In this crochet pattern, we’ll be crocheting a terrifying Tyrannosaurus Rex! This Trex crochet pattern is designed to match my other miniature crocheted dinosaurs like the Triceratops and Brontosaurus! The pattern can be a little bit tricky since I had to make up a whole new crochet stitch for the feet, but it’s worth it since you can make one in just about an hour with minimal sewing together!
I kept killing my bonsai tree’s so in this lesson we’ll be crocheting one that you’ll never need to water! The pattern is relatively simple but leaves a lot for customization. I’ve even made a few cherry blossom crocheted bonsai tree’s as-well.
In this lesson, we’ll be crocheting a tiny pie amigurumi. Become a Club Crochet Member to get more detailed instructions on how to turn this into a larger amigurumi character and berry version of the pie!
Overview In this lesson we’ll be crocheting an adorable Milkshake amigurumi! This pattern was part of a collaboration and created by the awesome designer @ravencraft__designs! Check out more of her work here! Created by @ravencraft__designs 0% Difficulty Medium Time ~ 1 hour What you’ll create Previous Next […]
In this lesson we’ll be crocheting a classic heart shape amigurumi. We’ll be learning how to connect two halves into one using very little seaming to make it as easy as possible.
In this lesson we’ll be making creatures I call the Fungaloids (basically Mushroom Men). They’re a new character in my tabletop game Stitch’d! This pattern is really fun to make and uses a new weird stitch that I’m calling the Double Crochet Reconnect. Oh also, I made this pattern with a lot of options for customizing, so have fun with it!
In this lesson, we’ll be crocheting baby Yoda from the new Star Wars show, The Mandalorian!
In this lesson, we’ll be crocheting the great Saint Nickolas himself! This pattern not only teaches you how to make the jolly fat fella, but also how to turn him into a fun Christmas Tree ornament!
In this lesson, we’ll be crocheting a mini key! This is a great addition to the treasure pattern but also would make an adorable necklace or earrings!
In this lesson, we’ll be crocheting a treasure chest! We’ll even be learning how to turn it into a monster mimic version! I use this pattern often in my new crocheters table top game, Stitch’d!