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  1. I have been gone for quite a while, and Im finally back! I figured I would share some of what I have made in the last year! Here I have pictures of a bunny, small kittens, a mallard duck, two dogs, a little flamingo, as well as the giraffe I finished earlier today! I have made many many more things in the last year, but I think these are my most notable!
  2. CindysSweetThings

    Tiny Snowflakes (2in)

    Here are 4 tiny snowflakes I created, NOT made with thread! I used white baby yarn and an E crochet hook. They measure 1.75-2 inches from corner to corner. Starting with the snowflake on the top left and working right: A: 1. Ch 4, sl st to first ch. 2. Ch 1, 6 sc in ring, sl st in 1st sc 3. *Ch 5, sl st in 2nd & 3rd cos from hook, (ch 2, sl st in 2nd & 3rd chs from hook) x2, sl st in 2nd ch of ch 5, sl st in next sc* x6. End off. B: 1. Ch 4, sl st to 1st ch. 2. *Ch 5, sl st in ch 4 ring* x6 3. sl st in 1st ch 5 space, *ch 4, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, ch 2, sl st in next ch 5 sp* x6. End off. C: 1. Ch 4, sl st to 1st ch. 2. Ch 1, 6 sc in ring, sl st in 1st sc. 3. *Ch 4, sl st in 2nd, 3rd, & 4th cos from hook, sl st in same sc, ch 2, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next sc* x6. End off. D: 1. Ch 4, sl st to 1st ch. 2. *Ch 5, sl st in 2nd & 3rd cos from hook, (ch 2, sl st in 2nd & 3rd chs from hook) x2, sl st in 2nd & 1st chs of ch 5, sl st in ch 4 ring* x6. End off. I hope you enjoy these cute little flakes! Let me know if I made any mistakes or if anything isn't clear enough.
  3. Megan Cullen

    Cute Sleepy Bedbug Pattern :)

    Hi all! Yesterday I decided to offer one of my patterns for free. It is for a cute sleepy bedbug. He is worked all in one piece, except for his nightcap. He's pretty easy, and only 3-5 inches long depending on what yarn/hook you use. Works up quick, so he's a great last minute gift. http://mossmountain.blogspot.com/2016/02/a-bug-for-bug.html
  4. Have a look at this cute little guy. https://www.etsy.com/listing/279859224/teeny-tiny-dinosaur-crochet-pattern?ref=shop_home_active_1
  5. Megan Cullen

    The Bunnies Are Multiplying! :)

    Here are some of my bunnies from my pattern. I had to make some for an order, so I thought I would do a new photo shoot. The photos I had in my shop were pretty old and kinda grainy. I'm really happy with how these ones turned out. I hope you enjoy them.
  6. Megan Cullen

    Mini Easter Bunny Pattern

    Here is a pattern for my mini bunny, which measures around 3 inches high if you use DK or LIGHT worsted yarn. https://www.etsy.com/listing/223788579/wee-bunny-pattern-crochet-pdf-instant?ref=shop_home_active_2 He makes a great Easter bunny. He is worked all in one piece aside from his ears. I really like creating patterns that require little to new sewing because I am pretty lazy with the sewing part!
  7. Meet my Christmas Elves and Mrs. Santa Claus Tiny 5" dolls. I made up all the clothes patterns, if was actually really fun to come up with them. I am kind of obsessed with these tiny dolls, they are so adorable. aren't they cute?
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