Being stuck inside due to the coronavirus outbreak has given people a good excuse to learn new skills. Some people are trying yoga for the first time, others are learning how to code, and some people have tried their hand (hands?) at crocheting.
One artist is selling crochet patterns for amigurumi — tiny crocheted creatures. The Japanese artform isn’t new, but it’s been gaining popularity in other countries in recent years. Now, thanks to the patterns sold on Nansy Oops, you can create your own tiny cute critter!
One of the shop’s most successful patterns has been for itty bitty dragons, and when you see them, you’ll want to create your own, too.
The artist currently sells a variety of patterns for tiny animals, like this one.
But it’s her tiny dragon patterns that people are really falling in love with recently.
The dragons are unbelievably small.
Getting the pattern for yourself will only set you back about $11.30 USD, so if you enjoy crocheting, get to work and make yourself a tiny magical quarantine buddy!