As well as being perfect for practicing your Kangaroo bouncing, this crochet Kangaroo tail blanket has a very handy pouch. Perfect for keeping your treasures in while wearing it.
It can be made to any size – all you need is a waist and leg measurement. The pattern is available over on my Etsy shop:
After making the puffin hooded blanket I decided to do another bird blanket and thought I would do a toucan.
The pattern is available over on my Etsy shop:
Ive been working on a few more crochet hooded blanket patterns over the last few months and there are bits of different animals and birds gathering up in my craft basket and starting to overflow all over the place!. In an attempt to reduce the crammed conditions in the craft basket I have managed to get a few put together, the first is a very cute puffin.
The pattern is available over on my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/526825227/hooded-puffin-blanket-crochet-pattern
I came across the cross stitch pattern for this very cute elephant picture in CrossStitcher magazine issue 281 (2014), and I knew it would make the a perfect gift for a friend whose birthday is coming up. I also found some fabric which was an ideal match to make it into a cushion, this fabric is from the Indian Garden range by The Craft Cotton Company, I love the bright colours and bold patterns of this range.
I love how this cushion has turned out I Think I may need to make one of these for myself…..
Following on from my dinosaur and dragon tail blankets is a crocodile tail blanket. I love making these tail blankets so it wont be too long until a few more patterns start to come together!
Pattern is available over on my Etsy shop:
This sewing tutorial uses the lovely bright colours of The Craft Cotton Company’s Indian Garden fabric range. I love the bright bold colours and patterns of this range, they are perfect for summer.
I don’t think it’s possible to make too many of these, and I think this herd will be growing very soon!
The tutorial is available for free over on The Craft Cotton Company’s blog:
I completed this sewing tutorial for The Craft Cotton Company using their lovely Paisley Bird fabric range. I love the bright colours and the bird detail of these fabrics, they are sure to brighten up any day.
The tutorial to make one is available for free over on The Craft Cotton Company Blog: