Farm Animal Bonbons:
Aren't they adorable? Nipiti envisions these adorable little critters as 3D appliqués to be used in a million different ways. My favorites of her ideas are the nursery mobile, keychains, Christmas tree ornaments, and backpack accessories.
I couldn't decide which color scheme I liked the best for the lion, so I did both!
The gray wolf can be crocheted in orange, too, to be a fox! That beaver kills me. He might be my favorite.
The Santa bonbon is amazing.... What an adorable little dude!
How fun is that little witch? Love her little braids.
Not surprisingly, Sonia has declared her favorite bonbon to be the unicorn. I had to include the wolf again in this collage because what is Little Red Riding Hood without her nemesis? Just a little girl, wandering the forest without proper parental supervision. Speaking of Little Red, the bonbon pattern is amazing in its construction.
Sonia loves to play with the bonbons, organizing them into their various categories and debating which is her second favorite.
These little bonbons just flew off my hook! I was just telling someone the other day how I like to crochet small items because the most fun part of any crochet project is the beginning and the end. Slogging through a half-done lengthy crochet pattern gets tedious.... These bonbons take about a half hour each to crochet, so they are very satisfying and fun to create.
Great job designing the adorable little bonbons, Nipiti!!