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Assembling Amigurumi Doll Parts by Crochet Hooks You

September 12, 2012 in Crochet patterns

How to assemble and join an amigurumi doll head, body, arms and legs together video tutorial. Written Instructions at Amigurumi Doll Head Videos: Part 1 — Part 2 — Part 3 — Part 4 — Amigurumi Doll Body/Torso Video: Amigurumi Doll Arm Video: Amigurumi Doll Leg Video: Assembling Amigurumi Doll Parts Video: For more Free Crochet Patterns, Video Tutorials, Crochet Stitches and Crochet Charts go to Free Beginners Course on How to Crochet at http

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How to Crochet : How to Crochet Animals

September 7, 2012 in Basic crochet

When crocheting animals, most animals begin with a body that is a tube or a circle and a head that is a tube or a circle, and these two pieces are then crocheted together. Find out how to stuff a crocheted animal before adding arms and legs with help from a crochet instructor in this free video on crocheting animals. Expert: Jan Runkel Contact: Bio: Jan Runkel has over 15 years of experience in knitting and crocheting instruction and design. Runkel is currently the on-site instructor for Yarn Company of Palm Desert in California. Filmmaker: Gina Miller-Britton

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Wee Ones: Seamless Knit Toys with Susan B. Anderson

August 29, 2012 in Knitting patterns

Click: to learn more about the online knitting class, Wee Ones: Seamless Knit Toys with Susan B. Anderson! About Wee Ones: Seamless Knit Toys: —————————————————- Knit along with Susan B. Anderson as she shows you how to use double-pointed needles to shape three different heads, a baby elephant, an adorable bunny and a winsome hippo. Then pick up stitches to create the rest of the toy, using the same body for all three Wee Ones. Add arms and legs, perky ears and tails and an embroidered face and your Wee Ones are ready to give – or keep for yourself! Along the way, you’ll learn to use double-pointed needles, use the wrap and turn technique to make short rows, create afterthought features, work top down and finish with the Kitchener stitch – all great skills for future projects! Sign up today and get a bonus itty-bitty striped sweater lesson. These sweet little animals will become your go-to knitted gift! About Susan B. Anderson: ———————————— By her own admission, Susan B. Anderson has tried “practically every craft under the sun.” At 19, she taught herself to knit from a pamphlet picked up at a fabric store in her hometown of Madison, Wis., where she still lives. She began designing knits when her four children were small, eventually trading her career as a public school teacher for the pursuit of knitting nirvana. She is the author of four knitting books with a fifth on the way, all published by

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