Droopy Dragon with very sparkly eyes, movable arms, droopy head, and undeniable cuteness.
This has gone! Sold! Before I can even name it. So I shall just refer to it as Dark Alien.
Paula FruFru – another distinctly unique crochet amigurumi doorstop, to charm and guard your doors.
Handy Teddie, the changeable handtowel holder – can hold different towels at your convenience.
Handy Teddie does not need to go into the wash machine. But the towels can. Meanwhile Handy Teddie holds out a new one for you.
You can easily make and add to the collection of hand towels. If Handy Teddie can hold them, he will.
Lasy Pinki – a one of a kind crochet amigurumi dragon. Lasy does not have a weight problem. But she is heavy. Heavy enough to be an admirably, fierce doorstop to someone’s castle.
Bluey the Dragon: A heavy little dragon to guard your door. Bluey is the first dragon born in this household. But as you will see later, he is no longer lonely.
The Cats! And they are eager and ready to watch your door! They work as a pair, though each can also work on her/his own.
A pair of crochet amigurumi cats. Door stops, door guards, door sentinels, catty bouncers!
BEAM ME UP SCOTTY is his name. A bit long but what can you do. He says he is a strong and brave door guard. I can tell you, at minimum, he is a weighted doorstop. He ate beach pebbles and glass seed beads to get ready for his job.
Porkie Pie was crocheted with the intent of growing up to be a doorstop (but he prefers the title of “Door Guard”).
Mr Smith is a hand towel holder.
Mr Smith has been sewn and crocheted to hold interchangeable hand towels. Or you can call them kitchen towels, or tea towels. Whatever you call them, Mr Smith is happy to go to work!