In this lesson we’ll be crocheting an actual sized bell bag from Animal Crossing! I like using this bell bag as a project bag to hold yarn and materials for projects! This pattern is very easy to make, and by using larger yarn you can even make it pillow sized!
In this lesson we’ll be crocheting a Gulliver the Seagull (from Animal Crossing) Amigurumi! You can crochet him sitting, standing, or even sleeping waiting for a wandering villager to wake him up!
In this lesson, we’ll be crocheting mini bell bags from Animal Crossing, perfect for having on hand when you go visit Nook’s Cranny! These bell bags are ultra-easy to make so you can make a bunch to hide for your kids!
In our fourth lesson in our series of crocheted ghosts, we’ll be learning how to crochet Ghastly, the ghost Pokemon!
Pacu Pacu Pacu… wawawawa… In this lesson I’ll be turning my classic ghost pattern into a Pacman ghost pattern using just color changes for the eyes!
Learn how to crochet the shy but spooky Boo, the ghost from Super Mario Bros! This little crocheted Boo Ghost amigurumi measures about 2 inches tall when finished, perfect for a keychain or to throw at plumbers. It also includes a full length unique video tutorial to help you get through the tough parts!
How do Koopas communicate? They use a Shell-phone!
Why did Mario cross the road? Because he couldn’t find the warp zone!
Why can’t Ganon surf the internet? There are too many Links!
Every villain needs some minions