanook the Husky

  • Pattern: Nanook the Husky from Auroragurumi
  • Order yours here
  • Yarn: Red Heart With Love in White and Pewter
  • Hook: 4.0mm Furls Odyssey crochet hook from Furls Crochet
  • Other materials: 15 mm plastic safety eyes from Glass Eyes Online;  Polyester fiber filling from Fairfield

Yoda Prop Set

I just wanted to quickly share a recent order, a photography prop set. This worked up faster than I thought it would. Well, it is for a newborn!

Yoda Photography Prop

Yoda Photography Prop

Yoda Photography Prop

  • Pattern from BeeMineCrochet
  • Order a set here.
  • Yarn: Vanna’s Choice in Dusty Green; Red Heart With Love in Tan; Loops & Threads Impeccable in Grass
  • Hook: 5.0 Furls Odyssey crochet hook

Slouchy Beehive Hat

The shop has been quite busy lately, but I finally managed to get photos of something I made before orders came in.

Gray Knit Beanie

I felt like getting my needles out and knit, and use up some yarn my sister found at a thrift store. I started off using circular knitting needles since I don’t need to worry about falling stitches or losing needles. But once I got about halfway through, I switched over to double pointed needles (dpn’s). Luckily, the set I had was long enough! This is especially easier once the decreases started.

Gray Knit Beanie

My personal queue is still (and probably always will be, right crafters!?) quite lengthy. So you just never know what I’ll be posting next!

Gray Knit Beanie

  • Yarn: sorry, the label is in Japanese, but it feels like a silk blend
  • Needles: 5.0 mm and 5.5 mm double pointed knitting needles from Clover USA; circular knitting needles from Knitter’s Pride
  • Pattern: Flower Pot Designs

Adventures in Lalylala Land: Part 5

Here’s another addition to my Lalaylala creations. Lupo the Lamb!

Lupo the Lamb Lalyala

This one uses a bobble stitch to create the lamb texture. It is also crocheted legs first, then body, and straight up to the top of the head. Which is not for me, so I think I’ll change that next time. I may just use a head from a different Lalylala and attach the head to the body by sewing. This way is easier for me to create a more stable neck.

Lupo the Lamb Lalyala

At this point, there’s nothing much else to say about these dolls anymore. They’re just so darn cute, how can you not share more photos?

Lupo the Lamb Lalyala

Moogly’s Leaping Stripes Line

Tamara Kelly from Moogly recently released a new item in her Leaping Stripes design, the Mersmerizing Mini Bag!

Mine came out to a cute size of 8×11 inches. Small enough to put valuables in for trips to the beach, or as a dress-up accessory for your little cutie!

Mesmerizing Mini Bag

The pattern is very easy to understand, as always. Once you get the hang of this stitch, you can easily get into a rhythm and finish up this project quickly. This stitch can also be made as a throw/blanket, a larger bag, and even a hat. All of these can be found in the Mooglyblog website.

Want one but don’t crochet? This bag is available my shop for ordering and customization!