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[Crochet] stuff the amigurumi

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Post time: 2015-4-18 20:46
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I have a question for you. what to use to stuff the amigurumi?

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Post time: 2019-5-5 20:39
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katieme 2015-7-3 11:47
i went to a shop  that made pillows .. they sell the stuffing by kilos

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Post time: 2017-3-18 20:47
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I use for fillings, sintepon or holofayber, they keep the shape of toys well and quickly dry after cleaning. I also saw toys that were filled with herbs and paralon or grain.

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Post time: 2020-6-12 02:07
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Yo siempre he usado el relleno que se usa para las almohadas, pero en especial uno que se dice nube, porque es menos compacto y no se hace bola con el tiempo
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Post time: 2020-2-20 12:50
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I always used polyester fiberfill for my amigurumi works, be careful of the grades, there are many different grades for different quality and price.
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Post time: 2020-2-9 03:02
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Where I live, fiberfill costs more than discount store cushions. One cushion can stuff multiple child-sized soft toys.
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Post time: 2017-2-2 06:38
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I use pillow stuffing. Works good for me, can be washed (never used the machine, only hand wash) and doesn't loose form.
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Post time: 2020-5-21 13:06
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I buy pillow filling and stuff them with that or I get the official fiber fill at a craft fair when it is discounted
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Post time: 2020-2-6 20:20
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I use polyester stuffing, or wool if its wool toy and I've just tied kapok which is nice but kinda hard to handle.
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Post time: 2019-6-15 20:32
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I use fiberfill also. I think it's difficult to work with. I need something easier and denser I think
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Post time: 2015-4-19 11:09
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I use fiberfill
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Post time: 2015-4-22 00:00
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I buy a cheap big cushion and use the filler

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you can buy the stuffing.  Details Reply Post time 2019-7-13 13:51
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Post time: 2015-5-29 21:26
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I buy toy stuffing on eBay
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Post time: 2015-5-29 21:44
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i also buy cheap cushion pads and use the stuffing!
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Post time: 2015-6-2 16:47
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i am keeping the yarn ends from knitting/crochet work, and using as a filling for toys.
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Post time: 2015-6-26 19:10
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fiberfill, scrap yarns and cushion as well
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Post time: 2015-6-28 07:47
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I use soft fiber
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Post time: 2015-7-3 17:53
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As i clean som raw fleeces, i keep the clean waste from combed fibers to fill, of use polyester
Sometimes, to give armes or feet more weight, I use plastic peebles.
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Post time: 2015-7-3 18:47
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i went to a shop  that made pillows .. they sell the stuffing by kilos
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