Knitting Mochimochi : 20 Super-Cute Strange Designs for Knitted Amigurumi
by Hrachovec, Anna; Simons, Brandi (PHT)







Introduction: Welcome to Mochimochi Land8(4)
Why I Knit Toys-and Why You Should, Too!
10(1)
Whom to Knit Toys For: A Guide
11(1)
Let's Get Started
12(32)
Stuff You'll Need
14(5)
Gauge: To Check or Not to Check?
19(1)
Basic Toy Techniques
20(22)
The Knitting
20(3)
The Stuffing
23(1)
The Closing
24(1)
The Eyes
25(2)
The Seaming
27(5)
The Loose Ends
32(1)
The Embroidery
33(1)
Additional Techniques
34(6)
The Magic Loop
40(2)
Childproofing (and Adultproofing) Your Toys
42(2)
Fierce Creatures
44(22)
Confused Moose
Baby Gators
Bite-Free Bed Bugs
Pigs with Wigs
Squirrels on Wheels
Random Objects
66(22)
Orbiting Oddity
Grouchy Couch
TV Guy
Cuter Polluters
Shyscrapers
Impractical Wearables
88(24)
Pocket Protectors
Naughty and Nicey
Neck Nuzzler
Love Muff
Feet Eaters
Nano Knits
112(16)
Human Beans
Micro Mountains
Plucky Mushrooms
Hamster Herd
Petite Pencil
Design Your Own Knitted Toy128(5)
Knitting Essentials133(9)
Metric Conversion Chart142(1)
Resources143(1)
Index144


An assortment of Japanese-style knitted toy projects for beginner and intermediate knitters shares instructions for acquiring basic supplies and mastering various craft techniques, providing additional tips for creating original designs. Original.





Anna Hrachovec launched her knitted toy patterns in 2007. Her creations have been featured on "The Martha Stewart Show" and exhibited in galleries worldwide. Visit her and her designs at mochimochiland.com






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