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I have already made little bunnies and a cat using the same basic body pattern, but I think it works great as a teddy bear as well. 

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Kristi Tullus by Kristi - 1w ago

I've been wanting to do a collection of dolls with different animal outfits for a long time, lets kick things off with this little guy in a fox costume.

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The small sheep kit is now available in beige as well!

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Today I have a really cute pattern to share with you - just look at this tiny hippo with his huge nose and stumpy little legs, small enough to sit on your palm.

It's a really quick and easy project you can complete within a couple of hours, although the small details like ears, legs and tail can be a bit fiddly to make.

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Kristi Tullus by Kristi - 6M ago

I am so glad to see you guys are loving the crochet kits. It's so handy to have everything you need for a project in one place, isn't it. No need to run around trying to find all the bits and bobs, especially if you're not a crazy yarn hoarder like me.

The latest addition to the collection is the zebra. It's definitely one of my favorite patterns to make, I really love the crisp look of the black and white combination.

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Embroidering laces on your crocheted boots is such a great and easy way to add a little detail and make them look more realistic. It's not difficult to do at all, but it can be a bit tricky to get a nice symmetrical result on your first try.

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