We often need to crochet directly onto the finished piece poking through its stitches. You may happen to use this method to make neck, ears, limbs, etc. It is done to make the transition from one piece to the other invisible and neat. But sometimes it is hard to make it look so. This article will give you some pieces of advice how to master this technique.
Let's talk about using glass pebbles and cabochons to make the eyes for your crocheted or knitted project.
Transparent cabochons can be found in a craft store. If you can’t find them, you can try looking for glass pebbles that are used to decorate fish tanks. They can be easily found in aquarium supplies stores. We recommend that you use the pebbles that are flat at the back. Such pebbles are easier to attach to your toy...
This article will tell you how to make the eyes using polymer clay. Polymer clay is available in a wide range of brands and color, which gives a crafter great amount of possibilities. You can make any detail for your toy to make it unique and attractive.
The eyes are one of the first things we pay attention to when we see a stuffed amigurumi. Gorgeous eyes can turn the simplest toy into a masterpiece. However, the eyes can ruin a well-crocheted toy if they don’t match.
There are several ways of making the eyes for your toy. Below you can find the most popular methods and choose the one you like the most.
If you like crocheting toys, you will be definitely tempted to try some fancy yarn, be it fluffy, eyelash or chenille yarn. In many LittleOwlsHut patterns you have to work with this kind of yarn. Fluffy toys are so huggable and cute. However, it may turn out a challenge to cope with it. Here are some tips how to work with fluffy yarn and get a wonderful and cute toy.
To begin with I should warn you that I’ve never claimed to be a great felter as I hardly have any experience in felting, but nevertheless let me show you how to felt your own toy valenki boots in case someone finds it beneficial.
So let’s just call this article as simple as that “That’s how I felted my toy valenki boots”.
• Felting wool
• A piece of 4mm thick packaging/carpet/laminate underlay foam for valenki b...