25 thoughts on “Crochet tutorial – Amigurumi (Part 2)”

  1. Hmm! I seem to be having a bit of trouble. I’ve been following your steps very carefully, one by one, pausing the video in between to make sure I’ve done one thing at a time, counting my stitches… I’ve pulled it apart and started over four times, but exactly the same thing keeps happening. Mine turns out kind of pointy, not nice and round like yours. It’s as if I’m making a fat carrot, not a ball at all. Do you have any idea what I may be doing wrong? Maybe I should just make fat carrots!

  2. Thank you very much for your tutorials. They are so easy to follow and I thoroughly enjoy them.

  3. @CandyComplexion I’m glad you liked it! Technically it’s crochet, not knitting. I don’t knit very well, but I know there are people who do make amigurumi with knitting as well. Anyway, thanks so much for taking time to comment!

  4. How helpful:O
    Thanks so much, I’ll definitely be following along this tutorial as I make heads, balls, bodies, anything!
    I hope to make lots of plushies for myself or my friends and sibling:)
    I found your tutorial pretty easy to follow, and knitting is a completely new thing for me ^_^
    Thanksss so much WireMySoul 😀

  5. @kusudamalovesanime Are you increasing properly? Do that by putting two single crochet stitches in the same hole, as the video demonstrates. I suspect you’re either just putting straight sc in there or maybe even accidentally decreasing by sc 2 together instead of increasing with 2sc in one stitch.

  6. This was extremely helpful. I hadn’t been able to figure it out from the pattern I have, and your video is really easy to follow and understand. Thank you so much!

  7. question? everytime i crochet the circle keeps on getting smaller i mean after i made the circle in part 1 and i kepp adding rows like in the vid the hole keeps on getting smaller not bigeer why does it do that pls. tell me

  8. @yararu Do! you won’t regret it. I recommend tjw1963’s videos, she has an excellent “Crochet 101” series for beginners.

  9. @MarshmallowBunnyEars I highly recommend videos by tjw1963, she makes the best vids for beginners, with slow-motion and everything. She is awesome. You can get a book too, they’re very handy if you buy the right one (not that I can say which one that might be). There are also other picture tutorials online as well, if you google ‘learn to crochet’, but I think Teresa’s (tjw1963) videos are 100 times better. Start there! You won’t regret learning this! Have fun!

  10. I think I am going to learn to crochet 🙂 It looks really fun! Can I learn to crochet with this video since I’m a beginner? Or should I look for a book first?

  11. @mygweenbanky38 Yeah, that’s not an uncommon thing, to use the ‘wrong side’ as the’ right side’. I’ve since decided I prefer the texture of the ‘right side’ but many people still prefer the soft, flat texture of the ‘wrong side’.

  12. @TheDecemberQueen I remember when I discovered magic circle and amigurumi double ring methods. Oh. My. Gosh. It was just brilliant. I can’t imagine going back to the chain method for amigurumi ever again!

  13. @youdontwatch I suspect you may have used a different gauge/weight of yarn than me, perhaps a light/sport weight or something? No worries. With amigurumi, as long as you don’t have holes that the stuffing peeks out of, you’re fine. XD

  14. thx you thx you thx you ive been trying to make one of these for 2 months beacause i really never got the “magic circle” im use to doing chain and I FOUND IT THX YOU 😀

  15. Thank you so much! ^^ I have learnt a lot from your tutorial! But why is my product so small, like half of yours? :/

  16. Thank you so much! ^^ I have learnt a lot from your tutorial! But why is my product so small, like half of yours? :/

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