Crochet designer Cindy Wang, known better to most as The Geeky Hooker, has gained a lot of attention in recent years for her annual activity of hiding her own amigurumi creatures throughout San Diego’s Comic Con. This delights those who have gotten to know her work. The fun recently spread to the East Coast when she hid crochet superheroes around New York City. This fun attitude that inspires her “crochet ninja” revelry can be seen throughout her book Literary Yarns: Crochet Projects Inspired by Classic Books. Inspiration for Crochet Cindy is inspired by many different things, primarily people and characters from books and movies. She shares in the introduction to Literary Yarns, “I crocheted a little Frida Kahlo, a fuzzy Link from The Legend of Zelda, a miniature Walter White from Breakking Bad, a darling Harley Quinn from the Batman series, and on and on.” The inspiration for the two dozen amigurumi patterns in…
According to my September calendar of random holidays, today is Elephant Appreciation today. Lots of people have made crochet elephants that I’ve shared in various places on this blog in the post so I figured why not round them up today in celebration!
I want to share with you Simply Adorable Crochet: 40 of the Cutest Projects Ever by Maki Oomachi.
All November I’m sharing selections here from my Crochet Pinterest Boards. Today I’m sharing ten fun pieces of amigurumi pinned to, of course, my amgirumi crochet board.
Here are 20 more examples of awesome extreme tiny crochet.
How small can you crochet? I don’t have the patience to crochet little teeny tiny creatures but I sure do respect people who do!
This week’s featured selection for an Etsy crochet pattern for sale is an amigurumi pattern for an adorable classic car by DeliciousCrochet.