First we have: Brain Slug
|Pattern on Hooks and Needles|
This guy is my favorite! I have been watching Futurama from the beginning and it's still one of my favorite shows. The marine and I quote it on a daily basis "for no raisin"! (10 points to you if you know what I'm talking about!)
Next up: Cthulhu
|Pattern on Instructables|
Same goes for this little panda ball that I gave to another friend before I moved to NC for the first time, for possibly no reason.
|Pattern on Lion Brand|
Or maybe because it was her birthday... hmm
Either way, cute!
Then there's this penguin that I had promised to my friend (who loves penguins) for years and finally gave to her:
...Without taking a picture myself! Can you believe that? That almost never happens. You might not be able to tell but he is full of adorableness. Except that the fun fur yarn from Lion Brand is a PAIN IN MY ASS. I love him because he's so cute, but have bad memories of NOT KNOWING WHERE MY STITCHES WERE. Crocheters, you know what I'm talking about.
But for some reason I decided to take it up again and used the leftovers to make this furry rock!
I mean Tribble!
You can read about her here.
No accounts of multiplying... yet. Life form is possibly deceased.
I know it might not seem like that many, but amigurumis are little feats of engineering that I'm still astonished I was able to create with just a hook and yarn. It boggles my mind.
I've done the searching for you, enjoy.
This guy I sewed by hand out of craft felt and made up the pattern entirely out of my own head. I was really proud! Too bad he died a horrible death at the hands of my friend's cat :P haha.
R.I.P. stuffed Lolrus, you will be missed.
Have you ever tried your hand at making a stuffed animal/toy? (Crochet or not.) Let me know how it turned out!
Thanks for reading ♥