I had a ton of knitting planned for my Thanksgiving week in Michigan, most of which was derailed by sickness. I did get a chance to work on yet another piece of the amigurumi family I’ve been putting together. Naturally my next amigurumi-zation had to be my brother Adamgurumi‘s wife, Emily.
I finished her on the Amtrak back to Chicago, and she enjoyed the view.
And I thought she developed a liking for window gazing, since I found her sitting happily on the windowsill this morning.
But then I looked closer.
She is just super irritated with me for not having amigurumi-ed her baby Nolan yet.
I’m working on it! Promise. There just aren’t any babygurumi patterns out there so I’m going to have to wing it, ok? Chill out before I put you back in front of the window!
Emily has super long hair, so I feel like I spent the majority of the time working on her hair! I made her a little tunic-like shirt by picking up stitches at her waistline, and gave her some leggings. She looks like a really pretty ballerina, which I don’t think Emily will complain about.
Pattern: Basic Humanoid Amigurumi Pattern
Yarn: Various worsted weight yarns I had leftover
Hook: Size G