Every so often, I get the question about attaching limbs for the KISS Series - or the Pillow Pals. Those doodles which have flattened ends that are to be joined to a project.
Concerns over the strength or the hows (to make them floppy).
While every crafter has his/her own way of completing projects that suits their own needs, comfort levels and/or ease - I put together this little tutorial to show how I personally do it.
This FREE PATTERN is a courtesy pattern for your personal use, from FiberDoodles by K4TT. I do not offer assistance in completing those patterns which are offered as "Free".
Original visual arts, craft creations, photographs, and all listing content (c)2013 FiberDoodles by K4TT/K.D.L
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I have been crocheting for more than 20 years, testing patterns for published artists for the last 7 and designing my own for 5.
My professional experience has been in the Graphic Communication and Visual Arts field; so designing in crochet, just sort of came naturally.
I have 2 beautiful daughters, who inspire and have final say on all of my creations; and a supportive man in my life, who is my partner in this crochet endeavor.