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Corona Bunny

I knit a pink stuffed bunny a long time ago for a baby-to-be, and I always planned to knit another one for me and my family. I had used a pattern that wasn’t especially fun to knit and that had required a lot of sewing. This time around, I used a far better pattern, and […]

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Baby Yoda

Today’s post is a quick one. I whipped up this baby Yoda for my son, who has been obsessed with this fifty-year-old baby and The Mandalorian series as a whole. Just try to say he isn’t cute! PROJECT BREAKDOWN Pattern: Baby Yoda by Kim Konen Yarn: Small amounts of worsted weight yarn. I used Malabrigo […]

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Patch the Pumpkin Man

Patch is yet another clever design from Susan Claudino, whose ever growing collection of toy patterns is among the best on Ravelry. I had wanted to knit a Patch for my family last year but was unable to squeeze it into my schedule, so when October finally rolled around again I knew I had to […]

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Handspun Kitschy Kat

Yesterday I whipped up my first toy made from my own handspun yarn, and I could not be happier with the outcome! This kitty pattern is called Kitschy Kat and is authored by Susan Claudino. (Yup, one and the same author of Figaro, who I just finished knitting a couple of weeks ago.) You can […]

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Figaro the Frog

I’ve knit several toys for my kids over the years–two snakes, a doll, reversible dolls, a bear, a reversible lion/elephant, a reversible baby alligator/egg and a Santa, to name a few. For well over a year toys were my primary focus in knitting. I wanted to knit them all, specifically toy patterns by Susan B […]

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