If you spend a little too much of your time making amigurumi like I do, then you’re probably also pretty invested in making your amigurumi project look as cute as possible. So besides the yarn, hooks, and notions, what goes into that elusive cute factor?
Shirokuma the mini polar bear is a munchkin sized chibi polar bear. A beginner friendly project perfect for first-timers, Shirokuma makes the perfect gift or accessory—you can even take him everywhere as a keychain or bag charm!
Since the moment that I picked up my first crochet hook, I’ve spent lots and lots of my free time crocheting amigurumi. You might be wondering how long it takes to crochet a cute amigurumi animal or doll, so I’m here to tell you which projects will be quick makes, and which are destined to be long term projects.
Learning a new craft is always intimidating, especially when it seems like all the terminology and abbreviations are in a different language. I’m here to tell you never fear—it doesn’t take as long as you might think! When I first started learning to crochet amigurumi, I was totally in the dark and had no idea where to start. So how long does it take to learn to crochet amigurumi?
Kitsune the Fox Girl is an adorable miniature doll dressed like a fox. She’s perfect for gifting to children or as home decor. Basic stitches combined together make for a complex-looking but easy to make doll!
At some point in your crocheting journey you’ve probably spent enough time working with embroidery floss to wonder whether it’s possible to crochet amigurumi with embroidery thread. I definitely have—I love using embroidery thread to create eyes and noses, so this was definitely a question that intrigued me! After doing a little research online, I’m ready to share with you all the ins-and-outs about crocheting with embroidery thread!
Chances are if you’re anything like me, you’ve seen pictures of adorable crocheted animals or dolls floating around on the internet and thought, could I make that? The good news is, it’s actually pretty easy!
This easy crochet sushi set is a fun project to use as home decor or play food for kids. It’s fully customizable and a great stash buster—perfect for a creative day off. Follow along the step-by-step pattern to make this cute project with beginner stitches and construction.
This mini crochet bunny, along with her tiny pink dress, is a free pattern on my blog! Mingming the Mini Bunny is the smaller counterpart to my Bunbun the Rabbit pattern, and has a removable little dress that is made separately. This pattern is beginner friendly and perfect for those just starting out with amigurumi because of its simplicity, but is also a quick project that more advanced crocheters can delight in.
Make Bunbun the Rabbit with this easy, free pattern in one day! This easy crochet bunny is sure to delight both you and your children, and is perfect for amigurumi beginners because of its simplicity.