Penguin Craft is the inspiration for this week’s Top 10 In Craft.
The Penguin craft projects that are featured down below are absolutely adorable.
First up, here’s my knitting is coming along …
On My Needles
I have found some knitting inspiration this week.
My needles are still empty, but this shawl is something I dream about making.
The Forest Grove Shawl by Mara Catherine Bryner (Orange Knits) is stunning.
I came across this design when reading Jamie’s post on Knitsophy Designs.
The center reminds me of the rings of an old tree. Beautiful!
This Week’s Top 10 In Craft – Penguin Craft
Editor’s Note – These crafts and images belong to their original owners. I didn’t create them, I wanted to showcase their amazing work to you, my lovely readers. Please pin the images from the owner’s site.
Mistakes are just unique creations.
The above is a good quote to remember when beginning any new craft skill.
Having a sense of humor when starting is essential.
There are plenty of excellent tutorials and craft ideas this week shared by those who have been crafting for a while.
No doubt they also have had their fair share of unique creations!
Take a look…
Adorable Crocheted Hat Pattern
Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me steps you through how to crochet a penguin hat.
She shares tips to make sure it turns out well.
The design is so adorable.
Keep Hands Warm And Smile Each Time You Wear Them
With the colder weather, mittens are essential for stepping outside.
Knit up a pair of penguin mittens and you are sure to smile every time you wear them.
The Penguin Mittens are available from Frankie Brown’s Ravelry store as a free download.
Love Animal Quilts?
Penguins are so cute, and if you love to quilt, this is an easy design to create.
Follow Margary’s instructions on Pecks Pieces.
Crochet A Toy That Will Be Forever Loved
A baby penguin amigurumi toy would make such a lovely gift.
Chi Wei from One Dog Woof has a very detailed tutorial and all the steps for the crochet pattern.
The little red scarf is just darling 🙂
Sew A Softie
The inspiration for this softie was Fairy Penguins from Australia.
Trixi from Coloured Buttons has a sewing pattern to follow, that is easy enough for kids to do.
I have very fond memories of watching Fairy Penguins coming out of the ocean and heading to their nests on Phillip Island in Victoria, Australia when I was a child.
Winter Cross Stitch Pattern
Of course, Snowpeople and Penguins would be friends!
This cute winter cross stitch pattern by Cheryl from Tiny Modernist is free.
It looks simple and easy to do.
Fun Winter Craft For Kids
When it is cold outside, and you need inspiration for indoor craft activities, Kids Craft Room has you covered.
Try out this sweet Pop Up Penguin craft with the kids.
I am sure they will love it.
Keeping Your Kids Entertained
In this game, kids get to create a Paper Cup Penguin.
The penguin inspired dice is such a clever.
Follow The Imagination Tree’s tutorial to have the same fun in your home.
Jazz Up A Milk Bottle Craft Project
Create a milk bottle with a cute Penguin in a Christmas hat.
These would look great on the kid’s places at the Christmas table.
Follow Angela’s tutorial on The Inspiration Edit.
Repurposed Corks Make Gorgeous Ornaments
These Penguin ornaments are made from corks.
A perfect craft project to use up the corks you’ve been saving!
Gather together some corks, paint, felt, textas and craft wire and you are on your way!
Follow Maggy’s tutorial on Red Ted Art and get the whole family involved.
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Hi Jodie. Thanks for including my penguin sewing tutorial in your lovely round up! Happy holidays, Trixi 🙂
My pleasure Trixi. I love sharing your creative talents. Your Penguin softie pattern is gorgeous 🙂