The other day I showed you a photo of my growing collection of crochet books. More specifically, my growing collection of amigurumi pattern books. With promises of a peek inside and eventual drooling.
I’ve already shown you several of the patterns from book number one.
Book which I bought before I could even crochet, and which I have already followed several times, making up
“Roary the tiger” in May.
“Wasabi the rabbit”. And book which I am currently using for 2 more projects (no progress made recently) of “Johnny the monkey” and “Leila the pony”.
Once I finish them, there’s still another pattern in this book which sorely tempts me. And that’s “Sartù the lemur”, but I’m a bit apprehensive about crocheting his hands and feet. He has fingers and toes!!!!
In book 2
The patterns I am most likely to want to make are “Otto the turtle”, from the cover and “Vladimir the fox”. Don’t you just love those feet?
In book 3, the patterns which call to me the loudest are
“Rusty the red panda”
and “Nanook the husky”.
And, finally, in book 6. Another red panda “Rudy the red panda”.
“Oswald the owl”.
“Bo the panda”.
And last, but by no means least, “Kimi the kitten”.