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  1. How to crochet a flying goose
  2. https://www.snowcatcher.net/2018/05/cake-flake-monday.html?m=1
  3. Hi everyone! I've released a free crochet Appa (Sky bison) pattern for any Avatar: the Last Airbender fans out there. Momo to follow soon! https://thoresbycottage.com/2018/04/29/free-crochet-appa-pattern/
  4. Watch my step-by-step tutorial and learn how to crochet a little amigurumi piggy.
  5. I have been gone for quite a while, and Im finally back! I figured I would share some of what I have made in the last year! Here I have pictures of a bunny, small kittens, a mallard duck, two dogs, a little flamingo, as well as the giraffe I finished earlier today! I have made many many more things in the last year, but I think these are my most notable!
  6. Hi ladies! These are my new crochet video tutorials. Tiny snail Mushroom Amanita Yarn Grass Welcome to my YouTube channel :))
  7. One of the 3 menaces (Lock, Shock and Barrel) of the beloved movie The Nightmare Before Christmas
  8. I tried my very best to make him as realistic as possible, hes made up of alot of parts but i think he's realtively easy to make
  9. © Jennifer Orengo from Jennae's DIY Studio

  10. HOMER SIMPSON AMIGURUMI PATTERN This pattern designed by Sueños Blanditos is really wonderful: https://www.suenhosblanditos.com/patrones/patron-homer-simpson/ The pattern is available in English and Spanish. Difficulty: Middle Estimated time: 5,5 h Size: 30 cm Hook size: 3,00 mm Happy crochet!
  11. One of my favorite projects, I've made! You can find the pattern on my Youtube Channel
  12. Over in my Ravelry group I am having a crochet along for my inchoate pattern, if you are participating in the CAL there is a 25% discount with the code "CAL2018". The code ends on the 6th of march when the CAL starts. There will be an exclusive outfit for CAL participants in the final (4th) week
  13. I know this is not exactly a crochet question, but related. Many amigurumi patterns call for embroidering details, especially faces. Though I understand how to do this, I don't know how to anchor the stitch so it can't be pulled easily. Sometimes it can be hidden if a part of the piece has a similar color, I just tie it there and then take the needle in the toy until it comes out in the right place and then take it back to secure it. But most of the times, I can't do this without leaving a very obvious knot of a contrasting color. How do I do this? Diana
  14. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm making a doll right now which I want to have loose curls. Various articles says to curl the yarn around something then use glue to keep it in place. Bit hesitant to do that as I would imagine that would leave the "hair" feeling rock hard. I was thinking the best idea would be to split the yarn but not sure if the wisps would stay. What would you say would be the best option? Thank you in advance
  15. If you are planning to make toys as gifts for the Holidays, consider Trixie. She is super cute and relatively easy and fast to make. Here is where you will find the FREE pattern to make her: Trixie the Funmigurumi Smoochies Bear http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2017/11/trixie-funmigurumi-smoochies-bear.html#.WgqsmVWnHIU
  16. Hey all, I've recently found this pattern for an amigurumi Dragon by Crafty Intentions on Ravelry and am slowly working my way through it. It's been a while since I've done some crocheting because college gets me busy, but I haven't been having any issues with this pattern until I started on the body. To be more precise, the tail. This pattern is worked in multiple sections; I've finished the head and I'm currently on the body. This is what the beginning section of this pattern says to do, but it always puffs out a bit around row 3-4 and then tightens up when I start making the small increases in row 5, to a point where it just becomes unworkable. Does anyone have any tips for how they make small areas like this? I haven't had problems doing sc4-wide magic rings before until I bought this pattern. (I highlighted it so I knew where to crop on the screenshot; it continues in this fashion, increasing by one stitch every couple of rows, and you should get what you see in the pictures. Pictures provided from pattern instructions.) The pattern is worked with a G hook, though I tried starting off the tail with an F hook and didn't have much luck that way either. Also have tried extremely loose tension, and I just can't seem to get it right.
  17. Well it has taken a lot of You Tube and a lot of starting and stopping but I got to do a magic ring, crochet 6 stitches and closed the ring ok! What I would like to know is that my pattern says crochet 2dc in each stitch. I find this really difficult, I cant seem to find the stitch again (maybe it's too tight?). Is it really necessary to crochet in dc as I find, at the moment I can manage single easier!! I am just working on a test piece before I start the actual toy.
  18. Most of the crochetting I do is amigurumis. I buy red heart because it is easy to find, cheap and I think it's stiffness is actually a plus for the toys. I have noticed difference in quality depending on the color, some could be very plasticky and some felt nicer. But the last two balls had slightly different thicknesses, enough to ruin my project. It was a very small doll. It was a promised gift so I modified the pattern a bit and it looks odd but ok, but now I am left with all this yarn that I can't combine well with other yarns of the same brand. Has anyone had that problem before? I know it is not a very fine yarn but, given how artificial and "industrial" it looks, I expected it to least not vary in thickness.
  19. Hello! I am making a multi-coloured giraffe amigurumi for a baby shower. I'm trying to keep the colour changes as smooth as possible, which is proving a challenge when the rounds are spiralled. One method I found was joining the next colour when completing the last stitch of the round and making a slip stitch as the first stitch rather than a dc (or sc for US) on the next round. Unfortunately, I noticed that when looking at my giraffe's arm the colour changes appear to be in a spiral going up the arm. I've attached a picture to show you all. I'm not quite sure how to fix this. It might not be so noticeable in the arms but I'm worried it will in the legs and body, which have more rows. Do you all have any suggestions on how to fix this? Ta, Jade PS: The arm has 12 dc per round and rounds are spiralled.
  20. Hello, I'm new to the forum and also fairly new to crocheting. I have a pattern for two amigurumi dogs i got from a magazine but I'm unsure of how to get started as the directions don't specify how long my chain should be. It just says 1ch and then 8 dbl stch. I'll attach images to show you. Any help would be great! Thank you Linda