I’m so excited to tell you that there’s been some new additions to the Moji-Moji family! Bubblegum, Custard and Sprout are three of the sweetest and liveliest baby monsters you could ever hope to meet. With their rosy cheeks and snazzy little romper suits they just love bouncing into all kinds of mischief. If you don’t keep them busy with games of hide and seek and sing-a-longs to monster mash you might well find these cheeky little toddlers chewing on the furniture and throwing their toys around. I know they look way too cute to cause such trouble, but you have been warned!
Can you guess who is who? the colours might give you a clue! In case there’s any doubt, I’ll introduce them one by one…
This is great pattern for beginners as it only uses the basic single crochet stitch (UK double crochet). They turn out at around 7″ (18 cm) tall and each one can be made in a matter of an hour or two. With all the endless options for colour combinations I’m having a great time making a whole monster medley just for fun. In fact, I think it’s time for a confession. I have a serious monster addiction! Here’s a few of my favorite monster creations having a get together. We’re all going to have to move to a bigger house soon. It’s getting a little crowded around here!
If you love monsters as much as I do here’s some more eye candy to keep your peepers popping!
Firstly, here are my Mini Monsters. These guys are a bit clumsy and often go bump in the night. Usually on their heads as you can see from their brightly coloured battle scars!
Scary Gary and Horrid Horace like to pretend that they’re much more fearsome than they actually are but, the truth is, they’re not scary or horrid at all. If you creep up behind them and go ‘BOO’ they’re almost guaranteed to have a panic attack and be shaking like a jelly for a week!
The Bug Eyed Monsters are always sure to win out in any staring competition. In fact, come to think of it, I’ve never actually seen them blink at all. Weird!
And finally here are the Fuzz Monsters. They’re such big softies, both literally (a whopping 15″ tall) and in temperament (they love cuddles and who could resist a hug from these fine looking fluffballs!)
If you get the urge to hook up a Moji-Moji beastie or two you can find the patterns in my Etsy store by clicking on the photos.
Have a MonsTERRIFIC weekend everybody!