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Unicorns, Dragons and More Fantasy Amigurumi: Bring 14 Magical Characters to Life!

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Whip out your crochet hook and summon your coziest chair: the crochet spells in this brand-new collection will work their magic to bring 14 fantastical amigurumi to life! The cute creatures in this magical world will charm you all. Go for a swim with the mermaids and nymphs, go Nessie-spotting and dragon hunting and follow the fairies and unicorns on a walk through the for Whip out your crochet hook and summon your coziest chair: the crochet spells in this brand-new collection will work their magic to bring 14 fantastical amigurumi to life! The cute creatures in this magical world will charm you all. Go for a swim with the mermaids and nymphs, go Nessie-spotting and dragon hunting and follow the fairies and unicorns on a walk through the forest. And there’s much more waiting for you at the end of the rainbow! Beginners as well as advanced crocheters can conjure up these adorable fantasy creatures with a flick of their hooks. All patterns are accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions as well as explanations of all stitches used, and are easily customizable, so it’s a small step to imagine your very own fantasy amigurumi!


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Whip out your crochet hook and summon your coziest chair: the crochet spells in this brand-new collection will work their magic to bring 14 fantastical amigurumi to life! The cute creatures in this magical world will charm you all. Go for a swim with the mermaids and nymphs, go Nessie-spotting and dragon hunting and follow the fairies and unicorns on a walk through the for Whip out your crochet hook and summon your coziest chair: the crochet spells in this brand-new collection will work their magic to bring 14 fantastical amigurumi to life! The cute creatures in this magical world will charm you all. Go for a swim with the mermaids and nymphs, go Nessie-spotting and dragon hunting and follow the fairies and unicorns on a walk through the forest. And there’s much more waiting for you at the end of the rainbow! Beginners as well as advanced crocheters can conjure up these adorable fantasy creatures with a flick of their hooks. All patterns are accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions as well as explanations of all stitches used, and are easily customizable, so it’s a small step to imagine your very own fantasy amigurumi!

30 review for Unicorns, Dragons and More Fantasy Amigurumi: Bring 14 Magical Characters to Life!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Scottsdale Public Library

    This amazing book resulted from an annual amigurumi design contest on www.amigurumi.net. Amigurumi is the art of creating crochet or knitted stuffed creatures. Even if you don’t crochet, you’ve got to meet Nessie the beautiful Loch Ness Monster, Pinch the Goblin in all his green glory, Griffy the Griffin, Emily the Mermaid, Molly the Sweet Tooth Fairy and all the rest. Let their stories wash over you, and just smile. Unicorns, dragons and more includes 14 mythical creatures from designers all ov This amazing book resulted from an annual amigurumi design contest on www.amigurumi.net. Amigurumi is the art of creating crochet or knitted stuffed creatures. Even if you don’t crochet, you’ve got to meet Nessie the beautiful Loch Ness Monster, Pinch the Goblin in all his green glory, Griffy the Griffin, Emily the Mermaid, Molly the Sweet Tooth Fairy and all the rest. Let their stories wash over you, and just smile. Unicorns, dragons and more includes 14 mythical creatures from designers all over the world. These crochet designs spark imagination, creativity and a deep desire to bring them to life. Whatever your skill level, they really do come alive! There is a lot of helpful basic information in the book, patterns for different skill levels, great illustrations and directions. I’ve made Harriet the Pegasus, Bobby the Dinocorn, and Little Peryton as presents. I’m also making Koji the Baby Dragon. For the most part the patterns are easy to follow and easy to modify if you need to. What a treasure! - Kathy G.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Diana Toole

    These projects are AMAZING! I can't wait to stitch them ALL! These projects are AMAZING! I can't wait to stitch them ALL!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Deb

    This one has some really cute patterns. Another one I would own!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I love the Dino unicorn. I might get this for the Harry Potter inspired animals. I am hoping patterns are easy to do.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    A lot of cute patterns, although I wish there were more variety. Like there are 2 dragons, 3 horse-type animals (okay one unicorn, one ”dinocorn” and one pegasus) but they are pretty similar in my opinion. I think at least one of them could be excluded for something else.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Ok. So, I will admit the I got this book out of the library mainly for the eye candy and to stare longingly at the possibilities. I am not a crochet or knitter. I don't seem to have the brain to process the instructions for either no matter how simple the pattern or the end product. I have tried video tutorials, books, etc. but to no avail. It's a little like math for me, and so maybe I have a mental block. I have knit simple dish cloths before, and the minute I stop for a few days, I have to ba Ok. So, I will admit the I got this book out of the library mainly for the eye candy and to stare longingly at the possibilities. I am not a crochet or knitter. I don't seem to have the brain to process the instructions for either no matter how simple the pattern or the end product. I have tried video tutorials, books, etc. but to no avail. It's a little like math for me, and so maybe I have a mental block. I have knit simple dish cloths before, and the minute I stop for a few days, I have to basically sit down with my mom and have her walk me through it all over again so I can do the knitting part. But enough about me .... This is a wonderful book, and while I can't judge the actual instructions, I'm pretty sure that they are clear and set up for someone who knows how to crochet or can understand crochet and knitting pattern instructions. The ideas are great, and I feel like the actual work would be pretty straight forward. I have to say that, because I am not good with the black and white stills, it would have been nice to have some visual step-by-step for the actual stitches (is that the right word?) before getting into the actual patterns. But all in all, I am very much hoping I can convince my mom to make some of these instead of making a dozen more dish cloths. Which is the real reason I took out the book. Kids have already identified the one they would like Nanni to make for them. Heh. Heh. Heh.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Spelbring

    This was a Christmas present from my Amazon Wishlist this past year. It was one of two crochet books I received, and while I used the other book first, this one inspired me to crochet as well. I have made one creature from this book, and mostly it was due to a few things. It was a fairly simple pattern, although there was some detail involved, and the store behind the creature. I made Little Peryton, the flying deer from Atlantis who enjoys leading lost travelers out of the forest. I was enchant This was a Christmas present from my Amazon Wishlist this past year. It was one of two crochet books I received, and while I used the other book first, this one inspired me to crochet as well. I have made one creature from this book, and mostly it was due to a few things. It was a fairly simple pattern, although there was some detail involved, and the store behind the creature. I made Little Peryton, the flying deer from Atlantis who enjoys leading lost travelers out of the forest. I was enchanted. Dubbed Peter Albert II, he's been a delightful addition to my crochet menagerie, and has since adopted a new job as a guard. He's very good at it, never leaves his post. There are a few more patterns I'd like to tackle, and few more that I think are adorable, but look like they'd be a lot of work thanks to all the separate pieces that are required. However, I see that as a good thing, a variety of patterns gives me something to do now, and something to do later. There is a sequel to this book, and I've been looking it over, though at this stage I'm leaving it on my Amazon Wishlist for next Christmas.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Adorable patterns for all ability levels. Well detailed instructions for complicated pieces. This publisher is always a reliable source for great patterns. I really love that they compile their books from a variety of crochet pattern creators the world over.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Keipp

    Thrilled with this book! A Christmas present, I'm on the third character already with plans to make them all! Characters come out larger than you expect for an amigurumi book, but that's just fine! Thrilled with this book! A Christmas present, I'm on the third character already with plans to make them all! Characters come out larger than you expect for an amigurumi book, but that's just fine!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Beatrice Longbottom

    I'm a complete beginner to crochet and found the instructions to be very easy to follow. I made the toothfairy tooth and I'm quite proud of myself! I'm a complete beginner to crochet and found the instructions to be very easy to follow. I made the toothfairy tooth and I'm quite proud of myself!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Raquel Rivaldi Robertti

    Adore la sirena, es un libro que es apto para un nivel intermedio de conocimientos de tejido, no implica técnicas o puntos complejos.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kelsy Baker

    This book was easy to read and the patterns were easy to follow.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    Convinced to purchase by daughter. Looking forward to starting some dragons.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Cute and clever designs. Makes me want to learn more than granny square

  15. 5 out of 5

    Diane Prince

    the best amigurumi book I have ever seen

  16. 5 out of 5

    Marg Corjay

    Clear, easy to follow directions for adorable mystical beings. Lots of fun details that add an unique touch to your creation. Love these books!

  17. 4 out of 5

    The Book Squirrel

    Another great amigurumi collection! My favourites are the unicorn, phoenix, dinocorn, peryton, and baby dragon. The mermaid was requested by the daughter of a friend and I think the griffin is super cute.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Robert Leeming

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mary Evans

  20. 4 out of 5

    Audra

  21. 4 out of 5

    Joe Harvey

  22. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

  23. 5 out of 5

    JJ O'NEILL

  24. 4 out of 5

    Martin Mccully

  25. 5 out of 5

    Gulsah

  26. 4 out of 5

    Danika Belli

  27. 5 out of 5

    ellis

  28. 4 out of 5

    Katie-Maree Hanlon

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lista M Benson

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