This is something I hope I have worked on but there are several unfinished projects lying around the house that would suggest I need to give it some more work. This is why crochet and amigurami appeals to me so much. It gives almost instant gratification, keep it simple and you can make a ball in an hour or a toy in an evening. With larger projects you can see it growing before your eyes, which spurs me on to complete things. I don't seem to have as many problems finishing them, maybe thats just because it is so much fun.
I was bought a book of amigurami with a hook and a few yarns just over 12 months ago and haven't looked back. I love it! So I thought I'd show you a few things I have made. Some of these are still around and will make it into the nursery, others have been given away.
|My first ever amigurami|
|Kitteh - we still have her, she will be watching the mobile with mischief on her mind|
|A pair of owls - big given to my nephcousin and little to my nan|
|Bear pod - he has a secret compartment for my little ones trinkets|
|Red Pikmin - the first amigurami that i made without a pattern.|