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[Crochet] Ideas for amigurumis eyes ... that you have used?

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Post time: 2015-5-5 06:03
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Ideas for amigurumis eyes ... that you have used? Once utlilicé lentils food, I painted black and glued them to my pequeñlo amigurumi of 5 cm and was beautiful English bulldog ... Look at their eyes from my bulldog ...


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Post time: 2017-5-19 22:44
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I would have never thought of using lentils.  Cute bulldog!
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Post time: 2017-2-2 06:32
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For now I've mostly used safety yes and sewed moving eyes. Once I crocheted eyes for the doll myself/ Loked great!
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Post time: 2016-1-17 08:42
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Nunca se me habría ocurrido utilizar algo así pero es una buena opción.
Dependiendo del tamaño de mi figura yo suelo tejerlos lo más similar posible al ejemplo, o hacerlos con nudo frances. Yo no consigo ojitos de seguridad ni parecidos...
Gracias por la idea
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Post time: 2019-2-20 23:23
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I've used the wiggly ones and the safety ones but more and more I'm interested in the embroidered ones. Youtube is my go to when I want to learn anything new. I found a couple of really good ones downloaded to try.
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Post time: 2016-7-2 09:20 From mobile phones
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I have used clear safety eyes that I paint myself, buttons and the decorative glass stones used in fish tanks and gardens. If using the stones, the dolls will not be for children.
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Post time: 2017-12-6 21:30
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Very creative idea! I've tried hand felting eyes and they turn out lovely, but very time consuming, I try not to stray from safety eyes.
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Post time: 2015-12-31 02:45
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I've used various safety eyes -- they come in different sizes and colors which makes every "face" unique!
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Post time: 2018-8-23 04:21
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That's a clever idea. I mostly use safety eyes, but am experimenting with embroidered or painted anime style eyes.
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Post time: 2018-7-29 12:55
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This is a great share, I have used polymer clay before and like to embroider the eyes as well
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Post time: 2015-5-5 17:24
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thanks a lot for sharing
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Post time: 2015-5-5 21:19
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Muchas gracias por compartir.
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Post time: 2015-5-6 00:22
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Thanks for sharing that - I would be afraid that the lentils would deteriorate over time but as you have excluded the air with paint, that might not happen.

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I have to check, I used fresh eyes lentils 2 months, but at the end I add 2 coats of varnish to protect well ...  Details Reply Post time 2015-5-6 00:26
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LucyLocket 2015-5-6 00:22
Thanks for sharing that - I would be afraid that the lentils would deteriorate over time but as you ...

I have to check, I used fresh eyes lentils 2 months, but at the end I add 2 coats of varnish to protect well ...
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Post time: 2015-5-7 09:35
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I use the wiggly eyes for some of my dolls, but for my dogs I use the dog eyes from the craft store, they look real
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Post time: 2015-5-14 07:26
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Is there a video that instructs how to embroider large eyes onto crochet?  I see a lot of foreign patterns that say "embroider eyes" but no explanation on how to do so.  

Even if the video is in another language, that's fine.  I just need to watch someone do it.  thanks in advance!

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Nannypat crochet on YouTube has a video showing 6 different ways to embroider eyes Hope that helps  Details Reply Post time 2015-5-28 04:16
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Post time: 2015-5-21 00:08
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I have used safety eyes, or crochet ones for certain animals,  used wiggly eyes on small dolls like fairies,  but I´d like to try painting some onto felt or cloth in the future as you can make these really expressive I think.
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Post time: 2015-5-23 23:18
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excuse me , may I ask pls? what is utlilicé lentils Food??

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You have to choose green lentils that have good form, so that both eyes look the same ...  Details Reply Post time 2015-5-23 23:24
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dalangin 2015-5-23 23:18
excuse me , may I ask pls? what is utlilicé lentils Food??

You have to choose green lentils that have good form, so that both eyes look the same ...

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