Amigurumi contest Rules question.

I have read through the contest rules but I wanted to ask about this rule: Each entry must be entirely the original work of the persons identified in the entry Since this is an amigurumi contest, is it okay if you make an amigurumi using someone else's pattern? Giving credit of course.

Posted by HanakoHeals 6 years ago


Mario Amigurumi

Good ol' Mario gets the amigurumi treatment by janama at cuteamigurumi.com. What can I say, it's a cute Mario and it's a great job. Hit the link for more pictures. It's a Mario! via boingboing

Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago


make your own amigurumi-the most addictive DIY.

Amigurumi(100%handmade knitted stuffed toys) is easy for the beginner. once you know the basic skills, you can make your own amigurumi according to the pattern. After enough practice, you can creat it without other peoples' pattern. At that time, you are a master.

Posted by lmmamigurumi 7 years ago


Amigurumi Contest Question

I have a question about this contest. Is it only open to knitted or crocheted creations, or are felted items welcome too? I.e., anything made of wool/yarn? Thanks, Susan

Posted by susanrm 6 years ago


Coming Soon: Lion Brand Yarn Critter Contest

Next week we'll be starting the Lion Brand Yarn Critter Contest. Show off your best small and cute yarn creations to win a gift certificate from Lion Brand Yarn and other cool prizes from Instructables! Both regular Instructables and slideshow Instructables will be eligible.

Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago


Free Amigurumi Patterns from NeedleNoodles

Remember needlenoodle's winning crochet project Amigurumi and the Perils of Deep Sea Diving?  She's back to share another free pattern for these adorable baby puffer fish with us on her website!  While you're there, scope some of the other awesome free patterns, and get a look at the book, Creepy Cute Crochet, which I know some of you used as inspiration for your own Critters Contest entries. And as always, be sure to share your creations here on Instructables! Click here for free pattern

Posted by scoochmaroo 8 years ago


Existing Crocheted Instructables

I know there are so many cool instructables already out there about crocheted things. Anybody want to share any for inspiration for the contest? I love my muppets: https://www.instructables.com/id/A_Crocheted_Tribute_to_Dr_Teeth_and_the_Electric_/ They're actually on display at the American Textile Museum right now. And I did make Animal, I just haven't photographed him yet.

Posted by domestic_engineer 8 years ago


Yarn work Question

Hello! I'm Jordan the Knitter and I'm new to instructables. This website is amazing! I thought it would be fun to start out with a question. Is there anything you would like to learn in the realm of yarn work? I've been working yarn for about eight years. I spend a good bit of time avoiding homework by instructing others and making my own designs. 

Posted by neonneedles 5 years ago


Instructables Build Day 5/31/13

It's time for another build day at Instructables!  I'm going to try to continue working on my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Amigurumi patterns. What is everyone working on today? *Will update as I have images :)

Posted by Penolopy Bulnick 5 years ago


Slideshow images not showing up when published

Https://www.instructables.com/id/Hunny-Bunny/ I entered my amigurumi bunny in the Critter Contest. I can see the images on the editing side of the slideshow but not on the published page in the link above. I don't know what is wrong.

Posted by sweetnightmare 8 years ago


Amigurumi doll

Http://www.google.com/imgres?q=amigurumi+naruto&um;=1&hl;=en&sa;=N&tbo;=d&biw;=1366&bih;=596&tbm;=isch&tbnid;=OA233Gg8zSorxM:&imgrefurl;=http://craftydork.blogspot.com/2010/08/naruto-uzumaki-amigurumi.html&docid;=SkfbdeXelRzg8M&imgurl;=http://i940.photobucket.com/albums/ad242/JennyDork/Custom%252520Amigurumi/DSCN5871.jpg&w;=448&h;=592&ei;=3OutUMeIK4aRhQedmYGICA&zoom;=1&iact;=rc&dur;=161&sig;=112930114174837872069&page;=1&tbnh;=139&tbnw;=100&start;=0&ndsp;=25&ved;=1t:429,r:11,s:0,i:120&tx;=27&ty;=117 Hi Everybody,  I'm new to this forum and I was wondering if I could get some help... It'd be very much appreciated. So Ive just recently taken up amigurumi and Ive done some basic things like poke balls and mario mushrooms, easy enough. However,I want to move on to makng dolls. In particular I want to make a Naruto doll like the one in the link Ive attached. Im finding it difficult to find a pattern for this exact shape of doll though, and also I think I would like to make it smaller anyway.... would anyone be able to give me any advice on this? Actually if anyone knew of any video tutorials on making this shape doll that'd be even better. Also, regarding the colour change in the body, I know how to do a basic colour change where you would have say a row of red and then you change it to white so that the whole next row is white, but if you look at this doll there's a line of black going vertically up his torso and Im not sure how I would go about this type of colour change? It seems complicated? Like I said I would be sooooo grateful for any help anyone could give... I want to make this for someone special :) Thanks guys :)

Posted by radfordr 5 years ago


Can't add text to slideshow / text gone after edit

So, I went to edit the accompanying text for a slideshow of mine, and, after submitting my changes, *all* of the text was gone. I figured that I'd just messed up somewhere in the process, so I went back and added all of the original text back again. Submit. No text with the entry. Ok, so maybe the problem was with my Linux/Firefox setup.  I switched over to Mac/Firefox. Entered in the text again. Submit. No text with the entry. Mac/Safari? Entered in the text again. Submit. No text with the entry. So... is there any way that I can add text to my slideshow again?  I would really like to do so. For reference, this is the slideshow in question: https://www.instructables.com/id/Amigurumi-and-the-Perils-of-Space-Travel/ Thanks!

Posted by needlenoodles 8 years ago


Gift Exchange

My skills include:  Sewing, knitting, spinning yarn, dyeing, various types of jewelry (wire, friendship bracelets, beading, etc), making things out of other things, etc. What I'd like to make for someone: Warm hat/poncho/scarf from polar fleece, some kind of cool decorated bag or pouch, knitted amigurumi, skein of novelty yarn, tie dyed item or dyed silk, pretty much anything along those lines. I'd be willing to make this size gift package for someone (choose all that apply): (S,M,L) S, M I'd be willing to receive a smaller or larger size gift package from someone than the one I make for someone else: sure! What I like: Steampunk, colors, technology, horses and other animals, nature, hiking and backpacking, music, reading, running, fire What I don't like: I absolutely can't have: (due to allergies, pets, etc) gluten Type of thing I'd love to receive: Creative things, stuff I can't make myself, things involving LEDs, useful things, useless  Would you be willing to ship to an address outside your own country? No, sorry (USA) Confirm that are at least 18 years old or, if not, that you have the approval of a parent or guardian: I am over 18!

Posted by Danger is my middle name 8 years ago


Homemade Holidays Winners Announced

Instructables and CRAFT Magazine are happy to announce the winners of the Homemade Holidays Contest!While most people are out there trying to buy the perfect item, many of you were working to make the perfect gift and we love you for it. The personal touch of a handmade gift shows your creativity, and how much you care.Once again we were delighted by the variety of Instructables that were submitted. The entries just keep getting better and better -- just one look at the winners here shows that! Even though there are first, second, and third prizes, all of these Instructables deserve a look. Be sure to leave comments and pictures so the authors know how much you appreciate their hard work! First Prize Winners The authors of these Instructables win a CRAFT Boxed Gift Set, an Instructables robot T-shirt, a CRAFT T-shirt, and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. (in alphabetical order) Flat Zipper Bag and Wallet How to Make a Color-Changing Lighted Faux Fur Scarf Make DIY Vanilla Extract! Second Prize WinnersThe authors of these Instructables win a one-year subscription to CRAFT Magazine, an Instructables robot T-shirt, a CRAFT T-shirt, and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. (in alphabetical order) Crochet a Baby Penguin Amigurumi Fiber Optic and LED Minature Garden Light How to Make a TRON Style Lamp: The MADYLIGHT How to make a unique tile picture for less than $3! Make a Custom Lift-the-Flap Book for a Toddler Third Prize Winners The authors of these Instructables win CRAFT: Volume 5 and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. Due to a tie, there are 11 winners instead of 10. (in alphabetical order) Bat-Mobile hanging toy Chinese Dragon Pull Toy Give a real "fallen star" Grow your own Magic Crystal Tree How to make Candles! How to make Pixel Cookies! LoveBox - The box of love make your own cookie cutters Metal Embossing Stylish Santa Hoodie Venezia Napkin Rings Slideshow/Video Prize Winners The authors of these Instructables win CRAFT: Volume 5 and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. (in alphabetical order) french market bag Homemade Apple Jelly How to crochet a DS case My Shadow Knit Piano Scarf Jackobs Ladder Optical Illusion Toy The Pirate's Secret Scarf Portable CD Pouch PVC Cello Unisex Neckwarmer Wooden rings Thank you to all the judges: arwen, natalie, ewilhelm, randofo, canida, rachel, reno_dakota, noahw, fungus amungus , and nagutron.

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago