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  1. Here is my little Easter lamb, which in fact is Crochet Sheep Drawstring Bag. I used this pattern by Repeat Crafter Me: http://www.repeatcrafterme.com/2016/04/crochet-sheep-drawstring-bag.html It was a quick-to-make gift for my aunt.
  2. I love making amigurumi babies, they are so special and cuddly. Here are a few I've made.
  3. Hi Everyone! I'd like to share Sheeper's with you. When I made Woolly, people fell in love with her right away, but she was so obviously a girl, that I decided then, to make a male version of her, but did not have the time till now. Sheepers is different though, he's kind of her little brother, because I made him in a smaller scale, ideal for those of you who love little Amis, and even more comfortable for little baby and toddler arms to hold. Here is where you will find the free pattern to make him: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2013/06/sheeppers-funmigurumi-lamb-rattle.html#.Ubec3-dJ5r0 Enjoy! Clotilde
  4. Hi Everyone! I'd like to share a free pattern with those of you who are lovers of Funmigurumi and with those who are looking for a sweet little lamb pattern. This toy would be an ideal gift for a baby shower, especially if you pair it with a cute blanket or a precious garment for a baby. It would also be a great gift for any child. Despite her name, Woolly is a girl, but if you want her to be a boy, you only have to change her pink areas to light blue and you're set! Here is where you will find the free pattern: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2013/04/woolly-funmigurumi-lamb.html#.UWDoMKJJ6mA Enjoy! Clotilde
  5. http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2012/03/crochet-lamb-hat.html Fun and fluffy lamb hat!
  6. I made this Lamby Hat for my friend and her newborn. I made it out of Bamboo and Corn Silk Yarn, needless to say it is very, very, soft. I made it in the size for a 3-6 month old and tried it on my niece. This was my first attempt at the design that I imagined in my head. I'll probably make another one for my niece and make it slightly different.
  7. I used Tamie Snow's lamb pattern from her book, Tiny Yarn Animals. I am thrilled with how the lamb turned out; since I didn't have poly-fil beads on hand to stuff the body, I used large pony beads for most of it with a bit of poly-fil at the top. The result: an amazingly stable amigurumi. I'll be making one for the daughter of a friend from high school once I get the other 23 amigurumi finished for this project. Here is a link to the crochet adventure that resulted in Evelyn.
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