Hey y'all! I'm having a few issues with the layout/template here on the blog. It seems this one is not compatible anymore and so it periodically tries to change it. I'll do some work in the next week or so and change the template so if you have any issues, fear not, I'll have it back up and going in no time! Feel free to email me at WolfdreamerOTH@gmail.com if you need to access something and it doesn't seem to work!

All pages and patterns of this site can now be translated by using the 'Translate this Page' Gadget at the top of the right hand column of every page. Hopefully this will help many of you who are more comfortable reading in your native language. :D


All patterns are written assuming that the reader has a basic understanding of crochet and amigurumi, IE: working in rounds, sc increase and decrease, basic understanding of construction of the parts.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Pokemon GO! Let's have some FUN!

Hey y'all!    One of our followers,  Carla, had a marvelous idea and made a facebook page for it.   Her idea is to crochet pokeballs and even pokemon and release them onto the wild for Pokémon GO! players to find on their adventures!

Leave a short note with your creation explaining  what it is and especially a link to her facebook page so that they can learn where it came from... Even posting a picture on the page with them and their find!  How neat is this??!  😀


I'm so very excited about this project,  I hope that all y'all will be too!   Click on the link and go like and follow her page so we can help her make a great community of players and crocheters!

Get those hooks out and let's get some Pokémon out there!

http://www.facebook.com/pokeballclub

#pokeballclub

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

It's been a while, I know

Hey y'all!

It's been a while (nearly a year) since my last post. I've had a rough year to say the least, but hopefully things are starting to get back to more of a normalcy. Those of you on Facebook already know most of it.

On Easter Sunday of last year, both my husband and youngest daughter were rushed to the E. R. with double pneumonia. My daughter was allowed to go back home with me, but was so very sick. My husband however, was admitted to the hospital here into ICU. I was at home with our youngest, because she needed constant care. That night, he was air flighted to a larger hospital in a coma. He stayed in the coma for 12 days, (all this time my youngest was still needing care while recovering from her illness so I wasn't able to be at the hospital with him, as it was two hours away – so my oldest daughter and son in law stayed with him) Then it was six more weeks in the hospital while I stayed with him there and my daughters handled things at home - and then much rehab at home.

Just about the time that he was getting back to good health, I ended up in the ER. I was diagnosed with gall stones and sent home with advice to see a surgeon. A month later I was back in the ER, this time with acute pancreatitis and sent to the same hospital two hours away for emergency surgery. During the first surgery one of the ducts of my gall bladder that was full of stones sort of disintegrated and left a huge hole in my liver. So I was fitted with drain tubes and several days later they did more surgery to repair my liver. This was not fun.

I am however, now back on my feet, and have been working on designs more and more. I can't crochet much at one time (due to the ganglion cysts in my wrists) but I have been doing a good bit of spinning and knitting to take up the time when I can't crochet. I quite enjoy spinning and dying my wool yarns so in the future I'm sure you'll be seeing quite a bit of those yarns in projects (however, I will always use the acrylic yarn for dolls as it simply holds up best)

I cant make any guesses as to how much I will post right away, but just know I'm trying.  I do have some pictures of shawls and a few other things I've knitted  (tho many other projects of late have been gifted and I neglected to get pics).  I have a couple of crochet designs in the early stages at the moment,  so those will be a little while yet - as I attempt to get back in the groove.

It feels good to feel good again. :D





Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Quick note:

For those of you who have been having problems understanding the 'feet' in the Sonic and Tails patterns,  I've put up a picture rich tutorial for them here:  http://oth-help.blogspot.com/2013/03/sonic-foot-tutorial.html .  

Some of the other patterns have the same (or similar) style of foot,  so it may help with some of the other patterns as well :D

Hope this helps those of you that have been having troubles with the 'foot' instructions for those patterns  :D
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