Crafty Princess Is Back

Blogged under amigurumi by Tammy on Tuesday 12 November 2013 at 5:14 am



I have had to take a break from Crafty Princess Diaries for awhile because I just had too much going on, including a jewelry book deadline and, more recently, a new dog in our house. My to-do list is still massively long and the new dog needs lots of training because basically no one taught him anything…, but I really miss coming over here and talking crafts, so I’m back! Yeah!

I’ve been doing a little crafting in between all my deadlines and potty training. Pictured is one of my latest finished project: Blair, the Ghost Bunny. He is a new pattern from Freshstitches, and I have been on the lookout for a good bunny pattern for awhile. Love how he turned out, and I think I have enough leftover of this yarn to make another one. Both, of course, will be added to my small stock of toys to be donated at some point when I get a decent number of them together.

I have lots more to chat about, including a big stack of wonderful craft books to post about, so I’ll be back!

4 Comments »

  1. Comment by Cyndi L — November 22, 2013 @ 11:36 am

    He’s adorable, Tammy! I’m so glad you’re back…we miss you when you leave us for too long 😉

  2. Comment by Eileen — November 24, 2013 @ 3:19 pm

    So cute! Boy, I wish there were some way to get your darling collection of little amigurumi pets down to my area of Mexico where we have some orphanages that survive on nothing but donations. The tots would be so thrilled.

  3. Comment by Tammy — November 24, 2013 @ 4:45 pm

    There are sooo many places I could make toys for. I wish I could make enough for everyone! That might be a project for a site like http://www.crafthope.com/ to handle.

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