Wild Things Amigurumi Pins

I’m super excited to tell you that my Wild Things Amigurumi Pins is published in the December issue of Happily Hooked crochet magazine. The pattern includes a set of three* animal brooches that can be worn as a brooch, used as an embellishment on your tote bags, or it can even be easily converted into a cute keychain charm. This super quick and easy project requires very small amounts of yarn and you can make a bunch of these in a couple of hours.

*UPDATE: October 7, 2018. The pattern, which now contains instructions for making five animal pins, is also available as a single download here.

In fact, this month’s issue of Happily Hooked is full of quick, last minute gift ideas. From warm and pretty hats, scarves and blankets to cute amigurumi to tasteful home décor items, the issue contains a variety of delicious crochet projects that can be whipped up in an evening. If you—like me—enjoy quick and easy Holiday projects, you need to get this issue! 😁

What’s more, this month you can get 20% off the digital magazine subscription when you subscribe via my affiliate link below.

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Happy hookin’! ❤


P.S. Thanks to these wonderful ladies for testing this pattern: AmiFan, Monika Weber, Fiona McQueen, Veronique Flawine, Mia Svensson, & Viviana Lores. What would I do without you! 😘


7 thoughts on “Wild Things Amigurumi Pins

  1. AmiFan says:

    Love these brooches… And it was a great gift to test them for you. I have given them already away… little childeren love little presents. In the Netherlands we have Sinterklaas on 56h of Decembre. And he gives presents to childeren (like Santa Claus). So these brooches were a nice gift.

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