I've named her Sally so she matches Harry. She is so cute and tiny! I also gave crocheting in the back loops a go and I'm very happy with the result - very soft, with a nice bit of texture. The pattern was really well written - all the instructions are in order of the steps you should take for assembly as opposed to the "crochet all the bits, stuff and put together" you might encounter in free patterns. I'm not knocking that method, by the way! I just think it's a bit more beginner-friendly. When I first started making amigurumi, I made exclusively from free patterns, because it was risk free. If I didn't finish (or start) the project there was no money lost. Now I have no problem paying for patterns - I'd be missing out on a whole lot of cute things to make if I did!
So I'm sure you want to see the moment when Harry and Sally meet, right?!
He was curious and a little bit freaked out, I think. I'm sure he'd be more interested if Sally were made out of bread. Harry's favourite treat is a little bit of doughnut pastry from my Dad. He also does a great Dracula impersonation:
Making a crochet version of a pet was super fun, I might make one of Monty too!