NB! All tutorials and patterns are written using US crochet terms. If you are not familiar with them, take a look at this chart.
Crochet terms comparison chart. A chart of most common US and UK crochet terms.
Crochet hook comparison chart. A chart with metric, US and UK crochet hook sizes.
|Yarn weight comparison chart. A chart of different yarns with US, UK, NZ and AU terms.|
Parts of a crochet stitch. Crocheting into front or back loops only and around the post of a stitch.
|Knitting in a round with DPNs. Double pointed needles (DPNs) are great for knitting small items like toy clothes, socks and gloves.
|Reverse single crochet stitch. A great way to give your crocheted pieces a nice decorative edging.
|Getting started. Choosing a pattern and materials.
|Magic ring. Starting a piece with an adjustable loop.|
|Crocheting in spiral How to start crocheting in spiral when working in single crochet stitch.
|Increasing. Regular and invisible single crochet increase.|
|Decreasing. Regular and invisible single crochet decrease.|
|Crocheting a round piece. Staggering increases and decreases when crocheting a round amigurumi piece.|
|Finishing an open piece. Two ways to finish an open amigurumi piece.|
|Finishing a closed piece. One method for finishing closed amigurumi pieces.|
|Joining two open pieces. Two ways to sew two open pieces together.
|Sewing an open piece to a closed piece. Joining details with whip and mattress stitch.
|Fastening the yarn tail. A way to securely fasten a yarn with a double knot and hide the tail inside a pice.|
|Starting an oval piece with a chain. Using a chain as a base for an oval piece by crocheting the first row around the starting chain.
|Yarn change. Switching yarns when working in single crochet stitches.
|Seamless join. Join rounds for perfect stripes.|
|Crocheting a flat piece. Two ways to finish flat pieces.
|Sewing a flat piece to a closed piece. Two ways to sew a flat piece to a closed piece.
|Embroidering teddy bear's nose. A quick and easy way to embroider noses on your teddy bears, bunnies and cats.|
|Embroidering a smile. My way of embroidering smooth curved lines on a bumpy crocheted surface.|
|Leaving holes for safety eyes. Leaving little holes in the fabric for safety eyes, noses and joints, if your fabric is too tight to attach them otherwise.|
|Crochet surface stitching. Crocheting on top of another crocheted or knitted piece.|
Clothes and Accessories
|Simple dress and cape. Make a simple crocheted dress and a cape for any long-legged animal or doll, or just a cape for a sitting animal.
|Fabric dress. Sewing a simple fabric dress for your amigurumi dolls or animals.|
|Removable dress. Dress with a lace skirt and button closure. This dress pattern can be customized to fit any size doll or stuffed animal.|
|My Patterns. Link to my online pattern store.|
|Free patterns. Free patterns written by me.|
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