Friday, August 19, 2016

Tiny Teddy & Friends With A Tree To Hide In


Here's a round up of this entire series including the tree! There are 8 different patterns, all free. Most of them also have video tutorials. The tree is about 6 inches tall. Not all available are pictured above, scroll down this page for links and pictures.

 Lil' Oak Hiding Tree opens up to hide 4 little friends inside. There are also pouches designed into the leaves that will hold a friend or two. Click here for this unique pattern that also has a full video tutorial.


 Lil' Trouble Teddy is about 3 inches tall and can be modified into different animals. This pattern includes instructions to make a bear, koala and a frog.


Sly the Tiny Fox is a modified version of the Lil' Trouble Teddy. He has a big tail that you can leave as is or brush out using a steel pet brush. Sly has his own pattern page here.


Next we have Ace the Tiny Squirrel.  You can use different things to brush out the tail but I found a steel pet brush the quickest and most effective way to brush acrylic yarn. Click here for this cute pattern.
Using the same pattern along with just a few slight modifications  you can also make a skunk here.


Finally we have Nugget the Tiny Owl with big wonky eyes. He watches over the tree at night! What a cute little guy. Pick up the pattern here


  • Lil' Oak Hiding Tree ~ here
  • Lil' Trouble Teddy (includes, koala, bear and frog) ~  here
  • Ace, The Tiny Squirrel ~  here
  • Stinky, The Tiny Skunk ~  here
  • Sly the Lil' Fox ~ here
  • Nugget the Lil' Owl ~  here
I hope you enjoy!

6 comments:

  1. These designs are so special. I love that children really can play with the tree and the little animals. My compliments for you and thanks for sharing.


    Have a great weekend, Margaret

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  2. i would like to have small childern, because my childern are to big for this three ... my compliments for you
    have a nice day
    eva

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  3. What a beautiful collection Sharon! So much to do and so little time :)
    Thank you so much for your hard work and for the patterns, these are in my big list.
    Hugs

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  4. What a wonderful collection. It must take you ages to develop the patterns thank you for sharing.
    Jacky

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  5. So adorable! It looks amazing...and actually kid friendly.

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  6. Por favor, que cosita tan linda, me encantaron.
    Besote!!!

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