• Author: Projectarian

    Scuba Diver | Marrying a fisherman | Real-life mermaid who made unicorns in her spare time & turned it into her full-time job, Jessie is the crochet designer of fantastical beasts & keeper of their menagerie. Visit Projectarian here https://www.projectarian.com/
  • Apollo the Octopus

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    This floppy friend is a large amigurumi with lots of repetitive parts, making him a slow and steady project, similar to crocheting an afghan. This also makes him a therapeutic project to relax and zone out with while travelling in the car, bingeing on your favourite series, or watching the kids’ soccer game.

    Amigurumi, Projectarian
  • Hubble the Squid

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    Hubble is an easy-peasy pattern with almost no sewing. He’s crocheted together in one piece and all you have to sew is the eyes! This 26 page pattern has just over 100 photos to guide you effortlessly through making your own snuggly cephalopod. If you want to be spoon-fed through your first amigurumi as a beginner, this pattern is for you!

    Amigurumi, Projectarian
  • Mars the Bunny

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    Here's Mars's write-up: Mars the bunny is an almost entirely no-sew Amigurumi, where you only have to attach the eyes at the end. This bun comes in 2 sizes (15 and 20 cm) which you can use to make a whole bunny family! Palm-sized pose-able, Mars can sit up at attention or lay down with his legs either kicked out or tucked under his body.

    Amigurumi, Projectarian
  • Jupiter the Rabbit

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    Jupiter is a sensory weighted toy made from merino yarn, a natural fiber, hand dyed with a deliciously fresh candy rainbow of colours! We are naturally drawn to natural materials; holding and touching them has a positive effect on us. Toys made with natural fibers are durable and can be handed down to your child’s future siblings and even their own children one day. Jupiter’s merino body is the perfect bundle of soft, natural warmth and squishy-ness!

    Amigurumi, Projectarian