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Amigurumi at Home Book Review

Amigurumi at HomeAmi @ Home

Publisher: Martingale

Number of Pages: 84 pages

Number of Projects: 16 projects

Types of Projects: Tons of great projects for kids’ rooms. Rugs, pj holders, baskets, foot warmers, and pillows (including a pillow to put their tooth in for the tooth fairy).

Difficulty: While there is not difficulty rating listed, I’m going to say most of these are beginner to advanced beginner because the patterns use single crochet with increasing and decreasing for the shaping.

CupcakeRugCupcake Rug

First Impression: My first impression when I opened this book was, “Awww….”. While I don’t make too many ami items, I find these adorable. They’re useful and practical, with that cute ami look. I really want to make the cupcake rug! ….and maybe even the tooth fairy pillow.

As always Martingale has included tons of resources and extras beyond the patterns themselves. There is stitch help, resourses, and tips to just name a few. You can click on the photos or the link under the cover to go the the Martingale site and see the book for yourself.

Caterpillar BasketsCaterpillar Baskets

Tooth Fairy PillowTooth Fairy Pillow

Toys and Books BasketToys & Books Basket

Robot Pajama HolderRobot Pajama Holder

I’ve shown you just a few of my favorites, but there are many more cute designs!

Happy Crocheting!

 *Disclaimer* – This book was provided to me for a review, but all opinions are strictly my own.


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