In Yarn Over vs Yarn Under for Amigurumi you will learn how to do both single crochet techniques. But more importantly, discover which one is right for your amigurumi projects.
Are you team Yarn Over or team Yarn Under for crocheting toys?
Before last week, I had never tried the yarn under technique.
I had been taught to single crochet by yarning over and I am a big rule follower. Because of that I was never tempted to venture into unknown territory, that is until recently.
In Knitted Toys: Focus on the Face, you will find helpful tips and tricks for your next special project. From positioning the ears, to stuffing the head, to embroidering the eyes and mouth, we will cover it all.
When it comes to knitted toys, I’ve adopted the attitude of getting the “Most Bang for My Buck” mentality.
While it would be ideal to spend gobs of time, attending to every little detail, ain’t nobody got time for that.
We all want to make beautiful toys, full of personality and charm, but we need to focus on what matters most. And that my friend, is the face.
Learning how to crochet a magic ring is the most important step in your amigurumi journey. It is THE foundational skill, but don’t worry, it’s not difficult and I’ll be with you every step of the way.
Adding adorable details to amigurumi is one of my favorite things to do. In this amigurumi tutu tutorial I will share how easy it is to add a little fun and flair to your crocheted toys.
When Aggie the Alligator shared her deepest desire to become a ballerina and wear a tutu, I knew there was just one thing to do. First, I chose the right color tulle and then immediately got to work. No one wants to disappoint a sweet little alligator.
Are you ready for the easiest amigurumi pattern ever? My beginner amigurumi tutorial will walk you through each step so you can crochet this adorable Candy Corn Family in no time flat.
Mwahahahahah!!!!! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and I love all the scary things! The witches, the chainsaws, the candy corn……wait, what? You don’t find candy corn scary? What about a family of candy corns? No? That’s not scary either?