I found out I hadn’t posted these little critters here yet. Maybe it’s because they are kind of tiny and weird. I made them all in same sort of acrylic yarn for quite some time ago now. The yarn feels some different kind of soft maybe a bit like microfiber. I also used different kinds of wiggly eyes. This was the time when I didn’t even have any safety eyes as I have seen none in the local shops.
The blue one is some sort of elephant, the green one is a frog with a creepy smile and the peach one is perhaps a mischevous pig-girl. As you can see I attached the chains on all of them so you could hang them on keys etc. There really is nothing much I can say about them. That might also have been the reason for not posting sooner. These creatures just are and there really is nothing more about that.
Do you like them? Should I make more of them tiny weirdos?
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Here is a rabbit I made the other night. Actually it took almost a whole day before that.
Made it with my new 100% Egyptian Cotton yarn and used a 2mm crochet hook. It is a little more painful for the fingers to use finer yarn as the fabric has to be quite firm but it is always worth the effort. In the end it feels and looks just great.
I included a flower I had done earlier that didn’t fit where it was first supposed to go. She looks rather adorable with it.
I also just measured her 7cm from bottom to the top of the head as she really can’t stand up and has to sit all the time. She is rather comfortable in that as the feet and tail really support each other well.
I really do enjoy making them and it always makes me happy to see a nicely finished product! Wouldn’t you like to create your own?
This tiny fellow is only about 5cm tall. I really like small amigurumi and this happened to be the evening I decided I want to make and finish something. Only just I had also bought the creme brown-speckled yarn.
He was supposed to be a chihuahua (by Cute Amigurumi) but mine doesn’t look like one in my opinion. Not that I’m complaining, I like that he just looks like a puppy. In my opinion a grown dog should be at least about 0.5m high (to its back).
It appeared he too liked to sit in the snow. Although I still made a few shots in the mini studio and in a small box with gnomes(?) printed inside.
He too is 100% of acrylic. I even decided to cut out the super-tiny parts from felt for the eyes as the wiggly ones didn’t suit at all! I also like how his little tongue sticks out on the top picture. Currently he has a home in the exact same box as in the middle there with some other amigurumi friends of his.