Pokemon Trainer – Super Smash Saturday 17

Wow, can’t believe it’s already November! Halloween just passed, and now the rest of this year is going to go by in hyperdrive. This weekend I have a booth at Tucson Comicon, but was able to finish the Pokemon Trainer earlier in the week. Of course, I made Ash, probably the most well known Pokemon …

Falco – Super Smash Saturday 16

Its Falco! I really like the red around his eyes, and I made him without a jacket, like Fox. Next week’s character is a Pokemon Trainer! This event is a CAL/weekly challenge, so if anyone wants to join in and create your own version of a Pokemon Trainer for next Saturday you are more than …

Pit – Super Smash Saturday 14

This week it’s Pit! The next character up on the roster is Meta Knight This event is a CAL/weekly challenge, so if anyone wants to join in and create your own version of Meta Knight for next Saturday you are more than welcome to! Use #supersmashtokyo to share your projects and tag me on Instagram …

Yoshi – Super Smash Saturday 13

So this week was supposed to be Pit, but I had to switch things up a little bit. Instead, this week is Yoshi! I followed the wonderful pattern by AmiAmour, you can find the pattern here. This pattern is easy to follow and pretty ingenious! Here are some pictures of how it turned out: I …

Zelda – Super Smash Saturday 12

Its Princess Zelda this week! I know this is a dual character (also Sheik), but I’m thinking I might make Sheik instead of Toon Link when the time comes. There were a ton of details for Zelda’s dress, which I did my best to simplify and include. The next character is Pit! This event is …

Diddy Kong – Super Smash Saturday 11

Another week of Super Smash Saturdays is complete! Next up is Zelda! This event is a CAL/weekly challenge, so if anyone wants to join in and create your own version of Zelda for next Saturday you are more than welcome to! Use #supersmashtokyo to share your projects and tag me on Instagram @tokyodragon.crochet

Safety Eyes and Alternatives

When I first started crochet, I couldn’t help but feel like my amigurumi was missing something. They felt somehow incomplete, and as I continued I realized it was the eyes. I had been using felt, which I do still use occasionally, but at the time it wasn’t giving my work the finished look I wanted …