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Featured designer ‘Guichai Dolls’


I was very impressed with his works. They are very good and some are very sophisticated.
Here is the interview with Guichai Dolls.

When did you learn to crochet?
I first picked up Crochet around the year 2007.

What was your first crochet project? How did it turn out?
My first Crochet project was 2 small rabbits, the finished doll’s faces were very funny.

How did you first discover crochet and amigurumi?
I first discovered crochet on a website called Pantip.com.

Where do you get your inspiration from?
I get my inspiration from Cartoons , animations and online games.

What is your favorite crochet item that you have made?
Lord Ganesha is my favorite work so far.

Where do you sell your crochet?
My Etsy shop : Guichai.etsy.com

What might we see from you next?
I am thinking about small dolls which can easily be made not hard to crochet such as snails or bats & so on.

Guichai.etsy.com

Have you tried something new this new year?

It's been a long time since I made a doll from another designer's pattern. I saw the free pattern of Merida the brave doll on AmigurumiBB's blog, she is so adorable.  This doll model was made by Jo Merriman based on the Fairy Doll Pattern by AmigurumiBB.

I made my doll by using DMC Petra No.3 and 3 mm hook. The small heart which she holding is my free pattern : Free Heart Crochet Pattern.


How-to make Red Scarf & Hat for Little Panda

Free Little Panda pattern

Red Scarf & Hat for Little Panda

I crochet 1 strand of red DK yarn and 1 strand of glittery yarn together with 4 mm hook.
~ DK yarn or Light Worsted ~

Scarf

Ch 50, sc in second chain from hook, sc in next 48 chs, fasten off.

Hat

Row 1: Ch 13, sc in second chain from hook, sc in next 11 chs, turn.
Rows 2-31 are working in back loops only.
Row 2-30: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn.

Row 31: Ch 1, sc in each st across, leave long end for sewing, fasten off.

Sew 1st and last row together to form a tube.
Sew one side of the opening close flat and sew pom-pom on both sides of hat.


How to easily make a tiny pom-pom

Wrap yarn around 2 fingers about 20-30 times.

Get it from the fingers and tie it with another piece of yarn, like in the picture below.

Cut and trim the pom-pom.


Teresa Made this cute Cheshire Cat