Amigurumi Knits Patterns for 20 Cute Mini Knits by Hansi Singh

By Hansi Singh

Amigurumi is the japanese paintings of knitting or crocheting small crammed animals and anthropomorphic creatures. as a rule they're kooky little animals yet they could even be inanimate gadgets, like greens, which are given faces and limbs.
This booklet could have 20 designs, together with animals and inanimate items. A knitting fundamentals part will supply directions for the entire innovations had to make the tasks.

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Rnd 86: Knit. Rnd 87: [K2tog, k4] 8 times (40 sts). Rnd 88: Knit. Rnd 89: [K2tog, k3] 8 times (32 sts). Rnd 90: Knit. Stuff piece about one-third full, so that when you fold the first half of the piece up into the second half, it appears filled out and has a hollow underside. Attach 18mm eyes, placed one stitch below the second decrease round, and spaced 16 stitches apart. Rnd 91: [K2tog, k2] 8 times (24 sts). Rnd 92: Knit. Rnd 93: [K2tog, k1] 8 times (16 sts). Rnd 94: [K2tog] 8 times (8 sts). Break yarn and draw tightly through the stitches with a tapestry needle.

Stuff the piece about one-quarter full, so that when you fold the first half of the piece up into the second half, it appears filled out and has a hollow underside. Attach 12mm eyes, placed 2 stitches below first decrease round and spaced 7 stitches apart. Rnd 34: [K2tog] 8 times (8 sts). Break yarn and draw tightly through the stitches with a tapestry needle. Beak With F, cast on 3 stitches onto one DPN. Knit 1 round of I-cord, then break yarn and draw tightly through stitches with a tapestry needle.

Thread the end of the yarn onto a tapestry needle, and slip the needle through a stitch next to the first stitch that you will knit. Bring the needle out on the back, or purl, side of the piece, then weave the loose ends through a couple of stitches on the back of the piece. Loop the end of the yarn through itself to secure it. Picking Up Stitches on a Three-Dimensional Piece Another seamless way to add appendages or other features to a body is to pick up stitches on the body and knit outward. Decide where on the piece you want to pick up stitches.

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