Is it easy to make amigurumi?
Crocheting is the art of making toys by using the crocheting hook and yarn and frequent needle technique. It is a combination of the Japanese words ami (crochet) and nuigirimi (stuffed toy). Great toys can be made with creativity and dexterity. It is difficult if you are not good with handicrafts.
Which yarn using for amigurumi toys?
Choose yarns with the highest percentage of cotton that your budget allows. If you are going to use it as a decorative, it has a 100% acrylic structure and has a very affordable price compared to other cotton yarns. Its fullness and texture do not present any decorative problems.
What can be done with the Amigurumi technique?
For example, many products such as key chains, dolls, toys, door and room decorations are in production.
What is put in amigurumi?
Polyester fiber is one of the softest filling materials, also known as “Polyfill”. This material, which has the most common use, is especially used in amigurumis, pillows and jacket linings. This material makes dolls an ideal toy for children due to its softness.
Why Amigurumi toy?
As a result of our research, amigurumi toys are quite healthy compared to toys made of other plastic and wooden materials. The soft texture of Amigurumi toys also prevents children from harming each other while playing.
Amigurumi toys healthy?
They are the most reliable and healthy toys in the toy group. The only point you need to pay attention to in these toys made with knitting is the rope. The fact that the yarn is organic, non-allergenic and antibacterial at the same time indicates that the toys carry any risk in terms of health.
Why Organic toys?
Organic products, on the other hand, consist of nature and environmentally friendly options. Organic toys are made from natural materials such as wood, wool and paper. When choosing toys for your baby, you do not have to worry about which product contains chemicals. Toys containing toxins can cause health problems such as dermatitis and eczema.
What is “Abbreviations”?
They are the abbreviations of terms used while making amigurumi.
AR – Amigurumi Magic ring
MR – Amigurumi Magic ring
3in1 – crochet 3 columns in one loop
sc : Single Crochet
inc : Increase
dec : Decrease
tr : Triple Crochet/ Treble Crochet
dc : Double Crochet
hdc: Half Double Crochet
sl-st or Slst: Slip Stitch
ch : Chain
tch: Turnin chain crochet
..in : make increase into same stitch as many as the number which is given in front of “inc” abbreviation (exp; 3inc, 4inc..).
FLO : Crochet into front loops only
BLO : Crochet into back loops only