Crochet Pattern: The Reversible Expressions Animal Series
This is “Little yarn friends” Reversible Expressions Animal Series featuring Lil’ Puppy Blu, Lil’ Green Kitty and Lil’ Pink Bunny. As mentioned in my Blog Post, this Creation is to help raise awareness for SPCA (Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) in hope to provide all pets and animals a good home and a better life. I would love to share this adorable and meaningful creation to anyone who is interested in making one for yourself to keep, to make it as a gift for your loved ones or simply to spread the love for animals and to stop animal cruelty.
The fun part of this Amigurumi Project is you get to design not just one but TWO expressions for your little animal friends, switch the faces around and make them come alive!
Feel free to ask me any questions. Comments are welcome too. I would LOVE to see pictures of your work(s) using my patterns. You can share it on “Little Yarn Friends Facebook Page” or e-mail me at email@example.com. Thank you in advance and Happy Crocheting!
Before we begin, you might want to click ”Here” to read the story behind this creation and how I piece this creation together. It might help you in your assembling later.
If not, let’s begin!
Lil’ Puppy Blu, Lil’ Green Kitty & Lil’ Pink Bunny went out to play
As mentioned in my Previous Post, I promised my little friends that I’ll bring them out to play. I snapped some pictures as they were having fun at the playground. Enjoy!
My little friends can’t wait to be at the playground playing with all the little kids.
They love riding the white horse. It’s their favorite! They can ride it for hours.
Lil’ Green Kitty met a new friend. And she won him in the Tic-Tac-Toe game!
Look what Kitty found? Her dream spaceship! She is a happy little cat!
Attempting to keep fit at the fitness corner.
After a strenuous workout, my little friends rested and did some catching up.
And it’s about time to go home. TIll next time. :)
This Creation is to help raise awareness for SPCA (Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) in hope to provide all pets and furry friends a good home and a good life.
Click “HERE” for the Patterns of these adorable animals. :)
Love, Rachel H
The Reversible Expressions Animal Series
Greetings from Little Yarn Friends. I am proud to present to you my latest Creation, “The Reversible Expressions Animal Series”. This is probably one of the creation that I really enjoyed making and it’s the most meaningful Creation I’ve created so far.
One day I was viewing My Milk Toof by Inhae Lee and saw the tiny tooth figurines she made. I always enjoy viewing her blog and her little short stories that she portrays in photographs showcasing her handmade tooth figurines embarking different adventures. She even finds tiny furniture and other props to make the whole set come alive. My friend Catherine (the one who introduced me to this amazing blog) told me that all the tooth figurines are handmade by Inhae Lee. I look at each Tooth in every picture. Each tooth has a different expression on them. That’s a lot of work and dedication! A sudden spark of inspiration came to me. If I can make something that could have changeable expressions, I won’t have to make the same figurine over and over again. I can just change the expressions on the face. That’s a great idea isn’t it? And that’s how the Reversible Expressions came about.
I’ve made 3 little lovely animals for this series. They are:
1. Lil’ Puppy Blu:
You probably know him already since he is the first puppy I created few weeks ago. Click HERE to read the full story behind Lil’ Puppy Blu’s creation.
Characteristics: He has a fun-loving and adorable nature. He loves to play fetch all day and he needs to eat his favourite chicken flavoured treats at least twice a day. His friendly and playful nature made him everybody’s favourite.
2. Lil’ Green Kitty:
Characteristics: She is an adventurous cat that enjoys outdoor activities. Unlike other cats, she doesn’t spend her day dazing or relaxing. She is always hyper and always seeking for new quests and adventures. She dreams to be a space cat someday.
3. Lil’ Pink Bunny:
Characteristics: She is a shy little bunny that loves to hide in her little hole all day nibbling on carrots. She gets frighten easily especially when there’s loud noises or if it’s too crowded. But she get along well with Lil’ Puppy Blu and Lil’ Green Kitty.
I chose these 3 animals because they are common pets we keep at home. Some pets are blessed with loving families and homes whereas some are not as lucky. They are abandoned or ill-treated. Some do not have proper hygienic space to stay, some are sick and are not treated in time, some are tortured, some are starve, etc. My heart really goes out to all these animals. I’ve always wanted to help these animals, to give them a better home and a better life. Every living thing in this world is precious be it big or small. This Creation is solely dedicated to all our animal friends in the world, to raise awareness to stop abandoning animals and animal abuse. These little ones added so much joy in our lives, we should make them happy too. If you would like to help these animals, one way is by donation. Click HERE to Know/ Help/ Donate to SPCA (Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). A little helping hand makes a big difference in their lives. Thank you in advance!
Here are some Work-In-Progress Pictures:
I made the Outer Head using 8ply Acrylic Yarn with a 3.5mm hook and the Inner Head using the same yarn with a 3.0mm hook. Then I slot the Inner piece to the Outer piece (you can see it on the bottom right picture).
On the left is a picture of the body and on the right are Lil’ Green Kitty’s Arms and Legs. After completing all the body parts, it’s time to sew them in place.
Note: All 3 Animals have the same pattern except for their ears.
And here’s the whole gang. Don’t they resemble the Power Puff Girls? Haha. Any similarities is purely coincidental. Of course I went photo crazy again (as usual). I love my new friends! Let’s welcome them with open arms. *Weee*
Demonstrating how to reverse their faces. :)
These little pals were playing hide and seek. Seems like Lil’ Puppy Blu couldn’t find his 2 friends. “They are right behind you, hiding inside those paper bags.”
Look at Lil’ Pink Bunny, she is blushing while posing for the camera. Lil’ Green Kitty is hiding sneakily behind her, waiting for a good chance to scare her. Playful little cat.
Lil’ Puppy Blu and Lil’ Pink Bunny is relaxing while Lil’ Green Kitty is still jumping around.
After a tiring day of photoshoot for them, as a reward, I took them out to play the next day. As you can see, they really love to play. I snapped pictures as they were having fun. I will share the photos in my Next Post.
Click “Here” for the Patterns of these adorable animals. Thank you for taking time to read this lengthy post. I really appreciate it.
Crochet with Love, Rachel H
P.S: Be Kind to Animals. Protect our lovely Animals and Stop Animal Cruelty.
SPCA (Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). http://www.spca.org.sg/
I know Little Yarn Friends has been pretty quiet for a week. Thank you for your patience. I’m happy to announce that I’ve finally completed my “Reversible Expressions Animal Series.” Yay! Most of you already know Lil’ Puppy Blu. Now, let me introduce you 2 new friends, Lil’ Green Kitty and Lil’ Pink Bunny. They are really excited to meet all of you!!
This Creation is to help raise awareness for SPCA (Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) in hope to provide all pets and furry friends a good home and a good life. Full blog post coming soon! Stay tune.
Crochet Pattern: Nyan Cat
Calling all Nyan Cat lovers, here’s the pattern of my Amigurumi Nyan Cat. Feel free to ask me any questions. Comments are welcome too. I would LOVE to see pictures of your work(s) using my patterns. You can share it on “Little Yarn Friends Facebook Page” or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy Crocheting!
Before we begin, you might want to click ”Here” to read more on how I create and piece this cute little kitty together. It might help you in your assembling later.
If not, let’s begin!