Hello! I'm an avid crocheter in my early twenties. I learned to crochet in the summer of 2010 after attending a local craft fair, and I fell instantly in love with the art of amigurumi. I jumped ...
Hello! I'm an avid crocheter in my early twenties. I learned to crochet in the summer of 2010 after attending a local craft fair, and I fell instantly in love with the art of amigurumi. I jumped quickly into designing my own patterns, and I haven't looked back since!
My current obsession is sea creatures. I find marine invertebrates particularly fascinating, and draw much of my inspiration from them. My favorites are cuttlefish and nudibranchs (sea slugs)!
When I'm not crocheting, I like to write, read, hike, and ski.
What could be more beautiful than the flowers of the deep.... sea anemones!
This pdf contains two sea anemone patterns, one for a large sea anemone and one for a small sea anemone. Both are designed so that their tentacles can be drawn inside of them, as though they have been retracted for the low tide, or partially retracted as though digesting dinner!
When worked in worsted-weight yarn, the small anemone will be approximately 2.5 inches by 2 inches by 2.5 inches (at the top), and the large anemone will be approximately 3 inches by 2 inches by 4.5 inches (at the top), although sizes will of course vary with yarn and stitching. Both are worked in multiple separate parts; instructions for assembly are at the end.
(U.S. Terms Throughout Pattern)