Course Summary

Have fun creating your own crocheted amigurumi figure. Amigurumi is a combination of two Japanese terms: ami, which means crocheted or knitted; and nuigurumi, a stuffed doll. It often takes the form of an animal or creature with a cute aesthetic. In this class you will learn amigurumi techniques including suitable types of fibre, how to read an amigurumi pattern and how to embroider facial features. Knowledge of basic crochet stitches is necessary for this class.

Carolyn Large is a practising artist and textile artist, located in the beautiful Macedon Ranges and is a member of both the Woodend Art Group and the Sunbury Art Society. Carolyn regularly participates in exhibitions, the most recent at Woodend, Sunbury, Trentham, Melbourne City Library and the Hume Council’s Gee Lee-Wick Doleen Gallery. As a textile artist, Carolyn specialises in needle felting and has achieved commercial success in both 3-D and 2-D felting. She continues to expand her skills in ‘painting’ with wool to produce works of beauty that reflect the natural environment. With her art work, Carolyn specialise in portraiture, pet portraiture and landscape genres and works primarily in charcoal, soft pastel, acrylic and oil paint.

Currently, we have no dates scheduled for this course. Please contact us via email enquiries@cae.edu.au to register your interest.

Last updated: April 17, 2024 04:56pm