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u/SaggingZebra · 2 pointsr/Brochet

So, the type of crochet you want to do is called amigurumi. You can find great free patterns and YouTube videos with just a google search. The best part about amigurumi, it is cheap to start and materials are easy to find. You should be able to find everything for about $20-$25 total. For hooks, go for something on the smaller side between a size E and size G (3.00 mm to 4.00 mm). For yarn you should look for a general worsted weight, aka size 4. The package will have a picture with a number like this. A good cheap option is Red Heart Super Saver; it can be scratchy, but it's cheap, has lots of colors and the stiffness is good for amigurumi. Next, grab a stitch marker, which is just a little safety pin looking thing so you can mark your first stitch on each round. You can buy them or just use a paper clip. Then, get some yarn tapestry needles, to sew arms and legs to bodies. Finally, you will need some stuffing for your project, like this.


You can find everything at your local Walmart, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, or JoAnnes. You can pick up a kit on Amazon here if you prefer. Yarn goes on sale all of the time so you can look around.


I hope that helps. If you have any more questions, /r/Brochet and /r/crochet are great resources too.

u/akfun42 · 3 pointsr/Brochet

Not a Bro...but YAY for you!

Here are some great resources:

My very favorite blogger her patterns are very easy:

Granny Square Crochet for Beginners US Version
by Amazon Digital Services LLC
Learn more:

I hope you end up loving it as much as the rest of us!

u/MoonshineBuster · 2 pointsr/Brochet

I got the pattern out of a book called Easy Crochet Critters

I picked it up at Michaels for $7. I've enjoyed it because the patterns are quick. Makes them fast easy baby gifts.

u/imcalledsars · 2 pointsr/Brochet

I really like Clover hooks, but they're pricey. This set on Amazon has been good to me and it's cheap!

u/mooseworld · 1 pointr/Brochet

I had no issues a year ago on my last flight. They do sell specific TSA approved scissors if you are concerned. I have these ones (they're also super handy to fold up and keep in the pencil case I keep all my books in)

u/Nikyma · 2 pointsr/Brochet

Thanks, sorry didn't see your reply until now. Spikes were from Amazon.

u/eatpurplegrapes · 2 pointsr/Brochet

If you want the fox lighter, use a combination of beans/rice and fluff.

If you want the fox heavier, use clear flat pebbles/marbles (often seen in aquariums and vases) or poly-pellets.

u/RoseFeather · 1 pointr/Brochet

If she already has plain aluminum Boye hooks, I use this thing to make them more ergonomic. It looks silly but it completely stopped the hand and wrist cramps I used to get if I crocheted for too long.