Hey there! I’ve gotten many queries over my Little Red and Baby Wolf amigurumi pattern. My apologies for putting this up a bit late!
Little Red and Baby Wolf was exclusively handpicked to appear in a special edition issue of Simply Crochet magazine. The patterns were included in a cute-as-a-button booklet, packaged along with Simply Crochet Issue 10. Find out more about it here.
I also shared the pattern with a group of crafters in Taoyuan County, Taiwan, who wanted to make the dolls to cheer up a group of cancer patients at a children’s hospital. (Headed by a lovely lady named Dena, the same group previously made over 100 dolls based on my Tuxedo Sam pattern for the children in June 2012. You can read more about it here on Dena’s blog, written in Chinese)
A very lovely day to you all! As some of you might know, my amigurumi sessions aren’t ever quite complete without an anime series playing in front of me (and now that I know a teensy bit of Japanese, I can skip reading a few subtitled sentences and still get by alright).
Below, I’ve compiled a list of all the anime series that have tugged at my heartstrings. I’ve always wanted to share what I’ve watched so far and hopefully through this, I’ll get to hear a bit about what you’ve been watching yourself!
Ready? Let’s go!
Awesome. Astounding. Unparalleled. Definitely my Number One.
Heartwrenching to bits!
Beautiful visuals. Classic theme. A lovely watch!
Sweet. Charming. Romantic. Hits all the right spots!
Funny, in a Kansai dialect kind of way!
Detailed visuals. Superb soundbites. Downright cool!
A pleasant colourful watch full of nerdy-fun!
Clever acting scenes!
A real shocker! Kept me on the edge of my seat throughout.
One of the smartest series’ around. Love the book that was supposedly created for the anime. Read more here!
Must. Give. In. To. The Kawaii-ness.
A refreshing take on the teen angst tale!
P/S I hope to add more in time to come! Would sure love to know about the kind of anime that has gotten you hooked!
Note: Anime stills were taken from various sources online.
Have you met tiny Tammy?
The little pup is super shy when it comes to strangers but once she warms up to you, there’s no running away!
Her name is really short for Tamura and to her family members, she is Tamura-chan.
Like most Japanese, she can’t pronounce the “L” letter very well.
Her favourite phrase?
“I ruff you.”
P/S There’s still a few days more to go but anyhow, Happy Valentine’s everyone! Hope you’ll be kind enough to adopt tiny Tammy into your loving home. May your hearts be filled with love and joy on this spectacular day
Come March, it’ll be two years since amiguruMEI first made its appearance in the blogosphere!
Firstly, I’d like to thank everyone for being so patient. It’s been a while since I last updated my posts but I’ve still been receiving encouraging comments from my fellow amigurumi lovers and crafters!
2013 was an exciting year for amiguruMEI – I took on several new projects and collaborations and that took up a lot of time. Hopefully, in the coming months, I will be able to share even more exciting news with everyone (and that includes free patterns, of course).
Secondly, let me share with you Mei-chan’s new look. For a long time now, I’ve been wanting to give her a new hat and so here it is! I must admit though that she doesn’t look too different, but it’s a good change nonetheless. Mei-chan, contrary to popular belief, isn’t a bear or a bunny. She is a cute little pink fox (though no one could ever say that they’ve seen her real ears) who is still a big fan of Totoro and anything Studio Ghibli-related.
In the following picture, we have Mei-chan and an image from her past – the beautiful crochet hook pouch was made by a dear friend of mine, Lynn, who had gone on a sewing frenzy not too long ago.
In light of Chinese New Year, I’d like to wish everyone Gong Xi Fa Cai!
Please meet Paw Paw, a squishy-soft toy horse who dreams of becoming a real horse one day.
Longing to have a bite out of an apple, or perhaps a juicy bit of carrot, Paw Paw believes that if you wished for something hard enough, it may just come true.
Here’s a character we’d like to share, and it’s Bubblegum the Polar Bear!
His fur is white as snow; his favourite phrase: “I don’t know!”
The bumbly bear is turning five next year. For now, he still believes in Santa Claus (oh dear!)
Instead of waiting till Christmas morning, where you’ll probably be busy with gifts and unwrapping
This here is a pattern of Bubblegum the Polar Bear, a gift to show we truly care!
Trick or treat!
Please meet Peko-chan (ペコちゃん), who absolutely loves candy, and Halloween!
The brave little girl isn’t afraid of no ghouls or ghosts — she loves zombie horror flicks, and isn’t afraid to sleep all on her own.
Who will she meet down Halloween street this year?
P/S: Peko-chan is named after candy company Fujiya’s cute mascot, little Peko-chan. おなかがペコペコ (Onaka ga peko peko) simply means “I’m hungry” in Japanese. To those who are celebrating All Hallows’ Eve, I hope you’ll go slow on the sweets! Happy Halloween!
こんばんは! Please meet Mr Murasaki, who unfortunately, enjoys napping on the job.
The snoozing cutie is especially designed in collaboration with the amazingly-talented Joanne Loh of Craft Passion, who absolutely adores anything remotely owl-like.
And as for you, my friends, we’ve decided to share this super-kawaii amigurumi pattern with you! Just head on over to Craft Passion to find the pattern, detailed step-by-step photos included!
Working with Joanne has been extremely fun, and I look forward to having more collaborations in the future!
Psst: Mr Murasaki, who finds it exhausting to be around people, is a fan of few words. Nevertheless, his favourite phrase is ねむいな (Nemui-na) or I’m so sleepy!