Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Throwback Tuesday

About a year ago, I received a Rilakkuma patch from one of my YG teachers. I love Rilakkuma, and I was happy that I received such a cute patch! :) I will probably put it on my backpack.

Well, that's it for today! So sorry I didn't have much time to make a more exciting post. :( 

Happy Crafting!
Anna out. 

Monday, August 26, 2013

Cute Scallop Flower Coaster

A super cute coaster, and it is really fun and easy to make!:)

Pattern can be found here!
Happy crocheting!
Anna out.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Chinese New Year Doll

I already made a Chinese New Year Doll, but I used a 5.5mm crochet hook. This time, I used a 2.00mm crochet hook. For her hair chopsticks, I didn't make the jewels.

I love this picture. :) I placed my doll on top of my favorite plush piggy.

I llloooovvveee how Chinese New Year Doll can stand up by herself. :)

She is really small. Approximately, she is about 5 inches tall.

I didn't make any modifications to the pattern. This doll would make a great gift to any friend. I hope this post helped you know how big Chinese New Year Doll is.

Happy Crocheting!

Anna out.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

I'm on Pinterest

Well, as you can see from the title of this post, I am now on Pinterest. You can find me here.

So far, you can find me on:

  • Facebook
  • Etsy
  • Instagram
  • Pinterest
  • YouTube
  • Gmail

Happy Crocheting!

Anna out.

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Striped Bubble Tote Bag

I love tote bags, and I wanted to make a tote bag to hold my yarns. :) I searched on Ravelry and found this pattern. So, I decided to make it! :)  This bag can be very useful. It looks great as a beach bag too! The pattern says to  work in continuous rounds, but I worked in joined rounds. I used the same yarns and hook the pattern called for. For the handles, I chains 50 and did 2 rows of single crochets.

That's it for today!
Happy Crocheting!

Anna out.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Baby Koala

I was looking through one of my crochet books and saw this adorable pair of amigurumi koalas!!

I didn't want to make the Mommy Koala, so I decided to only make the Baby Koala!!:)

First, I started to make the head.

Then, I added the eyes and stuffed it.
Next, I cut an oval shape out of black felt and glued it to the baby's face! :)
Then, I made a cute pair of ears and sewed them onto his head.
After that, I made the body and attached it to the head.

After doing this, I was about to give up on making this little guy, because I don't like to make limbs. However, I REALLY wanted to finish him. So, I made all 4 limbs and attached them to his little body. :)

Then!!!!! He was FINALLY done!!! :D I love this little guy... :P
My baby koala is really small. He is probably about 3 inches tall!
This little koala helps Link guard my desk. He's such a good little helper. :)

I hope you enjoyed this post! Please stay tuned for more patterns, tutorials, and more!

Happy Crocheting!
Anna out.

Friday, August 16, 2013


I saw this Link on All About Ami's blog, and I knew I HAD to make it. :) The pattern can be found here.

Link is pretty small.  

I love how Link can stand by himself. :) 

I know this picture is a little disgusting, but I had to show it to you. Link's head can come off! 

Since Link's head can come off, I can position his head like this. 

Link says bye!! lol

I hope you enjoyed this post. :) Stay tuned for more amigurumi patterns, projects, and more soon!! :)

Anna out. 

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Late Throwback Tuesday

Who doesn't love friendship bracelets? I love them, but they were very hard for me to make. Someone showed me how to make them recently, and I am addicted to making them!! :) There are 2 ways that I make my bracelets, but I am sure that there are many more ways to make friendship bracelets!! :)

Happy Crafting!

Anna out.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Tutorial: DIY Painted Crochet Hooks

Hey y'all!
    To tell you the truth, I don't like DIY crafts. I find them a little too hard for me to do. :( I like them, but they are too hard for me. When I saw this tutorial, I knew i had to make it. However, I didn't have any bobby pins that i wanted to paint, so instead, I made up a tutorial how to paint your crochet hooks into a different color! I had 2 of the same hooks, and I was sick of the color. So, I decided to paint it into a color that I liked! It turned out well, so I wanted to share with y'all how to paint your own crochet hooks!! :)


  • Crochet hook
  • Nail polish ( you can use any color you want)
  • Construction paper
( I used this pretty metallic blue nail polish for my crochet hook
 Step 1: Place the crochet hook on the construction paper.
 Step 2: Paint the top half of the crochet hook.
 Step 3: Let it dry.
 Step 4: Turn the crochet hook and paint the rest of the crochet hook.
 Step 5: Let it dry for 1 hour.


And you're done!! I hoped you enjoyed this blog post. :) Have fun painting your crochet hooks! :P

Happy Crocheting( and Crafting!)!

Anna out. 

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Yarn Haul!

This week, I went to Joann's and bought a LOT of yarn. 20 balls of yarn to be exact...

13 balls are Vanna's Choice yarn, 2 balls are Bernat Cotton Yarn, 2 are Premier Impeccable Worsted, and the rest is Red Heart Soft Yarn. 

That's it for today... Sorry it was a short post. :) Please stay tuned for more patterns coming soon!

Happy Crocheting!
Anna out. 

Friday, August 2, 2013

Granny Potholder Tutorial/ Pattern.

I was on Stephanie Jessica Lau's blog and I saw one of her posts here about some potholders that she made. I loved them and decided to make my own pattern for a potholder. To tell you the truth, I hate to crochet row by row.  As the solution, I decided to make a Granny Potholder! :) This post is a step-by-step blog post.
  First, I made a Granny Square using this video tutorial. ( Note: You NEED to use the video tutorial because this is a different way to make a Granny Square. Instead of binding off in the middle of the square, you bind off at the corner of the square. If you do not understand what I am saying, you will need to watch the video to understand what I am talking about. )

I started out by crocheting the first round.

Then, i crocheted the 2nd and 3rd round

Then, I crocheted the 4th and the 5th round

After single crocheting into the ch 3 to join, I chained 12

 Then I did s sl st into the same ch 3 to form a loop
After that, I chained one and turned the whole piece.
Then, I worked 12 sing crochets into the ch 12 sp.
After that, I binded off and weaved in the loose ends. 

And there you have it!! :) I hope you enjoyed this post. If you make these potholders, please send a picture of them to me at mochiflip@gmail.com. I will feature them on a future blog post. :) Please stay tuned for more patterns and tutorials coming soon.

Till then, Happy Crocheting!

Anna out.