Show and Tell!

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For a while now I have been wanting to do a show and tell from time to time, and to feature those of you who have made my designs. But most of you have been kind of shy. Finally, I have found some ladies who are not afraid to show their work and who have thoroughly enjoyed making these toys! Please give them a hand!

This is Craftybegonia's Funmigurumi Huggy Dumpling Thunder the Elephant as made by Linda Bolton

These two lovable little Funmigurumi are Craftybegonia's Booker the Funmigurumi Poochie Dog and Funmigurumi Stripey Cat Sweety Sue, as made by Linda Bolton.

Brooke, Linda Bolton's daughter poses with all the Funmigurumi her mother has made for her. She is also a Funmigurumi fan. Thank you, Brooke, glad you enjoy them too!

Craftybegonia's LeeLoo the Funmigurumi Monkeyroo as made by Linda Bolton.

Craftybegonia's Funmigurumi Poochie Dog Missy, as made by Linda Bolton.

Linda Bolton's mom proudly poses with Craftybegonia's Missy, the Funmigurumi Poochie Dog that Linda made for her

Craftybegonia's Tubby, the Funmigurumi Hippo as made by Linda Bolton

Linda Bolton's dad prooudly poses with Tubby, the Funmigurumi Hippo Linda made for him

Craftybegonia Funmigurumi Canterly Clop Clop as made by Linda Bolton

Olinda D. Amtsberg made Craftybegonia's very popular Huggy Dumpling Thunder the Elephant.
"I added some thoughts." She said.

Two Funmigurumi made by Olinda D. Amtsberg.

One of Craftybegonia's Funmigurumi as made by Olinda D. Amtsberg

These are two Funmigurumi Stripey cats as Made by Understated Flea and posted at Flickr (also posted here and at my Pinterest VIP Board with her consent.)

The Key to the Storehouse

If you wish to participate in a future Show and Tell, please email me using the form below and I will reply by sending you the instructions you'll need to participate. This is to protect your privacy and mine. Thank you so much for your support of Craftybegonia's efforts to bring you great crafts!





  1. How great to see the wonderful things people have made with your work.

  2. Aren't they cute? I was thrilled to see them! For the longest time I have wanted to do this, but only now I found some Funmigurumi lovers who were willing to share their version of my designs. I hope many more will come forward and we can do this a whole lot more!