Meet the newest member of the hookabee family: Hanna the Squirrel!
I am in love with this girl. She is so cute! Measuring 7.5 inches long when using worsted weight yarn, she is on the smaller side and fits easily in your hand.
She has a fun and unique shape – her legs are crocheted at the same time as the body, so you don’t need to do any additional attaching. Always a plus!
She always looks like she is active, jumping from tree to tree, with her limbs stretched out, ready to grab on.
She is the perfect pattern to make now that it is fall and all the squirrels are rushing around collecting their winter food stashes. She would be great in all kinds of colours, too!
Learn more about her and the pattern on her profile page.
Until next time,
TWO new pattern releases this week! Welcome….
Little Bobby the Bumble Bee:and Koko the Owl:
Little Bobby is just as cute and friendly as the original, but fits in your hand! When using worsted weight yarn he measures just 5.5 inches long.He is quick to make and you can use some scrap yarn you have hanging around! Find the pattern HERE!Now Koko is all together a different sort of flying ami – she is tubby, cuddly, and oh so huggable! She is about 9 inches tall when using worsted weight yarn.
Koko is very much a night owl – her name means ‘night’ in a Native American language! But don’t worry, she also loves to come out and play during the day. You can find Koko’s pattern HERE.
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Until next time,