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March 29, 2020 – April 4, 2020: It is officially amigurumi week! The plan for this week is on Sunday to make a Baby Yoda by Theresa’s Crochet Shop, then Monday is a Cthulhu by Rural Rebellion, come Tuesday I’ll do the Zippy the Baby Sloth pattern, from Story land Amis, and on Wednesday I’ll make my own amigurumi! I’m trying to make a Medusa, I have the head and body all figured out I’m just working on the color scheme. Thursday I am going to attempt a Dumpling Kitty from Crittterbeans. Friday I am going to do a Snorlax, courtesy of Ami Amour. And finally, on Saturday, I will be making the cake pop amigurumi from Knot Bad. And that will conclude amigurumi week. You can find the links to the websites by clicking on any of the pictures and my own patterns as well. Thank you for stopping by! You can click on the pictures and it will take you to their sites.

Sunday: This one was not hard and took me about six hours to make. Mine turned out the same and I really enjoyed it. I really think you should go check it out.

Monday: This one was more difficult than the Baby Yoda, and took me about eight hours to make. My tentacles came out a little bit curlier than I would have expected, but that’s fine.

Tuesday: This guy was probably the easiest so far. I made two in the same day and found that they were sold a lot faster than I would have expected and I think that could be contributed to the fact that he is very cute. You can find the pattern by clicking on the picture.

Wednesday: This one was a lot harder than the last times since I was making this gal myself. The sewing is trash and the embroidery on the mouth is also trash and the fact that I don’t have any tan yarn makes her look like a ghost, but I think she’s alright. I genuinely hope that you can do my pattern better than I did. You can find it under the “Patterns” section on the Primary Menu, or you can click the picture. She took me about nine hours.

Thursday: This one took me around five hours. Honestly, mine came out a little bigger than I thought it would. I don’t think I stuffed it enough because it doesn’t look as puffy as in the picture. All in all, I though this was a great pattern, and I think you should go check it out!

Friday: Snorlax was not hard, and he came out really cute. He took me about four hours. Again, my embroidery has completely failed. This was a really easy pattern to follow, and I think you should go check it out!

Saturday: This was probably my cool down for the week. I made three, and that only took me about an hour and a half. As always, I encourage you to go check this pattern out, and I’ll see you next week!

April 5, 2020 – April 11, 2020: This week, I’m going to be focusing all my attention on scarves. Each day, I will be making my own original patterns with two different yarn blends. Sometimes, I will be using the yarn blend Silver Steel from Bernat Blanket Brights, and other times, I will be using the yarn blend Ocean Shades, also from Bernat Blanket Brights. As I said, I am going to be making my own patterns for all of these. I have a few ideas, but not enough to last me through the week. Please, if you have any ideas, let me know in the comment section below, and thank you. I hope they turn out well!

Sunday: This one took me almost no time at all. We drove around town for about an hour, and when we got back, it was done. I think that I am going to keep this one for myself.

Monday: This one was not hard and took me almost no time at all. It is very long and skinny but is designed that way so you can wrap it around you without having it be sooooo heavy.