The Sugaridoodles are taking over the Sugaridoo headquarters. They are everywhere!
Not that I can blame them, I’m getting a bit addicted to crocheting them to be honest. The are so fun to make. Quick little cute projects that make you stay up way to late and postpone de dished three days. (Yesterday: Let me make one more, I really have to add purple whale to the collection.)
Well, I guess you get the idea :) If you follow me on Instagram you might have seen some of the Sugaridoodles already.
This week I started writing out the crochet patterns. Super exiting, because shortly everyone can start their own Sugaridoodle collection. Walter the Whale was the first one to be turned in to a pattern. And I would like to share it with you guys as a preview for all the patterns to come. Just grab your download below and let me know what you think.

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The pattern uses the following abbreviations:
sc.    –    single crochet
inc.  –    increase (2sc in the next sc)
dec.  –   decrease (crochet the next 2sc together)
BLO –   crochet in the back loops only

What do you think? Isn’t he a cutie? I just want to make him in all colors of the rainbow.

I also received these perfect little boxes in the mail this week. The crew already checked it out and approved ;) These boxes will be turned in to mini crochet kits. Yay!
So, I’m off to make some more Sugaridoodles. Oh and before I forget, there is a little giveaway running on the blog!

Comments (21)

  1. These are just too cute!! Can’t wait to start making them for my three little boys!!

  2. My granddaughters would love these her bday is Oct 8 I hope I can get the pattern in time Shed love the cat too. Do you have any more of those pages

  3. I just got so bored with crocheting dish cloths & was dying to try Amigurumi. My first project was a mini pumpkin. It didn’t turn out perfect but pumpkins by nature aren’t normally perfect. Now I’d like to try my hand at making mini animals to give to children in the pediatric ward at my local hospital. They are small enough to hold in a little hand.

    1. That is just wonderful Karen. So sweet that you will make them for those children. They are indeed nice and small for children to play with :)

  4. My granddaughters kindergarten class has Whale Come sign and a sea and fish theme. These will make adorable gifts for the kids in the class. I cant wait to get started.

  5. Hallo ich wollte gern Walter den wal für mein Enkel häckeln. Aber er hat sich versteckt.

    Walter den wal für mein Enkel häckeln

  6. I would like to have patterns for all your sugaridoodles. They are prefect presents for two of my many great grandchildren. I love all your work, it makes me happy, and I know it will make whoever gets them happy too. Keep up the good work. By the way, I’ll bet you don’t get too many 86 yr old fans.

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