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  1. Few days ago I was gifted with patterns for clip bookmarks by fantastic FGM. Before I tried the first pattern for fox bookmark (today ) I felt INSPIRED and made my own octopus clip bookmarks. That is great in gifts - they are more than just gifts. I am happy because I got something special AND the same moment I get something more that inspires me and makes me create, For the octopi I used huge clips but they will do with smaller ones too. Octopi are quite quick to make, easy - and don't need starching
  2. Apak

    Big and small octopus

    Octopi are definitely my summer project this year… But the babies in hospitals need them, so I just keep making them My favourite are in rainbow colours. There are many people around who don't crochet, but they donate cotton for octopuses. I made small octopuses for them as gifts - they are key rings. And here is really big team made by my aunt and me.
  3. Apak

    Octopi

    I keep on making octopi for premiee in hospitals - it's addciting And one for older girl
  4. Here are my first two octopuses. I made them for a charity action - "Octopuses for premature babies". They are given to the hospital, then sterilized and put into prematures' incubators. They are the only toys permitted. The octopus' tentacles remind umbilicar cord. The babies hold and squeeze it and play with it. So the octopus prevent pulling the tubes. The octopus has to be done with cotton and have specific size. I enjoyed making those two and I'm sure I'll make more. Here you can read about the action and find the pattern for octopuses: http://mynomadhome.com/octopus-for-a-preemie-osmiorniczka-dla-wczesniaka/ And here is the link to Danish site - the idea comes from Denmark: https://www.spruttegruppen.dk/danish-octo-project-english/
  5. For a limited time... free pattern download available from 'makemiasamich stitchery' www.craftsy.com/user/pattern/store/977203
  6. For a limited time... free pattern download available from 'makemiasamich stitchery' www.craftsy.com/user/pattern/store/977203
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