Instead of doing things like studying, I’ve been making a few blanket sized pattern charts. This one is Foxes, which is heavily inspired by this painting that was made the amazingly talented @zandraart!
The pattern is free for anyone and everyone to use! While I do recommend using corner to corner crochet to make it, you can really use whatever stitch you would like. The colors and stitch type are just suggestions after all!
As a bona fide crazy cat lady it was only so long until I was compelled to make a cute kitty of some kind. I’ve previously made Luna and Artemis dolls in the Pokemon style, but wanted to do something with a bit more of an animal shape. I had a custom order last year for a cat character that gave me the perfect oppurtunity!
Meet Ser Pounce-a-Lot! The original custom order had tiny little armour as well, but this is just the plain ol’ cat version, since it’s a little less time consuming. I also remade Luna and Artemis using the same style, and am thinking about trying out a Jiji next!
This pattern is super simple, though sometimes creating the small tube-like legs and tail can be a bit of a pain. Find the pattern below the cut!
Here’s a great tip for crocheting with variegated yarn!
cozysoulcrochet over at Instagram shares her ‘work in progress’ which highlights how ‘corner to corner’ crochet makes the most of variegated yarn.