Make your own super cute Mini Pixie doll with this free crochet pattern from Travelling Ava and Co.
I wanted to design a pair of stylish and easy to crochet fingerless mittens. This project is great for showcasing an extra special yarn or could be used as a stash buster project.
Meet Tony and he’s an Adventure Bear. What’s an Adventure Bear I hear you ask? A bear that has adventures of course. Free crochet pattern to make your very own Adventure Bear
Georgia is a self-confessed storyteller, dreamer and believer and this is reflected on the website she has created. I share this passion for storytelling and I was inspired by her story of Peter the Caterpillar
Meet Bumble the Stitchpunk Bee, he is a lot like a regular bee, he loves to fly around collecting pollen to take back to the hive, however, he is bigger than the average bee and he has tiny wings but magically he is still able to fly.
Meet Charlie, he is a cute little bear who loves cuddles. This pattern is made using DK yarn and a 3 mm hook and is written using UK crochet terminology.
Free crochet pattern Floyd is a frog from Mars. He is visiting Earth on a special mission to find out more about life on this plant, specifically what it is like to be an Earth frog.
Have fun trying different yarn and hook sizes combining different colours for interesting and exciting makes. I loved designing this little cutie, and although it doesn’t look much like a Unicorn I hope you agree that it is an adorable pocket-sized pal.
Square Bears come from a mysterious place called Thunder Cove. They love nature and are gentle creatures that love singing and eating delicious pies.
Garden Gonks are magical creatures. They use old fairy magic to travel around taking care of the all the flowers and the gardens. They can teleport with a blink of their large eye.