– Amigurumi Free Patterns and Tutorials new website

First of all, I would like to talk about amigurumi. Amigurumi free patterns is one of the topics that everyone who is interested in crochet has been wondering the most in recent years.

With the Amigurumi technique, all kinds of objects, animals, people’s toys can be made.

Amigurumi doll toys come first, especially at the beginning of my favorite amigurumi. With this technique, very realistic and very high quality products can be created. You can find cartoon characters, animals and all kinds of amigurumi patterns you can think of.

There is a new amigurumi website that I will try to introduce to you in this article: You can reach this site via the link:

Amigurumi Doll

You can reach a nice list that will allow you to easily access the amigurumi dolls patterns that I think you will like:

Amigurumi Dog

Another nice list for pretty cute amigurumi dog patterns is here: will be waiting for you.

Amigurumi Cartoon Characters

What are your favorite cartoons or your children’s? You definitely like amigurumi cartoon characters from this category:

Amigurumi Bunny

I’d say you’re in the right place for the cute amigurumi bunny carrot-nipping :

Amigurumi Bear

It would definitely be a toy that I can’t say no to. Cute amigurumi bear Patterns:

Amigurumi Christmas

You can find whatever you want in the Santa claus christmas reindeer elf and christmas tree amigurumi christmas category.

What is Amigurumi? How is it done?

Amigurumi (Japanese: 編みぐるみ, lit. “crocheted or knitted stuffed toy”) is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small, stuffed yarn creatures. The word is a compound of the Japanese words 編み ami, meaning “crocheted or knitted”, and 包み Kurumi, literally “wrapping”, as in 縫い包み nuigurumi “(sewn) stuffed doll”.[1] Amigurumi vary in size and there are no restrictions about size or look.[2] While the art of amigurumi has been known in Japan for several decades, the craft first started appealing to the masses in other countries, especially in the West, in 2003.[3] By 2006, amigurumi were reported to be some of the most popular items on Etsy, an online craft marketplace, where they typically sold for $10 to $100.

Amigurumi can be knitted, though they are usually crocheted out of yarn or thread, using the basic techniques of crochet (such as single crochet stitch (sc), double crochet (dc), invisible decrease (inv.dec)). Amigurumi can be worked as one piece or, more usually, in sections which are sewed or crocheted together. In crochet, amigurumi are typically worked in spiral rounds to prevent “striping”, a typical feature of joining crochet rounds in a project.

Small gauge crochet hooks or knitting needles are typically used to achieve a tight gauge that does not allow the stuffing to show through the fabric.[9] Stuffing can be standard polyester, wool, or cotton craft stuffing, but may be improvised from other materials.[9] Wires, such as pipe cleaners or floral wire, may be used to make the doll posable. Plastic pellets, glass pebbles, and even stones may be inserted beneath the stuffing to distribute weight at the bottom of the figure