Amigurumi tutorial to make a crocheted cactus

This video tutorial you will show one of the most popular techniques to crochet: the amigurumi. This kind of technique originated in Japan and allows you to create many puppets, stuffed animals and objects from the three-dimensional shape. No need to be very experienced to work the amigurumi technique, just have the knowledge of some basic points of crochet, or if you also prefer the knitting (using the stockinette stitch).

At this point, what is needed is the cotton or wool yarn, a crochet hook the extent required by the yarn purchased and padding for puppets as hydrophilic polyester or cotton.

It starts to working individually the parts that make up the amigurumi, after which we proceed to assemble them with the seams. In this new video tutorial made by the talented Flying Mio, it shows how to make a funny cactus crochet, useful to decorate rooms or as truly original and nice gift idea.

Proceed with sixteen chains and go for so low leaving the first mesh point. Now do a chain and turn the work and then go to work rib the entire round. Now continue with fifteen low mesh and work rib and end it with a crochet. Keep it up until you've got a full relief fabric making twenty-nine laps. The process often you do it for all the parts of your cactus.
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