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Chonky Amigurumi: How to Crochet Amazing Critters & Creatures with Chunky Yarn Spiral-Bound | November 15, 2022

Sarah Csiacsek

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Your new friends are cute, huggable—and chonky!

Have you ever wanted to hold a fox, a penguin, or an alligator? Have you ever wanted to see a jackalope or a phoenix? Have you ever wanted to go on adventures with a unicorn or a dragon? With chunky yarn, a few essential techniques, and a desire to learn, you can crochet your own woodland critters and mythical creatures.
In her TikTok videos, Sarah Csiacsek (@fanaticalfibers) shows her followers how to get hooked on crochet, and in Chonky Crochet for Beginners, she’ll share with you what you need to get started with your own crochet adventures. Even experienced crocheters will appreciate the whimsy and magic you can weave as you create soft animals and creatures for friends, family, and, of course, yourself!
Chonky Crochet for Beginners includes these features:
  • 20 step-by-step crochet projects with colorful photos you can almost feel
  • Techniques and methods for learning how to crochet and to successfully complete each project
  • Information and recommendations for the tools and materials you'll need to create all the projects in the book
    You’ve seen all kinds of cute crocheted creatures and fantastical fiber beasts on TikTok, especially on Sarah’s channel, and now you can learn how to crochet directly from the celebrated TikTok crocheter herself!
    Publisher: Penguin Random House
    Original Binding: Trade Paperback
    Pages: 160 pages
    ISBN-10: 0744059208
    Item Weight: 1.0 lbs
    Dimensions: 7.8 x 0.4 x 9.2 inches
    Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars Up to 30 ratings
    Sarah Csiacsek (chee-check) designs and creates crochet creatures, which she features on her TikTok channel (@fanaticalfibers). She’s especially known for her chonky crochet animals, but she also makes amigurumi as well as other crochet items. Sarah’s also a knitter and she’s been creating fiber arts for about seven years. Most of her creations are inspired by books, movies, TV shows, and video games.

    Author Hometown: Beaver Dam, Wisconsin