How to Crochet * Amigurumi Nana – tribute to Niki de Saint Phalle * 5 Videos

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On the occasion of the International Women’s Day and in memory of the upcoming 10th anniversary of the death of artist Niki de Saint Phalle I dedicate this Amigurumi Nana to all of my loyal lambs >;o) Written instruction will follow this weekend. 5 Videos teach you, how to crochet this beauty…

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Video #1 * Legs

Video #2 * Body

Video #3 * Arms

Video #4 * Boobs

Video #5 * Neck & Head

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  1. Hannelore Farrell on

    Elizza, did you ever do the written pattern for the Nana doll. I would love to have it. Please let me know.

    Thanks so much. love all of your work!

  2. Hello~ Where can I find the written pattern for this Amigurumi Nana doll? I am very much in love! Please, I would be very grateful if you would share it. She is so beautiful. Thank you very much~

    • Hello, again. I’m sorry, I meant to say, where can I find the written pattern in English, please. I really love this Nana! Thank you so much~

      • Dear Candy,

        my appologies for my late reply – very busy with our advent calendar ;) Please be patient until after XMas, I will publish the English tutorial a few days after…

        Greetings from Austria,
        eliZZZa

  3. Hannelore Farrell on

    Hi Eliza, I know you have been very busy with new tutorials, I’m still hoping you haven’t forgotten the written tutorial in English for the Nana doll. Will be looking foward to it. thanks, Hannelore

    • Dear Hannelore, no I did not forget the Nana tutorial, I just need a few more days ;)

      Greetings from Austria,
      eliZZZa

      • Hannelore Farrell on

        Thank you, just saw your reply today, I will keep looking for the pattern thank you so much. I know I have a German name but I can’t read or understand the language so for me it has to be English.

  4. hi elizzza ive nearly finished my nana doll and really pleased with her but was wondering if you would be doing a patter for one abit smaller i didnt relise she was so big – thanks

    • Dear Tracy,
      it would some hard work again to transform it to a smaller size. The easiest solution is to work it in thinner yarn. I already did this Nana with several yarns in different quality…

      I hope, this is a solution for you!
      Sincerely yours,
      eliZZZa

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