Hello hello! So, I haven’t been around for a while. We moved house a while ago, and life has been rather busy since then, so there hasn’t been all that much time for crocheting. As a result, I have decided to stop posting on this blog and instead move on to just posting on my main blog: The Dragon Writer. The old patterns and posts will stay here, but I won’t be posting any new content on this site. So yeah. If you want to, you can go and follow that blog instead. Bye! 🙂
This week was considerably more productive than the last, with two completed projects and two unfinished ones.
First up we have a hot dog and fries I made for my little sisters restaurant. So far she only has fast food, but I’m hoping to make her some cupcakes soon.
Then we have Cookie the Hamster, who I made for a test I did for Picklesthehamster from http://picklesthehamstercrafts.wordpress.com/ a very sweet little hamster, nice and easy to make, and only took a couple of hours! 😀 My one is sleeping due to my lack of safety eyes, speaking of which, I finally ordered some safety eyes! Yay!
Sorry this is a little late, I’ve been very busy at an Easter camp making sets for the Wind in the Willows by Busy Buttons. Anyway, here is a selection of bunnies I’ve made in the past.
First we have a pink heatfelt bunny which I made for my Grandma as part of the Ravellinic Games 2014. There is of course a possibility of it’s having won a medal, but as I said, I think it’s more likely that the Little Red Riding mouse set was the winner.
Then we have a lavender ballerina bunny I made for my youngest sister. Her hobbies are ballet dancing (obviously), and eating carrots.
Then we have a cream and brown funny bunny for my other sister, he’s living very happily on a shelf with an amigurumi teddy bear named Betty.
Then Finally, we have the Spring bunny I made last week. It now belongs to one of the neighbour’s baby Suzanna. (Yes, my neighbours have a tendency to have babies, there is pretty much never a time when there isn’t a baby nearby.)
I have made other bunnies, including a grey one I made for a friend, but they weren’t available for photos.
My sisters school held a jumble sale this Saturday to raise some money for the school, and they asked me to crochet some toys for them. Here’s what I made:
Cedric (later renamed Clarence) the crab and Melissa the misunderstood monster were sold for £5.00 each,
As did Alan the lion and Bobby the holiday penguin.
The largest owl also sold for five pounds, and the little keyring owls sold for £2.00 each.
Finally, the turtles were sold for £1.50 each except one, who was sold at a massive reduction for only 10p.
Altogether, the toys earned nearly £40.00!