Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Crochet Imps

I had an Imp-ish idea.

So I played around with some Rico Cotton and a 4mm hook



and came up with one of these:

A festive Imp
And, well you know how these things tend to multiply once you start making them ...

 

 

Fancy making one or two?

The pattern is in my Etsy shop here.

 

Have a great week!

Xx

 

27 comments:

  1. Hi ! ..this is adorable,I guess is a cute amigurumi,I'll love to make it ....will look at Etsy later this week.They are beautiful :0)

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  2. See...there you go again... tempting me... I do love your little imps... and the Christmas one is very special... what a lovely pattern! Hugs, Jill x

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  3. Oh my word, these are sooooo cute!
    I still havent tried amigurumi yet but these may tempt me! They really are adorable!
    Rachel x

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  4. Love your imps. they're just adorable :)

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  5. Brilliant, the dot mouths are so full of expression....infect that bottom photo with the three lined up reminds me of my three boys ;-)

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  6. I luuurrrve them! They are so cute

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  7. So so cute! I LoVe them!!
    Victoria xx

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  8. Very cute!!

    Have you seen on my blog, I've started on your cowl pattern! (Well, finished now - but haven't taken pics yet - so quick and easy, love it!) I will, of course, link to your pattern when I ta-dah it! Thanks for a great pattern!

    Maria x

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  9. Your Imps are so CUTE! You are just so clever!

    http://asktracyann.crochethappy.com/2012/11/wedding-afghanplease-comment.html

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  10. These are just adorable!! I especially like the Christmas imp!!

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  11. You are just too clever my love. How are we?! All tickety boo over hither and looking forward to Monday muchly. Will have to be home by 2pm latest though, should give us plenty of time though shouldn't it....shouldn't it???????
    x x x x x x

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  12. Too, too, too darn cute!!!!

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  13. They are adorable! You are so talented.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  14. Totally adorable! You clever chicken. I absolutely love their cheeky little dimple/mouth - too cute for words!!

    Leah
    xx

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  15. Oh my goodness!!! I'm in love with these little guys! They're ridiculously cute!!! :-)
    The pattern's going on my b'day list, for sure! "Simon, erm.... there something ELSE I want to add to the list...." ;-)
    Carly
    x

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  16. You are so talented!!! These imps are adorable......they can com and live in my house any time :-)

    keep well

    Amanda :-)

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  17. Happy Sunday...just to let you know that My Imp is done.

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  19. Okay - those have to be the cutest little guys I have every seen! Seriously, how did you come up with such a cute little bugger?

    Adorable!

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  20. HiThere,
    I am now making your imp's and I was wondering where I attach the head. In the middle of the beginning ring or slightly on an angle so that more of the head is out the back and face is flatter. Does that make sense?
    Please email me at walest@jafa.net.nz.
    Thanks so much for all your amazing ideas. It has been fun!
    Lisa Wallace

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