Making Keychains

Little amigurumi creatures make such cute keychains or bag charms and are great gifts, appreciated by childrens and adults alike. In today's post I will share a couple of my favorite patterns, what materials I like to use and how I attach the clasp and keyring.

Making amigurumi animal keychains // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

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Crocheting into base chain

I have a very quick and easy trick to share with you today - crocheting into the loops or "bumps" on the back of a starting chain. Doing this will leave a nice even row of loops along the bottom edge.

Crochet Basics: Crocheting into a base chain// Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

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Free pattern: Tiny teddy bear

These little teddy bears were one of the very first toys I ever made, now over six years ago, and I still love them. So I thought I would share the pattern with all of you as well.

Free crochet pattern: Tiny teddy bear // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

I love making these little guys as keychains or bag charms, using very fine cotton yarn (I will write a blog post about it in a couple of weeks), but they also make really cute little gifts or stocking fillers.

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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays! // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

Another year is coming to an end and what a great one it was. Thank you so much for all your support, encouragement, feedback, and just generally being awesome human beings. I hope you are having a great time wherever you are and I'll see you again next year.

Lots of love,

Kristi Tullus

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Crochet Kits

I've gotten so many questions about where to buy yarn, safety eyes, joints and requests to help out and put together kits with all the materials needed, so anyone can recreate the toys I have made. So, here they are - kits for my most popular patterns.

Amigurumi crochet kits // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

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Donkey Pattern

I have a new pattern to share with you today! My little farm animals family is slowly growing, the latest addition being this sweet donkey.

Pattern: 4-way jointed donkey // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

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