It is imperative to take note of that there is actually a “right” and an “off-base” side to amigurumi. At first, I made my amigurumi all back to front until a couple of perusers educated me regarding the distinction. Look at my full blog entry HERE to see pictures and a progressively nitty gritty portrayal of the “right side” (right photograph in collection beneath) versus “an inappropriate side” (left photograph in composition underneath). The two sides are altogether different, and it is your decision choosing which side you need confronting outwards!
When you have stitched all the body portions of your amigurumi, you should join and sew them together. You can peruse Planet June’s instructional exercise on “Joining Amigurumi” here. You can likewise look at the accompanying supportive recordings, the first by Roxycraft telling you the best way to append appendages and the second via Planet June showing you the best way to do the amigurumi consistent join:
So as to sew amigurumi, you should figure out how to follow and peruse sew designs (look at a portion of mine HERE to perceive what they can resemble). I’ve composed a “How to Read Amigurumi Patterns” post in which I separate what each line implies, round by round. Make certain to look at it HERE! Some significant contractions that you may experience are clarified in the table underneath. Obviously, there are numerous other sew lines and shortenings out there, so on the off chance that you might want to see a progressively broad rundown, click here (there is a printable form you can download as well).