Extreme Amigurumi | The BHooked Podcast Episode 70

Extreme Amigurumi?

Yes, it is a thing! My friend, Stephanie, from All About Ami opened my eyes to this new world on last week’s episode and I just had to explore it a little more. Why didn’t I think of this? Who doesn’t want a giant, cuddly ami?

Today’s Guest

I’m joined by, Holly, creative lady behind Storyland Amis. Ironically enough, she got her start making tiny amigurumi but today she takes it to the next level and creates amis that are almost as big as she is!

You’ll Learn

  • About Holly and the start of her extreme amigurumi adventure.
  • What tools you need and where to find these super sized items.
  • How to estimate the amount of yarn you’ll need.
  • How long it takes to make an extreme ami.
  • Arm fatigue and how to deal with it.
  • Stuffing and facial details.
  • The design process and how it differs from normal scale amigurumi.

Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear from Holly!

Links & Resources

Find Holly on Instagram @storylandamis

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