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Having fun with amigurumi

I’ve been interested in making amigurimi since last year. I’m already familiar with crochet, so making amigurumi is easy for me.


When people see amigurumi dolls, they may think that making them is complicated, but actually it is not. They just start from shapes: a sphere, egg, or sausage shape. Then they are stiched together to form various kinds of amigurimi dolls.


This cute lamb actually started from a sphere, then I just used my imagination. After a few more tries and stitches, I came up with this.


I’m actually making animals right now and I’m making cute ones. This one is supposed to be a snail, and I just followed how most people turn snails into stuffed animals. However, a snail’s eyes are located at the end of the tentacles on their head (just found out after doing some research). Oh well… It’s still cute though.


I put the bat on the Christmas tree. Silly me. I took the pic at night and I don’t have good lighting, so I just used the Christmas lights. Though, I still have not achieved what I wanted.


I’m just starting. I still want to make more amigurimi dolls.


1 Comment

  1. Looks like so much fun!! I recently tried a crochet puzzle ball and it turned out great. I think it was the most awesome thing I have ever made!! You can see pictures on my blog here: Thanks for sharing!!

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