I have been supersizing lots of patterns lately by using fun and fluffy mega yarns. In the spirit of Shark Week, and because we love the misunderstood fish so much, I couldn’t help but whip up a few shark friends for the kids.
This little, or should I say big, guy grew from ping pong ball size to softball size, simply by changing the yarn. And the chenille yarn is so fluffy and soft, it makes him extra fun to snuggle!
This fun hammer head shark turned out even bigger than I anticipated! Noah claimed him right away. Notice his shark themed pjs! Hehe! He is super cuddly and soft, and I think he will go nicely with his shark snuggle sack!
Get the pattern for the Hammerhead Shark by visiting Jillian over at Spin A Yarn Crochet or click HERE.
I saw this adorable idea on Pinterest and made them for a recent playdate we had. They are so incredibly simple to make and they are so impressive looking when they are finished! And not to mention what a hit they are with the kids!
To make these is pretty self explanatory. It’s just pretzel rods dipped in melting chocolate and then decorated with Goldfish Crackers and sprinkles. I used the little mini pearls for the bubbles, and mixed pink and blue colored sugar for the aquarium gravel.
This would be a great Shark Week snack! Sure, they aren’t Great Whites, but they are awfully cute and it’s an underwater theme, so that counts, right?
Are you huge fans of Shark Week like my family is? We just love it, even if all the shows make the ocean a wee bit scary! *cue Jaws theme*
I made this fun snuggle sack for Noah last summer, it was the perfect project for summer time, and it kept him warm all fall and winter. It is made with Bernat Blanket yarn, so it is super plush and cuddly!
Every night when I tuck him in, I tell him to “Feed the shark!” He giggles and then climbs right in.
You can find the pattern for the Shark Snuggle Sack from Yarnspirations by clicking HERE.
Enjoy Shark Week, and don’t feed the sharks! Unless they are made with fluffy yarn! 😉