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« on: January 12, 2016 02:14:47 PM »

Hello everyone, I am trying to make a amigurumi pattern of the Batman villain Scarecrow but can't figure out how to shape his brows. I don't know if needle sculpting would be best or if increasing in a certain way would make the desired effect but I will keep trying. Any help will be greatly appreciated.


Here is the version of the character that I'm trying to make
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« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2016 03:54:20 PM »

It almost looks like you could follow an Angry Bird pattern to make the eyebrows...google it as there are a lot of patterns that show how those are done that you might be able to modify.

Here is a free one you could look at:

My only other suggestion is possible a bobble stitch of some sort.
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« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2016 06:47:39 PM »

Thanks for the suggestion, I'll give it a try. I was also thinking of maybe doing a sc in the stitch underneath seeing as that does give the area it's done in a curve only thing is I not to sure how to get it to curve back. I'm trying to go with making the face out of one piece of crochet but I'm not to sure it can be done............at least with the techniques I know.
« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2016 02:56:41 PM »

If you wanted an 'easy' way, you could just crochet two separate pieces in the proper shapes. Then sew them on and stuff.

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