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In this e-book, you’ll learn how to read a crochet pattern, learn amigurumi tips and techniques and make your own adorable penguin! Yay!
[…] Fresh StitchesÂ by Stacey – contains a great tutorial page andÂ she even has published a freeÂ Begginers Guide to AmigurumiÂ […]
[…] I decided to make a penguin as it uses many of the techniques I see in most Amigurumi dolls. I used Stacey’s guide at Freshstiches.com to begin making my very first Amigurumi penguin. This actually took me a couple […]
Thanks so much for the ebook!! It’s amazing! So many techniques I thought were difficult made simple right there. Thank you!
Thank you so very much for “A Beginner’s Guide To Amigurumi”. I have done some of these little cuties from a book my daughter had by Paula Rimoli. My daughter gave birth to our first grand child on Jan. 19, 2013 and I made the Purple Baby Octopus, a monkey and a red apple. I had fun making them then found a pattern for an adorable Polar Bear. The Polar Bear turned out to be the best one I had done. I did not have any pointers to fall back on so at these times I turned to the internet to find the answers. I wished I had come across your guide at the beginning! It has helped me to make better ami’s. Thanks again, Lanie
Way back when, I was taught crochet in high-school…many years have past and I am trying to pick it up again. When I saw your website, I was so excited and I am looking forward to learning it all over again !:)
thanks for your e-book.. Really helpful for crochet beginners like me.
Thank you! I hope you love it!
I have been looking for an easy patter for a turtle. I have difficulty sometimes in following patterns and I’m a “Lefty”
Thank you for your help
Hi Emilie! You might be interested in this guy! You should do alright with the instructions being a lefty… just keep in mind that you’ll work clockwise where righties work counterclockwise. I don’t think that even comes up too much with the turtle :)
Thank you so much for sharing the ebook for beginners guide to amigurumi.
I would like assistance to teach my granddaughter 10y to crochet something simple so she can achieve a positive outcome
I recommend my beginner’s Craftsy class! http://www.craftsy.com/woodland
This e-book is great. I tried your Woodland Animals Amigurumi class over at Craftsy, but found it too difficult at the beginning, so I think I’ll try again now, because I know i can crotchet, I make Amigurumi creatures out of rainbow colored rubber bands, from the rainbow loom company. But anyways, thanks so much, can’t wait to start making these little animals. :)
So sorry you found my class too difficult… did you know you can reply parts as many times as you want and ask me questions in class?
I’m looking for an alligator pattern. Could you direct me where to find one. I am a beginner who can crochet but haven’t learned to knit though would like to learn. Any suggestions?
Hi! I have a crocodile pattern in my book, Crocheted Softies! To learn to knit, I highly recommend checking out a learn to knit course on Craftsy!
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