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The Little Yellow Duck Project

Have you heard of The Little Yellow Duck Project?

"The Little Yellow Duck Project is a global initiative highlighting the life-saving random acts of kindness of blood, bone marrow, and organ and tissue donation. Whilst every random act of kindness has the ability to brighten someone’s day, these donations have the ability to literally save or transform someone’s entire life."

What is the Little Yellow Duck Project?The Little Yellow Duck Project involves people around the world handcrafting little yellow duck gifts as random acts of kindness that are left in public places for others to find. A special tag on each one invites the finder to take their gift home to brighten their day and to visit this website to register where they found their gift. We hope that the stories and information found here will encourage them to pledge their own random act of kindness by registering to donate blood, bone marrow, organs tissues.
I recently heard about this and I couldn't wait a sing…

Halloween MCAL

Fall is finally here! What better way to celebrate 
than to have a MCAL?!
Link to the Halloween MCAL on Ravelry - Clues for this mystery will be given every 2 days. The clues will be given in my Ravelry Group. October 4th, 2014 October 6th, 2014 October 8th, 2014 October 10th, 2014 October 12th, 2014 This mystery crochet along will be a new amigurumi crochet pattern, the finished size is approx. 10 inches from head to foot. You will need…
●Yarn Color MC (recommended colors are light brown, brown, cream, white, black, or any 
variation of these in a multi skein - or any color that goes well with orange) 
● Yarn Color A (Orange)● Small amount of black yarn for nose 
● Small amount of green yarn (about 10 yards or less) 
● 12mm ­ 15mm safety eyes 
● 3.25mm crochet hook (Size D) 
● Fiberfill Stuffing 
● Yarn Needle 
● Sewing Pins to hold pieces in place before sewing (optional) 
● Stitch Markers Towards the end of the mystery you will need to choose 1…

Riley the Rainbow Zebra Crochet Pattern

Meet Riley the Rainbow Zebra, a new crochet pattern! Make him in your favorite rainbow colors to make your own unique zebra. Finished Riley measures approx. 15 1/2 inches. Custom Rileys can be made if requested.

You can find the pattern on Ravelry -

Etsy -

and Craftsy -

Mini Paw Patrol Puppies

I'm starting off a new set of Mini Paw Patrol Puppies. They measure 1 1/2 inches tall and 4 inches long. 

The crochet patterns to Mini Marshall and Mini Zuma are available on all your favorite pattern websites. As well as custom Mini Marshall and Zuma available on Etsy. All links will be listed at the bottom of this page.

Ravelry - Mini Marshall Crochet Pattern-
Ravelry - Mini Zuma Crochet Pattern -
Etsy - Mini Marshall Crochet Pattern -
Etsy - Mini Zuma Crochet Pattern -
Craftsy - Mini Marshall Crochet Pattern -
Craftsy - Mini Zuma Crochet Pattern -
Etsy -…

Honey the Hawaii Dress-Up Bear Crochet Pattern

Honey the Hawaii Dress-Up Bear Crochet Pattern is now available on all your favorite pattern websites.

Ravelry -

Etsy -

Craftsy -

Honey the Hawaii Dress-Up Bear is a very detailed pattern with 14 pages and many helpful pictures to help you better understand the pattern. She includes herself, a sundress, hula outfit, lei necklace and headband, tank top, shorts, sun hat, luggage, skittles and a lollipop.

Sorry some of these pictures just don't want to rotate!

Lambie from Doc McStuffins Crochet Pattern

Lambie from Doc McStuffins crochet pattern is now available on all your favorite pattern websites...
Ravelry -
Etsy -
Craftsy -
If you don't crochet you can also order a custom Lambie on  Etsy -

Sewing Paw Patrol Puppies Together

All Paw Patrol patterns can be purchased on..
Ravelry -
Craftsy -
and Etsy -

This is a photo tutorial of how I sew Paw Patrol puppies together. The model is Marshall, but the same steps are taken for every Paw Patrol puppy.
First you will need to start crocheting all the pieces, you can choose to sew each piece after you crochet it, or you can crochet all the pieces and save all the sewing until the end.
Make sure all your pieces are properly stuffed and of course you will need a yarn needle and scissors. First you will want to sew the hole closed on the head.

Sew the back of the body closed.

Next you will want to sew the body to the head, using the beginning tail yarn of the body.