Fuzzy Yarn Tips

It seems to be a commonly held belief that it’s difficult/impossible to crochet with fuzzy/eyelash/fun fur yarn. As you may have noticed, I’ve been working with fuzzy yarns a lot, so I thought I should share some advice on how to crochet fuzzy amigurumi toys.

fuzzy toys

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9 Comments »

  1. Anne said

    Loved your whole write up on the fuzzy yarn tips & the fuzz balls & mini fuzz balls they are sooooo cute!!! Thanks for sharing :)

  2. Penny Ervin said

    I love your work up on this, a real help!

  3. ola lo said

    hello,
    when I looked first time at your page I didn’t understand what is aigurumi. Now I want work up on this. Your animals, flowers are sooooooo cute. I want to know how to make a jack russell terrier, because I have a russell terrier. Please help me ;-).
    Thanks
    Ola

  4. Dan said

    do you sell any of these? if you do, i want one or more!

  5. Audrey R. said

    I love the fuzzballs! there all so cute! i don’t know how to crochet so i really wish someone would make me some! :(

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  8. marchio padela said

    I have bought your pattern tutorials for the Easter bunny ( forget the real name you used ) included the chick as a bonus.

    I have made them and turn out that the bunny become very thin and small Not as your picture I used Brazilian fuzzy/eyelash yarn.

    Not satisfied, I made one again from another type of yarn and then brush it.
    The result was not as what I expected.

    If you can tell, what to do. Thanks for the attention.

    • June said

      I’d be happy to try to help! Please email me (june@planetjune.com) with photo(s) of the bunnies you made and let me know the yarns and hook size you used, so I can advise on if/where you may be going wrong and what you can do to improve your results in future.

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