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ZomBee amigurumi- Free Pattern

The next pattern in the Halloween Guest Blogger Series is by the lovely Morine! Her ZomBee amigurumi pattern is adorably spooky. Hope you all enjoy this pattern.

About me

Hello!! My name is Morine and I’m the designer and maker behind Morine’s Shop. I’m Kenyan, born and raised. I learnt to crochet from my mother when I was around 8 years old. I didn’t do much but dishtowels until years later, I completed my first big project, a granny square blanket and I was hooked from then on. I picked up on amigurumi a few years ago after being encouraged by a friend to try it out and I love every minute of it since. I now mainly focus on baby and home d├ęcor designs and makes.

Inspiration behind the Pattern

ZomBee is based out of my first amigurumi design, Heimlich the bee. I wanted to modify the pattern and make it more Halloween-y but I decided to write up a new pattern all together. The name comes from merging Zombie Bee (what I initially wanted to call it). ZomBee has a much better ring to it, d…

Meet Your Maker- Naughty Florals

This week on MYM we have Heather from Naughty Florals. I saw Heather's booth at Etsy: Made in Canada and her cards actually made me do a double take and burst out laughing. Her work is amazing and I will definitely be buying many items from her in the future. Her delicate and feminine florals mixed with sassy sayings cant be beat!

Introduce yourself and your business.

Hi!  My name is Heather and I am the maker behind Naughty FloralsNaughty Florals is a stationery company that combines classic florals designs and modern sensibilities.  By that I mean I paint beautiful floral designs and combine them with rude and cheeky messages.

How did you launch your business & what made you want to start a small business?

I have always wanted to start my own business.  When I was a kid I started a spa (where a my mom was my only customer), a sticker business (where I didn't actually sell anything because I loved all the stickers I made too much) and a library (not very profitable).  My…

Pumpkin Bunny -Free Crochet Pattern

Pumpkin Bunny A free crochet pattern by The Cozy Chipmunk
Trick or Treat! Straight from the pumpkin patch comes this little bunny, all dressed up and ready to join you in all of your Autumn festivities!Just make sure to use a different pumpkin when it’s time for pie!

Difficulty: Advanced Beginner U.S. Terminology Size: 6 inches seated from the tips of the ears down


Hook: 3.5 mm Yarn: Worsted Weight: Approx 100-120 yards- Fur Colour, Orange, Green, small amount of pink for nose (I used Impeccable by Loops and Threads) 10 mm Safety Eyes or Embroidered Eyes Polyfill Needle Optional: Stitch Markers and pins, embroidery thread for eyelashes
Other Notes:

Magic Ring alternative- if you do not feel comfortable doing a magic ring, you can also chain 2 and work the indicated number of stitches into the first chain
Continuous Rounds- each row is completed in continuous rounds unless otherwise stated
Stuffing: When stuffing the pumpkin, it needs to be firm enough to support the bunny head, but have eno…

Meet Your Maker-Laconic Story

This weeks MYM is Laconic Story, a ceramic artist and designer. I saw Miranda's work recently at Etsy: Made in Canada and it was so amazing I knew I had to have her on this series. Hope you all enjoy!!

 Introduce yourself and your business. 

My name is Miranda, and I am a designer turned ceramic artist. I graduated from OCAD University in Environmental Design, then returned back to the university for a minor in Ceramics in 2017.
My business name is called Laconic Story; laconic means short, precise, and using few words, so business name literally means "Short Story". The idea behind Laconic Story is that I make ceramic animal sculptures/ objects that is completed with a short story I can share about specific animals species at risk of extinction.

How did you launch your business & what made you want to start a small business?

The business started as making tiny animal tchotchke and as a hobby, selling in small market fairs. I wanted to start a small business because I …

Skully Corn Bag- Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern

Are you looking for free Halloween patterns? You’re in the right place, here you’ll find many fun Halloween patterns for free including Halloween amigurumi patterns! One of these free Halloween patterns is my Skully Corn Bag – a Tunisian crochet colorwork pattern for a fun trick or treat bag for little ones! When I initially designed this bag, I just had candy corn with a face in mind. It turned into so much more! He is mister skully corn and has a goofy personality! I’ve also added some fringe at the top to give the effect of spider webs. I hadn’t intended for his head to be in the shape of a skull but I love that it turned out that way so I went with it! I hope you love making him as much as I did!

Free Halloween Patterns – Skully Corn BagPin this bag pattern now and make it later!Buy the Ad-Free PDF with Full-Color Chart on EtsyBuy the Ad-Free PDF with Full-Color Chart on RavelryAbout the Pattern:Yarn: Color A – Lily Sugar’N Cream in Ove…