The link to each free pattern is within each post, which may involve a free registration at some websites.

To make it easy to find a free pattern you'll enjoy following, all the patterns are ranked by difficulty level; Super-Easy, Easy, Medium & High.

Unfortunately, patterns are forever disappearing or links changing.
Please drop me a note if you have any problems :)

Saturday, 31 July 2010

Mobile Bling Penguin

This little penguin pattern is tiny, and designed to dangle from your mobile phone strap -or your cell strap, if you're from the US ;)

Possibly fiddly, but fairly easy to crochet.

{Japanese chart pattern here}

{How to view English version of this pattern}

Thursday, 29 July 2010


Cute little pocket-sized kitty!

Looks fairly easy to crochet.

{pattern here}

Link updated 13/11/11: 
the website is no longer active, but luckily the pattern can be viewed using the Wayback Machine.

Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Knit Fortune Kitty

Just what you need for luck & good fortune!

I'm not a knitter, but it looks fairly straight-forward.
Just shaping, and no fancy stitches.

{pattern here}

Sunday, 25 July 2010

Little Emo

I love the patterns at Suncatcher Eyes, and this one's no different.

Gorgeous little goth-type emo person for the teen in your life.

{pattern here}

Friday, 23 July 2010

Mini Doggie

Cute lil' doggie for you to crochet.

Easy to Medium difficulty.

{pattern here}

Wednesday, 21 July 2010


Not a great pic, but this pattern is from yarncat, so the pattern is probably pretty good.

Looks easy to crochet.

{pattern here}

Monday, 19 July 2010

Pigs Now Fly

I think one of these would be the perfect gift to inspire someone who's out to do the 'impossible'.

Or just because it's incredibly cute :)

{pattern here}

Saturday, 17 July 2010

Sushi Train

Super cute sushi train, almost good enough to eat!

I think that the small parts would make this unsuitable for children under 3, but who says the children are going to get it?

{pattern here}

Thursday, 15 July 2010

Moko the Cat

Smile and wave hi to Moko!

When I was in kindergarten in the '70s, our class sponsored a child named Moko through World Vision, and we all brought in our 1c & 2c coins for "Moko money".

{pattern here}

Monday, 12 July 2010

Bug-Eyed Carrot

This cute bug-eyed carrot pattern is by Robotrish.
Might be good for an Easter goodie...

She has the gorgeous pattern for the bunny holding the carrot for sale in her etsy store.

Easy to crochet

{free pattern here}

Saturday, 10 July 2010

Mouse or Rat?

Calophi, who created the pattern for this little creature, isn't sure and neither am I.

But it's cute :)

Easy to crochet.

{pattern here}

Thursday, 8 July 2010

Ideal Sphere

There's a lot of amigurumi balls out there, but I haven't seen such a perfectly shaped one before.

You could also use this pattern to make an orange (just stitch a mark on each end).

Another free pattern from Emily.

{pdf pattern here}

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Perky Puppy

Love those gorgeous, oversized ears!

Thank you to the very talented Emily for sharing this wonderful pattern with us :)

{pdf pattern here}

Note: if you have problems with shaping the head,  try using the head in this pattern for Moko.

Monday, 5 July 2010

Apologies for my extended absence

I realised over the weekend that the last time I did anything here on a regular basis was back in March.

That's over three months ago!

No real excuse:
~ we had our first holiday in over 2yrs,
~ school holidays,
~ I got into digiscrap design (see left).

I plead guilty to seriously neglecting this blog, and throw myself on your collective mercy...

However, I've been doing some looking around the interwebs in the last couple of days and have found some truly fab free patterns to share with you.

So if you'll grant me parole, I can guarantee that you won't regret it.  ;)

Stay tuned in the next couple of days as I wind back up to speed here and start pumping out the free ami pattern linkylove once again.

Jane :)
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