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2019 is the pig year in the Chinese zodiac, with the Lunar New Year and Valentine’s Day around the corner, here is a quick and easy sock pig project to whip up in less than an hour. Be it a huggy stuffed toy, theme decoration, keychain ornaments, it sure is a great handmade gift to make for any occasion. The kid might be able to make it with a little help from an adult too.

Oink Oink

This cute little sock pig named “Oink Oink” is about 6″ tall. Made from a lady size single sock, pink felts and stuffing materials. For your convenience, the downloadable templates are available at the tutorial page, just print them out to trace on the felt. A quick dry adhesive is used to glue all the felt pieces for a quick craft, however, you may choose to hand sew them for a longer lasting toy to keep.

Easy Sock Pig – Free Pattern

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Valentine’s Day Oink Oink

“There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved.” ~George Sand

Lunar New Year Oink Oink

Gong Xi Fa Cai

You may find more Pig theme crafts, click here.

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2019 is the pig year in the Chinese zodiac, with the Lunar New Year and Valentine’s Day around the corner, here is a quick and easy sock pig project to whip up in less than an hour. Be it a huggy stuffed toy, theme decoration, keychain ornaments, it sure is a great handmade gift to make for any occasion. The kid might be able to make it with a little help from an adult too.

Oink Oink

This cute little sock pig named “Oink Oink” is about 6″ tall. Made from a lady size single sock, pink felts and stuffing materials. For your convenience, the downloadable templates are available at the tutorial page, just print them out to trace on the felt. A quick dry adhesive is used to glue all the felt pieces for a quick craft, however, you may choose to hand sew them for a longer lasting toy to keep.

Valentine’s Day Oink Oink

“There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved.” ~George Sand

Lunar New Year Oink Oink

Gong Xi Fa Cai

You may find more Pig theme crafts, click here.

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A new friend of Mr. Furu Fox Amigurumi and Jr. Rakku Raccoon Amigurumi has moved into the woodland today. Ms. DuDu, the Deer Amigurumi, has been looking forward to learning about her new life in this new habitat.

Ms. DuDu is a cute young deer who has a mixed feeling between anxious and curious in her new surrounding. Due to nature and her species where she belongs to the group of the vulnerable animal in the wild, predators hunt them for meat, human hunt them for game and meat.  She does not want to be hunted down so she decided to leave her family and move into the woodland seeking for Mr. Furu’s assistance, with the intention to learn as many new survival skills as she possibly can. We wish her all the best!

This deer amigurumi, DuDu, measures about 10 inches tall. It is crochet by using a 3.5mm crochet hook in the colorwork of Brown, Beige, White and Black Acrylic yarns. Just like her friends Mr. Furu and Jr. Rakku, the pattern of deer amigurumi calls for “Split Single Crochet Stitch”, some may know it as “Crochet Knit Stitch” or “Waistcoat Stitch” where the hook is inserted in between the legs of the next stitch. By way of using Split Single Crochet Stitch in this pattern, it will keep the colorwork vertically straight throughout the round. (Warnings: Please do not attempt to crochet it with normal single crochet (US terms), it won’t work in the correct proportion in size, shape, and colorwork.)

DuDu deer amigurumi is born rare and special, besides the front beige patch on her body, she has the distinctive “V” dot markings at her back instead of the polka-dot markings from her species. She is definitely a unique one. Whenever she is happy and excited, she will wag her cheery little tail and dance like nobody’s watching.

DuDu deer amigurumi is still new in the woodland, hence, it might take a little while before she overcomes her nervous. She does look a little worried but it will soon past. She will be a happy cheery little deer in the woodland again!

Hope you like her and happy crochet! ~XOXO

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I promised Mr. Furu the Fox Amigurumi to make a companion for him so that he won’t feel lonely in the woodland. To make his life more interesting, I have decided to make a Raccoon Amigurumi which shares the same ecological niche as Fox, and, both are also predators and scavengers.

Jr. Rakku, the Raccoon Amigurumi is rather different from the general character of his own kind, he is young, gentle and innocent, he trusts everything that others told him. Perhaps Mr. Furu could teach him a little old fox trick to make him smarter to survive in the woodland.

Jr. Rakku, the Raccoon Amigurumi measures about 10 inches tall. It was crochet by using a 3.5mm crochet hook in the colorwork of Gray, white and black Acrylic yarns. Unlike normal amigurumi crochet method, the pattern of raccoon amigurumi calls for “Split Single Crochet Stitch“, some may know it as “Crochet Knit Stitch” or “Waistcoat Stitch” where the hook is inserted in between the legs of the next stitch. By way of using Split Single Crochet Stitch in this pattern, it will keep the colorwork vertically straight throughout the round. (Warnings: Please do not attempt to crochet it with normal single crochet (US terms), it won’t work in the correct proportion in size, shape, and colorwork.)

How enjoy is Jr. Rakku bathing under the falling maple leaves during the Fall Season? He has a peaceful life with neither fights nor arguments, easy going and does what he loves any time anywhere.

Happy crochet and hope to see your Jr. Rakku Raccoon Amigurumi soon. Till then….

XOXO~

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Get ready for the Fall’s and the Woodland’s theme craft! Please meet Mr. Furu, the Fox Amigurumi, the latest edition amigurumi crochet pattern in Craft Passion’s library.

Mr. Furu, the Fox Amigurumi measures about 10 inches tall. It was crochet by using a 3.5mm crochet hook in the colorwork of orange, white and black Acrylic yarns. Unlike normal amigurumi crochet method, the pattern of fox amigurumi calls for “Split Single Crochet Stitch“, some may know it as “Crochet Knit Stitch” or “Waistcoat Stitch” where the hook is inserted in between the legs of the next stitch. By way of using Split Single Crochet Stitch in this pattern, it will keep the colorwork vertically straight throughout the round. (Warnings: Please do not attempt to crochet it with normal single crochet (US terms), it won’t work in the correct proportion in size, shape, and colorwork.)

While I was working on the sock pug puppy’s pattern & tutorial (my previous post), suddenly Freddy the Felt Fox appears in my mind, it just popped up without any warning. Seems like it was beckoning that I need to get another fox design develope soon. More than a week later, and after lots of unraveling of yarns, this Fox Amigurumi named Furu was done and I really love how it has turned out. I added a doll’s wired glasses and it immediately resembled the look of a cool academician. Therefore, I gave it the name Furu, F from fox, URU from “guru” (which means teacher).

I always have this wonderful chain of thought of “what’s next” to create while working on the existing craft. At times the new idea really carried me away from the current work-in-progress. I need to work on the new craft design (before the inspiration vanished from my brain) as soon as I completed the current craft. For this reason, processing and compiling all the info and updating of new pattern & tutorial at Craft Passion was adjourned, opppsss… I need more hands to be more consistent in updating. HELP!

Happy crochet and hope to see your Mr. Furu Fox Amigurumi soon.

XOXO~

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For over 6 years since I started to design and make the first stuffed animal softie by using socks, this sock puppy (Pug breed) is my 23rd sock animal pattern and tutorial. It is fun to make cute things out of a pair of socks and shared the free pattern and tutorial via Craft Passion, though the journey is not easy I thoroughly enjoy the process. (Click here to view my other design of sock animal patterns & tutorials.)

I have been wanting to design canine theme sock animal for quite some time. Just happen to coincide with the year of Dog this year,  I told myself not to procrastinate the plan anymore, so here is the Sock Puppy in Pug breed, I named it Puggie. Puggie is about 8 inches tall, sewn from a pair of microfiber chenille socks, scraps of white and brown felts, a pair of button eyes, button nose and yellow embroidery floss, it is then stuffed by the polyester filling material to hold its shape. For your ease of sewing, along with the details of the instruction, a pattern template is also included on the tutorial page. Besides the sock pug puppy, I have also included the dog bone template which you can sew to match up with the sock pug puppy.

If you have difficulties in getting the right socks color and material to sew, you can get them from Craft Passion Shop. I only have a small quantity in stock, just in the hope to provide material support to those who need it. Due to a lot of restriction, I do not plan to grow the shop too big as my passion is still on design and sharing the pattern and tutorial of handmade crafts, however, I will do my best to provide a good support.

When I say the journey is not easy earlier on, I would like to elaborate more in detail here. In most of my craft designs, I will make a test piece and fine tune all the little details. Until I am fully happy with the outcome, I will proceed to the next stage which is to sew another one and develop the documentation materials for the pattern and tutorial that you are reading in the tutorial page. The materials include shooting the steps photo as I am progressing, draft down important notes to be highlighted in the instruction area. All these details are not done in hours but in days. Lots of photos to be chosen and processed, create templates of the pattern electronically and lastly putting everything together in the written words. Yes, very time consuming but the hard work gets rewarded when I receive good response from the supportive reader like you.

I hope you like the Puggie sock puppy as much as I do and looking forward to seeing you sewing it with love and passion.

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Another new sock animal’s pattern and tutorial has been added into Craft Passion’s library….. Meet Ruki the Sock Raccoon. Ruki is well-known to have a stripy chenille fur coat, a chubby face with trademarked dark circles around the eyes, and a big bushy tail. Ruki loves to play with anything that it is in globe shape especially glass marbles.

Ruki appears in various colors, be it gray or brown stripes, it is the Ruki the Sock Raccoon. It is about 8 inches tall, sewn from a pair of microfiber chenille socks, scraps of white and gray felts, a pair of button eyes, button nose and black embroidery floss, it is then stuffed by the polyester filling material to hold its shape. For your ease of sewing, along with the details of the instruction, a pattern template is also included on the tutorial page.

On a sunshiny day, while the everyone is happily enjoying the warmth of the sun, two Ruki the sock raccoons are playing glass marbles on the green lawn.

“Let’s play glass marbles together, bro!”

“But I do not know how to play.”

“It is easy than you think. Come, let me show you ….”

“Let me try.”

Hours later…….

“Well done, bro, you finally got it!”

“Thank you, bro, for teaching me.”

Hope you have enjoyed every moment of your day by learning and making beautiful crafts. The best thing about crafts is making them and registered them in your memories because every craft tells a story.

Happy sewing!

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Hurray, my sewing mojo is back, especially into sewing animal plush toy from socks. I hope the inspiration keeps flowing in as I have many animals related craft on my to-sew list. Craft design is so fun when the inspiration starts flowing in. Just a little tweak from the previous pattern Sock Unicorn Whale, here comes a new pattern of sea creatures in Craft Passion – the Sock Shark.

The Sock Shark is sewed from a single piece of adult ankle sock (a pair can make 2 sharks), a scrap of white felt, a pair of button eyes and yellow embroidery floss, it is then stuffed by the polyester filling material to hold its shape. The length of this sock shark is roughly 9″ long from head to tail. For your ease of sewing, along with the details of the instruction, I have also included the pattern template on the tutorial page.

Human fears of shark because of it’s powerful jaws and the big wide mouth full of sharp teeth. Contrary to the brutal character of the man-eater has given, Sock Shark is soft and huggable, it has the most friendly big smiling mouth with the harmless well aligned zigzag teeth. Sock shark is child-friendly and it is perfect to make as a gift for any occasion.

Here they are, Sock Shark and Sock Unicorn Whale, the twin sea creatures live together harmoniously and peacefully in the sea world. Though they are totally different species, they acknowledge and respect each other for their differences. May the world behaves the same and creates a better place for the human to live together without any prejudice.

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A new friend of Mr. Furu Fox Amigurumi and Jr. Rakku Raccoon Amigurumi has moved into the woodland today. Ms. DuDu, the Deer Amigurumi, has been looking forward to learning about her new life in this new habitat.

Ms. DuDu is a cute young deer who has a mixed feeling between anxious and curious in her new surrounding. Due to nature and her species where she belongs to the group of the vulnerable animal in the wild, predators hunt them for meat, human hunt them for game and meat.  She does not want to be hunted down so she decided to leave her family and move into the woodland seeking for Mr. Furu’s assistance, with the intention to learn as many new survival skills as she possibly can. We wish her all the best!

This deer amigurumi, DuDu, measures about 10 inches tall. It is crochet by using a 3.5mm crochet hook in the colorwork of Brown, Beige, White and Black Acrylic yarns. Just like her friends Mr. Furu and Jr. Rakku, the pattern of deer amigurumi calls for “Split Single Crochet Stitch”, some may know it as “Crochet Knit Stitch” or “Waistcoat Stitch” where the hook is inserted in between the legs of the next stitch. By way of using Split Single Crochet Stitch in this pattern, it will keep the colorwork vertically straight throughout the round. (Warnings: Please do not attempt to crochet it with normal single crochet (US terms), it won’t work in the correct proportion.)

DuDu deer amigurumi is born rare and special, besides the front beige patch on her body, she has the distinctive “V” dot markings at her back instead of the polka-dot markings from her species. She is definitely a unique one. Whenever she is happy and excited, she will wag her cheery little tail and dance like nobody’s watching.

DuDu deer amigurumi is still new in the woodland, hence, it might take a little while before she overcomes her nervous. She does look a little worried but it will soon past. She will be a happy cheery little deer in the woodland again!

Hope you like her and happy crochet! XOXO~

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I promised Mr. Furu the Fox Amigurumi to make a companion for him so that he won’t feel lonely in the woods. To make his life more interesting, I have decided to make a Raccoon Amigurumi which shares the same ecological niche as Fox, and, both are also predators and scavengers.

Jr. Rakku, the Raccoon Amigurumi is rather different from the general character of his own kind, he is young, gentle and innocent, he trusts everything that others told him. Perhaps Mr. Furu could teach him a little old fox trick to make him smarter to survive in the woods.

Jr. Rakku, the Raccoon Amigurumi measures about 10 inches tall. It was crochet by using a 3.5mm crochet hook in the colorwork of Gray, white and black Acrylic yarns. Unlike normal amigurumi crochet method, the pattern of raccoon amigurumi calls for “Split Single Crochet Stitch“, some may know it as “Crochet Knit Stitch” or “Waistcoat Stitch” where the hook is inserted in between the legs of the next stitch. By way of using Split Single Crochet Stitch in this pattern, it will keep the colorwork vertically straight throughout the round. (Warnings: Please do not attempt to crochet it with normal single crochet (US terms), it won’t work in correct proportion.)

How enjoy is Jr. Rakku bathing under the falling maple leaves during the Fall Season? He has a peaceful life with neither fights nor arguments, easy going and does what he loves any time anywhere.

Happy crochet and hope to see your Jr. Rakku Raccoon Amigurumi soon. Till then….

XOXO~

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