A customer suggested this creation and I couldn’t be happier with the results!

This little cucco won’t help you fly places, but he makes a great companion. This cucco is crocheted from an original pattern with acrylic yarn. He is approximately 8" tall and 8" from beak to tail feathers.

Available in my shop~
Don’t forget that every order comes with a free heart piece (amigurumi heart) :D


Amigurumi Fi Cat Toy

Happy September, everyone! I’ve been away from the blog for a lot of this Summer, I’ve just been so busy! I really haven’t been working on commissions as much, as sewing projects are now taking up much of my time. But now I’m back in the swing of things. 

Ben and I also adopted a kitten this Summer! Her name is Fi, after the Legend of Zelda character. (We literally argued about names for weeks, but once we saw her and how her markings reminded us of Fi from Zelda, we instantly agreed it was a perfect fit.) We are absolutely in love and honestly, a lot of my crocheting time has gone to playing with Fi. She kind of takes over any project I’m working on anyway to play with the yarn. She’s such a sweetheart.

So, now that I’ve freed up some time, naturally the first thing I crochet is a toy for her. I had already made a full size amigurumi of Fi for Ben as a gift, and just condensed it into a small toy. Fi loves it, too. I couldn’t even get through taking the photos before she jumped up on the table and stole it to play. 

She’s the best little meow. 


Did I accidentally use a blue filter? No, it’s Cojiro!

This Cojiro won’t crow when in the Lost Woods, but he can be a companion in your own adventures. He is the blue bird of happiness of Hyrule! Cojiro is crocheted from an original pattern with acrylic yarn.

Oh! It’s National Crochet Month! I’ll be posting a special deal soon :)

Cojiro is available in my shop. 


One Penny Auction Sale going on Now!

That is right! For one penny (or whatever amount that changes with each bid) you could get your own crocheted heart, 8-bit heart, or Pokeball!

To give you some idea on their value, I usually sell these crocheted creations for $8 - $15 at conventions and on my Etsy Store.  

Not only is this a great deal that I’m serving out, but part of the proceeds from these auctions will go to helping children and families in need at the Ronald McDonald House! From Illness to devastating calamity, Ronald McDonald Houses have been helping families stay closer to their hospitalized loved ones. So this is indeed a great cause to help!

Below are the links for said items for Auction. If you have any questions, please be sure to send me a message through Ebay or Tumblr!

Thank you so much for supporting me and helping a great cause! Happy Bidding and may all the luck be in your favor!

Crocheted Heart | Crocheted 8-Bit Heart | Crocheted Pokeball

(PS: Please be sure to reblog! It will help the charity a lot! )


“Wielding the blade of evil’s bane, he sealed the dark one away and gave the land light.”

Made for a Legend of Zelda knitting/crochet contest on DeviantArt.

Well, what to say first. I love Legend of Zelda? Well, duh! I chose Wind Waker because my brother and I spent a whole summer playing this game. I was 15 and he was 10. Making these, I remembered how much fun we had, even after beating the game! We would set up in the living room, bring snacks and comfy pillows and just chill together. I wouldn’t trade that for anything, and I actually wish I could just go back and and spend another day doing that. Annnnyway *pulls self back to 2014*,  um, yes, I made nordic style mittens. I started charting them and it took about 2 - 3 days to really be happy with them. I also drafted the pattern by myself and it is not based on another pattern. As you can see, the mittens reflect the beginning story of Wind Waker. Each mitten has half of the text knit into them, and the other side has Ganon, and then a little Link charging in. The main details are set in the mittens with stranded knitting, THEN I went back and added details such as Link’s face, hands, and arm details with embroidery. Ganon had details too, such as his horn and eye. I also added another triforce on the opposite sides, to add a little more color and because HELL YEA ITS THE TRIFORCE.

I LOVE these mittens and when it is cold here again, I will be wearing them EVERY chance I get. My husband is under strict instructions to only wear them with permission lol.  As you can see its very warm here already and the grass is green haha. They are 100%wool. Ive added that bottom picture for reference so everyone can see what the mittens are based off of, I don’t own it. :)


Amigurumi Skull Kid

Made this one for Ben as an anniversary gift. It was a challenge but I’m so happy with the way it came out! His mask has a crocheted base, with all the details needle felted on. The mask took much longer than expected, and I definitely stabbed myself with the needle more times than I was hoping for, but it was so worth. 

Skull Kid is now his favorite thing that I’ve made him. Win!

hey!! rb and tag what you post

and ill check u out!! im looking for mutuals/more people to follow

  • steven universe
  • stranger things
  • legend of zelda
  • atla or lok
  • voltron
  • scenery (forests, cities, sky)
  • aesthetic (pastel, pink, yellow etc)
  • flowers or plants
  • dragons
  • witchy stuff
  • knitting, crochet, weaving, or any other textile craft
  • tasteful, diverse nudity or nsfw

Zelda! I only got into this franchise as an adult, but it’s excellent and I am super pumped for Majora’s Mask. Sometimes I weep for the child I once was, who grew up with ZERO video games! This is yet another doll I can’t bring myself to give away or sell, and if I’m being entirely honest it’s 100% because But What If I Have A Daughter Someday And Name Her Zelda.
Hylian Royal Crest (Legend of Zelda/Nintendo) pattern by Karin Whit
The chart is zoomed in on the area where color changes occur - the chart is 65 rows tall and 160 stitches wide, but the color changes only occur in the center 120 stitches. I used this chart to make a blanket for my sister that was a total of 195 rows tall and 160 stitches wide - I started using the chart somewhere around row 100, then added more rows of blue after finishing the charted portion. You could do this in Tunisian or single crochet. I chose Tunisian as it gives a cleaner edge.

Free crochet pattern! :)