Creepy Cute Crochet: Zombies, Ninjas, Robots, and More Hardcover – 1 Jun 2008
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This book is chock-full of the cutest little stuffed creatures, ranging in difficulty from 'beginner' to 'epic.' (Really. Epic.) Most of the patterns start with the same base- a basic head and a basic body, with each stuffie sporting it s own unique permutation. --Crafts Epic, October, 2011
..combies the infamous cutness of Japanese crafts with characters more associated with horror flicks, bad action, sci-fi movies. Patterns include zombies, aliens, ninjas, vampires, Vikings to name just a few…' --Zombie Times, October, 2011
This book is a funky fun amigurumi crochet pattern book for people who love nerdy creatures like zombies and robots. It s got good instructions and a lot of detail to the patterns so if you ve never done amigurumi before you don t need to be intimidated. The style of the book is child-inspired so if you re looking for a book that feels serious then this isn t the one for you! --Crochet Craft, October, 2011
About the Author
Christen Haden, a.k.a. NeedleNoodles, is a freelance computer programmer by day and crafting dynamo at all times. She is the proprietor of a popular shop on etsy.com (www.needlenodles.com), and her dolls are featured on several online indy craft stores.
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It's smaller than I expected, only about A5, but has a decent number of designs in for the price. Most of them are based on the same initial form, so a lot of it is just tweaking or extra bits to produce the new character. I think it's pretty good value for money, and a nice addition to my pattern collection. Ideal for any crafter with an interest in alternative patterns :)
It is a very lovely book, and I will be making everything in it - just need to get to grips with the basics of crochet and I will be well away!
I especially like the Knight pattern, complete with mini crochet helmet and shield, that I made as a gift (perfect for the newly single- why wait for a knight in shining armour when you can crochet one?!).
I also like the way the book is small and hardback- this makes it easy to carry in a bag for crochet on the move.
Only drawback is I want to make so many of these I may get overrun by a mini army of skeletons, zombies and spartan warriors. Also I agree with the first reviewer- don't get this as your very first crochet book, you'll need to know the basic stitches to complete the patterns.
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