SUPER HAPPY CROCHET CUTE!
By Elisabeth A. Doherty
So Cute! And So Fun To Crochet!
Who’s the hippest cat in town? Elisabeth A. Doherty’s crocheted beatnik kitty, complete with black turtleneck, beret, and soul patch! He’s just one of her irresistibly adorable projects inspired by the crocheted dolls that are called Amigurumi in Japan.
Other captivating creatures include a mouse that will fit into the palm of your hand, a fawn with sequin spots and adoring eyes, and a punk bunny sporting a skull shirt. You’ll also find an assortment of incredible crocheted food—from a sandwich cookie to a cheeseburger with the works—that make great beginner projects. You’ll never find any dolls as appealing as these!
WHAT WE THOUGHT
Welcome to the world of Amigurumi, the Japanase craft that make crochet trendy and fun. With this book you will get briefed on the basics and then the cuteness begins!
It has easy to follow instructions with bright clear photograph and funky designs. Designs include “Tasty Tidbits” such as “Cutecakes” and the “Not So Crunchy Carrot”, plus animal patterns and “Humonoids”.
No longer a closet craft for older ladies, Amigurumi has changed crochet, allowing it to match knitting in popularity. Elisabeth A. Doherty is known in the craft world for her expertise in this subject, and the book is a must have for crafters.