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  1. Hello Crochetters of the world! I recently moved from making crochet blankets, sweaters, and clothes and now im dabbling in making amigurumi's. I have this cute pattern id like to try but these pattern symbols are so foreign to me. Can someone help me understand how to read it?
  2. Hello everyone! So I'm working on designing my first amigurumi (crocheted dolls and stuffed animals) pattern and it's basically just all basic shapes based on what I've learned from amigurumi patterns in the past. After making several amigurumi I've got the basic shapes down -- sphere, oval, elongated sphere, cylinders, etc. I can basically make any symmetrical shape. But when it comes to amigurumi there are times where you want a less symmetrical shape especially for things like heads, snouts, tails etc. I haven't been able to find any advice on more advanced amigurumi shaping. Obvi
  3. I don't know if this makes sense or not but I have an amigurumi pattern that I want to do, and I want to make it twice the size. So I was wondering if it was possible to somehow 'double' the stitch pattern? Thank you for any help that you can give.
  4. Hey there, I can’t replicate a mistake I made and I hope I’ll find some help around here I’m a beginner and I’m pretty lost. I tried to do a half color change with single crochets, but apparently I did something wrong as there’s a gap between the two colors. My first color was brown, then U changed it to yellow by doing a faulty half color switch while crocheting in rounds. Now, on the outside there’s a gap between the last brown and the first yellow row. You can’t see through, but you can pull the outer half apart and create a gap showing the inner half. Furthermore, i
  5. I'm new to crochet and have only done very basic things so far! I've been making an amigurumi dinosaur and have got to a section that has got me so so confused! As part of the instructions for the head it says: Work only 35sc. Leave the last 7 stitches unworked. Move stitch marker to last stitch in this row. This will be the new beginning of each row. Can anyone help please? 😩 Thanks!
  6. Hi I am stuck on this amigurumi frog bookmark pattern I'm on round 4 and have 18 stitches it says 1 SC. 2 SC into next stitch. [ 2 SC, 2 SC into next stitch. ] Repeat from [ to ] 5 times. 1 SC. (24 stitches) I keep ending up with 5 empty stitches at the end of the row. What am I doing wrong Amigurumi-Frog-Bookmark948.pdf
  7. There's a new free crochet pattern on my blog today to create an amigurumi sloth: Seth the Sloth. Seth the Sloth is an adorable amigurumi sloth that just loves to cuddle. This sweet guy may be slow but he’ll be quick to steal your heart. I hope you love him as much as I do ❤️ Check out the free pattern HERE.
  8. ReniC

    Fur Birds

    I had several older skeins of Fun Fur in my stash and when I came across this pattern, decided to make one for each of my great grands for Christmas. The eyes, claws and body shape are just a tad different, but all in all, I think they will like them. Fur Bird pattern
  9. I am an experienced crocheter, and am designing some cute and simple patterns to start with. I do need some pattern testers, and you would keep the pattern of course, all I ask is a good photo and any comments and/or corrections. If you would like to test my patterns, send me an Etsy Convo here: www.craftingatthepoole.etsy.com Or email me here: craftingatthepoole at gmail dot com. Or reply to this post! I hope to hear from some enthusiasts soon! Edit: Most of what I make is in Bernat blanket yarn, and the pattern I have available for testing at this moment uses it.
  10. https://www.joann.com/genie-the-ghost/383960P104.html I ran across this ghost amigurumi pattern in an email. I didn't find a size in the pattern, but at 23 rounds it can't be very big.
  11. «Unicorn, fulfilling dreams» When using recommended yarn and hook, the size of the turns out 35cm NECESSARY MATERIALS: YARN ART Jeans №61, 160 g/50 m, white; YARN ART Jeans №35, 160 g/50 m yellow; YARN ART Jeans №33, 160 g/50 m, blue YARN ART Jeans №53, 160 g/50 b, black; ALIZE Softy № 62 , 115 g/50 m, white; (you can also use another yarn) -Filler - hullfiber, 100g; -Hook # 2(US,UK 1); Scissors; Tulle - 1/2 meter HAND: (2 items) With white color 6sc in magic ring = (6sts) 1.6inc = (12sts) 2.(1sc , inc) *6 = (18sts)
  12. Crochet pattern for Doll Fairy Rose - Instant PDF Download in English https://www.etsy.com/listing/595750970/crochet-pattern-for-doll-fairy-rose?ref=shop_home_active_5&pro=1 This listing is for an extensive PDF file which contains full instructions for crocheting and finishing off the doll Fairy Rose. Document size 1.85 MBThe pattern contains a lot of detailed step-by-step photographs along with full pattern instructions and tips for crocheting, jointing and finishing neatly:The pattern contains 14 pages of detailed descriptions of dolls, clothes and decoration toys.The pattern c
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