Toys Toys Toys

Toys Toys Toys

This year’s Amigurumi-Along (running from July 1 to August 31) is already in full swing, with more than 20 cute amigurumis already finished before the first week is even over! You’re incredible, folks!

I wanted to give you a small overview on the participating designers and also show you some of the cutest toys made so far. It’s still not too late to get all patterns eligible for the prize drawing in the end at a 25% discount until July 9! (Use coupon code AMIALONG2017 at checkout)

The idea for an Amigurumi Along group came from Justyna Kacprzak from Cute and Caboodle and Alyssa Voznak from MonstersToybox. Both are incredibly talented designers of crochet amigurumi toys and are organizing this event for the third year in a row now. A big thumbs up for the two of you! Here are a few of their designs, check them out!

Mumpitz Design Amigurumi along
Cute and Caboodle

Mumpitz Design Amigurumi along

IdaHerter‘s collection of crochet dolls and toys are topped up by playful accessories featuring cute animal faces. Her aim is to design fun, adorable crochet patterns that are easy to read and enjoyable.
Mumpitz Design Amigurumi along
Ida Herter
Mevvsan aka Mevlinn Gusick is an American college graduate with a degree in Fine Arts Painting and has some lovely crochet woodland creatures among others in her repertoire.
Mumpitz Design Amigurumi along
MevvSan
PatchworkMoose aka Kate E. Hancock’s crochet toys feature incredibly darling details and are my favourite designs so far. I wish I was more skilled at crochet…
Mumpitz Design Amigurumi along
Patchwork Moose
LoliFox is not only addicted to all things fiber (aren’t we all?) but also an upcoming designer with love for little crochet ocean creatures.
Mumpitz Design Amigurumi along
lolifox

Amination by carfis11  is all about big eyed crochet cuties. I’m especially in love with her Microcosmos collection of insects 🙂

Mumpitz Design Amigurumi along
Amination

So far – since cast on day July 1st – a whole bunch of crochet cuties have been made that make me wish I could crochet better. Which one is your favourite?

There’s still plenty of time to join in and have fun making toys all summer long.

Happy Amigurumi-ing 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

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