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Needle Sculpting facial features for Amigurumi dolls
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May 23, 2018 17:39:37   #
Have you ever tried adding contours to your amigurumi (knit or crocheted) with a needle? The technique is called needle sculpting and the possibilities are endless! Here's an easy tutorial to get you started - see how to make eye sockets and a nose for a doll's face.

May 23, 2018 17:47:50   #
Curmudgeon (a regular here)
Interesting! I'll have to check it out. Thank you.
May 23, 2018 18:45:13   #
KnitterNatalie (a regular here)
Interesting!! Thanks for sharing!
May 23, 2018 18:57:14   #
JoRae (a regular here)
Thanks for the info. That would work with knit and sewn dolls too.
May 24, 2018 04:09:18   #
Nanamel14 (a regular here)
Thanks for sharing, have saved ☺
May 24, 2018 07:49:07   #
Under the video on the above link it states this! Ready to try it out? My pattern for the CAL Central Softie Crochet Along comes on on May 28th. Once it’s out, I will add the link here.

Can't wait to see it
May 24, 2018 07:58:52   #
janis blondel (a regular here)
This has really helped me, thank you for the link.
May 24, 2018 08:07:55   #
GranMaLin (a regular here)
Thank you for the link - a great help!!!
May 24, 2018 08:22:01   #
la7deonce (a regular here)
Thanks for the link.
May 24, 2018 09:49:28   #
shoppingwithsunshine (a regular here)
Thank you . That looks interesting . Sachiyo Isnii does increases and decreases on her characters heads which creates contours on faces .
May 24, 2018 10:22:12   #
Thanks for the link.

I’ve bookmarked.
May 24, 2018 12:25:23   #
Haven't made dolls on many years but always did it, the tighter your knitting or crochet is will make it stand out even more
May 24, 2018 20:47:59   #
JoRae wrote:
Thanks for the info. That would work with knit and sewn dolls too.

You can do really complex needle-sculpting with sewn dolls. There are some amazing books available on it. I used some simple needle sculpting, but had such a hard time stuffing the dolls I made I vowed to never do it again. It has been enough years now, that I think a small doll would be fun, but the larger ones like I did are still on my never, never, never-ever list. I think this is a great idea for knitted or crocheted dolls.
May 24, 2018 20:54:48   #
Cute idea. I suggest a thimble and longer doll-making needles to make your work easier and safer. Pushing on sewing needles can hurt.
May 24, 2018 23:57:22   #
Dancin'n'Knittin' (a regular here)
Thank you for posting this link. I just subscribed.
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