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Emojis and Crochet!



My daughter is almost 9 years old, going on to a 13 year old.  I swear she's already acting like a tween.  Besides her attitute, the fact that she loves sports, and that she's already developing her taste in music, she also gets caught up in the "it" thing, the current Fad if you will.

Right now she loves all things IU (Indiana University - since we live in the college town), Minions and Emoji's.

Craftsy

Emoji's

Everything emoji's.  She has a backpack, pillows, stuffed animals, clothes, earrings and more.  Ever since we got her an iPod for Christmas one year, she has loved Emojis.

She has been asking me to crochet an emoji for a while now, but I didn't want to just make a pillow, because there are so many out there that you can get pretty cheap.  I've been thinking for a while what to make as an emoji and then finally, we saw that a new movie was coming out.

On July 28th, "The Emoji Movie" will be released.  My daughter is so excited to watch it, because of her emoji love.  While watching the preview with her, I finally decided on what I could make her.

An emoji doll!

So I went to work, crocheting, pulling it out, and crocheting some more.  As all us designers do, I had to pull out my work many times, before I came up with a doll that I was proud of.  Finally, I created the MEH Emoji doll, and with a few tweaks, I then created the HAPPY Emoji doll.







If you would like to purchase the patterns you can do so in my Ravelry Store.  
**If you put both patterns in your cart, you will automatically get $3 taken off, so the second pattern is only $1.25!!

Or, You can purchase the dolls themselves in my SquareUp store!  

Comments

  1. Wow this is so cute! And creative! My kids would love it if I could make these! I don't know how to crochet but I would really love to learn! <3

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    1. My kids are my biggest fans. They seem to want EVERYTHING that I make...makes it hard for business purposes! LOL

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  2. Such a cute item! I have a craft fair coming up that I entered. Really wishing I could do that! I think it would do well. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    1. Thanks so much! What kind of craft are you entering?

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  3. Oh these are so cute and imaginative. I wish I knew how to crochet. You should totally sell these.

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    1. I do sell them! The link was at the bottom of the post. :)

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  4. This is so cute! I know my sister will love this so I will forward it to her!

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    1. Thank you and I hope she enjoys the post as well!

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  5. These are so adorable! I need a reason to get back into crocheting, so looks like this is it!!

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    1. The pattern I wrote up is super easy to follow!

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  6. My girls would love these. I agree with Kasia, you should definitely sell these. They are so cute. Thanks for sharing them.

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    1. Thank you! I actually do sell them (and the pattern). The links were at the end of the post. :)

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  7. This is such a wonderful idea! That emoji doll is so cute, something I would have loved as a kid!

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  8. so very cool I wish that I had learned the craft of crochet when I was little it was not that they did not try to teach me. Good for you and you are so right emojis are every where and the one that you created looks awesome
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    1. Thank you. MY Grandmother actually taught me when I was about 14. It wasn't until I was about 26 that I picked it up again!

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  9. Wow, you are so talented! Thanks for sharing your artistry!

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    1. Thank you so much! Thanks for visiting.

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  10. They are so cute! You did an amazing job! :)

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  11. That is so cute and adorable emoji! Very creative!

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  12. SO cute! My daughter will love this. Perhaps she will want to pick up a new craft this summer and we can begin crocheting together. Thank for sharing!

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    1. That would be a great thing to do together! My daughter just turned 9 and really wants to learn as well!

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  13. This is hilarious! I definitely want to try one of these.

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  14. The crocheted emojis are too. Such sweet thing to do for your daughter.

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    1. Thank you! My children are definitely fans of what I can create!

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  15. Oh my gosh! These are so cute! I love them!

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  16. super cute :) Reminds me of Inside out movie !

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  17. Very fun. You're a talented crochet-er! I love how you create your own patterns.

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    1. Thank you! Its really satisfying knowing that I come up with the designs on my own. My family helps me with ideas, and I get to creating!!

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  18. I have always wanted to learn the art of crochet

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    1. It's a very fun skill to have and becoming more and more popular!

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  19. haha really look so creative and like mona lisa,,sometmes look sad sometimes look happy :)

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    1. Haha, that's a good observation! Thanks for visiting!

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