Unicorn pattern

Today I have a little bit of magic to share with you.

Amigurumi unicorn pattern

You can get the pattern on ETSY, RAVELRY or KRISTITULLUS.COM.

Free pattern: Small alien

Free crochet pattern: Small long-legged bunny // Kristi Tullus (sidrun.spire.ee)

These little aliens make great keychains, bag charms or pocket pals. They are not difficult to crochet, but do include very small details that take quite a bit of patience to make.


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Fee pattern: Rattle Monsters

These small monsters are crocheted around a rattle made of a plastic egg from a Kinder Surprise chocolate egg filled with small glass beads. But you can always use fiberfill to stuff the body. Long antennae are perfect for grabbing with small hands.


Free pattern: Crocheted rattle // Kristi Tullus (sidrun.spire.ee)


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Grab a ball of green yarn and make yourself, your kid or a geeky sci-fi fan friend some cute visitors from outer space! The pattern is really easy, so you can whip up a whole army in no time.

SIZE: 19 cm (7 1/2") from head to toe, 23 cm (9") with antennae (using worsted weight cotton yarn and a 2,50 mm crochet hook).

Pattern available on Etsy, Ravlery and Craftsy. Links here ---->


Cotton rattles.

A few cotton rattles, crocheted around plastic eggs from Kinder Surprise chocolate eggs, with glass beads inside.

Colorful key-monsters.

Rattle-monsters' younger siblings - a bit smaller and a lot quieter, but just as colorful and fun.











Crocheted with cotton yarn, filled with polyester fiberfill. 6,5 cm (2.6 in) tall, including antennae. Nickel plated steel clasp and key ring.