Harry Potter Patterns

It’s hard to believe that the first Harry Potter books hit the shelves over 20 years ago! My kids are all Potterheads (well, the last one is just starting the books now, but he will be)! We love Harry Potter! There are so many great Harry Potter inspired craft projects to try. I’ve found some great ones for you today!

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Look at this amazing knitting pattern for this sweet Harry Potter doll by TutosDelphine! This pattern is available in both English and French and if you’re not a knitter, this is definitely a beautiful-looking pattern that will inspire you to learn! Gorgeous!

First thing’s first, get yourself sorted into a house! You can crochet this fun sorting hat pattern and figure out if you’re a Hufflepuff, a Gryffindor, a Ravenclaw or a Slytherin. (My daughter and I are Ravenclaws.)

I was so pleased to find a crochet pattern to make a snowy owl like Hedwig! And it’s a vintage pattern, which I think is cool. Honestly, most vintage patterns look a little wonky, IMHO, but I think this pattern looks great and would be perfect to make the Potterhead in your life their very own owl!

If you’re looking to make a unique gift for the Harry Potter fan in your life, you can’t go wrong with this adorable, grumpy Mandrake amigurumi crochet pattern! Thankfully these stuffed toys will not scream like a “real” mandrake!

This fall season with back to school and Halloween approaching just get me in the mood for Harry Potter. I’m so pleased to have started reading the books again with my youngest son. It’s been a while for me! I hope you enjoy these Harry Potter inspired knitting and crochet patterns!

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Four adorable knit and crochet patterns inspired by Harry Potter! I love the Mandrake pattern! So cute!
Love this fun and easy to crochet Harry Potter Sorting Hat crochet pattern! Perfect simple Halloween costume or gift for your favourite Potterhead! #HarryPotter #crochet #crochetpattern #SortingHat #pattern #craftevangelist
Wow! Look at the detail and the beautiful knitting design of this Harry Potter doll knitting pattern! So great! This would make a lovely hand-knit toy for a Harry Potter fan! #HarryPotter #Potterhead #knitting #toys #handmade #pattern #stuffedtoys #stuffies
Check out this cool vintage snowy owl crochet pattern! He looks just like Hedwig from Harry Potter! Perfect crochet amigurumi stuffed owl pattern to make for the Potterhead in your life! #HarryPotter #Potterhead #crafts #crochet #pattern #stuffedtoy #owl #snowyowl #craftevangelist
This adorable Mandrake Crochet Amigurumi stuffed toy pattern from Harry Potter is the perfect handmade gift to make for the Potterhead in your life! I think I'm going to make one for all my kids!!! #HarryPotter #crochet #amigurumi #pattern #stuffies #Potterhead #handmade #craftevangelist

Gorgeous Fall Hats to Make

When the cooler weather abruptly ends the summer like it has for us this year, I start thinking about making hats! Even though I’ve made many hats for our family and other friends over the years, it’s always nice to have a new handmade toque (that’s Canadian for winter hat) to keep your head warm. Check out some of the gorgeous hat patterns I found for you to make this fall.

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This gorgeous crocheted racoon hat and cowl pattern was designed by The Hat and I, a designer whose patterns I can’t get enough of! (I’m sure you’ll find many of her patterns pinned in my Hats & Headbands board!) She has so many sweet and whimsical patterns of all kinds. You should really check out her shop; you’re sure to find something in there you’ll like! Also, what’s really fun about her shop is that if you check out enough of her patterns, you can watch her beautiful little model grow up!

I’ve had this sweet and simple little kitten or fox ears beanie (that’s American for toque) pattern pinned on my Pinterest boards for a while. I need to pick up some soft baby alpaca yarn in a lovely orange colour to knit this into a fox hat for my colleague’s new baby (a girl!). And I just love how this designer (Patternery) has styled these photos! So lush and cozy!

While I am completely not a lover of candy corn for eating, it is quite fun to look at and this candy corn hat knitting pattern is no exception. This chunky pattern looks quick and easy to knit up, for some mindless knitting while waiting to pick up kids from practices this fall. Hat patterns are great projects for tucking in your purse to work on when you have a few spare minutes. They make such lovely gifts and they’re easy to travel with. And if you’ve ever wondered how to make such perfectly puffy and round pompoms, there’s a tool for that! You can get one here; I love mine! 

Knifty Knittings (the designer of the candy corn hat) has a whole bunch of gorgeous knitting patterns for you to try out. Since I often post a lot of crochet patterns, I thought I should help some of the knitters among us find some great knitting patterns!

Here is another sweet and whimsical hat pattern from Knifty Knittings: a simple little pumpkin hat pattern. While it says it’s for kids, the pattern does have instructions for all sizes up to adult. These simple patterns are perfect for new knitters, especially if you’re new to hat-making. If you’re a more advanced knitter, I’m sure you could come up with a similar pattern yourself and these make for some great ideas! However, even as a fairly accomplished knitter, I find the help of a pattern saves a lot of time and I usually end up with a better result. I’ve been trying to write my own pattern for a while, and let me tell you, pattern creation is not easy, so support your pattern designers and don’t begrudge them a few dollars for a pattern! It’s lots of work!

Last year, these slouchy & non-slouchy hats with fluffy fur pompoms were very popular and I think they will be just as popular this year. I made a bunch of pompom-topped hats last year for my kids and their friends (and myself) and we’re all still loving them. I love the diamond pattern in this Arabesque Hat Pattern by NinaBellaCo. Also, as a bonus (because a lot of designers just create patterns and not many of the finished works), if you’re not a knitter or you just don’t have time this fall, you can have one made for you!

I know I’ve shared this pattern before, but I love the design of The Teagan Beanie and it is a CROCHET pattern, which I think is amazing! This cosy hat pattern would make a great handmade gift to make! 

This Hudson’s Bay Blanket-inspired toque is so adorable! This hat is already made up, but I’m sure if you can knit, you can probably figure it out, or check out this pattern. Something about those Hudson’s Bay stripes that just shout cosy and warm snuggly fall… or is that just for Canadians?

This Uptown Girl Cloche Crochet Pattern completely says back to boarding school to me! Can’t you just picture an adorable school uniform under that hat? The strap with the button closure makes a really polished finish.

So go forth and pick yourself up a pattern and some yarn and get making some hats! Pin it for later, so you can find it again!

I just can't pick one of these gorgeous hats to make for fall! So adorable! Time to get knitting! #craftevangelist
I love this adorable sweet kitten ears knit hat pattern! It is a super simple knitting pattern, in sizes baby to adult! Such a lovely handmade gift idea! #craftevangelist
Such a sweet crochet pattern for a raccoon inspired hat & cowl! A unique and adorable little set, a perfect fall handmade gift! #craftevangelist
Such a sweet knit hat inspired by candy corn! An adorable hat in all sizes, perfect for fall! Check out this hat along with #craftevangelist's other fall hat finds!
This adorable knit pumpkin hat is simple and quick to knit, perfect for the beginner knitter! A lovely handmade gift idea for a new fall baby! Love this hat design! #craftevangelist
I love this gorgeous knitting pattern with this diamond stitch pattern and lovely fluffy pompom! Great find by #craftevangelist along with other gorgeous fall hat patterns!
Check out this great CROCHET PATTERN for this fantastic winter hat! Great project to work on this fall #yarn #crochet #pattern #hat #crafts #toque #beanie #diy
What an adorable chunky hand-knit hat! Looks like a Hudson's Bay blanket! What a sweet little hat! A perfect photo prop!
Such a cute hat pattern! Classic Cloche Hat for girls, or fold the rim and it's a bowler hat for boys! So fantastic! What a great idea! Can be made in sizes infant to adult! #theHatandI #yarn #crochet #pattern #hat #crafts #diy #crochethat

Monster Amigurumi

Monsters aren’t so scary when you make them yourself out of yarn and stuffing! Stuffed, crocheted, amigurumi toy monsters are adorable and make fun handmade gifts for kids of all ages! Check out these cute monster amigurumi creations and patterns to make!

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See? Nothing to be afraid of here! You can make this adorable Mel the Monster and Friends Amigurumi without any fear! Or, if crocheting isn’t your jam but you still want one for yourself, DWcrochetattic will make one for you! You can go to the listing for a made to order monster from this pattern here.

Monsters definitely can’t be scary if they’re pink and have soothers, right? This sweet monster family amigurumi pattern would be a lovely welcome gift for the family of a new baby!

This is probably the most frightening of all the monster patterns because it is a SLUG, the most feared and disgusting of all garden creatures. Like, really, so gross. I hate these things in real life. It’s almost bearable in amigurumi format. At least it is purple and has multi-coloured spots on it. You can get the pattern here.

But maybe you’re thinking “Halloween is coming. I might need a monster for my pocket.” Or maybe you’re a super-awesome neighbour and don’t get a bajillion kids coming trick or treating at your house and you want to make candy-free,-but-almost-as-cool-as-candy-and-will-definitely-last-longer-than-candy-and-not-rot-your-teeth-or-spike-your-blood-sugar treats for all the kids in your neighbourhood. In that case, you could totally make some of these Franketstein Pocket Monsters

I need to make myself some new slippers, so I have been searching for a fun pattern to make. With Halloween approaching, perhaps these monster slippers would be appropriate. I know they would certainly surprise my kids, but I’m not sure they would cover my monstrous crocs (which is what Mr Evangelist prefers).

So, nothing to be afraid of here. Make yourself a monster to get into the spooky spirit and I think you’ll be making yourself a little stuffed friend. Get a pattern today or pin it for later!

These sweet little monster crochet patterns are perfect for Halloween! Cute monsters, not scary! I love the little monster family! Check out this awesome pattern round up by #craftevangelist
Check out this adorable monster amigurumi stuffed toy crochet pattern! It would make a sweet little monster friend for a kid! Pattern round up by #craftevangelist
Make your own monster slippers! Lovely crochet pattern for cozy and fun monster slippers for the whole family!  Part of a monster pattern round up by #craftevangelist
What a sweet little adorable monster family crochet pattern! I love the little baby monster with the soother! This would be a super fun handmade gift idea for a family welcoming a new baby! Part of a monster pattern round up by #craftevangelist
This is the only slug I remotely like! Cute amigurumi monster slug crochet pattern! If only the slugs in my garden were this adorable! Part of an awesome monster pattern round up by #craftevangelist
Pocket Monster Frankenstein makes an adorable little gift for special trick or treaters at Halloween! Love these tiny square pocket monsters! Make them yourself from this amigurumi crochet pattern, part of a monster pattern round up by #craftevangelist

Fall Amigurumi

In my last post, I was protesting that it was still summer, but I must admit now that fall is fast approaching. The weather here turned quickly and now I am faced with covering my tomatoes on Monday to deal with nearly freezing temperatures. This shouldn’t be happening already. But you can’t fight the inevitable!

Fall is the perfect time of year to get back into crochet and warm up with a cup of tea under balls and balls of yarn! I have found some beautiful fall amigurumi for you to enjoy, that will warm your heart and help you embrace this new season.

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The start of fall means the start of school for us and while I’m sure your kids’ teachers already have plenty of apple paraphernalia, I bet ya they don’t have an amigurumi apple.

I love play food patterns! They make such great toys for kids! This is a beautiful apple pattern that would be a fun twist on an old classic gift for a teacher. And hey, if they don’t have a use for it, they can put it in with the play kitchen at their school!

If you have any fall babies in your life, this little fall reindeer essential oil diffuser toy is so fun! It’s not a pattern, but it’s such a good idea for a little handmade gift for a new baby!

If you did want to make one of these yourself, the reindeer pattern is available from TheresasCrochetShop. I know we normally think about reindeer as Christmas things, but these animals have to live year-round, right? Of course they would just wear woodsy orange scarves in the fall, right?

And while not exactly amigurumi, I couldn’t bear not to show this adorable scarecrow baby photo prop outfit/costume pattern. You could make it yourself and dress your little one up for Halloween as an adorable scarecrow!

How adorable is that? Almost makes me want to have another baby!

It wouldn’t be fall without pumpkins, right? This pattern set complete with beautiful fall flowers, mice and a pumpkin on a vine is a sweet deal!

I love how the little mice are poking their heads out of the pumpkin! I know most of my readers are Americans, but we Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving at the beginning of October, so these little guys would be great decor for the upcoming Thanksgiving celebrations!

I hope you enjoyed this little round up of fall amigurumi patterns! Start crocheting today! Or pin it for later!

Adorable autumn amigurumi patterns, perfect for fall! I love the sweet little reindeer with a fall scarf! #craftevangelist
Ruby the Reindeer essential oil diffuser amigurumi crocheted stuffed toy for a child. Such a great gift idea! #craftevangelist
How adorable! A sweet little scarecrow photo prop outfit for a newborn baby! What a great idea for a fall photoshoot! #craftevangelist
Cute little crochet pattern for this stuffed apple amigurumi. Perfect little back to school reminder or play food for kids! #craftevangelist
I love the sweet little mice peeking their heads out of this pumpkin! What a lovely amigurumi crochet pumpkin pattern! The vines and leaves are perfect! Great handmade thanksgiving decor idea! #craftevangelist

Crocheted Flamingo Patterns

It is still summer! Put your pumpkin spice away for a couple more weeks! We can hold off on making scarves and slippers and hats for a few more weeks too! So let’s enjoy summer a little longer and look at some fun summery patterns!

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Fun flamingos are pink and summery! Check out this adorable mini flamingo pattern in a mini flower pot from Pink Mouse Boutique.

Crocheted Flamingo Pattern by Pink Mouse Boutique

If you were thinking of something a little bigger or for a young child, take a look at this cartoony flamingo amigurumi crochet pattern by IlDikko

Amigurumi Flamingo Crochet Pattern by IlDikko

Of course, if you’re really hanging onto summer, so are this pair of beach-attired flamingos by Crochet Village. Make and display this summery couple and it will feel like summer even in the dead of winter! 

Beach Flamingo Crochet Amigurumi Pattern by Crochet Village

Make these today or pin them for later in the winter when you’re wishing it were summer!

Check out these crochet patterns for flamingo amigurumi toys. These would make great handmade gifts! So fun and summery! #craftevangelist
I love these adorable pink flamingo amigurumi crochet patterns. Two cool flamingos all dressed for a summer day at the beach! #craftevangelist

Summer Amigurumi Dolls

When I was researching my top 10 summer picks, I came across so many amigurumi doll patterns, but I didn’t want to make it all only dolls, so here are a few that I missed.

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Fruity Maya

This beautiful summer doll pattern designed by Lulubalshop is adorable and the cute little outfits can be made to look like watermelons and lemons. I love lemons! They’re so yellow and sunshiny! I love that they come with adorable little inner tube floaties! 

This adorable doll is by one of my favorite designers: Carmen Rent. If you love the look of Coraline or Lalaloopsy dolls, you will not be disappointed. She has so many adorable doll patterns, you’re sure to find something that suits you–or the person you’re making it for!

Ana the social butterfly

Don’t you love her embellished little halter top and matching beach bag? You can get the pattern here.

Lorena the Ice Cream Doll

If you’re looking for a whimsical doll amigurumi pattern, this little doll comes with an ice cream cone headband! It doesn’t get much more summery than that. This last week has been so hot, I wouldn’t blame people for wanting to put a REAL ice cream cone on their head! The designer of this pattern, airali has plenty of other adorable and whimsical amigurumi patterns as well. Definitely worth checking out!

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Three adorable amigurumi crochet patterns for summer themed dolls! Check out this round up by #craftevangelist

Pineapples are Awesome!

Aren’t pineapples awesome? They’re so yellow and fun and summery! And they’ve been everywhere lately! Love them! I’m crocheting them and I’m decorating with them! I’m making pineapple costumes for my aloe plants! They’re awesome!

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Ok, these aloe plants are a little scraggly looking, but aren’t their pots adorable?

You can find the free pattern for these little pineapple aloe plant pot covers here. I’m working on a pattern for a bigger aloe plant that I have. I’ve been trying to write notes, so maybe I’ll be able to share a pattern made by me here! Woot!

Check out these other great pineapple crafty projects!

Crochet your own pineapple throw cushion with this fun pattern!

There’s an adorable pineapple character in this sweet Summer Amigurumi Kit. 

Summer Amigurumi Kit

Kits come in so handy, especially if you’re new to crochet. You don’t have to make multiple trips to the craft store if you’ve forgotten something, you don’t have to buy a large ball of yarn or package of notions you may not use again. If you’re looking for just the pattern, you can get it here. It also comes with an ice cream cone amigurumi and a surfboard. Summery fun!

Finally, you should check out this adorable pineapple bunting pattern

Pineapple garland. They can also be made into key chains!

This would look so cute in my gazebo space if I didn’t already have lights hanging up! I do have one side that doesn’t have any lights, so maybe it would look good there! 

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Check out these awesome crocheted pineapple projects rounded up by #craftevangelist
Pineapple Pillow Crochet Pattern! Check out these pineapple crafty finds by #craftevangelist
Pineapple bunting crochet pattern! Love these adorable little pineapples, perfect for bunting or little key chains! Check out the pineapple crochet finds by #craftevangelist
Sweet summer amigurumi kit with 3 patterns and all supplies. Super fun ice cream crochet pattern, surf board crochet pattern & adorable pineapple crochet pattern. Check out #craftevangelist's other pineapple crochet finds!

Sol the Summer Doll

After writing up that top 10 summer Etsy picks post, I still found more adorable things to crochet for summer!!! I know it’s August and summer posts are usually written early when everyone’s excited and people are already talking pumpkin spice, but I’m still solidly in summer mode (sort of… ripping apart a bathroom and putting a new plumbing stack in is totally summer mode, right?). I still have a trip ahead of me too, so it’s not a bad idea to have a quick little project to keep my fingers busy while we travel.

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Check out this adorable little doll pattern. At just 10 inches tall, she looks like she will make a sweet little doll for any kid. Her beach accessories complete the deal!

You can get the pattern on Etsy here. I hope you enjoy making her! If you do, please share your pictures as comments on Pinterest!

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Crochet this adorable amigurumi summer doll pattern on your holidays this year! Super sweet little pattern! Crafty find by #craftevangelist

Top 10 Summer Picks

Probably the rest of you have already had your holidays and it certainly seems like holiday mode has been in full swing for the last month. The kids are out of school, evening activities are on hiatus, the weather is warmer. At our house, we’re renovating, so even though I’ve just begun my holidays from work, I don’t really get a break, as we’ve got a lot of work to do around here.

But it doesn’t mean that I’m still not finding great crafty things to share the good news with you about! Don’t forget to follow my Pinterest boards to keep up with all the great crafty stuff I share on there. It’s my fave. If I’m not posting here as often, I’m always there saving awesome ideas.

So today I’ve gathered up my top 10 Summer Picks for gift-giving (or gift-making!) from my favourite online crafty place, Etsy!

With work planned in nearly every room of the house, I’ve tried to find one place I can finish. We built a new deck a few years ago, and we got some lovely deck furniture and a gazebo which I love, so that’s been the “room” I’ve been working at finishing and I have found some great crafty things that I love.

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I love bright colours outside, so check out these awesome outdoor pillows from Say It With Pillows

This one is my personal favourite

Also, birdhouses are such a fun way to decorate an outdoor space. Check out these adorable vintage camper birdhouse kits from 1Man 1 Garage!

Aren’t they amazing? What a fun crafty gift idea to make with the kids this summer? So adorable! I think this would fit in great with my outdoor space!

Another nice touch to my cute little deck “room” might be a fun sign. I’m not sure Mr Evanglist is on board with signs as much as I am (though he was ok with some signs for the kids’ basement space, so maybe he’d be ok with this one): Country Angel Rustic Decor has a wide variety of signs. Here’s a cute one I found for the deck:

Of course, summer for most people isn’t all about renovations and finishing an outdoor deck space. Mr Evangelist and I, like a lot of people, got married in the summer, so we celebrated our anniversary. And anniversaries are a great time to gift jewellery gifts! And I wouldn’t scoff at a beautiful ring like this one from Rutledge Jewelers:

Isn’t it gorgeous? So delicate and pretty! It would make a super simple wedding band for an understated bride!

But I wouldn’t be the Craft Evangelist that I am unless I directed you to some great crafty patterns that are perfect to work up in the hot summer months. Small projects that are light and easy to travel with are perfect for summer. It’s also a great time to teach the kids in your life to crochet. Check out some of these great patterns you could get for them (or make for them!)

Qians Little Creation has this super cute amigurumi doll crochet pattern that would make a super sweet little gift or an inspiration for a new crocheter to learn the craft!

And once you make one of those, you can make some amigurumi furniture to furnish an adorable little amigurumi doll house! This pattern is by Amigurumisnl and I think it’s so creative! You can make anything out of crochet!

Or you could make this adorable Lewis the Lion amigurumi! Another little project perfect for travel or the beach by Theresa’s Crochet Shop!

Or if toys aren’t your thing, perhaps you’d like to make a super sweet Crochet Tunic for the beach for your summer vacation?

I love the look of lacy crochet patterns for casual wear! And this pattern is a steal at only just over $2 CAD! Instant digital downloads mean you can get crocheting right away! carolrosa designs has plenty of other affordable patterns you can try out too!

Or, maybe you could use a new pair of flip-flops? Make your own for yourself, or as a gift from this pattern (for Child-Adult, sizes 3-10) from Mamachee!

As sad as it may seem to think about the end of summer, summer is also a great time to start working on projects for fall. We’ve had a few chilly, rainy days this week, so curling up with a ball of yarn doesn’t sound so bad. And then you could make this adorable hooded fox crocheted jacket.

At least you could if you read German (haha) which I do not. It’s so cute, though: I hope there’s an English pattern available soon! (Maybe I could figure it out, though… one of my colleagues is having a baby and she loves foxes…)

That about wraps it up! Enjoy the rest of your summer! Make some memories with your friends and family and make some stuff!

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Check out my top 10 summer Etsy picks! There's plenty of summery goodness to be had!

Cute crocheted flip flop pattern for child to adults in sizes 3-10! What a great summer crochet pattern idea! Check out craftevangelist's summer top 10 Etsy picks!
Gorgeous rose gold infinity ring. Great for a wedding band or anniversary gift. Love this delicate hand-crafted ring! Beautiful find on craftevangelist's summer top 10 Etsy picks! #craftevangelist
What a sweet crocheted doll pattern! Love this adorable little doll with her teeny purse and hat! Sweet find in craftevangelist's summer top 10 Etsy picks! #craftevangeilst
Adorable crochet pattern for a little amigurumi lion. So cute! Great find in craftevangelist's top 10 summer Etsy picks! #craftevangelist
Love this pretty crocheted lacy summer tunic pattern! Perfect handmade beachwear! Super affordable pattern, too! Part of craftevangelist's top 10 summer Etsy picks! #craftevangelist

Super cute kitchen amigurumi crochet pattern for a doll house. This pattern creator also has an adorable gnome family too! So sweet. Part of #craftevangelist's top 10 summer Etsy picks!

Gorgeous pillows! So bright and perfect for the deck!  Great summer pick by #craftevangelist

ADORABLE DIY Vintage Camper Bird House kit! I love this! It's so cute! I want one for the deck! Great find by #craftevangelist

Summer is a great time to start fall projects! Check out this adorable fox cardigan for kids! One of #craftevangelist's top 10 summer Etsy picks!

Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Crochet Bee

Why are teeny things soooo cute?!?! Adorable! Something about tiny dolls and toys takes me back to my childhood so easily. I wrote at least a few little stories as a child of having a little friend that could fit in my pocket. And these sweet, little, crocheted amigurumi dolls remind me of that!

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Check out this adorable little bee pattern that I found on Etsy.

I love yellow! The little honeycomb flower that this little bee sits in is one of my favourite parts of this sweet little pattern.
Tiny crochet projects are great because they are quick to work up, they don’t require hauling around a lot of yarn so they make great summer travel projects and great little gifts for summer travellers to use their imagination on long car rides or waiting in airports.
Go pick up this pattern today so that you’re all ready when the crocheting mood strikes!

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Love this adorable tiny crochet bee amigurumi pattern! What a sweet tiny doll to make! Great summer project found by #craftevangelist #pattern #crochet