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CL Guest Pattern – Crochet Cupcake Mascot!

Kristi W., also known as Rengawk on Flickr, donated this great little cupcake pattern for us her at Craft Leftovers to all enjoy! And what a cutey petuty he is! You can also check out the flickr set of photos of him being a mascot in Canada, what fun! If you just want to get your hot little hands on one of these cuties or one of Kristi’s other wonderful creations, check out her Etsy shop here. If you are interested in learning more about Amigurumi, you can check out a primer she has written up on LiveJournal.

Download the Pattern Here (pdf).

Edited in: Haha, I didn’t ever change the spelling error and no one told me it was still broken! good thing it was available on the flickr page too.

Also, here is a link to her flickr group for a whole parade of cupcake mascots. If you make one, make sure to link up and add it to the group! They are social little cupcakes, so the more the marrier!

I’ll publish an update later in the week, I’m almost finished with this crazy school stuff, Tuesday is the last due date for my last big project. Woooooooooooo!

Have a great weekend! Keep it Crafty!
Kristin

8 thoughts on “CL Guest Pattern – Crochet Cupcake Mascot!

  1. Hee I also created a Flickr group to share any photos if folks make any cupcakes from the pattern! The link is located on the pattern since I don’t know what markup to use to link here. ^^

  2. hey remind me to show you what i did for the production line this year in metals, i put little crocheted cupcakes and teacups on plastic teapot shaped rings with s.silver saucers.

    – abby

  3. Hmm, well, it’s working for me, so I know it’s not the link. Is the file just not downloading right? Can you download the other patterns okay? Email me if you would like a copy and I will just go ahead and send it to you. Is anyone else having problems downloading the pattern? It is available also through the link above leading to Kristi’s flickr page.

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