Japanese amigurumi artist and participating artist in our World Amigurumi Exhibition, Lumièna, will be back to teach her second amigurumi class in New York! This year, she’ll be teaching how to make an adorable furry hedgehogs and cute furry soot balls! Participants will get to learn how to create these cute amigurumi using fur yarn, a type of yarn becoming popular for amigurumi use in Japan.
This class is for advanced students only! We would like to invite students familiar with amigurumi to experiment and experience crocheting with fur yarn.
Participants will need:
- Crochet hook (Japan Size 5 / 3.0 mm)
- Crochet hook (Japan Size 7 / 4.0 mm)
- Crochet hook (Japan Size 10 / 6.0 mm)
Please let us know if you cannot bring any of these items and we will provide them for you (e-mail us in advance).
For more information about our weekly crocheting and amigurumi class, please visit the webpage here: http://resobox.com/class/amigurumi-group/
About the Instructor
Lumièna is an Amigurumi artist born in Okayama, Japan in 1973. Her mottos are to pursue the potential of the yarn, and to enjoy every process to become a three-dimensional art from a simple strand of yarn. She dreams of being an amigurumi nomad, holding just one crochet hook in her hand, traveling around the world, and making amigurumi with local people.