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Caruso and Pepe

Created in this Craftsy Course

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.

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Category Crocheting
Type Toy
Sizing Children
Style Cute, Whimsical
Andrea Cuda on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? 8 ply 100 % cotton yarn, 3.5 mm hook, polyester stuffing

Andrea Cuda on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I think I gave my birds a very personal touch by adding some nice little details. And I find them really cute. Not bad for my first amigurumi :-))

Andrea Cuda on craftsy.com

Love the feathers on top. How are they attached?

04/02/2013 Flag

Thanks! I just made a string of "feathers" going: ch 7, sc 6, ch 4, sc 3, ch 10 and so on. So basically I just made a couple of chain stitches, then went back trough these with single crochet stitches, then some chains again (different number this time) and so on. Fastened off with a long tail and used this to attach the string of "feathers" starting from the very first stitch on the top of the bird's head, following the first stitches on the bird. Does that make sense? I'm doing another bird, I'll try and remember to make some photos when I'm at this part.

04/03/2013 Flag

Very cute. I'm going to have to make one of these. Good job

04/06/2013 Flag

So cute, lots of personality!!

06/09/2013 Flag

Fantastic! Love the curls, love the feet!

06/30/2013 Flag

Very neat!

05/17/2014 Flag