Here you can find links to my crochet patterns plus my favorite patterns by other designers (both free and paid). I’ll do my best to update this page regularly so check back often!
The Claire Cowl II: Blog Post
Lacy Glove Tutorial: Blog post with link to free pattern by Gleeful Things
Cuffed Baby Booties: Free pattern from Repeat Crafter Me
Bubbles and Goldfish Teether: Free pattern from One Dog Woof
Urban Jungle Slouchy Hat: Free PDF Download
Puff Stitch Gloves: Free pattern from Hopeful Honey
Pinecone Slouchy Hat: Paid pattern ($4 from Julie King)
Snowman Amigurumi: Free PDF Download
Triple Play Infinity Scarf: Free Pattern
Cable Wrist Warmer: Free PDF
Rustic Fringe Infinity Scarf: Free Pattern by Little Monkeys Crochet
Epic Kawaii: Lalaloopsy and other adorable doll/amigurumi patterns (paid)
The Velvet Acorn: Fantastic knit and crochet clothing/accessory patterns (paid)
Repeat Crafter Me: Blog featuring an abundance of high quality free patterns, including most of the animal/monster hats featured on my blog
All About Ami: Crochet blog featuring free patterns including classy sweaters and great amigurumi patterns with tutorials, as well as lots of insight into the designers’ creative process
Ana Paula Rimoli : The designer who originally inspired me to try amigurumi
Gleeful Things: Crochet blog with tons of tested free and paid patterns. My favorite designer for slouchy hats
Favorite Crochet/Knitting suppliers
The Clay Bean Co.: Adorable handmade knitting needles and crochet hooks–she does custom work as well!
Polymer Clay Creations: Gorgeous crochet hooks with polymer handles–I especially love these for smaller hook sizes, the thicker handle makes them much more comfortable to use for long periods of time.
Furls Crochet: Luxury ergonomic crochet hooks–pricey but gorgeous!
*Note: While I love the design of Furls hooks, and they are definitely easier on the hands, I had an issue with both of the hooks I received from their Candyshop line. After using them for a few months, the heads snapped off mid-stitch! Granted, I crochet pretty tightly, but for the price of these hooks ($44.95 at the time) I would expect them to be a bit more durable. The sizes I ordered were F and G. This might not be an issue with the larger sizes, but I would not recommend them for projects that require maintaining a tight tension, like amigurumi.
Nelson Wood: A somewhat more affordable option for those yearning for a wooden Furls hook
Unraveled Ewe: Another affordable wooden hook option. I haven’t tried their products yet but they come highly recommended by other yarn crafters, so they’re on my future purchases list.