Free Patterns


If you like my free amigurumi patterns, would you please consider making a small donation to an organization that works for animal welfare in Nepal?

Animal Nepal is a not for profit organization committed to improving the lives of animals in Nepal. This small, underfunded—yet fiercely committed—organization has been treating, neutering/spaying street dogs, providing them shelter, and helping them find their forever home. Animal Nepal is also known for their relentless fight against animal abuse—a widespread problem in Nepal—including those of working equines and working elephants.

If you want to learn more about Animal Nepal, please visit their website or their Facebook page. To make a donation, click here to go to Animal Nepal donation page.

Thank you for caring.






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205 thoughts on “Free Patterns

  1. Barbara says:

    Hi there,
    I love all your litte ami’s and love to make these little things as well. However, I too, am having trouble getting the patterns. Any ideas?

  2. Barbara says:

    Hi there,

    That is so very nice of you, I would like to get Hit Girl and Honey Boo, they are just too cute. Thank you again for sharing your patterns.


  3. Skye Dupre says:

    Thank you SooooooOOOOooOO…. much for the wonderful free patterns. I am VERY impressed with the quality of the items you are giving. Not everyone does that. THANKS AGAIN!! Skye HUGGGGGSSSSSS…

  4. Ruthann Grace Little says:

    i love making your patterns as they are very well written. I’ve made Amy and Cookie so far. I love Cookie. She is the best stuffed toy I’ve ever made. I love the whole theme with the story behind it. I admire your talent and thank you from the bottom of my heart for such good quality instructions and for free. How kind of you. Wishing you and yours a Very Mmerry Christmas!

    • Twisted Fibers says:

      It’s very kind of you to say so 🙂 I’m sooooo happy you’ve enjoyed making these little girls and I hope you’ll also love all my (yet to be designed!) amigurumis that will be posted here in future 😀 Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones!

  5. Wanda Lindfeldt says:

    Love love love your patterns! you are very talented! However, I am not able to locate Miss Kitty Catty pattern. Could you please provide me with the link? Congrats on being chosen to provide patterns!

    • Twisted Fibers says:

      Thank you so much, Wanda! The pattern will be published soon in a new amigurumi book by I’m currently working on the pattern with the publisher. Will post an update on this blog when the book is ready:)

  6. Marlene Elwood says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful creations with us, your hard work is very much appreciated. Love and hugs from an addicted amigurumi fan. xx

  7. amilovesgurumi says:

    I love your style, all your Amigurumi and the beautiful photos. I know how much work it is, but you also have a great talent and the results are adorable. Thank you for sharing!

  8. Candy says:

    Hi, Is there a revision for the Beach Bunnies pattern? You have the instructions for the arms twice and I don’t see the pattern for the legs. Thank you.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Your creations are wonderful. Thanks for supplying the free programs. I especially like Mr. Mojo and the bears. Would the pattern for Mr. Mojo be available, for sale or free. He would be the perfect gift for my son. Keep up the great work and I’m glad I found your site.

    • Twisted Fibers says:

      Thank you, Carla 🙂 Mister Mojo’s pattern is not yet ready but I’ll definitely post an update as soon as it becomes available. The bears, on the other hand, are free to download. I’m sure you’ll enjoy making them 🙂

  10. Natalie Ritz Pavwoski says:

    Just found you today and I have to tell you, your story about Marius was very moving. I’ve made a donation and I want to tell you I would have gladly paid for Bitzy’s pattern. So because your work is inspiring, the character of your human is heartfelt, and your patterns are free, I will donate again in the future to your charity. We love animals here in our home (more than humans sometimes) and I want to thank you for using your talent and platform of crochet for such a worthy cause. Keep up the great work.

    My birthday is April 20th, I am looking forward to Mister Mojo’s Pattern. 420!!!!

    My love and many hugs,

    • Twisted Fibers says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words as well as for your donation to Animal Nepal, Natalie! It’s people like you who make a difference in the world and encourage folks like us to do more 🙂 By the way, Mister Mojo is thoroughly chuffed to hear you like him. The pattern for this dude is not yet ready (and I’m afraid it will take me some time to get it done) but I’ll post an update on this blog as soon as he is ready. Happy Birthday in advance! 😀

  11. Amanda says:

    Your patterns are lovely and it’s so kind of you to share them with us! I was able to download the teddy bear patterns but when I click on the rabbit pattern the site asks me to log in. Could you please email it to me?
    Thank you so much! ^_^

  12. Jane says:

    Thank you so much for the downloadable dolls ~ took care of some of my 2014 Christmas for me. Now all I have to do is get to work!

  13. Rebecca says:

    I love your work! Such beautiful dolls! I hate to be a terrible nuisance but I cannot download the Cookie Girl pattern even from different internet browsers 😦
    If its not too much to ask and I hate to ask because the pattern is free after all! But if its not too much trouble and if you happen to find the time coud I get a copy e-mailed to me, pretty please? My 5year old loves the picture of the Cookie Girl and would be one happy camper if I can make it for her. Thanks soooooo much for your valuable time and attention and I fully understand if you can’t do it, I still love your patterns and thanks for sharing your designs for free!

  14. Anouska Wheeler says:

    Wow I am so impressed, you are so very clever and inspiring. I am going to keep practising until I can be a neat and as competent as you.

  15. Jane says:

    First of all the above is not my Comment. You emailed me again looking for $$$ for your charity. I had no idea you were such a hard sell. Since I did explain to you that I do use your patterns for charity/donating the finished products giving credit to you as designer to places like Women’s and Children here in our town ~ they are a Shelter for Women who have been abused in a Domestic Violence situation and their children. Imagine how those little ones feel and they HAD your designs to come too. They no longer I stopped making them. I make those that understand the meaning of CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME.

    I had been told that on most occasions thos mothers are running with those children with the clothes on their backs and the children find comfort in these little dolls and the others that I make. Just depends on which the intake councelors give them.

    I am not a rich person, but it is from my own money that I get the necessary materials needed. I never charge one cent for any of them. At Christmas I donate the things I make to more places needing childrens toys. I don’t just crochet, I sew and I quilt. I do a multitude of things for charity.

    Now if you will be so kind as to tell me exactly how I make my MUCH needed donation to your charity I will do so without further hesitation.


    • Tales of Twisted Fibers says:

      Dear Jane,
      First of all, I DO NOT email anyone asking for money. Whenever I post a FREE pattern, I post a note requesting people who use my free patterns to CONSIDER making a donation to Animal Nepal, if they so choose. I DO NOT force anyone to pay anything either directly to me or to any charity. If people do, and some of them most generously have, it is out of their own free will. Please understand that if I wanted to make money out of the patterns that I spent hours designing, I could have simply sold them instead of offering them for free.

      So kindly refrain from making baseless accusations and insinuations that this is some sort of a scam that I’m running here. Like you, I’m not a rich person and I believe in helping others (even though I don’t believe in making a long list of things I do for ‘charity’ and posting it here for the world to see and applaud), and believe me when I say this, I have no interest in helping myself to your hard earned money. I have a job and I make enough to sustain myself, thank you very much. And a last request, since you believe in charity so much, please be a little bit more charitable in your thoughts and words and think before you go on to malign other people’s reputation. Just because the internet offers you anonymity, it’s still not nice to sit behind a screen and throw stones at others just because you can.


  16. Jane says:

    I went to your Donate to Nepal site and made numerous attempts via paypal to make a donation especially to the dog shelter and could not get the site to accept the paypal information. I even had the paypal team working with me at one point. I went to far as to convert my American dollars to European money so I knew what would be coming out of my account. When this matter is cleared up ~ Please let me know and I will gladly make the required donation to your favorite charity.


    • Thelma says:

      Pay Pal where IDIOTS to even try and should have contacted Serah first and these scams are all over the internet so if your not sure PLEASE ask the person first.

  17. Jane says:

    Here is the 4th one of these I’ve gotten ~ when I click on the reply button it takes me straight to here. If you would liked to investigate please do. I’ve answered each one of these to you very nicely and gotten no reply until this one. I’m sorry if you didn’t care for my reply. Nicely didn’t work to get your attention. I didn’t tell you about the charitable work I do to blow my own horn. I told you to let you know ~ 1.) I don’t keep the work for myself and 2.) I do give you credit as the designer.

    When I wrote the reply I was quite frustrated ~ I can imagine you would have been also had you received 4 over a span of months from you with the same request. Replied to these ~ and received only one reply ~ the one only moments ago.

    I have also in the past emailed/commented on how much I’ve enjoyed your patterns ~ no reply there either. I think it’s a shame you feel the need to take down your site over such a small thing as a disagreement over charities, but you must do what you feel you must do.

    I had intended to buy your 2 little halloween girls at the end of the week. They are cute. Sorry about that. I was going to use my credit card.

    See ya,

    PS It would not copy. If you know of a way to get this original to you. I will be happy to forward it to you for your investigation.

    To Thelma ~ I don’t remember directing any communication/correspondence to you. I have been using PayPal for quite some time probably longer than you have been alive and I could not get it to work this time. I know it’s hard for you to believe, but there is a first for everything. There is your AH HAH moment!

    • Cynthia Rhodes says:

      I first want to explain to Jane why she can get a reply from someone to whom she did not send an e-mail. In the comment section of a blog, ANYONE can reply to any comment in that blog (just like I am doing right now). That is how and why “Thelma” left a reply to one of your comments on Serah’s blog. And you should also realize that everyone can read comments and replies left on this blog.

      I must comment to you, Jane, about your “accusation” that Serah requires a donation to her charity. Serah does not require a donation to any charity. She has generously shared her patterns for free. She only asks that you consider leaving a donation to her charity. And why Thelma called this a scam is beyond me. If you are only asked to consider leaving a donation and you don’t want to, then don’t. And if you are required to leave a donation (which is the same as a purchase), just don’t “purchase” the pattern.

      And if you are upset about the situation, just quit reading the blog. Let the rest of us who understand what Serah’s blog is about read it and enjoy the FREE patterns she creates for us. And if we want to support her charity, that is our decision.

      I only hope that those of us who are loyal to Serah can convince her not to stop sharing her patterns with us. She has a wonderful talent and a beautiful soul and that is why she shares with others.

      To Jane (and Thelma) I can only say that you need to learn a little more about how blogs work and look in a dictionary for the definition of “Required” and “Consider” before you accuse anyone else of a “SCAM” and malign their reputation.

      Cynthia Rhodes

  18. Jane says:

    New comment on Tales of Twisted Fibers

    Hello! If you liked my free amigurumi patterns, would you please consider making a small donation to an organization that works for animal welfare in Nepal? Animal Nepal is a not for profit organization committed to improving the lives of animals in Nepal. This small, underfunded—yet fiercely committed—organization has been treating, neutering/spaying street dogs, providing […]

    Wow I am so impressed, you are so very clever and inspiring. I am going to keep practising until I can be a neat and as competent as you.


    This is the best I could do in copying and sending this email to you. This is exactly what the 4th email supposedly from you read as ~ Same as the previous 3. As I’ve said in regards to the previous 3 I wrote to you very nicely.

    What do you suggest I do?


    • Snow says:


      The first part is a direct quote from the page, the second part about how you are so clever does not sound like how Serah writes at all. In fact it sounds like some scammer or 13 year old prankster has been contacting you. Check the email address and be absolutely sure that it is exactly the same before you accuse people, because that sounds like a prank email.


    • Cynthia Rhodes says:

      Jane, I have figured out what is happening. You have apparently selected to receive any replies left to your original comment to Serah. These will come to your e-mail as an E-MAIL FROM SERAH.

      As Snow pointed out in her reply above, the first part of the reply from “Hello” to “providing” is accurate and is directly from Serah’s blog. She asks for you to “consider” a donation, she does not “require” a donation.

      The second part, “Wow I am so impressed, you are so very clever and inspiring. I am going to keep practising until I can be a neat and as competent as you” is not from Serah, but if from a comment left by Anouska Wheeler on October 4, 2014 at 6:36 pm. I do not know how you copied it along with the other part, but they are completely separate from each other.

      So once again, the e-mails that you are receiving are probably coming directly from this comment section of the blog where you left your original comments. As to why Serah has not replied to all of your comments, just look at all the comments she gets. I wouldn’t expect her to answer every one of them, but I think she does a very good job of it.

      Unfortunately, I think this whole situation occurred because of misunderstandings, not enough knowledge of the workings of blogs regarding the comments section, and a temporary glitch in the PayPal link to make payments to Animals Napal.

      Jane, please reconsider the hurtful statements you made to Serah and gather your thoughts again. Read through all the comments of others who truly love her and her generosity. If you are still unhappy about the situation, comment to her again, but try to be a little more diplomatic and considerate of her feelings.


      • Jane Lawson says:

        To Serah & All,

        First ~ let me say I did look on the website for a “contact” area in an effort to bring this to Serah’s attention & hers alone. I couldn’t find another way to communicate with her. It had been my hope the entries were pre-read before being entered on the comment section.

        Second ~ I have commented to Serah about how darling her patterns are & on her talent most especially when I ask her permission to make her dolls for charitable purposes. I even wrote her again in the comments section to let her know the tremendous smiles her dolls received from these children who had given up so much. I hoped it would bring a smile to her face – her talent was making a child’s very difficult changing world a little happier. Again, I would have liked to have given her this information privately leaving it up to her the decision to share it with all of you. I have never expected an answer from Serah, I am very aware I am only 1 person among many. I am confident she is quite busy being creative & I have always been perfectly fine with that.

        My brain does not think in the vein toward scams. If that is the case, Serah you may want to look to see if your site has been compromised. The 1st “email” from you came a long long time after I had made my initial comments they have long since rotated off your site. It was so long ago I think I discovered you by accident when you put your 3rd or 4th doll on your site. I can no longer remember when that was.

        I would have maybe judged it a scam if from my personal email the “reply” button on the email from the “Twisted Threads” site didn’t take me to the comment section of the site. There is someone out there awfully smart!

        Again, I do hate to see you close your site. I do enjoy making your dolls for the little ones in our city and also my own. If any of you would want to be kind & let me know when pay pal is working I’d like to make a donation.


    • Jane says:

      Just wanted to let you know that I think I’ve grasped how the blog thing works now. For every patter I’ve taken I’ve made a donation to Nepal. In addition since I believe it was an earthquake that has devastated so much there I have been making regular donations to the Red Cross here that started collecting for Nepal’s people almost immediately.
      Thanks for helping me understand the concept of a blog.
      Again Sorry Sereh ~ please forgive me ~ I really didn’t know.

      • Tales of Twisted Fibers says:

        Hi Jane,
        It was nothing but a big misunderstanding. Tempers flew and words were said but I’m glad it’s all sorted now, thanks to Cynthia who figured out what was happening and patiently explained it to us. Well, we live, we learn. So no need to apologize again; we’re good now. 🙂 And thanks so much for donating to the earthquake relief fund. You’re a good person. 🙂

  19. Jane Lawson says:


    Okay, I easily admit I’m not so much blog fluent. Whomever that person is needs something constructive to do. Too much time on their hands. Too, at least if I’m upset about something Serah could find me ~ I did sign my name & I did not use some passive/aggressive disorder tactic. Cynthia, a coward uses that rather than stepping into the light & making their complaint known allowing the other to defend themselves and/or make it right. It could be nothing other than a break down in communication or in this case someone maliciously involving themselves where they have no business being.

    Cynthia, if I can please ask you to direct me how to undo what it is you said I did so I don’t have to worry about this individual again. If you know Serah I’d suggest to her to block that one from her blog. What a mess

    Thank you for your kindness & your understanding explanation,


    • Cynthia Rhodes says:

      Jane, in response to your requests above, look at the very top of Serah’s blog and you will see these words:
      These are links to different areas of the blog. Click on ABOUT and read through it until Serah directs you to use a special form to send comments directly to her. Follow the directions given for that form and it will only go to Serah.

      On the second point, click on REPLY that is after this comment I am writing. But before you type anything, look at the bottom of this area for two check boxes. The first one says “Notify me of new comments via email” and the second one says “Notify me of new posts via email.” If you do not want to receive any more comments that are added about this issue, make sure the first block is not checked. If you do not want to be notified when Serah makes a new post to her blog, make sure the second block is not checked. And of course the reverse applies also. Check the first box if you want to receive all comments regarding this issue, and check the second box if you want to be notified of new posts from Serah. You can also only check one box if you only desire notification of comments or new posts.

      I hope this has helped explain how to use the Comments Section. And I hope for everyone, this will put to rest the misunderstandings that caused this mess in the first place. And I think all of us, including Jane, hope that Serah will continue to provide free patterns for us to enjoy and create more elaborate ones for us to purchase.

  20. Jane says:

    Cynthia & All,

    Thank you for your instruction ~ I did find those notification boxes confusing. Your clarification has helped more than you will ever know. Hopefully now I will get it correct.

    I hope also, that Serah, has been keeping up with these exchanges and is aware of what has taken place on her blog. That she has witnessed that she not only has wonderful people enjoying her patterns, but we are adults who are forgiving and that misunderstandings do take place. I truly was unaware of your nusance of 13 years ago (Snow enlightened me also). There should be something that could be done about that one.

    I did not see the way to contact Serah when I was exploring to find it I’m am sorry I missed it. I would have much rather kept it there and if there is ever a next time which I hope there never is ~ I now know how to reach her solely thanks to Cynthia.

    I will run for now. I am going to block Anouska Wheeler, the crappy, mean person if you can call IT that from my email. Then I’ve got some quilting to do. Fall has arrived here and I’ve got a quilt to finish for a grandson ~ 5 1/2 mo. old.

    Take care,

    • Tales of Twisted Fibers says:

      Jane, will you please stop calling people names? Anouska Wheeler did not mail you. She left a comment (and a rather lovely one at that) for me on my blog, a notification of which was sent to your email because you had selected to receive email notifications for all comments made on this page as Cynthia has so kindly and painstakingly explained to you.

      The reason you see my request for donation to Animal Nepal every time you receive a notification from this blog is because WordPress automatically includes a preview of the text from the page on which a new comment is made. As soon as you turn off the check box that says “Notify me of new comments via email”, you will not be bothered by any further notifications.

      Our lovely Cynthia may have an infinite reserve of patience but I do not. Next time anyone abuses anyone else on my blog, I will mark their email as spam, which basically means their comments will go straight to the junk folder and not appear here. This is a fun, happy place for people who love and support each other and I will not allow anyone to turn it into a cesspool.

  21. BellaKarma says:

    Dear Cynthia,

    Thank you so much for taking the time to clarify the workings of blog comments. I know from experience it takes a lot of patience to explain, and I appreciate the time you took.

    By the way, you share the same name as one of my favorite actresses from the 80’s. 🙂

    • Cynthia Rhodes says:

      Dear Bella,

      Thank you for the kind words. I just do not want Serah to be hurt by this whole mess that started out because of a misunderstanding of computers. They are supposed to make our lives better, not more complicated and harmful.

      My married name is Rhodes. I have received that comment before when writing checks for purchases. The funny thing is that I have never seen the actress Cynthia Rhodes in anything to my knowledge.

      May the Faeries Shine Upon You!


      • Tales of Twisted Fibers says:

        Thank you so much, my dear Cynthia, for figuring out this mess and for taking the time and trouble to explain it to everyone, especially to Jane. You practically held this blog together during my absence and I cannot thank you enough for that. I went through both your emails just moments ago and I cannot even begin to tell you how much your words have calmed and soothed me. You are such a lovely soul and I’m glad we met each other through this blog. Thank you so much for being there for me. I’ll be emailing you soon 🙂

  22. Jane says:

    Hi Cynthia,

    As far as I can remember last night I did not check the first block and I got the above message in my email box. I am here trying it out again. That’s all I’m here for folks. Wish me luck this time. I’ll get it right eventually.

    Serah, hang in there with me til I understand how this blog stuff works.


  23. Kris Tina says:

    love to your patterns. they are so cute. especially the donkey blue hoodie ^^ i looking for married couple for my friend who will get married soon. are you have any ideas? just email me on thank you so much for sharing all the patterns ^v^

    • Tales of Twisted Fibers says:

      Batman sends a high-five to the little fella for pointing out the absence of his cape. He wants him to know that he lost the cape during a fight (it got torn to shreds!). But since he managed to free Gotham City of some more bad guys, he says losing his cape was totally worth it. 🙂

  24. Barbara S. Ratter says:

    I just love your patterns, and I can’t even express how grateful I am that you share them for free. I have made several of your dolls and when I show them to the girls at work they all want one. Keeps me very busy. THANK YOU Barb Ratter

  25. Jane Lawson says:

    Thank you! I so enjoy your free patterns. Your Christmas offering to us this darling reindeer I am working on now. I am also glad that on an occasion I can help do some good for other animals I have 2 rescue dogs myself. Enjoy your holidays to you & all who read your blog.

  26. cynthia fields says:

    thank-you so much for sharing your patterns-i’m so grateful-really-my money is really funny this year and i ‘ve searched for a pattern that i could use to make my grandkids something a little special. again-thank-you

    • Tales of Twisted Fibers says:

      I’m so touched to know that my patterns sometimes play a teeny weeny role in bringing smiles and a bit of happiness around. Thank you for leaving me this message. You have no idea how happy this makes me. I wish you good fortune and a great year ahead. 🙂

  27. DeAnna Crabtree says:


  28. Florence says:

    Thank you for these wonderful patterns ! Some french people asked me to translate the batman pattern, do I have your OK ?

  29. marcia loftin says:


  30. Barbara says:

    I downloaded the batman pattern but there is no pattern for the body part can yu tell me where to find it at .Thank-you Barb

  31. Relie says:

    Hello, your designs are really amazingly cute! You should register on Etsy and sell them. You would probably get a broader audience (?). Thanks a lot for making some of them available!. If you decide to sell your totoro kid pattern one day. I would be interested as well.

  32. Roxie says:

    Hello There! I am just a little confused about a pattern. The Naughty and Nice Bears….Very nicely written, lovely pages, materials listed, And then I see “hook” but there is no size. Does this mean that the pattern can be worked with any hook or yarn?
    Thank You for your Help. Roxie

  33. Sherri says:

    You are such a talented woman.
    I love all your patterns, and have purchased your patterns, too.
    I love how you give links to things that would go with what I would be working on.
    I have shared your website with my friends, and they all thanked me.
    Again, fabulous job.

  34. barbara says:

    Hello I just adore your patterns! I have three granddaughters and will make the girl patterns for each of them. Thank you for your free patterns, I just love them all.

  35. Geraldine Giles says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your lovely patterns with us. I have only just found your page and all your designs are beautiful i love Amigurumi its so cute 🙂 I hope you and your family have a lovely Christmas 🙂

  36. Lorena says:

    Thank you for giving us your beautiful patterns for free. I’m about to start the little Batman for my 3 year old nephew. I’m sure he’ll love it.

  37. Sandi says:

    Thank you for all these beautiful patterns. The work you have put into them is amazing. I would like to ask what happened to the link for the Cynthia doll pattern?

  38. Cheryl Arnold says:

    Is there any way I can get the pattern for mimi the mime panda? My mother loves all your characters, and she has been looking for a panda to make my niece and mimi is perfect . Thank you

  39. Cynthia says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your patterns. I am also having trouble downloading the gorgeous patterns. I would love to use the Batman and Super Ted “little people.” I have listed my email number below, if you can send them to me, I would very much appreciate it. Kind regards…Cynthia

  40. shirley sarmento says:

    hey i just found a picture that is one of your dolls and i have to say im in love however i can not find the pattern in the files at all. the image is of what looks like a viking maiden or a female wit horns i would love to find the pattern !!! i love your work
    thanks in advance

  41. Tere says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your patterns, they are gorgeus!!
    I’ve seen a Deadpool’s picture and my son asks me all the time…Mum, have you crocheted the Deadpool for me?😄
    I would like to buy the pattern if you have It available.
    Thanks in advance

    • Tales of Twisted Fibers says:

      Hi Tere. I tend to work on multiple designs at a time and most of the times, a few of them get abandoned midway. Deadpool, unfortunately, was one of those designs. I’m flattered that you like him even without his head. 🤓 At the same time, I’m kicking myself for not completing the pattern because I know many crocheters would have love to make one. 😔

  42. Anita says:

    Hi, i have a question. In the pattern “Holiday Bear” by “Legs” i see “round 14-15” sc around (18) and the next is “round 17”. I don’t see “round 16”. Can you help me out? Thanks!!

  43. Sue says:

    Thankyou for the free patterns of the tree angels
    They are gorgeous. Will definitely be making them for the tree this year.

  44. Loredana Ongaro says:

    Hallo, ich finde die Muster wunderschön, ich häkele gerade Batman für meinem Sohn (35) gibt eine Anleitung auf Deutsch?, Vielen Dank und weiter so sie machen viele Menschen glücklich
    Liebe Grüße

  45. Dianne says:

    Hi Jane, thank you for the free patterns. I had wanted to make a new doll for my granddaughter. She will be turning 2 at the end of this week.
    One thing I learned was not to work on it when I was tired. Lol I ended up having to remove the head twice for things! Thanks again!

  46. Meredith says:

    Thank you so much for the free pattern! Question where are you finding a chestnut brown? For the Rudy Reindeer?
    I’m having trouble with the ears. Have made them twice and the result is a small circle and nothing triangle shaped… suggestions?

  47. Dani says:

    Hi, I was wondering what type and thickness of plastic you used for The Little Red Devil. I’m not sure what I can use for it. Also what exactly does the plastic do? Does it actually make it stand up?

  48. Sophia says:

    Thank you so much for all the lovely patterns. I’m trying my hand at Chuckie for now and I have a question regarding the shoes. The round with the back post single crochets says I should only make 24, but what about the 4 stitches that are left in that round? Am I supposed to change the beginning of the round to after the 24 bpsc, but then the shoe turns out crooked. Otherwise I’m not quite sure how to proceed there. At the moment the sole of my first shoe looks a bit off, so I would appreciate an answer, so that I can make the second shoe properly.
    Thank you so much again, I hope you have a lovely day 💕

  49. Nidia Medina says:

    Hola, apenas la descubrí y me encantaron sus patrones, vi a Chucky y me enamoré!!! Una pregunta, a la novia TIFFANY no tiene su patrón? Gracias por compartir sus conocimientos. Un abrazo!

  50. Jen says:

    Do you happen to remember what brand yarn you used for your Ash v Evil Dead? If you don’t remember the brand, do you remember whether it was cotton or wool or some other kind of fiber?

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