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AmigurumiParadise

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  1. Awwww... your little Grisu turned out supercute! Thank you for another great testing job!
  2. Heyyyy... is she sticking out her tongue?! Bad girl!
  3. OMG!! I LOVE this idea!! Shall we name her Moonique?!!
  4. Aaaawwww, chessie... your Monique turned out soooo sweet! Thank you so much for testing her pattern! I'm happy that you enjoyed making her!
  5. Thank you so much for another great testing! I absolutely LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE your little owl!!!
  6. Joey turned out supercute! Thank you so much for testing this pattern for me!
  7. I've posted a pattern for a tiny easy-to-make 5-petal flower on my blog: Free Easy Flower Pattern Hope you like it!
  8. Awwww... I love your creative stash busting idea! The little critters look so sweet! I love how you used the buttons for the eyes...
  9. OMG, this bee is supercute! And I love the idea of making a rattle out of the banana! That's so cool!
  10. Well, I might be a bit late, but I'd like to tell you about how I manage this "embroidery thing"... For starting the thread I first make a biiiiig knot in it and then insert the needle between two stitches on the other side of the toy. When embroidering a mouth, I usually insert the needle on the back. When you insert the thread through the hole between two stitches it usually gets "lost" somewhere in the filling - and if the knot is big enough, it will get stuck there inside the toy. If not, I pull the needle out between two stitches and insert in again through the same hole and put it out, say, on the bottom of the toy, then insert it again where it came out and pull the needle out somewhere else and so on. This way you "weave" the thread through the filling inside the toy with no visible stitches on the outside. For finishing the thread I normally just pull it out on the other side of the Amigurumi (e.g. on the back), pull it out firmly and cut it - so that the end of the thread will disappear in the filling. - If the Amigurumi will be used as a toy, this will not be enough - in this case I'd suggest using the same "weaving" technique as mentioned above (out and in and out and in ... ). If you have different parts on your Amigurumi, you can fix the thread with some stitches between those parts, say, under the wig or the feet... and then insert the needle directly where you fixed the thread and pull the needle out where you want to start your embroidery. Wow... didn't mean to write that much... However, the most important is: ENJOY making your Amigurumis!
  11. Thank you so much for testing these for me! I love how your gnomes turned out!
  12. Awww, the little dragon turned out supercute! I like the wings and horns you added!
  13. Awww, he is cute! Love his smart smile!
  14. Wow! What a creative mind you have! Great idea!
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