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April 12, 2008



Fantastic tutorial. Thanks. I can't wait to try it out. I love the way your animals look like they have been sewn from mohair "fur" fabric.

Beccy (Kinoko)

This is great, thank you! I was always wondering how you did it and I've really been experimenting a lot with textured yarns lately.


Thanks. I never thought of brushing my yarns. This is a great idea. I will now go forth and experiment with it. Thanks again.


Thank you for the tutorial. It is very helpful.


I think your crochet work is amazing. I am a huge fan of yours. I started crocheting animals a few months ago, and have scoured the web for patterns and inspiration. Without a doubt, your work is the best I've seen!

So, here's my question:
When working with fuzzy yarn, I frequently put the "wrong" side on the outside in order to get a fuzzier effect. Do you use the right side or the wrong (fuzzier) side on the outside?

Thanks for your help. I just started making a cat for my sister-in-law, and can't wait to try your technique. I'll post pics when I'm done. Thank you SO MUCH for this tutorial!

ice yarn

very good of looks.I think mohair must rope in images

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