Happy-gurumi - 20 Super Cute Amigurumi Toys to Crochet

by Vanessa Chan
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EB1285

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Treat yourself to a collection of fun-to-stitch softies with personality to spare. Crochet everything from a friendly dog and funny frog to a hot air balloon. Learn to make whimsical toys with puppet-style open mouths--including a grinning birthday cake--sure to tickle kids of all ages!

  • 20 patterns in three themes: party time, animal friends, and the great outdoors
  • Start with easy projects in each section and progress as you succeed
  • Be amazed at all the designs you can create with a few simple stitches

Author:
by Vanessa Chan
Size:
8.5" x 11" printed on your home computer
Format Description:
full color, PDF digital download
Pages:
80
Product Code:
EB1285
ISBN:
9781604684810
Publication Date:
March 10th, 2015
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eBook PDF purchases are non-returnable. Please contact customer service for more information.

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Review excerpted from Gwen Blakley Kinsler's blog, Crochet Queen: Royal Ramblings, June 2015

"Cute" is the only word to describe the twenty patterns found within this book by animator, Vanessa Chan. As she points out, "There are endless possibilities to create whatever you want with just a few stitches." You'll learn how with these patterns ranging from easy to complex. All projects are made with worsted weight yarn, and instructions for basic stitches and finishing will encourage even novices who want to dip their toes into the world of Amigurumi! As a bonus, many feature felt and embroidery embellishments. Starting simple, crocheters can proceed with each success! Beautiful and colorful full-page photos are helpful, and clever comments from each Ami are just plain fun: "Little Blue Bird" says, "I was tweeting before it was cool!" I know that I'll be hopping fast to make the "Rabbit" and many more!

Vanessa Chan

Vanessa Chan grew up in the suburbs of New York, making little animals out of Play-Doh and painting along with Bob Ross on public television. She got into crocheting amigurumi while in college and was soon creating all sorts of weird little monsters, animals, and food. Vanessa runs an online shop, selling her crochet patterns and project kits while trying to make a dent in her ever-growing collection of yarn.

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