Aquatic Amigurumi: Make a Colorful Splash in Your Yarn Stash (Paperback)

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Dive in the splashy underwater world of Natasha Tishchenko (natura_crochet)! Aquatic amigurumi have never been this colorful, bubbly, and fun before, and you’ll be surprised to find how easy it is to make them all yourself. Natasha Tishchenko has designed a school of splendid amigurumi who live underneath and above the water, and they’re ready to make a big splash in your yarn stash! Play along with the comical octopus, enjoy a cup of tea with the chatty seagull, get some swimming lessons from the patient walrus, and join the fisherman on his early morning trip. And there are many more marine friends waiting to meet you! With step-by-step pictures and video tutorials, beginners as well as advanced crocheters can create a whole ‘funquarium’ of their own!

About the Author

Natasha Tishchenko (Russia) is an amigurumi designer with a big heart for fun, colorful, and quirky designs with fancy shapes. Aquatic Amigurumi is her very first amigurumi pattern book. She lives together with her husband and two sons.

Product Details
ISBN: 9789491643439
ISBN-10: 9491643436
Publisher: Meteoor Books
Publication Date: September 1st, 2022
Pages: 136
Language: English


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