Now you can make your very own Happy Sunflower, ready to brighten up any window sill or desk!!! P.S. No watering required :D
I decided to make the sunflower from the game Plants vs. Zombies because it was a game my father became hooked to when he first got his IPad. I would watch him play and came to realize that all of these wonderful characters that were created for this game, would transfer well into the art of crocheted amigurumi. So, I began crafting and writing up the pattern, and the rest is history. I hope you all enjoy the PVZ Sunflower as much as I do and that you make one to brighten up your home or office!
Stay tuned as some day soon I will have some of the other PVZ character patterns up for sale as well, including the Peashooter, Snow Peashooter, and the Cattail!!!
This pattern features 16 pages of detailed instructions, including how to assemble step-by-step, and has 30 in progress color photos to help you along the way!!!
If any questions come up while you are working on your sunflower, please don't hesitate to contact me. I am here to help, and will get back to you in a timely manner, so not to worry :D When finished your sunflower should measure approximately 10 1/2" tall with his clay pot.
When purchasing this pattern, you purchase the right to use it for your own private, non-commercial use. You do not have permission to share, recopy, rewrite, redistribute or otherwise resell this pattern in any form. Feel free to sell your finished sunflower at local craft fairs but please do NOT sell them online or commercially!
Happy crocheting your very own Geek Chicurumi Happy Sunflower!!!!
6 sts/6 rows = 1 inch
A librarian friend of mine once showed me an amigurumi doll that a patron of hers made for her and she said to me, "You're crafty. You should make these!!" So, I picked up a how to crochet book, ...
A librarian friend of mine once showed me an amigurumi doll that a patron of hers made for her and she said to me, "You're crafty. You should make these!!" So, I picked up a how to crochet book, watched some How to Crochet youtube videos, and got to work making amigurumi! Since then, I worked my way towards writing my own patterns and haven't ever looked back.
The characters I make come from popular video games, anime, and movies that I have enjoyed throughout the years. As you will see from my shop, I am an "Otaku" at heart :)
Aside from my massive crochet addiction, I also enjoy writing and have been in the process of finishing up a children's fiction story to get it ready for hopeful publication. Keep your fingers crossed for me!!! In the future I plan to work on writing up a book of crochet amigurumi patterns.
So much crafting to do....so little time :D