amigurumi narwhal

The little things!

August 14, 2018

"It's the little things that makes life beautiful "
Like watching my girl grow a little everyday in front of my eyes, noticing her vocabularies expanding, attempting to dress on her own and surprisingly getting it right more often, her shenanigans getting a little more testing and my yelling gets way louder, there's a lot to learn something new everyday both for her and me.

Now that she goes to play school, i do get to some free time to indulge in crocheting and making amigurumis :) As many know by now, i like making teeny tiny things rather than large ones. This little whale turned out to be one such perfect project for me to try.

Wish i could make them in all pastel colors :)

I also got an order to make them in large quantity recently, so bear with me for overloading you with photos of  the these whales in different angles ;)

I have listed them in my Etsy shop if you like to buy one.
Which color do you like? i also turned some of them into Narwhals. I'm thinking of posting a free pattern for Narwhals. would you like a pattern for that? let me know if you are interested :)
Well, enough of the whale madness, i'll catch up with loads of Narwhals next time. Have a crafty day! Cheers:)

amigurumi molang

Instagram giveaway!

July 10, 2018

Hello Lovelies! Just a quick post to let you know that i'm having a small giveaway in my Instagram. I recently got 2K followers of instagram and thought a giveaway is the best way to celebrate the little milestone.

The winner will receive the above unicorn and a small rainbow amigurumi. The giveaway will close on 20th July. Kindly head over to my Instagram account to know more details.

I happened to receive this cute looking Molang as a giveaway gift from TheCrochetJar . Isn't he adorable??

I'm working on some orders at the moment and will soon share with you guys. Have a happy week ahead :)


Amigurumi Rainbow pattern

June 08, 2018

Hello friends! The scorching summer heat is finally over and we are now getting regular showers with occasional heavy rains. In addition to the cool and lovely weather, we also get to see Rainbows at times. Aren't they splendid to look at!
Rainbows reminds me of  happiness and positivity. I want to share the joy with you all so here's an amigurumi pattern on how to make a mini rainbow.

Materials needed:
  •  Acrylic yarn in violet, blue, green, yellow, pink and dark pink
  •  Crochet hook according to the size of your yarn
  •  6mm black beads for eyes
  •  Polyfiber stuffing
  •  Black embroidery thread
  •  Little piece of white felt for bow (optional)
This project is worked in continuous rounds unless stated otherwise

sc- single crochet
sl st - slip stitch
sc inc - 2sc in same stitch
dec - sc 2 together

With violet yarn, leave around 15 cm at the start and chain 12,  sl st to the first chain.
R1: sc in the same space and sc in each of the remainig 11 chain space (12sc)
switch color to blue yarn
R2: 2 sc in each stitch (24)
switch to green yarn
R3: *sc in next st, sc inc in next st*, rep **  (36)
switch to yellow yarn
R4: *sc in next 2 st, sc inc in next st* rep ** (48)
switch to light pink color
R5: *sc in next 3 st, sc inc in next st* rep ** (60)
switch to dark pink color
R6: *sc in next 4 st, sc in next st* rep** (72) leave a long tail for sewing

Note: While changing colors, in the last stitch before color change use the new color for final yarn over to complete the last sc.

  • Fold the round piece into half and whip stitch around the bottom half using the long tail of violet color yarn left at the beginning.
  • Whip stitch at top half with the dark pink yarn and stuff as you go.
  • Add in the round beads for eyes.
  • Make a bow out of white felt and sew them to the top of the rainbow.
  • Embroider a mouth using black thread.

Turn them into brooch or into hairclips. I'm sure the little girls will love to wear them.

Make them for your loved ones and spread the happiness all around you :)

amigurumi octopus


April 14, 2018

Hello friends! Wishing you all a very happy Tamil New year. Today marks the start of Chittirai, the first month of Tamil calendar year. This is one of the auspicious day in South India.
Meanwhile. i had the opportunity to make these colorful octopus babies for an order. Really liked how the project worked up so quickly:) 

These octo babies are made using Berrysprite's  Amigurumi Takochu pattern with some slight modifications.
I have worked 8 Popcorn stitch in circle for the tentacles.

For bow:

In magic ring,  ch2, dc, tr,dc, ch 2, sl st and again ch2,dc,tr,dc, ch2, sl st and close the ring.
Group photo. Cheers :)
Seems like i've lost my creative mojo lately. I do find lots of inspirations but it's more of lack of motivation to do on my part. Hope this feeling goes away soon as i really love making amis. Have you ever lost your creative mojo? If so how did you get it back?
May you all be filled with happiness, prosperity and abundant blessings this Tamil new year!! Have a fantastic day :)