Great book for anyone who has wanted to or is familiar with Amigurumi.
One thing I need to point out is that some projects are too easy for an experienced crocheter, although this book will definitely suit a beginner.
I'm very happy with this book and plan on making several and then hopefully figuring out my own Amigurumi dolls.
While some of the projects are adorable, I feel like they would need a lot of editing to make them liked by many kids these days. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Leslie Kromphardt
Excellent tips. Easy to follow instructions. Fun photos to inspire. Set up from "easiest" to more difficult. Read morePublished 20 months ago by CClark
The dolls on the cover are the best part. Once I learned the basics, I've been able to mix and match parts to create some really cute dolls. Definitely a winner.Published 22 months ago by Jet Mykles
I was excited to get this book as I usually make my amis from free patterns on the internet. I thought if I bought this book it would contain even better patterns. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by Paula Patterson
This is a well written pattern book for the cutest Amigurumi characters I have ever made.
Not for the novice as portions of the patterns need to be calculated as you go. Read more
I am a beginner crocheter( only a few years) I found this at my local library. I made the Hep Cat and then a girl Hep Cat. Read morePublished on December 7, 2011 by Sheryl White
Elisabeth Doherty is a terrific soft sculpture artist, and in this book she lets us in on some of her secrets for creating these adorable creatures. Read morePublished on October 30, 2011 by Amazon Customer