Download this Female Doctor amigurumi pattern for free and crochet it #StayAtHome
We are going through difficult times around the world and now more than ever we must stay together.
The apparition of coronavirus (COVID-19) and its rapid expansion among the population is something that should concern all of us.
Spain is one of the most affected countries, but whether you live here or anywhere else, you cannot be indifferent to the problem.
After the declaration of the State of alarm by the Spanish Government, we are forced to stay at home in order to avoid infections. It is an exercise of responsibility that we all must carry out, not only for ourselves, but for the others.
We must put individualism aside and think of those around us, especially those most vulnerable to disease: elderly and children.
Together we can reduce the expansion of the virus.
#Stayathome and facilitate the commendable work that health personnel are doing to ensure our health, putting their own at risk.
That’s why I would like to contribute with my grain of sand by sharing this pattern of a Female Doctor Amigurumi.
I think that will alleviate the period of isolation.
It also serves as my humble personal thanks to all the professionals who take care of us every day.
In my previous post I talked about the different physical and emotional benefits that crocheting amigurumis gives us.
This time I want to talk about how amigurumi can open new horizons in the professional field and how great things can be achieved with effort and perseverance.
This is the example of Katia Horbatiuk and “Pecosa” the amigurumis brand that she has created in Peru.
This young Ukrainian girl, passionate on crochet since she was a little girl, has turned her passion into a way of life and an entrepreneurial project that provides work for dozens of Peruvian women with difficulties accessing the labor market.
Proud to be a weaver, Katia began her project in 2013 through Facebook. Overwhelmed by the increasing number of requests she received, she sought help from other women, thus initiating an important training and employment program: “Pecosa en casa”.
Sometimes we forget that on the other side of a message there is a real person, of flesh and blood, with problems, concerns, in short, a life.
Through this passion that joins us, I have discovered that crocheting amigurumis is more than making a doll with yarn, hook and fiberfill.
Starting with myself, the amigurumis have helped me to improve my self-esteem and to cope with moments of great sadness or worry. They have been a distraction, a relief and on many occasions the necessary push that has prevented me from falling into discouragement.
Since I started this adventure, there have been many messages that I have received. Messages of all kinds, from daily consultations related to patterns, to thanks or congratulations, but without a doubt, the messages that move me most are those in which you make me a participant in the reasons that have led you to crochet amigurumis: