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9780760373163

Too Cute Crochet Kits: Baby Owl

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  • ISBN13:

    9780760373163

  • ISBN10:

    0760373167

  • Format: Package
  • Copyright: 2021-09-07
  • Publisher: becker&mayer! Books
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Summary

Crochet your own baby owl! This kit includes everything you need to make a sweet amigurumi baby owl from start to finish.

Each kit in the Too Cute Crochet series is a crafter’s dream, including everything needed to make an adorable crochet project from start to finish—no need to hunt down materials or stock up on more than you need. The removable, illustrated color instruction book leads you through the pattern, step by step. With a foolproof pattern and matching materials, your perfect amigurumi creation will look just like the image in the book. Whatever your skill level, you will likely be able to complete the project with ease the same day you start.

This little feathered friend is TOO CUTE! Crochet this cutie for yourself or give him as a gift; either way, it’s sure to bring a smile.

Inside you’ll find:
  • 4 Colors of Yarn
  • Crochet Hook
  • Plastic Safety Eyes
  • Fiberfill
  • Yarn Needle
  • Illustrated Instruction Book
Also in the Too Cute Crochet series:Kawaii Kitty Cat.

Author Biography

Kati Gálusz discovered the world of amigurumi when she wanted to make a unique gift for a toy-collector friend. What started as a quick fling has grown into the love of a lifetime, allowing her to combine her need for creativity with her main interests: animals and great books and movies. After lavishing her creations on her long-suffering family and friends, she started to sell them on Etsy and share her crochet patterns on Ravelry. When she is not crocheting, she can usually be found with a book in her hand, surrounded by her dogs in her home near Budapest, the Hungarian capital.

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