Posts Tagged ‘fish’

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New Stabeamer Pattern: Butterflyfish

May 23, 2017

Butterflyfish come in all sorts of colors and I wanted to make a pattern that gave the option for some of my favorites, striped and pyramid butterflyfish.

With only three separate pieces, this fish works up quickly.

You can purchase this pattern on Ravelry.

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You can purchase this pattern on Ravelry.

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Danio Fish

October 13, 2014

Danio are tiny little fish sold in pet stores and now you can have a danio large enough for a child to snuggle with and you don’t even have to feed it or change the tank!

You can purchase this pattern on  Etsy,or Ravelry.

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You can purchase this pattern on  Etsy,or Ravelry.

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Molly Fish

July 21, 2014

Mollies are a chubby little fish sold in pet stores and now you can have a molly large enough for a child to snuggle with and you don’t even have to feed it or change the tank!

You can purchase this pattern on  CraftsyEtsy,or Ravelry.

To see all of my available patterns, click here.

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Guppy

July 7, 2014

Guppies are a beautiful little fish sold in pet stores and now you can have a guppy large enough for a child to snuggle with and they don’t even have to be fed!

You can purchase this pattern on  CraftsyEtsy,or Ravelry.

To see all of my available patterns, click here.

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You can purchase this pattern on  CraftsyEtsy,or Ravelry.

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The Magical Flying Blowfish – Crochet Fish

August 24, 2010

My sister’s birthday was coming up and I didn’t have money so spend on a big gift. Instead I reached into my childhood memories and pulled out one of the Magical Flying Blowfish.

It all started when my sister and I were old enough to take baths without supervision, but young enough to take baths together. We had a small rectangular window high on the wall in the bath. One day, while pelting each other with bubble bath snow balls, she suddenly pointed to the window and shouted, “Look!” I zipped my head around and looked at the window. There was nothing there. I turned back to my sister and she shrugged, “You just missed it!” she said. “Just missed what?” I questioned. “The Magical Flying Blowfish!” she exclaimed.

For weeks she kept up the routine of me ‘just missing’ a sight of the blowfish outside of our bathroom window. My skeptical little brain began to lose its skepticism. Finally, I was hooked. One day, I asked her about the blowfish and she laughed and finally told me it was a joke. My childhood pride was a bit hurt, but we laugh about it to this day.

Because it was a hilarious joke, I decided that it would be the perfect gift for my sister. I have not sent it yet, but I am sure she will love it.