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Amy of Little Muggles makes the most adorable little stuffed animal creations, don’t you think? If you’re wondering, amigurumi is simply a Japanese word meaning a crocheted or knitted stuffed doll. It’s not really a technique. It’s just the Japanese word for a stuffed toy. To say that Amy is an expert at making amigurumi is an understatement. Since the word amigurumi is now a part of our crochet vocabulary, you may also see people call them ami for short. Ami means crocheted or knitted so it’s not technically correct, but what’s not to love about a nickname?
In addition to the patterns which she has made available on her website, she also has patterns in several traditionally published books. She contributed her talent to all four of the popular Zoomigurumi books.
Amy has weighted this owl with polyester pellets and she works at a tight tension to ensure they don’t leak out. You might also consider putting the pellets inside an old knee high before you stuff the owl.
Pick up your free crochet pattern at Little Muggles Amigurumi Designs HERE.
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I’ll be giving away this package of 20 mini yarn skeins of DK weight yarn, 100% acrylic, assorted colors, 28 yards per skein. This gift looks like it would be the perfect amount to make this cute little owl or maybe this free pattern for Stripey Mitts.
One name will be chosen randomly from all names entered prior to close at 12:00am (CST) on October 4, 2016. The winner will be required to provide me with a mailing address. Leaving your email address is mandatory to enter. There are four different methods to enter. Feel free to use the “Posting to Twitter” option daily for even more entries. Good luck, everyone!
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