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« on: May 06, 2012 06:23:47 PM »

Hello everyone, I was looking some stuff about amigurumis and then I saw this:

http://kinkaku.deviantart.com/art/15-quot-girl-s-body-203548692?q=gallery%3Akinkaku%2F32252679&qo=6

This amazing crochet artist do not made a pattern for this body, but I found it so perfect! And I wanna know how can I do something like this. Any ideas? I got very inspired by his work!
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« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2012 08:16:12 PM »

Apparently she hasn't got a pattern.  I have one in progress for a BJD... complete with the ball
joints and everything.  I will have to work and finish it and when I do, I'll post it ... I actually did
a body somewhat like this but with RR Worsted weight yarn.  And I can do fingers that teensy
too.  Will have to get to work on it and see what you think!
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« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2012 09:22:53 AM »

This is great! Can't wait to see how it's gonna be Cheesy
And thank you so much for answer me. I'll be waiting patiently Wink
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« Reply #3 on: July 26, 2012 08:36:23 PM »

I work similarly to how she seems to.  Although I had not seen her work until today.  She really is great!  Thanks for bringing her to my attention.  Anyway, the thing to know is that decreases curve the shape you are working on inward, and increases curve it outward.  So, for example, on the back of the knee, you decrease a few times at the top of the calf and then increase again to begin the thigh.  Or you can increase in two clusters on the chest, and decrease between them, and then decrease again on top of those increases to form breasts.  Although, in my experience, there is a limit to how extreme you can get these shapes without them looking weird.  Does this help? 
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