Amigurume Eats: Make Cute Scented Crochet Foods (Paperback)
AmiguruMe Eats serves up a buffet of projects that recreate the look, scents, and textures of your favorite foods This irresistible collection of 40 food-themed amigurumi makes a delicious treat for crafters. Perfect for beginners, it offers a menu of charming projects, including a plate of pancakes served with strips of bacon, a sandwich (with your filling of choice), and a full dinner of spaghetti and meatballs, a freshly crocheted salad, and a slice of pie. There are even patterns for kitchen accessories, from a lunch box that opens and closes to a miniature pot with a removable lid. Every project features instructions for adding scent using wax melts or common household items like herbs and coffee beans, and there's plenty of guidance on creating fun variations and customizing your creations. Crochet novices will be able to tackle these super-cute items in no time with the help of the "Getting Started" section, illustrated with step-by-step photos.
Allison Hoffman is the author of AmiguruME and AmiguruME Pets (both Lark). Her work has been seen everywhere, including The Martha Stewart Show, Glee, Yo Gabba Gabba, and Conan, as well as in art exhibits around the United States. She has been featured in many craft publications, such as Interweave Crochet, Simply Crochet, and more. She blogs at CraftyisCool and sells her patterns on Etsy and Ravelry.com. Allison lives in Austin, TX, with her husband, three sons, and three dogs.