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Amigurumi: Woodland Animals taught by Stacey Trock

Brand-new crocheters will learn the basics, while crochet veterans will enjoy making whimsical and cuddly bears, deers, raccoons and bluebirds.

Other projects made as part of this class:

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Bear
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Barmy Bird!
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Here are some details about my project:
Category Crocheting
Type Toy
Yarn Weight Fingering (4 ply)
Sizing Other
Style Cute
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What hooks or other tools did you use? US G-6/4.00mm

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What materials did you use? some crochet cotton thread that I got as a gift, then again I also have a bird from a previous project in the shot.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? I would have done the nose in black even though the black I used was a pain to work with.

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How cute!

03/02/2014 Flag

Very cute

03/03/2014 Flag

With fingering weight and the 4mm, how did your finished size compare to the examples shown in the course? (I ask because it will be cool to have the flexibility to tweak these patterns a little bit for different ages of children) Looks great!

03/07/2014 Flag

My bird which I used larger yarn and the g size hook, I used a size d hook for the fingerling yarn because the band suggested e to use a size E hook. the bird is about 5 inches tall and the dear is maybe 1/2 inch taller.

03/15/2014 Flag

Thanks for the tips and information, Kiersin! I'm knee-deep in knitting projects at the moment, but these little guys are definitely on my list of upcoming projects!

03/21/2014 Flag