can’t crochet amigurumi because of weather but finished 2 pineapple related crochet instead *0* Meet Şeker :3 All photos of her are so blurry she looks like alien or a ghost kitten in most of them x’D I tried putting her in the pouch and she fall asleep in it its so warm here…
It’s a gloomy full moon night. A hook-nosed wicked witch on a wonky broom flies over a haunted house. One can make out two eerie silhouettes behind a dusty, spiderwebbed tower window.
Diego the skull (aka « The Death », who is also able to bring dead things to life now, thanks to a weekend update training course) triumphantly raises his scythe, when zombie Brian (masterminded brain behind a demonized good plan) sews in the last remaining yarn ends. Suddenly a dazzling flash cuts through the silent darkness and brings a scrappy monster to life, made from old yarn leftovers and stuffed with ancient rags.
Frank is alive! … And completes our set of 3 walking dead creatures at exact the same moment, when a one-eyed black cat crosses the deserted street from left to right, passes an old ladder and disappears through the basement window.
Crafts and DIY projects were a core feature for our readers in Shojo Beat magazine. Books on Japanese fiber arts and crafts, such as amigurumi, have been difficult for readers to obtain in English, so I wanted to help bring some of those great patterns and projects from Japan here! These books will be published under the VIZ Media imprint, but you will be able to hear about them here too.
NEW BOOK ANNOUNCEMENT
Amigurumi: San-X Crochet Patterns
Featuring Rilakkuma, Sentimental Circus and more!
Amigurumi are cute crocheted stuffed animals from Japan. Combine amigurumi with San-X and you get the most adorable crocheted characters! This book of patterns with full-color photographs will show you how to make characters like Rilakkuma and friends, Tarepanda, Sumikko Gurashi and more, plus their accessories.
$14.99 US / $19.99 Canada / £9.99 UK /$22.99 ANZ
Coming in July 2018!
NEW BOOK ANNOUNCEMENT
by Sachiko Susa
Make pompom versions of your favorite Pokémon! This book includes 35 patterns with photographs and instructions for various types of Pokémon like Pikachu, Charmander, Snorlax and Bulbasaur. Gotta make ’em all!
I’ve decided to make the pattern for these adorable pride turtles available for free! You can find it here; the patternhas pictures and step by step instructions and it’s great for beginners since it’s very quick and simple. If you’re just learning how to crochet, I’ll be happy to help you find tutorials for the stitches you’ll need for this project! Happy crocheting :)