Last Friday, we received a wonderful surprise in the post, all the way from Buenos Aires. The super talented Adriana Torres sent us this delightful crochet lion rattle in a bed. I have long been a fan of Adriana’s handmade creations which include adorable crochet toys, blankets and home wares. This little lion with his beautiful blanket and bed is super cute and has already charmed my daughter (and me!). Adriana’s brand is Miga de Pan where you can see more of her work or if you’d like to buy any of her creations, you’ll find a selection at Couverture. If you haven’t come across Miga de Pan before then I seriously urge you to take a look… you won’t be disappointed. And of course, a huge thanks to Adriana for this very special delivery.
I had a post all planned for today but when I came across these adorable crochet toys and soft toys, I ditched the planned post in favour of these lovelies. I’m a bit crochet mad anyway and these happy, bright and colourful toys just brought a big smile to my face as soon as I spotted them. They’re by a Danish company called Small Stuff and besides the crochet ones, I’m also loving the other soft toys… the spotted baby dinosaurs are just too cute and there are also some super sweet dinosaurs on skates which you’ll find on their site. These toys would make great gifts for a newborn and I’m sure the mama in question would be pleased too. You can visit Small Stuff to see more of these toys; their site is currently only in Danish but they’re working on an English version.
When I saw these crochet toys, I was besotted. Admittedly I’m a bit of a crochet junkie but these toys and crochet blankets are possibly the most beautiful ones I’ve ever come across. They’re made in sunny Argentina by a mama who clearly has lots and lots of talent, imagination and creativity. I’m loving the lion rattle with his gorgeous little crochet bed and blanket. The elephant toy is lovely too as are the blankets. In fact it’s all quite stunning! I’m also loving the colours… mostly soft tones but sometimes complimented with a hint of colour. I could go on and on but I’ll leave you to discover the rest at Miga de Pan. There doesn’t seem to be a shop yet but you can email the mama in question if you’d like to buy. I’m so, so tempted!
P.S. Have you seen these crochet fish bones?