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amigurumi cupcake

Hello!  I have been crocheting a lot this summer.  I've made a few scarves, a wrap and some amigurumi.  But crocheting hurts my hand because I think I hold the yarn kind of tightly with my left hand especially when I make amigurumi.  I'm trying to not make the gaps between the stitches so big.  So recently I bought myself a Clover hook and that is so much better!  My hands don't hurt as much and I can crochet a lot longer.  Just need to buy them in all the different sizes but each one is a bit pricey. 

Anyway, saw this super cute cupcake HERE.  She made them into pincushions and they all look adorable with their little faces.  I had to make one of these!

Here is my version.  I placed poly pellets in the bottom of the cupcake so it could be more like a paper weight. 

I added a small pom pom that I made and added clear seed beads on the top of the pink "frosting."  I added a tag too because we decided to give this cupcake to my son's teacher on the first day of school.

I'm hoping I can make more of these cause they are just so cute!

I'll be back to share some other cute crochet projects.  Thanks for stopping by!


Comments

Bead Crumbs said…
I'm always impressed by your craftiness! You do everything and the results are so cute!
OMG, that is so KAWAI'I. You are the master of all crafts.
Cheryl said…
So cute! And handy. Gee, I must be writing too many comments at once, I can't just check the box for I'm not a robot, it's actually giving me tests now

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