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Friday, January 15, 2010

Amigurumi Elmo and More Free Pattern Links!

Hi everyone! I'm still plugging away on my crochet-a-long squares, as well as my little amigurumi doll, which is very close to being finished and ready to share with all of you - yay! During my blog hopping today I came across some really adorable and free amigurumi and crochet patterns that I couldn't wait to share with you.

Cosmo and Wanda dolls from the kids television show, "Fairly Odd Parents".
April Draven always has some of the most amazing crochet designs and these dolls are no exception! These are absolutely just too cute. Grab the pattern here, and be sure to check out her website while you're there! She is so talented!

This little amigurumi monkey captured my heart. I think his face is so sweet! Get the pattern here.

I have a thing for crocheted baskets. I just love them. I found the free pattern for these on the Design Sponge Website. I really like these colors, and the color could be coordinated to whatever room you will use them in. They're so perfect for small odds and ends! The pattern for these baskets is here.

If you've been reading my blog for any length of time, you know I'm "hooked" on crochet dolls. In fact, they are my very favorite crochet projects. This doll is Abby from the TV show "NCIS", and it's an amazing likeness to her! She was designed by the very talented Maggie Vassie over at A Crochet Ninja.

"Link" from Zelda doll. Another fantastic design by Maggie Vassie. Get the free pattern and check out her blog here.

Look at this adorable Amigurumi Elmo Doll, also by Maggie Vassie at A Crochet Ninja. This is great!

This purse is so pretty and unique. If I start now I could finish it before Spring when the real roses start blooming! Want one? Grab the pattern here.

I love crocheted book covers, they seem to make reading even more enjoyable than it already is! You can get the pattern here.

Be sure to visit the blogs of these very talented designers, you'll be glad you did.

Ok, time for me to get busy and finish my little doll. Thanks for visiting as always, and

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  1. OMG! All the patterns that you've shared are just amazing. I will check them out and thank you so much for sharing them with us.

  2. Howdy,
    Thanks for including my pattern on your blog - with a cover you can always spot it. i.e memory aid :-)

  3. I really loved this post, wow it is full of goodies, I love the elmo pattern and i hope to try and make that soon, thanks so much for sharing, have a good day!

  4. Hi Sonya!!! I am a new follower, your crochet dolls are wonderful...I like them!!!!
    Your blog is really amazing!!Congratulations!!!

  5. Hello Sonya!
    I'm a fan of your blog. I always pass by here!
    The amigurumis are so cute!
    kisses from Brazil

  6. wow you are loaded with great links today.

  7. Hi Sonya! LOVE the little monkey!.. And the purse would be SO-ooo CUTE for Valentines Day! I love Elmo too, but am wondering if I can alter him enough to make him look like "Kermie" (the frog) instead?? Hmmm... Anyways, thanks for stopping by, and leaving the nice comments that you do! I just put your button on my right side bar! Have a great weekend! ~tina

  8. Through your blog I found the directions to make a scarecrow amigurumi.
    Thanks for the tip!
    Pay a visit to my blog and see how it was!

  9. Hi!
    Your blog is very nice.
    Sônia Maria

  10. Hi there, thanks for linking my patterns, what a wonderful blog you have, love the crochet book cover xxx

  11. thank you for book covers
    its great


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