Crochet Little Heroes by Orsi Farkasvolgyi

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Crochet Little Heroes by Orsi Farkasvolgyi

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Crochet Little Heroes is a paperback book that, using the Japanese art of amigurumi, you can learn how to crochet 20 cute heroes and heroines!

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Crochet Little Heroes by Orsi Farkasvolgyi

20 crochet Projects inspired by inspirational heroes

Crochet Little Heroes is a paperback book that, using the Japanese art of amigurumi, you can learn how to crochet 20 cute heroes and heroines! Not only will they become beloved keepsakes, they will also celebrate the lives of icons such as Jane Austen, Frida Khalo, Maya Angelou, Pablo Picasso, Muhammad Ali, and Bruce Lee. From World War 2 heroes such as Josephine Baker to talented musicians and actors including Prince and Audrey Hepburn, everyone will find a crocheted character in this book to inspire them.

Each project begins with a short description and lists the yarn type and colours used, but readers should feel free to use whichever brand and colours they prefer. The clear instructions are accompanied by a gorgeous photograph of the finished character and close-up photos demonstrating the trickier stages. At the end of the book you will find all the stitches and techniques needed to crochet the figures, all clearly illustrated with diagrams.

The Projects:-  Misty Copeland, Frida Kahlo, Rita Moreno, Coco Chanel, Josephine Baker, Maya Angelou, Jane Austen, Bruce Lee, Jackie Robinson, Jane Goodall, Malala Yousafzai, Audrey Hepburn, Serena Williams, Muhammad Ali, Gandhi, Prince, Katherine Johnson, Abraham Lincoln, Pablo Picasso, Rosa Parks

Orsi Farkasvölgyi is a professional amigurumi designer from Budapest, Hungary. A former film distributor, her soft spot has always been animation. When Orsi left her job to pursue her dreams to became a dollmaker, through her amigurumi designs her love and passion for cute characters found a new outlet.

ISBN: 9781782219521

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