Ami Ami Dogs 2: More Seriously Cute Crochet

Ami Ami Dogs 2: More Seriously Cute Crochet

by Mitsuki Hoshi
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Ami Ami Dogs 2: More Seriously Cute Crochet by Mitsuki Hoshi

This Amigurumi handbook is filled with new breeds of adorable miniature puppies. Photos inside reveal the secret, devilish world of your little friends, along with easy-to-follow patterns to help you create them. These sweet creatures are perfect additions to any Amigurumi collection.

The world needs more Ami Ami Dogs

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062215659
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/03/2012
Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 72
Sales rank: 527,457
File size: 26 MB
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About the Author

Mitsuki Hoshi started her journey as a self-taught amigurumi maker when she purchased her first Mickey Mouse amigurumi kit. In 2002, she launched a website dedicated exclusively to amigurumi dogs. The site caught the attention of several dog magazines and became a huge hit. Today, as an accomplished amigurumi artist, her goal is to crochet everything from foods to animals. In her spare time, she works as an instructor, teaching students how to make amigurumi.

Her published works include Life of an Amigurumi Dog, Life of an Amigurumi Dog 2, Life of an Amigurumi Dog 3, Ami Ami Restaurant, Mitsuki Hoshi's Amigurumi Zoo, Amigurumi Cats and Friends, Mitsuki Hoshi's Traveling Amigurumi, and Adorable Amigurumi with Giant Heads.

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Ami Ami Dogs 2: More Seriously Cute Crochet 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Evliria More than 1 year ago
This book is not for people beginning to crochet but intermediates. The reason I say that is that this book may be challenging to a person who is now learning what the stitches are and how to start. The patterns are not written out but done the Japanese way with symbols to represent what you have to do. There is a page to explain what the symbols mean and also how to make magnets version of the dogs or cellphone accessories. The dogs found in this version are: Chihuahua, Jack Russell Terrier, Toy Poodle, Shih Tzu, Dalmatian, Papillon, Boston Terrier, Bernese Mountain Dog, Hokkaido Dog, Japanese Shiba, and the Bull Terrier. I've done a couple of the dogs and they've turned out really cute. If you love doing amigurumi or a dog lover who wants to crochet their favorite dog then I recommend getting this book. If you are just starting crocheting then this book may present a challenge since the pattern appears differently then how it is normally presented in crochet books. If your favorite dog is not here then it may be in the first book. The dogs in the first book are: Chihuahua, Welsh Corgi, Japanese Shiba, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Miniature Dachschund, Siberian Husky, Labrador Retriever, Maltese, Miniature Schnauzer, French Bulldog, Beagle, and the Pug.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
doesn't work well with nook format. can't read patterns and scale is skewed so everything looks like it is being stretched and pulled. awkward!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This a very good book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
JK!
jnababe More than 1 year ago
Absolutely adorable! Patterns are easy to follow if you have some previous experience.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Do not waste your money. The directions are impossible. HATE IT!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sonic took Amy to the park and set her down while muttering. "Sonic." I asked. "Yea Ames?" Sonic said as he turned to me. "Why did you yell at Knuckles? He wasn't doing anything wrong." "Amy, the guy was making fun of you. What was I suppose to do?" "Sonic, he wasn't making fun of me." "Oh so she's annoying isn't making fun of you? That isn't a insult?" Sonic was now rising his voice, so did Amy. "Sonic, yelling at our friends isn't really helping them understand our relationship better!" "But Amy...isn't this what you wanted? For us to be together?" Amy sighed. "I thought I did but if it makes you act like this then I don't want it anymore." She begins to walk away. Sonic starts to follow her. "Amy...please." he whispered. "Sonic..just stop..I need some time alone okay." Sonic looked at her sadness in his eyes. "At least let me take you home." He said as he out his hand on Amy's shoulder. "SONIC STOP!" Sonic took his hand back surprised. Amy ran as fast as she could, luckily Sonic didn't follow her.(With Knuckles) "WHAT?!" Knuckles said as Rouge told him about the love potion. "How did you even get a love potion?!" Rouge shrugged. "Got it from a fortune teller." She repiled. "How did Sonic get the love potion?! In fact how did he drink it?!" Rouge smiled. "Don't you remember Knuckles?" She asked smirking. Then Knuckles remembered the drink. "THE DRINK!" Knuckles shouted. Rouge sighed. "WE NEED TO CHANGE HIM BACK!" "Why?" Rouge asked. Sonic and Amy seem happy to be with each other." Just then Amy came running down the path crying. "Amy?" Rouge asked. "Amy, what's wrong?" Amy kept running. "Told you." Knuckles said. "Hey, she can be crying about something else." "Whatever Rouge. Anyway what if Eggman attacks? If Sonic is head over heels in love with Amy I don't think he is going to stop with his date with Amy to save the world." Rouge sighed, knowing that Knuckles was right. To tell you the truth Rouge liked it better when they weren't together because Amy never goes out with her anymore. For once in her life she actually missed Amy. "Fine Knucklehead. Let's get to Tails's house. He might be able to fixes this." Knuckles nods and they both walk away* "By the way Rouge, you weren't going to use that little love potion of yours on Shadow were you?" Rouge elbowed Knuckles in the gut before walking away. Knuckles chuckled to himself through his pain because he knew it was true.