Knotty Bicsie is one of the doyennes of knitting and crochet in Singapore, having started her home crafting studio more than 6 years ago. She now conducts lessons and workshops on a regular basis to a loyal following of students. She has very kindly invited me to conduct a workshop to teach her students how to make two of these babies:
I know I sound like a toddler but I am super excited to be doing this. Amigurumi style crochet is so easy and fun and useful (my friend's kids love receiving my creations as gifts!), I want to introduce as many crocheters to Amigurumi as possible. I also think making little costumes for tiny Kewpie babies is the best possible project to get people addicted to Amigurumi! What else can you think of that embodies all the fun, quirky and uber cute qualities of Japanese style crochet?
So please come by and check us out if you're local. If you're not local and would still like to try making a Kewpie Bear - watch this space. I'll be preparing his pattern very soon then I'll post it for free download right here!
|Kewpie army waiting to be dressed!|
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