My Little Teddy Army

I spent all last week crocheting teddy bears and here's the result - a cute little gang, aren't they. So I decided to have a little Sunday night photoshoot and share the photos with you as well.

Amigurumi teddy bear patterns // Kristi Tullus (

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Little Owlet Patterns

When I first found Little Owlet patterns I was instantly hooked, I just love the size and body shape so much. Plus Marina really knows how to style a beautiful photo.

The patterns aren't really beginner friendly since they have no step-by-step photos or tutorials, but if you're familiar with all the techniques, they're not difficult to follow at all. 

Amigurumi patterns

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Teeny-Tiny Alpaca Sheep

I have always loved miniature amigurumi, especially ones that are made with very fine yarn, so they are really cute and tiny, but still have a lot of detail. Working with finer yarns does take a bit more effort, but it's so worth it.

Small amigurumi sheep pattern // Kristi Tullus (

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Tiny bears and bunnies

When getting ready for a craft show in May, I decided to use up some of the fingering weight cotton I had left over from larger projects and made a few cute tiny bears and bunnies. They turned out to be so popular I sold out rather quickly, so I'm making more for the next one.

Small amigurumi bunny and bear pattern // Kristi Tullus (

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Small Bunny Pattern

I made my little teddy bears a bunny cousin. Both the bears and bunnies are so quick and easy to make, the patterns turned out to be quite addictive, I've already made a whole army, which I will show you next week.

Pattern: Small 4-way jointed bunny // Kristi Tullus (

For more info, full materials list and a little preview, take a look at the first four pages. You can get the pattern on Etsy, Ravelry or

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Zebra Pattern

I have a new pattern to share with you today! My little zebra is finally finished and I must say I am really happy with how he turned out.

Pattern: 4-way jointed zebra // Kristi Tullus (

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