Amigurumi Treasures: 15 Crochet Projects To Cherish (Paperback)

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Let’s go on a wonderful treasure hunt! Designer Erinna Lee has drawn up a map to help you discover her most darling amigurumi.

Lottie the ladybug dreams of becoming a pilot, Charlie the platypus trains to become an Olympic athlete, Rosie the fawn gives her all to gardening and Rex the dinosaur professor has just discovered the fossils of the Crochetosaurus. And they have a lot more friends, with big hearts and even bigger dreams. Having these precious friends around will make you feel like the most fortunate person in the world!

The 15 amigurumi in this book are little gems, waiting to be discovered and cherished by you. They’re outfitted with the most kawaii accessories that you can mix and match with the other characters as well. Erinna shares a wealth of information in this book, so with a couple of stitches and some soft yarn, you’ll make your very own amigurumi treasure trove in no time!

About the Author


Designer LittleAquaGirl (Erinna Lee) is a scientist by day and a crochet lover by night. She loves soft colors and kawaii characters. Her amigurumi score high on the cuteness scale.


Product Details
ISBN: 9789491643309
ISBN-10: 9491643304
Publisher: Meteoor Books
Publication Date: October 1st, 2019
Pages: 120
Language: English

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