I’ve written about how to evenly place limbs on amigurumi by using the stitches as a grid for placement.
But, sometimes, if you follow the grid technique, you get pieces that look square when they should be round:
Can you see a pointy corner on this platypus eyeball?
Fear not… this is easy to fix!
Pointy eyeballs are an easy problem to solve. All you need to do it tug!
When attaching, pull tightly after you stitch a corner:
The tugging will round the corner out!
Looking for the Platypus pattern? He’s a new one! Click here to grab it!
Here are handy links to all the posts about attaching parts. . .
- How to Attach Limbs to Amigurumi
- How to Attach Amigurumi Arms and Legs with Single Crochet
- Tips for Attaching Amigurumi Features
- Which Loop Do You Use When Attaching Pieces?
- How to Attach Nicely Rounded Amigurumi Pieces
- How to Give Your Amigurumi a Shapely Neck
- How to Attach a Flattened Piece to Amigurumi
- How to Attach a Folded Ear to Amigurumi
- How to Attach a Folded Ear to Two Rounds
- How to Attach Flat Spots Using Running Stitch
- How to Attach with Single Crochet
- Tips for Attaching a Dress to Your Doll
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