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25 Amigurumi Animals
Amigurumi is the hot new crochet/knitting craze from Japan that is taking the world by storm. Using the Japanese double ring technique, avid crocheters and knitters are producing these quirky, cuddly toys by the hundreds. The only rules are that they must be small, and they must be cute!
With this adorable collection of amigurumi designs you can create a unique menagerie of lovable knitted animals, ideal as gifts for your friends and family. The book includes the basic techniques for assembling your animals, step-by-step photographs, and a projects section with 25 imaginative designs to try. The unique projects include: Unbearably Cute Teddies Puppies and Kittens Pandas and Penguins Bats and Things with Wings Creepy Crawlies Sea Creatures
Annie Obaachan is passionate about amigurumi and all things crochet. She graduated from Bunka Fashion College, Tokyo in 2003. She has worked at several knitting companies and has contributed to many major craft books. Annie lives in Japan.
About the Author
Annie Obaachan is passionate about amigurumi and all things crochet. She graduated from Bunka Fashion College, Tokyo, in 2003, and has worked at several knitting companies and has contributed to many major craft books.
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