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Ana Paula Rímoli was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, and learned to crochet as a child. She began crocheting toys when her own children were born and now hosts her own popular website featuring her crocheted designs. The toy collection is growing and growing, slowly taking over the whole house!
Adorable, easy-to-follow patterns, lots of photos that are both cute and useful. Once you get the foundations in hand, it's also easy to improvise off of Rimoli's designs. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Marion Ravenwood
I was disappointed that this book was not bigger. The patterns were a little more complex than I would have liked also.Published 3 months ago by nancyinabq
This is the one that started it all! My wife came across this book at the local library - and now she is an Amigurumi fanatic. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MRE1380
This is easy to understand and has great patterns. The author has an accessible and entertaining voice. And her taste in toys is excellent. Recommended.Published 7 months ago by Patrick C.
This book exceded my expectations. Excellent instructions and pictures. Adorable items with exact instructions. Items pleased all who saw themPublished 7 months ago by Danna J. Barger
I am just starting in the world of amigurumi and this is a great book with a wide variety of patterns. Easy to understand instructions. Would definitely recommend to others.Published 8 months ago by Adeline317
My kid requested. It is well constructed book. She did take some projects from the book, and there was no complaints or how to questions from her about the book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by ventingisok
I teach amigurumi as an after-school class and these patterns are easy enough for my beginners to complete. Even though they are easy, the results are quite spectacular looking. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Disneymama
Cute and easy book for beginners. Illustrations of the animals but also of the individual ways to do different "stitches"Published 10 months ago by Tilde Eskildsen