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Amigurumi Two!: Crocheted Toys for Me and You and Baby Too

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With quirky faces and out-of-proportion body parts, these wildly creative and imaginative toys are irresistible! Crochet a comical tool set that includes a hammer with a funny face! Or create sweet bunnies and teddy bears wearing pajamas and each carrying their own little bunny or teddy bear.Choose from over 25 fun and funny designs, including a crib mobile and stroller to ...more
Paperback, 80 pages
Published June 9th 2009 by Martingale and Company
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I love this book! Great patterns in here, definitely more variety than the first book, which I also liked. This one goes beyond ami though and there are patterns for toys (like a little tool set!) and more food (a whole cake and a tea set!).

Also, the patterns range from beginner to difficult levels, but I think most are pretty intricate and new crocheters might have trouble with them.

Just like Amigurumi World from Ana Paula Rimoli, Amigurumi Two is full of a large variety of cute patterns! While the first book was an overall look at amigurumi, Amigurumi Two! has more of a focus on toys for babies. And if you are like me you really don't have any need for that but there are still some great patterns in there besides those and I think if you wanted to you could modify the patterns for babies to fit your own tastes and needs. The baby patterns include mobiles, stroller toys and
Clear instructions, cute amigurumis!
Rachel Smalter Hall
This is the sequel to Ana Paula Rimoli’s Amigurumi World, which has now grown into a four part series. After spending time with amigurumi books penned by several different authors, I have to say that Ana Paula Rimoli is my favorite. Her patterns are creative, super cute, and — importantly for beginners — totally easy to follow. And I love her boyish amigurumi robots and airplanes.
This book has the CUTEST patterns. There's something for everyone in here and the instructions are very easy. I've had great success with everything thus far. Of all the amigurumi patterns on, this author does the cutest faces. I highly recommend this book!
The bunny and bear in pajamas are too cute! I have made several of them and I found her instructions easy to follow. I plan on making the bird mobile for a friend's baby shower, as well as the set of rattles. Lots of cute patterns.
not much reading, but if you want to make the cutest baby/toddler toys ever, i recommend picking this one up.
I loved this book. I thought the projects were even cuter than the previous one.
I'm currently crocheting a tea set from this book for my niece's birthday.
more crafty cuteness - especially the baby rattles.
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