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Amigurumi: Design Your Own Monster taught by Stacey Trock

Learn pattern design by doodling a monster and bringing it to life. Combine bodies and parts to create wild crocheted creatures your family and friends will love to cuddle.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Crocheting
Type Toy
Yarn Weight Other
Sizing Women, Girls, Children, Men, Boys
Style Whimsical, Cute, Funky
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What hooks or other tools did you use? US J-10/6.00mm/UK 4

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What materials did you use? Undyed Peruvian Cotton 4 ply Worsted Weight

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that is awesome!! how did you dye it like that?!?!

11/21/2013 Flag

First I crocheted the monster and before attaching parts I dyed him with a procion dye all over green. Then after attached and stuffed I used this fabulous dye I just found last month (and LOVE!!) called SEI Tumble Dye. The best part about this dye is there is NO pretreatment needed. For more control you stray it on dry for more watercolor-like spread your material must be damp. You can use it on any fiber too, so far I have used it on cotton, silk and bamboo and each had great results. It does take a little practice to get the spray consistent but for more control you just need to be close to what you are dying. Let me know if you have any question and thanks for the compliment ;)

11/21/2013 Flag

Love the dots - did you use fabric colours?

12/23/2013 Flag

No, just a dye that you spray on. Sorry I didn't see your question earlier :)

02/05/2014 Flag