Working our way through the Lalylala‘s! This cutie is called Dirk the Dragon, and he was quite a headache to make, but he is super sweet. Love how the yarn choices worked out for him!
We recently completed another of the Lalylala patterns, Lupo the Lamb. This one was fairly easy to assemble, but very time consuming to crochet (poor Shawn). It turned out very cute :)
This is one of the simplest ship designs we make, mostly for ornaments. We tend to sell a lot of these around the holidays – they’re fun, colourful, and easy to customize (we occasionally get commissions to replicate real boats).
This is an itty bitty bunny we made for one of Violet’s friends. Acrylic/wool blend fingering yarn, using the Spring Bunnies pattern by All About Ami. Fingers for scale!
Some of our most popular items at sales are ornaments. This particular one is a more complex ship example; we also do little racing sailboats.
Made recently for a friend’s birthday, from one of the Lalylala 4 Seasons pattern collections (Easter – Lamb Rufus). Loonie for scale!
This little ship and buoy are in a vintage aspirin bottle – hard to find these little bottles, but they’re so fun when we do!
A colourful junk in an old vinegar jug.
Here are a couple of more unique examples of ships in bottles we’ve made, one depicting an action scene, and the other using a more unusual container. The race scene (complete with teeny buoy!) is housed in a vintage bottle, and we’ve experimented with some colour in the sails for …
A couple of ladies in production!