No More Seams in Amigurumi | BHooked Podcast Episode 134

Hate seams in amigurumi projects?

Me too! I’m always worried I’ll seam the piece on crooked or that it’ll fall off someday. I know I’m not alone in this struggle so I was absolutely thrilled to chat with Melanie from Knot Too Shabby Crochet about how she eliminates seams in amigurumi altogether.

Her new book, Hooked On Amigurumi, 40 Fun Patterns for Playful Crochet Plushies is filled with cute little projects to help you learn how to use shaping and color changes to eliminate the seams and she shares her best tips with us today!

Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode

Knot Too Shabby Crochet – Melanie’s Website

Hooked On Amigurumi, 40 Fun Patterns for Playful Crochet Plushies – Melanies new book! (Order on Amazon)

Melanie’s Etsy Shop

The book link above is an affiliate link through Amazon and if you purchase after clicking this link, at no additional cost to you, I’ll receive a small commission. I appreciate your support!

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