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Crochet eyes

Enhance your amigurumi creations with captivating crochet eye patterns. Discover top ideas to bring your crochet projects to life with adorable and expressive eyes.
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The eyes are not the only thing we pay attention to when we see a softy. But let’s admit that they play a great role. This article is devoted to the crocheted eyes that you can easily make yourself. If we look at the world of amigurumi, we will notice that this method of finishing the face is one of the least frequently used. However, they are a very nice alternative to the eyes made of polymer clay and plastic safety eyes. The next two pictures illustrate Funny rat Serafima toy with polymer…

Jenny Anthony
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These cartoonish crochet eyes are a great alternative to using safety eyes on many of your projects! I came up with a simple pattern that can be customized in any color! Use them on your animal amigurumi, hats, character blankets and pillows, and more! I am using Red Heart Super Saver Yarn to create these

Donna Simpson
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Hi everyone! I wanted to share today one of my favorite alternatives to plastic safety eyes when making amigurumi. And bonus, they are fast and easy! These came to be when I was searching for an 'eye' to have a crisp, delicate look. I have made some with worsted black yarn but it just didn't meet the look I was going for when the eye needed to be on a smaller scale. There are many reasons we look for an alternative to plastic safety eyes. The most popular reason being the recipient of our…

Liz C
6 blue knitted spheres, with different style embroidered eyes; Xs, upward carats, straight lines, inward facing carats (greater than/lesser than symbols), dots, & 1 dot and 1 straight line Crochet Eyes, Cute Crochet, Crochet Dolls, Crochet Crafts, Crochet Stitches, Crochet Baby, Crochet Projects, Knit Crochet, Amigurumi Doll

Toy’s eyes can be made using many techniques. We have already discussed two of them: polymer clay and crocheting. This article dwells upon the embroidering the eyes for your toy. Pros and cons are almost the same as for crocheted eyes. + This type of eyes is very safe. + They are easy to make in most cases. + The materials are always available. + This type of eyes offers a crafter a great variety of shapes and sizes and can be used even with the tiniest toys. + Many techniques can be used…

Debbie Brost
i used this for the eyes on my owl blankt. it worked very well and the eyes looked great!   Craftimism: Embroidered Eye Tutorial Stitch Crochet, Crochet Applique, Knit Or Crochet, Crochet Crafts, Crotchet, Crochet Amigurumi, Crochet Dolls, Amigurumi Patterns, Knitting Patterns

Here is a tutorial about how to embroider eyes. This is how I made the eyes on the Elmo and Cookie Monster Hats, the Polar Bear Hat, and the Penguin Hat (coming soon!). Start with a long piece of yarn (at least a few feet, maybe longer) 1. Sew a five-sided star the size of the finished eye. 2-3. Weave the long tail of yarn over one star point and under the next. 4-5. Continue around until the eye looks like a circle and the star points are full. Tie the yarn in the back of the work and weave…

Kristen Yco
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Lately I've been doing a lot of buddies for babies. The safety eyes used for amigurumi are hard and the baby can get hurt, these buddies need to be completely soft. I tried out several ways of making baby safe amigurumi eyes. Some methods I didn't like the end result and others weren't consistent.

Becky Barnard
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Long awaited Amigurumi Eyes Embroidering Tutorial is finally here! When creating my Cover and Play Teddy Bear AmiBlanket (the blanket that turns into Amigurumi) I wanted to offer the option of 3 different types of eyes that are safe for children. The first were felt eyes, the second were crocheted eyes and the last (but...

Stacy Smith