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Adorable Amigurumi--Cute and Quirky Crocheted Critters

Voodoo Maggie's--Create your own marvelous menagerie with these easy-to-follow instructions for crocheted stuffed toys
eBook
Crochet cute animals with this playful Japanese amigurumi crafting book!
Knot your mother's crochet! Weave your way into the yarn filled world of Japanese amigurumi crochet or "crocheted stuffed toys" with adorable creatures and cuddly new characters! Whether you're honing a new craft or in search of creative needlework inspiration, let Voodoo Maggie (Eric Clark) show you the way in this amigurumi book.
There are adorable Koala Bears, Darling Dachshunds, Nuggly Bats, and the not-very fearsome but actually-kinda-cute yeti. Altogether, there are 18 creatures that Voodoo Maggie is willing to unleash on a world yearning for some serious cuteness. Full of 300+ colorful photos to help guide you through the patterns, this Japanese crafting book has projects even crochet beginners can complete in a weekend or less. Adorable Amigurumi — Cute and Quirky Crocheted Critters walks you step-by-step through the distinct art of Japanese crochet. Artful designs, easy-to-follow knitting instructions, and detailed illustrations allow you to create the most delightful crocheted Japanese miniatures easily.
Amigurumi crochet animals include:
  • Luna the Baby Dragon
  • Lucy the Giraffe
  • Schnitzel the Dachshund
  • Dust Bunny
  • Basil T. Koala
  • Marcel Monkey
  • Olive Octopus
  • Bella la Batty
  • All of the crochet patterns are simple enough for crochet enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels. Some projects are so simple they can be completed in a day.
    This amigurumi book will have you tending a little zoo of tiny animal creations in no time!

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    Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

    Kindle Book

    • Release date: August 7, 2012

    OverDrive Read

    • ISBN: 9781462908424
    • Release date: August 7, 2012

    EPUB eBook

    • ISBN: 9781462908424
    • File size: 16484 KB
    • Release date: August 7, 2012

    Formats

    Kindle Book
    OverDrive Read
    EPUB eBook

    subjects

    Crafts Nonfiction

    Languages

    English

    Crochet cute animals with this playful Japanese amigurumi crafting book!
    Knot your mother's crochet! Weave your way into the yarn filled world of Japanese amigurumi crochet or "crocheted stuffed toys" with adorable creatures and cuddly new characters! Whether you're honing a new craft or in search of creative needlework inspiration, let Voodoo Maggie (Eric Clark) show you the way in this amigurumi book.
    There are adorable Koala Bears, Darling Dachshunds, Nuggly Bats, and the not-very fearsome but actually-kinda-cute yeti. Altogether, there are 18 creatures that Voodoo Maggie is willing to unleash on a world yearning for some serious cuteness. Full of 300+ colorful photos to help guide you through the patterns, this Japanese crafting book has projects even crochet beginners can complete in a weekend or less. Adorable Amigurumi — Cute and Quirky Crocheted Critters walks you step-by-step through the distinct art of Japanese crochet. Artful designs, easy-to-follow knitting instructions, and detailed illustrations allow you to create the most delightful crocheted Japanese miniatures easily.
    Amigurumi crochet animals include:
  • Luna the Baby Dragon
  • Lucy the Giraffe
  • Schnitzel the Dachshund
  • Dust Bunny
  • Basil T. Koala
  • Marcel Monkey
  • Olive Octopus
  • Bella la Batty
  • All of the crochet patterns are simple enough for crochet enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels. Some projects are so simple they can be completed in a day.
    This amigurumi book will have you tending a little zoo of tiny animal creations in no time!

    Expand title description text
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