Knitters will be delighted by the knitted world of Amy Gaines. Her toys are based on the Japanese craft trend of amigurumi (knitted or crocheted dolls). These very collectible designs are sure to be a hit with Amy's fans-grownups and children alike. This 112-page book features 23 adorable knitted creatures, including:. A Woodland Set-Squirrel, Owl, Mouse, Hedgehog, and Acorn. A Garden Gnome. A Birdhouse with Birds. An Ocean Set-Octopus, Whale, Crab, and Turtle . A set of true amigurumi-style critters-Bunny, Pig, and Bear. Plus, a more realistic group of animals-Sheep, Duck, and Bunny
Adorably simple, enchantingly cute, crocheted critters are capturing hearts around the world. Called “amigurumi” in Japan, these charming little pets are easy and fun to make. This English-language pattern book shows you how to create amigurumi animals that are true expressions of your creative side. 12 patterns include cat, monkey, bear, frog, turtle and more.
Amigurumi Little Friends - This is another fun pattern from Gourmet Crochet. "Crochet this group of little friends with scraps of worsted weight yarn. Called amigurumi in Japan - translation is knitted dolls - little crocheted animals and dolls have become a favourite of collectors worldwide. This collection includes Bridgette Bear, Cattarina Ballerina, Malcolm Mouse, Felicia Firefly, Karla Koala, Florian Frog and Bailey Beagle. Suitable for intermediate skill level.
Coming off an intense and emotionally rough period that surrounded the recording and release of 2013's No Morphine No Lilies, drummer Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom is in upbeat, adventurous form on 2016's Otis Was a Polar Bear. Which isn't to say that she and her bandmates weren't game for adventure on No Morphine No Lilies. On the contrary, the group found its footing on that album born out of a tumultuous year that included Miller taking care of her sick girlfriend, two of her bandmates having babies, and Miller drawing attention, some unfairly negative, for a Huffington Post article she wrote about being a lesbian feminist in the jazz world.
This comprehensive Bear Family audiotheque is dedicated to the mid-Sixties German Beat music boom. A total of 30 installments with 20 to 30 titles per CD, all remastered for the best possible sound quality. The author, Hans-Jürgen Klitsch, has written the hugely informative booklets for our CDs. Please note that all liner notes are in German language. Another Bear Family exclusive!