Author: Joke Vermeiren
You'll fall head over heels for the animal crochet patterns in this book! Fans know this new book in the Zoomigurumi series assembles the cutest crochet animals, explained in straightforward patterns. You'll be amazed at the designs you can create with a few simple stitches. This new collection of 15 projects, featuring designers from all over the world, provides enough fresh inspiration to keep you crocheting! Surprise your family and friends with handmade gifts, or simply make them for yourself! In this book you will find Rudy the red panda, Mortimer the mammoth, Carlos the hummingbird, Manu and Brigitte the dachshunds, Shawn the shark, Alvin the hedgehog and many more. Projects cover a variety of skill levels, from beginner-friendly to suitable for advanced crocheters, and are accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions and explanations of all stitches used.
Having shown us how to master monsters in Edward’s Crochet Imaginarium and capture our friends and family in Edward’s Crochet Doll Emporium, Kerry Lord is back with patterns for everyone’s favourite pups in her new book Edward’s Menagerie: Dogs. Including patterns for 50 classic dog breeds, Kerry also shows you how to adapt the patterns so you can perfectly capture your own furry best friend in crochet form. With step-by-step instructions for all the basic crochet techniques needed, this book is perfect for all skill levels. Illustrated by irresistible lifestyle photography featuring the crochet dogs alongside their real life muses, this book would make a pawsome gift for crafters and devoted dog-lovers alike. The 50 classic dog breeds featured include: Afghan Hound, Bedlington Terrier, Cocker Spaniel, Husky, Basset Hound, German Shepherd, Scottie Dog, Weimaraner, Labrador, Poodle, Westie, Red Setter, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Pug, Dachshund, Dalmatian, Collie, Springer Spaniel, Schnauzer, Chinese Crested, Old English Sheepdog, Shih Tzu, Boxer, Chihuahua, French Bulldog, Chow Chow, English Bull Terrier, English Bulldog, Puli, Whippet, Dogue de Bordeaux, Samoyed, Wolfhound, Pekingese, Border Terrier, Shar Pei, Lakeland Terrier, Corgi, American Water Spaniel, Mudi, Rottweiler, Beagle, Mastiff and Newfoundland and more!
Huggy Dolls Amigurumi
Author: Sayjai Thawornsupacharoen
Cute, huggable, easy and quick to make. The dolls are made by using single crochet stitch (UK: double crochet). Size: 16 - 19 inches (41 - 47.5 cm) tall. For a 16 inch doll (41 cm) use 2 strands of DK yarn (or one strand of worsted) and a 5 mm crochet hook. For 19 inches (47.5 cm) use Chunky/ Bulky yarn and a 6 mm hook.
Enter the magical world of Lilleliis. With this book in one hand and your crochet hook in the other, you will be able to create these 15 wonderful amigurumi designs. Lilleliis' handmade toys have a wide array of details you will love: the cutest color combinations, the sweetest expressions and little fabric details, this book offers the opportunity to surprise your family and friends with handmade gifts. Or you can simply enjoy making them for yourself. Projects range from beginner to advanced crocheter. The easy-to-follow step-by-step pictures and detailed instructions allow you to easily create the most delightful characters.
"Over 40 soft toy patterns for crochet birds"--Cover.
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Soft Toy Making
Author: Rosemary Brinley
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
The instructions in this toy making book are kept very simple, to emphasise the importance of pattern making and general construction, and all the toys included in this book are of such a nature that they are always popular. Dozens of projects are extensively illustrated with diagrams and plans. This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.
Amigurumi Kokeshi Dolls
Author: Sayjai Thawornsupacharoen
Publisher: K and J Publishing
This little book explains how to crochet little Kokeshi Amigurumi dolls. A basic knowledge of crochet is required. Amigurumi is a Japanese word, meaning a stuffed animal toy usually made from crocheted yarn and having an oversized head. Amigurumi is a combination of the Japanese words “ami”, meaning crocheted or knitted, and “nuigurumi”, meaning stuffed doll. Kokeshi dolls are traditional wooden dolls from northern Japan. They have an enlarged head. You can decorate these little dolls with flowers, bows or ribbons. You can make them as a keychain or decoration. They make a nice gift for Christmas.
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Provides step-by-step instructions for five projects in various mediums, from simple drawing exercises for studying horse head and neck details, to painting projects that emphasize color and technique.
Author: Joke Vermeiren
Joke collects the most beautiful patterns from all over the world on her website www.amigurumipatterns.net. With more than 160,000 fans the site has grown into a community and a meeting place where crocheters and designers exchange tips and patterns. She organized a competition for designers where they were challenged to create an original circus character. A lion who prefers the hula hoop instead of the burning hoop? A prima ballerina hippo challenging gravity? A weightlifter elephant matching strength with his friend the mouse? You cannot imagine anything crazier - you ll find it all in this circus book. And it gets even better because now you can make these cute amigurumi yourself! This book contains fourteen designs chosen from the original competition. Maybe you are making your very first amigurumi? Then don t worry. The book opens with a number of pages dedicated to explaining all the basics. More experienced? Then you ll certainly love the details in these designs!"
Presents 15 easy to make amigurumi with designs inspired by winter and the Christmas season.
Hello My Name is Amineko
Publisher: Creative Publishing int'l
Hello My Name is Amineko follows the journey of Amineko the Crochet Cat and his crocheted friends as they eat, sleep, and have lots of fun and adventures. The book comes with complete step-by-step photography and instructions for creating an Amineko of your very own and personalizing this cute cat with different facial expressions, clothing, and even bedding. Hundreds of color photographs tell the adorable tales, and mischief, that Amineko and his friends find themselves in, with complete instructions for knitting adventures of your own.
Author: Maria Alejandra Montero
Publisher: Tuva Pub
Amigurumi is the Japanese art of crocheting small stuffed animals and dolls and this collection of projects uses DMC Natura crochet cotton to make them. The projects range in skill level from basic, such as the “Three Balls,” to more complex ones like “A Happy Family.” Supported with charts and diagrams, the instructions will have you on your way to create lots of lovely crafts.