Saturday, October 4, 2014

Changes at Crochet Universe!

Wow! It's been exactly 2 years since my last post.

I am so sorry for not posting on here. I will try to fix that. I haven't been crocheting nearly as much as I used to. I'm getting back into it, though.

A few things have changed in these 2 years. Here they are:

1) All of my patterns are now available for instant download on Etsy! This means immediate service, so you don't have to wait on me for your patterns.

   Here's the link to my shop, just in case you don't know:

2) I am on Facebook, Twitter, and hopefully Instagram and YouTube soon!

    Like me on Facebook!

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3) I am going to try to post at least twice a month. Maybe every week. You tell me, what do you think?

Please check out the poll on this page also. Let me know what patterns you'd like to see this month on Crochet Universe! (link above)

Thank you all for your support, I hope these changes will improve your experience with Crochet Universe.

Have a great day!


P.S.- Would any of you be interested in a YouTube channel where I post crochet tutorials? Let me know in the comments below.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Jack O Goomba Progress Report #2

Hello! This is my second progress report on this project. So far I'm done with the Goomba part. I just need to sew the feet on and glue on the face. This will be a two in one pattern, therefore a little more expensive, but it will be worth it! Because you can make a Goomba, then the pumpkin. The best part is, the pumpkin is removable! So when your crochet Mario bops him on the head, his Jack-o-lantern will come off, just like in the game (Super Mario Galaxy 1 & 2). Hope you guys are excited as I am to see how he turns out!

Happy Hookin'!


Sunday, September 30, 2012

Jack O Goomba Progress!!!

Hey! If you read my last post, you'll know that my next pattern will be a jack o goomba! Anyways, I've got his feet and the base type thing done so far. I'm planning on this being a two in one pattern. First, there's a pattern for a normal Goomba. Then I'll give a pattern for the pumpkin head, which will be drawstring at the bottom, making it removable. So when Mario jumps on him, his pumpkin can fall off! Please tell me what you think of this idea! I'll have this pattern available on Etsy when I'm finished. I can't wait to see how it turns out:D By the way, I attached a picture of a Jack O Goomba so you know what they look like:)