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Pin It Tuesday: Crochet

If you remember from last week, I love crocheting. I love the satisfaction of creating something with my own hands. It is so rewarding. My grandma taught me how to crochet simple hot pad holders, such as these-



They are just about the easiest things to crochet. I stuck with these for a few years. I believe she never had to make another one, and still has new ones to use from this time span! I then moved onto afghans-



Nothing like this one, however isn't that a beautiful pattern? I then started experimenting with fun yarn thicknesses. I made everyone baby blankets and ended up giving a lot to charity. I then found amigurumi. By definition it means
crocheted or knitted stuffed toy is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small stuffed animals and anthropomorphic creatures.
In other words, ridiculously cute little crocheted creatures that serve almost no purpose unless you are a child. So I must share with you the cuteness pinterest has to offer in the world of amigurumi.





In case you are wanting to learn how to create these awesome little creatures, here is a wonderful tutorial.




Now, these aren't amigurumi, but they are just awesome enough I can't keep them to myself!



Source: etsy.com via Vanessa on Pinterest






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