I made another one. Slightly smaller… The Pattern (from K Hook Creations – free to download) is the same, but the threads are different.
The variegated is a Double Knit cotton and the green is size 20 Cebelia.
I will say this involved a LOT of swearing. Tatting is much easier when it comes to fine threads. But I have to say he’s cute. I didn’t pose him like that, but he looks as if he’s waving.
By the way, the writing is still going. I haven’t heard from Hodderscape, but mine were both lost somewhere in the system and I had to resubmit. They were very likely among the last they received. I’m really not expecting anything beyond a polite rejection – they received something over 1 500 submissions – but the kick-start it gave me has been invaluable!
He is adorable! I wouldn’t have the patience to work with something that tiny and am impressed that you do.
I’m a sucker for little things. 😉
My son always says because I’m just over 5 foot (1,5 meters) it’s just natural…
I’m not much over that, myself.
Quality, not quantity! 😉
Adorable!!! You’re super talented!
Thanks! Be glad you weren’t around to hear the swearing, though… 😉
Ha! I’m sure!
http://www.joann.com/octopus/0941931P56.html and http://www.fabartdiy.com/how-to-diy-cute-crochet-amigurumi-miniature-animals/ lol
Hello Little One! what a gem! 🙂
I can only imagine the amount of swearing that went into making that!
Oh wow! That little guy is so adorable! I could never stitch something so tiny! You are very talented.
Thanks! I did do a lot of swearing… 😉