You'll find a variety of whimsical amigurumi patterns and adoption kits for those of you who are passionate about creating beautiful things with your own two hands.
Three Little Pigs
The Not So Big Bad Wolf
A Kitten & Her Mittens
In this bundle you will get all five of the designs for the price of four. Mix and match to create your very own Adoption Kits!
This Handmade Toy Adoption Kit is for the child (or adult) that loves all things unicorns, flowers and clouds.
Who doesn't love sleepy, slow sloths? In this neutral colored kit you will find silly sloths, hearts and rainbows.
The perfect adoption kit for those who love bright, imaginative colors! You'll find a bird, hearts, flowers and rainbows.
Fond of teddy bears and hot air balloons? This kit is a combination of soft hearts, happy stars and an old timey airplane!
This adoption kit is for all the ladybug fans! You'll find a whimsical ladybug. a fun rainbow and sweet flowers for your special bug!
This amigurumi adoption kit theme includes a happy little crab, a smiling shark, a big blue whale, a pretty pink octopus and more!
With Easter Amigurumi Adoption Kit, you will be able to create a gift giving experience that you can tuck right into that Easter basket.
This Halloween amigurumi adoption kit includes a happy little ghost, a haunted pumpkin house, a scaredy cat and more!
I started crocheting and knitting toys in 2018 as a way to bring a little happiness into my stressful life. Dealing with my son's serious health issues left me an anxious, cranky old toad. I soon found that making toys brightened my spirits (and even made my family happy too)!
From there I became a Certified Crochet Instructor through the Craft Yarn Council as a way to help others learn this great and healing craft.
Since then I began the Le Petit Saint Crochet blog and YouTube channel. I have also been recognized as a finalist in the LoveCrafts Craftie awards for Blog Personality of the Year in 2020 and 2021.
Such a simple but effective way of getting on top of projects and weeding out the ones that are just not shouting “finish me”. Its like a having a fun, but honest, chat with your conscience and coming out at the end feeling yes, finally, I’m only doing the fun stuff from now on! Bravo Elise, this is a must for the serial WIPer to do several times a year. Thank you!
Creator of Dawn's Days YouTube Channel
This is a really cute organization tool. I especially like the part with the Actionable Steps, since it gives the maker something to look forward to; they can see a purpose in letting that wip go. The individual cards are also beautiful reminders of your work plan that you can tack up on a vision board, or tuck neatly into your planner. I think they will appeal to scrapbooking types and visually stimulated folks who like pretty things.
Creator of Capital Crochet