Amigurumi Treasures: 15 Crochet Projects To Cherish

Every fan of amigurumi needs to own this adorable collection of 15 kawaii-inspired patterns. Including Lottie the ladybug who dreams of being a pilot, Charlie the platypus who is training to be an athlete, Rosie the fawn who loves to garden — and many more —each project comes with their own set of accessories that can be mixed and matched. Give your creation a unique twist to create your very own amigurumi treasure!

Want a sneak peek? Read an exclusive excerpt from this book and learn about author Erinna Lee.

‘Amigurumi Treasures’ by Erinna Lee, retail price: €16,50 / $18.95 / £13.95. Paperback edition available on Amazon or in your local craft/book store, PDF edition available on Amigurumipatterns.net.

Amigurumi Treasures Giveaway

  • Open only to legal residents of United States and its territories (except residents of Puerto Rico) and Canada (except residents of Quebec) at least 13 years old at the time of entry. The winner will be announced here on this page as well as contacted by the email address provided on November 1st 2019.

Paperback, 120Pages, $13.27, 978-9491643309

Comments
  • Diane Wernke

    I love the adorable patterns in this collection and can’t wait to get the book

    Reply
  • Estellah Babirye

    hooks for community transformation
    A part from my job, I empower vulnerable young women in basic crochet skills and there after they start up businesses to earn a living. Financial stability reduces their risks of involving in sex trade which may expose them to acquiring HIV/AIDs, STIs, and unwanted pregnancy. IN addition crochet skills are more cost effective as compared to other skills because its just , a hook, yarn and skills to transform a life. However in Uganda crochet skills are less prominent, resources like books, hooks, and yarn are difficult to find. For this reason ,I and the girls best disserve this offer. Lets transform lives through crochet!!

    Reply
  • Estellah Babirye

    hooks for community transformation
    A part from my job, I empower vulnerable young women in basic crochet skills and there after they start up businesses to earn a living. Financial stability reduces their risks of involving in sex trade which may expose them to acquiring HIV/AIDs, STIs, and unwanted pregnancy. IN addition crochet skills are more cost effective as compared to other skills because its just , a hook, yarn and skills to transform a life. However in Uganda crochet skills are less prominent,resources like books, hooks, and yarn are difficult to find. For this reason ,I and the girls best disserve this offer. Lets transform lives through crochet!!

    Reply

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