Finn spotted this fun, fair trade T-Rex baby rattle for his pick this week – good find, Finn! Get it from Acorn and Pip.
Finn was so excited when he spotted this on Etsy. He wants me crochet him a slug army for his room! You can crochet your own slug army too, get the pattern from Cheezombie’s Etsy…
Finn spies with his little eye, a piggie, a hedgehog, a dragon and a hippo. I love their expressions, so unique! Fantastic work by PiggiesAGoGo, patterns available via Etsy.
Morths are enemies from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. Get the free pattern from Craft Sauce.
I love how the pattern is so specific to indicate “steamed” – ha! Broccoli is basically the only vegetable I can get Finn to eat, so his pick this week makes total sense.
Finn’s going old school this week with a crochet pattern he found from 2009! He says eight years later, this dinosaur still holds up. This pattern makes a medium (18” long x 7.5” high x…
Finn is a big fan of Crossy Road and he watches DanTDM play it every day … Crossy Road came first though. Made by Janelle.
I’m in love with these – so great … and are those lights on the dinosaur stocking? Made by sewcraftyash.
Ever since we visited an alpaca farm with a guard llama named Grizwald, Finn’s been very interested with llamas … Crochet your own guard llama with Julie Chen’s pattern, available via Ravelry.
Every year, since he turned three, I have taken my son Finn to a gingerbread workshop at Taste Buds Kitchen in New York. He talks about the class all year and even brings a “blue…
Made by Ratna Sutera at Simply Cake, via the Cupcake Blog.
minecraft, crochet, free pattern, handmade, diy, enderman Finn is pretty consistent with his two main loves – Minecraft and Pokemon Go. This week we bounce back to Minecraft with this amazing Enderman plush, with a…
A perfect little gift or embellishment for the Despicable Me fans in your life … FREE pattern via Repeat Crafter Me. Designed by Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me. PATTERN: Crochet Minion Granny Squares by Sarah…
Thanks for the submission Denise Salway, aka ‘The Knitting Witch’.
Thanks for sharing, Hiné! See more of Hiné’s work at: hinemizushima.com
Made by Amigunuri.
Continuing today’s theme of film and television, Finn picked “Toothless” by Deadcraft Designs – based on the excellent How to Train Your Dragon films, of course! Thanks to Deadcraft Designs for the submission!