While the demand for Amigurumi just keeps getting bigger, these incredibly cute crocheted critters have just gotten smaller!
Voodoo Maggie (AKA Erin Clark), the author of Voodoo Maggie's Adorable Amigurumi, has taken her yarn craft to the micro-level and stitched together a new menagerie of mini Amigurmi that are so darn cute-and tiny-that you might not want to part with any of them. Erin's crochet patterns are so easy to follow that you'll be able to make enough to satisfy an obvious demand from your friends and family. Erin even provides instructions on how to display these tiny Japanese crochet creatures in their own crochet-decorated terrarium. Itty Bitty Crocheted Critters features foolproof instructions on how to make twenty of Voodoo Maggie's most popular mini Amigurmi characters, including:
? Big Eared Fennec Fox
? Slow Moving Sloth
? Red Panda
? Tusked Narwhal
? Miniature Moose
? Tiny Tapir
These irresistible little guys are guaranteed to bring a smile to anyone's face. Get ready to "Awwwww!"
"There's a nice variety of animal designs, all or most of which could appeal to children (or kids-at-heart) of both genders. I particularly love it that the boys are not neglected here. I think little boys might like any of these patterns, but how could they resist a tarantula, an alligator, a lizard and some snails? The camel and the narwhal are pretty cool too. If you have young sons or grandsons, you're likely to find something fun to crochet for them in this book. You're just as likely to find something fun to make for your daughters and granddaughters. I think some of the patterns are cute (without being overly ('cutesie'). Some, like the alligator, are appealing, but not what I'd necessarily call 'cute'--a good mix of boy-friendly / girl-friendly, overall."-- About.com Crochet
Number Of Pages: 112
Published: 1st November 2013
Publisher: CHARLES E TUTTLE CO INC
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 20.3 x 0.74
Weight (kg): 0.26