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.

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: .  

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


Byteowl said...

I just felt the need to leave a short note saying how much I appreciate both your talent and patterns. You've inspired both myself and my 13 year old daughter to give crocheting a go. The Pokemon were the clinchers. Side note here, she said she invented a new stitch she has dubbed "the surprise indestructible knot", I tried telling her I doubt its a new stitch. lol But anyway, thank you so much from both of us!

Arthur Tse said...

Hii, ive used so many of your patterns. They always seem to look 'right' and exact to the pokemon. Just wondering (i think its somewhere but cant find it) can i sell the ones i made to my friends?

Thanks Arty

Ps. Im a 16 yr old guy crocheting dont judge me

Ac-smooth said...

the patters are really giving me a hard time thanks for posting this to make it clear . I think a rather try pokemon patterns to use

from a mighty student

crazyfordots said...

Where are you Linda? Your lasts post was in March and now it's almost August. I hope nothing has happend to you:(

WolfDreamer said...

I'm sorry crazyfordots, I know I've been MIA, but let me explain.

My Husband was taken to the hospital on Easter Sunday with double pneumonia, which almost immediately went septic. He was in a coma for 12 days, and in the hospital for six weeks. He's home now, but still recovering. In fact, he had an appt. this afternoon with his cardiologist.

I have just been extremely busy with taking care of my honey while he keeps getting better. :D

Hopefully, as he continues to improve, I'll have a bit more time to work on making patterns again!

Roberta Bortoluzzi said...

Olá amiga, tenho um blog sobre artes em geral, o Agulha e Tricot by Tita Carré, já visitastes?
Adoro teu blog, sempre tem coisas lindas,

molly said...


molly said...

Sorry about you husband.:( I hope he is better soon!:)

Priscila said...

I hope things get better for you and your family!!!

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