Little Giraffe

I am seriously blown away by her stuff all the time!


Source: Little Giraffe


Reblogging – Felt Eyes (Chibi Dolls)

This lady is super talented. I struggle with the felt type eyes, so I don’t often put any of that in my posts patterns, or tutorials. But hers are SUPER cute! Check out how she does it!


My previous post was about a Chibi doll I made that required large manga eyes. It was my first time trying that style, and since I had to figure out how to make them I thought it would be nice to share a tutorial to show you how I did it. It turned out to be very simple! Beforeย [โ€ฆ]

via How to make eyes with felt โ€” Miss Dolkapots Krafties


Princess Anna

A couple of weeks ago, I posted about my daughter working on a princess Anna doll for her foster cousin. 

It was a free pattern, but I am not going to link to it. It was a very, very poorly written pattern that I kept having to adjust and fix as I went along. And I didn’t write down my adjustments, as I was far too frustrated to do that. So, I don’t really want to embarrass the pattern writer by linking here, though I did contact them privately to let them know the pattern was messed up and they should go back through it and try to work up a doll using it.

Anyway, kiddo did get the doll done in time for the birthday party, barely. She’s so proud, and I am thrilled to see her so happy about her work! So, here she is! Her cousin loved it. ๐Ÿ™‚


Mouse crochet pattern โ€” Miss Dolkapots Krafties

I am reblogging this to save and share this SUPER cute pattern! I don’t have time right now, but I am so psyched to make like a billion of these!


Itโ€™s been a while since I blogged any patterns, so I thought I would post a tutorial today to make a cute little mouse. It is a very small little thing, about 4 inch tall, crocheted with a 2.75mm hook. I like to use small hooks to make stitches tighter. You can use a larger size hook if youย [โ€ฆ]

via Mouse crochet pattern โ€” Miss Dolkapots Krafties


Fat Cat – Free Crochet Pattern

This is easily one of the easiest, quickest, most fun patterns I have worked on in a long time. I really enjoy making these fat cats, and there is a plethora of them now in my amigurumi army.

This pattern is very well written, simple to follow, and even includes pictures and diagrams to help you through the slightly more difficult parts. (There is only one part that isn’t super easy, which is connecting the ears.)

The actual pattern is written to include a strip on the cat, so you will need to be able to color changes. I prefer a single color cat, as I am boring like that. But I do adore them.

When I first made them, I gave them different colored tails and feet from the main body. I ended up not liking it very much, but I kept the photo because my awesome friend photoshopped a face onto it for me, when I was debating how on earth I was going to give this thing a unique and adorable face.


These are my finished guys with their faces. I think I came pretty close, considering my embroidery skills are horrendous and it has been a constant learning process.


These cats are a MUST for any crocheter who adores cats or knows someone who does. And if you don’t crochet, don’t worry, I can totally make them in a million colors for you!