Do you sell your critters?

Nope. However, I DO leave my critters around for adoption now and then, so stay tuned to my Twitter or Instagram and you might be able to snag one!

I wanna make critters of my own! Where do I start?

For beginning tutorials:

For crochet tutorials I 100% recommend PlanetJune. The videos and tutorials are crystal-clear, she doesn’t ramble on in her videos, and she’s got a pleasant accent to boot! I’ll always recommend June for beginning hookers.

For beginning patterns:

PlanetJune has fantastic free starter patterns, but I started off making critters straight from Amigurumi World by Ana Paula Rimoli. Simple patterns with cute designs that can help you practice basic crochet skills.

Where can I find the pattern for ‏‏‎ ‎‏‏‎ ‎‏‏‎ ‎‏‏‎ ‎‏‏‎ ‎‏‏‎ ‎‏‏‎ ‎‏‏‎ ‎‏‏‎ ‎‏‏‎ ‎?

I don’t write patterns often, but when I do they’ll be in the PATTERNS section! I also have a book! It’s called Literary Yarns, and you can make some fun stuff based on classic literature from it.

Otherwise if I make a critter from a pattern that I found online or in a book, I’ll mention it in the post. All other items are made from my own design on the fly.

Can I sell items made from your patterns?

Yep. Just give credit for the pattern used. Copying, distributing, or selling the patterns themselves on the other hand is strictly prohibited. Just don’t do it, it’s not cool.

I wanna do drops of my own! Is that cool with you?

Of course! I’ll even help spread the word if you tag me in your posts! I can’t take credit for the critter drop idea, that was 100% inspired by Catlanta. If you do drops of your own, feel free to tag me or give me a heads up and I’ll be glad to help spread the word! I’m all for spreading the fun.

How long does it take you to make each critter?

On average about 3-4 hours if I know what I’m doing. Something more detailed could take anywhere from 9-12 hours.

What kind of yarn do you use?

Whatever’s cheap and in the right color! I just make sure it’s worsted weight yarn (usually labeled as “medium” or with a number 4). I’ve got crappy taste in yarn.

Got any other questions? Drop me a line!

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