The Cousin Series - Chapter 1
...and so begins the "Cousin Series".
Chapter 1: Addy
Two years ago I vowed that I would make an amigurumi for each one of my nieces and nephews for Christmas. I was feeling confident in my ami-making skills and knew I could probably figure out which amis they would like. I began in July, only to finish just before Christmas! (I had 13 to make, come on!) I have pictures of most of them (hint, hint...Cees, Telacia, and Carla) and will share them all over the next little while!
I also recently found the MOST AMAZING picture editing website, PicMonkey. Thank goodness for them in all their "free" glory! These older pictures are rough to say the least, but now they are all "monkey-fied" and are bee-ee-a-u-tiful. I made the first series all vintage-y. So perfect, because these toys are well played with and are all fuzzy with love. Makes me happy!
This first toy was for my niece, Addilyn.
Cuteness abounds with Addy. She loves princesses, sparkles, well...all things girl. Big blue eyes, a sweet "Snow White" voice, and dark brown hair. Sigh...I love my Addy! So the pink and white bunny with a heart was a no-brainer. Her home is in Boise, Idaho. So very far away. (sniff) This bunny has been seen in the baby doll stroller, crib, and Batman cave. Yes, Addy is a girl, but very much surrounded by boys! 3 to be truthful, so the bunny's gotta mold to the current situation.
I love flexibility in a woman! Where's my crown?
Here's where to find the pattern. Again Lion Brand Yarn to the rescue! Yea!
I need pictures, check out "PicMonkey", and crowns are a must for all flexible women!
"So say we all!"