Recommended yarn: 50% acrylic 50% cotton Materials: Yarn of different colors: red, white, black, light brown, skin color. Yarn thickness: 3.4 mm Crochet needle suitable for the thickness of the yarn. Yarn needle Fiberfill Abbreviations: sc: Single crochet. Inc: increase Dec: decrease St: stitch
Fill the doll as you crochet
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Continue reading Amigurumi Pattern – Little Lulu
Yarn is the raw material of our amigurumis and its choice is essential when we want to do a good job.
If you are following me, you will already know me and you will know that I always encourage you to experiment for yourselves and to find what you like most, what makes you feel happy and comfortable with what you do.
The choice of yarn depends on many factors, some of them personal, so I could not make a specific and unique recommendation for crocheting, but what I can do is help you make a decision showing the pros and cons that I found in my personal experience.
Let’s see what we should keep in mind when choosing a particular yarn or another: Continue reading What is the Best Yarn to Crochet Amigurumis?
A very common problem that we have when crocheting amigurumis is that sometimes the stitches open and you see the filling inside, which is not very aesthetic.
This can happen for several reasons:
1.- Size of the needle:
It is possible that the needle is not the most suitable for the thickness of yarn that you use and crocheting with it, the stitches remain more separated than they should.
Try crocheting with a smaller needle.
Continue reading Are there Holes in the Fabric? Try this… Hello weaver!
Today I bring you a tutorial that will come great to you if you want to make ringlets for the hair of your amigurumis.
You may have already seen them in some of my patterns, as in the
Unicorn Witch or the Christmas elf.
We can make the ringlets separately or on an crocheted base that will have already the shape and size that we need. Here, for example, I have crocheted an elongated piece that, once the ringlets are added, will become the manes of our unicorn witch.
Continue reading How to Crochet Ringlets for the Hair of your Amigurumis Hello dreamy! How did you start the new year?
I hope full of new projects, new goals and great enthusiasm.
I, as you see, without stopping to crochet,… What would I do without these little moments…
I want to show the new amigurumis I’m designing:
It is a collection of
Disney characters medium size, like the Baby Looney Tunes Collection.
At this time I have
Mickey and Minnie of 8 or 10 I want to do.
Do you like how they’re? …
Continue reading Work in progress: Baby Disney + Guess, guess, …
The New Year is approaching and it is time to remember, to take a look back, but also to plan new projects, new goals and new objectives.
If you are like me, you will like planning. And so that you can do it in the best way, I created this
printable 2018 calendar.
Continue reading Amigurumi 2018 Calendar [Printable] Hello!
These are the first Christmas of this website and the truth is that I am very excited.
It has been a wonderful year, a lot of work, new projects, new challenges … but especially many friends.
Continue reading Elf Christmas Free Amigurumi Pattern Hello!
Finally it´s time to show you my new ebook and I assure you that the wait was worth it
Animagumis: 15 patterns to crochet yarn animals
I confess that it is the most important project that I have faced so far, not only because they are unpublished patterns, but because I wanted their design to be very special.
From the beginning I had the firm intention to correspond to the support that you and other colleagues give me, and what a better way than to follow many of the ideas and suggestions that you have given to me with so much affection.
Each little animal is designed so that you can separate it from the character it represents, that is, you can remove the clothes and accessories whenever you want. By this way you have 2 patterns in 1, the animal and the character.
Continue reading New ebook “Animagumis: 15 Patterns to crochet yarn animals” Now on Sale!
If you love the
amigurumis as much as I do, I’m sure you already have a good collection of all the shapes and sizes that you’ll like to keep like the first day.
The dust and dirt that accumulate over time on them can tarnish from your best creations.
If that’s your case, it’s time to
wash your amigurumis.
You will see that with a little common sense and following these tips it is very easy:
Continue reading How to Wash your Amigurumis