Jan 1 has finished both her pixies and they look so cute. It’s the colours and the expressions on their faces which make them so cute. They are lovely and soft so they will be so cuddly for the children who receive them. The trick is not to overstuff the toys. Amigurumi can be completed relatively quickly and you can develop the shapes you want. It’s satisfying and to be able to make your own little personalities is something which gives you a sense of accomplishment.
The is a nice free pattern for a flower pixie on Happy Berry.
We all loved that llama!!
Cathy: 2 cakes of spun wool. One with merino plied with Polwarth dyed with onion skins in grey, tan, avocado dyed merino and mustard Polwarth and the other in pink , butterscotch cream and yellow. The pink was mohair and the yellow and cream merino and then plied with avocado dyed Border Leicester.
Jan 3: Big, gorgeous crocheted llama in mottled fawns with colourful accessories in blue and red. A pink mouse in a ballet dress.
Jan 1: Colourful hat in homespun wool in magenta and green. Two clown pixies in amigurumi crochet. One dressed in pink and one in blue.