Saturday, April 18, 2015

Browning the Bear With Egg and Without

Meet Browning the Bear.

Browning is a special bear because he can hold treasures inside his body! His body is hollow and can be opened and closed. I first introduced him (the one furthest right) just before Easter this year 2015. I made him along with a monkey named Rosey. If you missed that post see it here, there's lots of cute pictures to see. And today I give you his pattern!  I also wrote up a pattern for the same bear that has no egg inside and that one is the first one on the left. You can find both patterns below, please read through all the instructions and information I've provided first, this will help you along as smoothly as possible. I will have a video tutorial asap (I can't give a date) just check back for pattern updates.

I'd love to see your finished bear so post pictures on my facebook page Amigurumi Freely. There is a print friendly button at the bottom of this pattern. If you would like to leave a donation please do so by using the donation button also located at the bottom of this pattern.

Thank you so much and enjoy!

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

With Egg or Without

Happy Tuesday!

Now Easter is over and we can get back to the task at hand. Patterns!! Over the holiday I made 5 different style amigurumis with plastic eggs in them. So that you can hide goodies in them and at the same time use up all those eggs that are left empty after the big hunt.

If you missed my latest post, here's a photo recap. I'll link the posts for

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Browning and Rosey Easter Eggs Round Two!

Oh what fun to be a bear and a monkey!

Tonight my youngest son and I watched Harry Potter and I did what I do best while watching movies, I crocheted! I wanted to use up more of those plastic eggs. If you missed my latest posts I've been using plastic Easter eggs and yarn together to make really fun amigurumi, the kind of amigurumi you can hide goodies in!
So tonight was round two with the eggs and I ended up with a very playful monkey and a very cute bear. My son named the bear Browning and I named the monkey

Friday, April 3, 2015

Stacking Totoros DIY Made With Plastic Easter Eggs

And the last of my Easter Egg projects for tonight is the stacking Totoros! It seems meant to be doesn't it?! Totoro has a natural egg shape anyway so this works out just perfectly.

If you missed my earlier posts I have 2 other projects done with these plastic eggs.
Froggy Catches Flies
The Old Lady Who Swallowed Flies
I might end up making one or two more. They are quite fun to make. The kids just

The Old Lady Who Swallowed Flies

Hello again!

If you popped in earlier today you would have already seen that today I'm posting my plastic Easter egg projects. Earlier I posted, "Frog Catches Flies" and I said I had 2 more to post. So here's my 2nd post and the 3rd will be up shortly.

I'm sure most of you recognized the "Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly". I remember it

Froggy Catches Flies

Happy Friday everyone! It's actually Good Friday today and what a good day it is! I was able to finish up my plastic Easter egg project.. well I have 3 projects to show you but this post is dedicated solely to the frog and his flies!

I have seen some projects done online with those plastic Easter eggs and I just love the idea so much that I came up with my own. I think a frog catching some flies is very fun indeed! My children LOVE this froggy and giggle each time they see the flies inside his tummy.

The flies are also plastic eggs and they hold 2 little chocolate eggs each..  No wonder that frog loves them, he's getting 2 chocolates with every gulp! And I've

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Save Your Plastic Easter Eggs

Hello everyone!

Just popping in with a quicky to tell you to save your plastic eggs when Easter is over. I have something so fun for you! I've been working on a new pattern and I think you're going to love it. It's not a bunny or a duck or anything, this is different so don't get rid of those eggs! And keep all sizes too, we'll be using all the sizes.

I'll be posting again in the next couple days with a preview so come back soon!

Thanks for stopping by,