To make these beautiful, funny and happy Basic Beginner Amigurumi Smiley Face Balls, you need to know how to crochet a chain and single crochet. I love Donna’s creativity and video tutorials, they are so easy to follow and the patterns are so much fun.
Donna Wolfe from Naztazia shows you how to crochet a basic amigurumi smiley face ball (emoticon or emoji). You will also learn how to crochet a magic ring, loop, circle, crochet in the round, use stitch markers, put on safety eyes, do an sc2tog (single crochet 2 together) as well as an invdec (invisible decrease – inv dec). Plus you will learn how to stuff the ball as well as embroider facial features. Please note: these are not meant for babies or small children because small parts, if not securely attached, could pose a choking risk. Music by Donna Wolfe. (Source)
Thanks to Donna Wolfe for this article inspiration and featured image.
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