Little bunny girl

This week I spent most of my free time working on this creepy cute zombie girl in a bunny costume. I am having way too much fun drawing and crocheting these days, being creative just makes me happy.

Her name is Bonny, because well… Bunny.. Bonny. I am not really good at picking names so I let my friends choose one for me, and that’s what they came up with. I actually like it, it suits her well.

I got the inspiration from the creepy cute chibi genre, a style that I love. I started with a drawing and coloring, then went to my closet to get the appropriate yarn which of course I never have, no matter what. For that reason, I picked a slightly lighter blue to make her costume and slightly darker pink color for the hair. Next time, I will check out the yarn first before deciding on a color.

Her head is really big and I was afraid that it wouldn’t hold against her tiny body, so I put some wire inside to keep it straight. It worked out great! The hair was the most daunting task because it took me forever to attach all those strands of yarn on her head. I lost count of how many I had to cut, probably close to 200 if not more.

I want to make a doll stand for Bonny, and my other dolls as well. I don’t really like the ones available at the craft store, they are very basic and don’t always work out. It’s on my list of things I want to learn and when I do I will blog about it.

I am already on the drawing phase of my next chibi project, I am on the drawing phase right. It is going to be a girl dressed as a gothy black cat, cute and spooky! I am going to have a lot of fun with that one, I love cats!


The bunny and his snack

I just finished working on my latest crochet pattern which is now available on Etsy: a cute bunny rabbit and his favorite snack, a fresh and yummy carrot from the garden. He was inspired by another pattern I made a few months ago to crochet a squirrel holding an acorn. I am very happy with the result, It turned out exactly how I pictured it! Maybe I should turn it into a series of animals holding their favorite snacks!


He’s about 11 inches tall and crocheted with a 2.75mm hook. I used Red Heart Super Saver for the bunny and Caron Simply Soft for the carrot but using these specific brands is not mandatory. I picked an off-white color to crochet the bunny because pure white gets dirty too quickly.


This little bunny is easy to make. I like to keep my patterns simple by using basic stitches and techniques such as single crochet, increase and decrease. I also use a lot of descriptive photos to give help with visuals.


I Think I am going to take this bunny for a stroll in the garden and see if he will start hopping around or make friends with the real rabbits.

You can visit my Etsy shop If you are interested in this pattern or would like to see more pictures.

Happy crocheting!

Easter fridgies, bunny and chick.

I thought it would be cute to make Easter fridge magnets, so I spent part of my time yesterday making a couple of fridgies: a bunny, and a little chick. Since they turned out really cute, I am sharing the patterns here, which are really easy and quick to make. You can turn them into brooch as well, you will only need a few materials listed below.

What you need:
Some white yarn, and yellow yarn
G/4mm hook
yarn needle
Glue gun
Wiggle eyes
Pink, and orange felt
Pink Ribbon
Magnet, or pin
(you can find magnets at any craft store. The one I bought comes in bands that you can cut with scissors)

rnd = round
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
st = stitch
sl st = slip stitch

Bunny Fridgie Pattern
With white yarn, start with a magic ring
Rnd 1: 6 sc in center of the ring (6)
Rnd 2: 2 sc in each st around, sl st in next st to close the round (12)
Rnd 3: ch. 6, dc in 3rd st. from hook, 2 dc, 1 hdc, sc in same st in round (stitch you started the chain with), 3 sl. st. then ch. 6, dc on 3rd st. from hook, 2 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc, sl st in same st in round.
– Fasten off, weave in loose ends in back side.

– Cut a little circle, or oblong shape in some pink felt, and glue in the center for the nose. Glue wiggle eyes, then a little pink ribbon on one of the ears. Cut a piece of magnet, and glue it in the back (magnets are pre-glued but I like to add some with my glue gun to make sure it won’t come off)

Bunny fridgie tutorial

Bunny fridgie tutorial2


Easter Chick Fridgie
– with yellow yarn, start with a magic ring
Rnd 1: 6 sc in center of the ring (6)
Rnd 2: 2 sc in each st around (12)
Rnd 3: ch. 3, dc in 3rd st from hook, sc in same st in round (stitch you started the chain with)
– Close the round with a sl st, fasten off. Weave in loose ends in back side.
with yellow yarn, start with a magic ring
Rnd 1: 8 sc in center of the ring (8)
– Close the round with a sl st. Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing. Weave loops of body and head to sew them together (about 3 loops). Weave in loose ends in back side.

– Cut a triangle in a piece of orange felt, and glue on the head to make a beak. Glue a googly eye in the center of the head. Glue a little yellow ribbon on the neck. Cut a piece of magnet, and glue it in the back.

Chick fridgie tutorial

chick fridgie tutorial2

Chick fridgie tutorial3

Voila! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and if you have any questions, dont’ hesitate to comment. Happy crocheting!


Easter Bunny

Last week I worked on a bunny, a cute white wabbit with pink feet and pink cheeks, and pink ribbon. I wanted to send something to my nephew, and since Easter is right around the corner I thought this would be a nice gift for the occasion as well.

Easter Bunny Pattern, by Miss Dolkapots
Easter Bunny Pattern, by Miss Dolkapots

The bunny was made with Red Heart Super Saver yarn in off white, and pink. I put some blush on the cheeks, and inside the ears.

Bunny Plush
A bunny for Easter

I cannot wait to send this bunny to my nephew, in the meantime, happy crocheting!