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Cute Critter Crochet: 30 Adorable Patterns Spiral-bound – October 27, 2014
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About the Author
Maki Oomachi (Tokyo, Japan) has studied art since childhood. After working at the Suntory Museum, she became a designer at Mind Wave, a stationery manufacturer in Japan. She then began selling consignment knitting accessories and stuffed toys and amiguraumi at the store Jam Cover in Tokyo. She now divides her time between creating her adorable crafts and writing books about them. Maki is also the author of Simply Adorable Crochet (Race Point Publishing).
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"Complete with easy-to-follow patterns for super-cute ducks, birds, squirrels with acorns, mice, ladybugs, deer, bunnies, lambs, donkeys, kittens, bears, raccoons, and more--these are must-have projects to make for kids or for the animal-lover in your life."
These animal patterns are included: two kangaroos, pig, alpaca, dog, seal, giraffe, horse, two bears, and caterpillar. The remaining patterns are an odd assortment of simple accessories. Of the 30 patterns, only 11 are animals and 18 are a mix of miscellaneous and mostly simple objects.
I am also very disappointed in the crochet directions -- they are very different from every other pattern book I have bought and from any pattern I have downloaded off the Internet or purchased online. With these author's directions most of the patterns are not crocheted "in the round," but rather in rows and the sections are then sewed together. Very odd. I will probably not be using these patterns. The author does have a few that are made with the traditional spiral technique, but none are the animal patterns. I wish the book's description or a reviewer had indicated this difference. I would not recommend this book for a beginner, as they will not find any other amigurumi patterns crocheted in this manner. I have never found an amigurumi pattern on Ravelry or Pinterest or anywhere on the Internet using the technique in this book.
Even the title is misleading. Don't waste your money.