This Micro Crochet Stylists Hairdryer Makes A Superb Gift For Any Girlfriend
This Micro Crochet Stylists Hairdryer makes a superb gift for any ‘Girlfriend’ or Hairstylist! The pattern is available in three sizes, starting at micro, but all small.
- The smallest of the Micro hairdryer’s has been crafted using a size 0.75 mm crochet hook and DMC Petra Size 8 thread.
- Medium size : has been crafted using a size 1.00 mm crochet hook and DMC Petra Size 5 thread.
- Largest size: has been crafted using a size 1.75 mm crochet hook and DMC Petra Size 3 thread / 100g, approx. 280m.
We all love our larger and more cuddly amigurumi characters, but things have also got a little smaller in the amigurumi world and Micro amigurumi is really the latest and most innovative thing in crochet, and it’s growing!
It’s as completely unique type of crocheting, but the results are utterly amazing and the projects no less interesting. You can basically ‘Micro’ any amigurumi character, so we thought we would find some Micro FREE patterns for you to make a start, if you haven’t already.
To purchase Micro characters, they can be very expensive, due to the time and tremendous concentration needed. If you can manage to adapt to this skill, they will make perfect craft sale projects.
The designer for these wonderful hairdryers is Ulijana Semikrasa, over at Double Treble Trinkets. To access her FREE written pattern, direct from her website, please click here: A Hairstylist’s Gift Pattern
For those of you who are attempting this Micro crochet for the first time, here is a very useful video tutorial on how to crochet the Micro Magic Circle / Ring:
Micro-crochet (Babette Polman)-Many thanks!
In addition, we also have a further tutorial with some tips on how to start Micro Crocheting, created by:
Off The Hook Mamma- Many Thanks!
Finally, if you haven’t entered the world of crochet thread before, it’s very different to yarn, so check this out before you start, video created by:
Lindsey Stephens – Many Thanks!
If you like this pattern and would like to see additional FREE amigurumi patterns, please click on this link: Amigurumi Patterns
Featured Image: Ulijana Semikrasa, over at Double Treble Trinkets – thank you!