The Amigurumi exhibition in New York (http://resobox.com/amigurumi-artists-15/) begins on 11 December. I take part and my little package is already on the way there.
This time the organizers of the exhibition wanted to show how the Amigurmi culture is developing in each area of the world and they asked for a characteristic or feature of the country or local area.
Continue reading A Minotaur in New York
The idea for a frog came from Claudia in Germany. One of the first amigurumi that I designed, was a little frog. Nothing fancy, but Daniela saw the picture on my Facebook page and asked me if I had a pattern for the frog.
Continue reading A Frog with a Dream
Now finally – the story from Marianne Efinger continues – and this time I have a lot of patterns. In the past three weeks it was pretty hectic for me – I had a lot of work in the laboratory and even a lot more work in the vineyard.
Continue reading The Little Crab Coconut – Part 2
I am so happy with this story from Marianne Efinger, a children’s book author, which she wrote for my blog and all amigurumi fans. The story is about a crab which is quite unhappy about her shell and an octopus, who wishes to help her.
Continue reading The Little Crab Coconut – Part 1
My girlfriend Nic helps me with my English texts. She really finds every mistake I make and so many times she also writes beautiful sentences. (Thank you, Nic!) A few weeks ago I asked her if she would be interested in writing a story for me.
Continue reading Always expect the unexpected
Mr. Peabody is a businessman, inventor, scientist, Nobel Prize winner, gourmet, two-time Olympic champion and a very smart … dog!
Continue reading Have you seen Mr. Peabody & Sherman?
On a beautiful and far away island – with rainforests and deserts, mangrove forests and palm beaches – there you will find lemurs. The name of the island is Madagascar. Many species of lemurs live there, but the most famous (probably because of the movie with the same name) are the gray ring-tailed lemurs with their black and white striped tails.
Continue reading Madagaskar and its lemurs
You need a little patience for this cute dragon. The pattern has become a bit extensive: 12 pages! But by Christmas, the crocheting would certainly work.
A quick click and let’s go …
Continue reading The dragon is here!