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Butterball is a fun loving puppy. He loves sausages and orange juice, and enjoys brisk strolls in the park.

Baby Elephant

I finally completed this baby elephant (courtesy of Mr Funky's Super Crochet Wonderful) over the span of a few months. I couldn't think of a good name for him, so I simply called him Baby E, and it stuck for good.

Baby E wishes to trumpet like the growed up elephants someday. He's still learning but it's tough without a mama elephant. Maybe I'll make him one...

Baby Lamb #2

I made another baby lamb as a gift, but somehow it didn't quite turn out as good as the first one. Probably the result of hurried crocheting during my lunch breaks.

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Blue Birdie

Yes, I know I've been slacking on the amigurumi front, but the good news is that I'm back (well, sorta)! This is my first ami in a really loooong time, and I'm glad to say my skillz haven't turned rusty. There's no name for this birdie yet, cos I may give it away. I got the pattern for this birdie from here.

Ice-cream cone

I made this ice-cream cone by combining the patterns for Happy Poo and the tail portion from Daisy the dragon, ha ha.

Meep the Baby Lamb

Meep is a baby lamb, made from the pattern on Craftster. He's a shy little fellow, has a sweet tooth and is partial to kung-fu movies.


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This is Peanut, and I think he's a ninja. He was inspired from the creature on The Small Object. He's best friends with Tommy, who couldn't wait to play with him while I was making Peanut.

And here's the pattern for Peanut:

White, dark blue & black yarn
2.5 mm hook
Beads for eyes
Yarn needle

1) With dark blue yarn, ch 2 and 6 sc in 2nd ch.
2) (sc inc) x 6 = 12
3) (sc inc, 1 sc) x 6 = 18
4) (sc inc, 2 sc) x 6 = 24
5 - 12: sc even
13 - 15) Change colour to white. sc even.
16) (sc dec, 2 sc) x 6 = 18
17) (sc dec, 1 sc) x 6 = 12
18) (sc dec) x 6 = 6.
Fasten off, leaving long tail to close and weave in ends.

1) With white yarn, 7 ch, skip 1 ch and 6 sc. sc inc in 6th last ch. Turn work 90 degrees clockwise and work 6 sc. sc inc in last ch.
2) 6 sc, (sc inc) x 2, 6 sc, (sc inc) x 2. Slip stitch and FO, leaving long tail for sewing to head.
Sew on beads for eyes, and use black yarn to sew on nose and mouth.
Sew face onto head.

Arms/Legs (x4):
1) With white yarn, 3 ch, skip 1 ch and 2 sc. FO and leave long tail for sewing to body.

Ta Da!


This is Tommy, made from another free pattern from Crochetville. I tried adding a mouth for him but it didn't turn out right so I nixed the idea. Tommy took a shine to Hippy immediately as both are similar in posture.

♥ Wally & Chip ♥

Best Friends Forever!

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Daisy the Dragon

I got the pattern for this lil dragon from Crochetville. I completed Daisy in a few hours yesterday, and she has become fast friends with Nacho. Daisy aspires to be a full-size fire-breathing dragon someday.

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