Fanny Crochet Amigurumi

Swedish title: Virka roliga amigurumis

Category: Children / Children´s Non Fiction

Pub date: 01-06-2010

Format: 48 pages, 148x210, colour

Fanny Crochet Amigurumi

Mia Bengtsson-Jakobsson

In “Crochet fun amigurumis” there are even more irresistible amigurumi patterns for everyone who enjoys crocheting. The first book “Crochet an amigurumi” was a great success, with its easy-to-follow patterns and delightful figures. The sequel too has something for everyone, with patterns of different degrees of difficulty, a variety of motifs and suggestions for giving your own figure a purely personal touch.

Amigurumi comes from the Japanese and means roughly a crocheted soft toy animal. Amigurumis are very sweet and distinctive, with big heads and very small bodies, arms and legs. What is common to them all is that they are fun to make and easy to fall in love with.

The author also gives some tips and tricks on her blog: www.foxypanda.se

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