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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 Worsted (10 ply)
Sizing Other
Style Cute, Funky
BeaSewGood on craftsy.com

What hooks or other tools did you use? US G-6/4.00mm

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What materials did you use? Blue worsted weight yarn, 12 mm safety eyes, black and white felt

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What are you most proud of? He looks so clueless and it's adorable! I purposely made one eye bigger than the other so he looks even more surprised :D I'm really happy I got the look I was going for. I've learned so much with this class, I only knew basic crochet before, but now I'm making a gazillion different things! Thank you Stacey!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you crochet loosely it would be a good idea to go down a hook size or two. I had to use a G hook instead of an H (which Stacey recommends).

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His name is JoeBob (it's from the Percy Jackson books :D). I used one hook size bigger for the arms-- I wanted them extra big and floppy. Btw, I'm Bea's daughter Evelina (I'm 14, you can find me on Ravelry... hehehe). I'm just using her Craftsy account because it so much easier than getting my own account :P

10/14/2013 Flag

JoeBob is so cute! Well done, Evelina. :)

10/17/2013 Flag