I made a little three-tailed amigurumi fox, he’s only got three tails because he’s a baby!
I got the pattern for a wolf off Ravelry [click here] and adjusted it to suite my needs.
To all my crafty Marvel - Iron Man fans out there! Here’s a little treat for all of you, Lil’ Iron Man free crochet pattern! Lil’ Iron Man is approximately 15cm x 9.5cm, just about the right size to display nicely on your desk. Join us and turn this macho character into a cute little amigurumi plush toy. We’ll love to see your completed Iron Man. Do share some pictures with us at “Little Yarn Friends Facebook Page” or e-mail me at email@example.com. Have a blessed Christmas and Happy Crocheting!
Before we begin, you might want to click “Here” to read the story behind this creation and how I piece this creation together. It might help you in your assembling later.
If not, let’s begin!
Pictures for cluelessaboutcrochet:
it’s not the best picture, but you can see the edges are slightly round, that is where the increase goes. I hope it makes it a bit more clear now, if not drop me a line and I’ll try and explain better and if you are patient I can make a photo tutorial for you (I was going to do a Lady Rainicorn bookmark, and it’s done in the same way as the scarf, but I haven’t been feeling well today so was going to leave it till tomorrow)
This little owl, by the name of Professor Rupert MacOwly, is the present I made to celebrate my sister’s graduation.
Her graduation was about two months ago, but because of our silly over-emotional family I wasn’t allowed to go and i couldn’t give it to her then. Ever since I always forgot to send it, until now, better late than never I guess. She was really happy to get it and posted a happy picture on my facebook. I like making the people I care for happy.
As for the pattern, I used one I found online for free [here], because I’m lazy like that and I like to make patterns of geeky things (or so it would seem).