Ok, it’s not a proper person size…
But it still counts, right?
It’s based on this pattern, but I made the top a bit different, I sort of made it up as I went though. I used a different border to trim the bottom, I went for a square trim instead of the one in the pattern.
She seems to like it though!
Yarn: yarn fair poppet bright colours (I think it’s discontinued now though)
Pattern is here
So.. I wanted a little tree for my desk at work. After a bit of searching, I found the pattern for Penny the Pine Tree.
I added some ‘tinsel’ – sparkly yarn (crochet chain) and some ‘baubles’ – needle deleted balls (if you’ve been reading – that’s what they were for!)
I’m quite happy with how it turned out, I’m sure it’ll make my desk look Christmassy!
So I wanted to make a Pixie hat for little, I used the free crochet pattern here, and needless to say, mine didn’t end up quite like the picture. But I still liked it and made her wear it. Then she played with her new goldilocks/bear toy (a bit horrifying really, goldilocks is inside the bear!) and the resemblance the Masha and the Bear was realised!
Note: This patternÂ is written in US terms, for UK terms, crochet a dc wherever an sc is mentioned.
- sc in second ch from hook
- sc to end (10sc)
- *1ch turn, 10 sc in backloops of previous row
- Repeat from * 34 times
- Join with slip stitches to at end of rows
Find coffee, use to stop hand from burning 🙂
Adjust pattern by reducing or increasing rows for a smaller or larger cup.