Subtitle Includes Everything to Crochet Your Own Audrey Hepburn

Katalin Galusz
Price $22.99 / £17.99
Description Description

Audrey Hepburn is a cultural, fashion, and philanthropic icon, and now, with the Unofficial Audrey Hepburn Book and Crochet Kit, you can turn Audrey into an adorable keepsake crochet doll.

The instruction book includes everything you need to know to make your own amigurumi Audrey doll. This mini Audrey is styled in one of her signature outfits: the black sheath dress with gloves, pearls, and tiara she wore in the 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

The instruction book explains all the crochet techniques used in the project so even fans who are new to crochet can enjoy it. The pattern contains step-by-step instructions and helpful how-to photos.

Along with the instruction book, the kit includes the following materials needed to complete the project:

  • Instruction book
  • Four colors of yarn
  • Pear seed beads
  • Embroidery floss and needle
  • Crochet hook
  • Safety eyes
  • Fiberfill stuffing


Whether you are looking for a gift for the craft-loving Audrey Hepburn fan in your life or simply love making and sharing quirky projects, this all-in-one kit is the perfect choice.

Format Kit 32 Pages
ISBN 9780785845652
Size7.63 in x 10.63 in / 193.80 mm x 270.00 mm
Published Date October 15th, 2024
Katalin Galusz
Kati Gálusz discovered the world of amigurumi when she wanted to make a unique gift for a toy-collector friend. What started as a quick fling has grown into the love of a lifetime, allowing her to combine her need for creativity with her main interests: animals and great books and movies. After lavishing her creations on her long-suffering family and friends, she started to sell them on Etsy and share her crochet patterns on Ravelry. She has since expanded the reach of her creativity as the pattern designer and author for several successful DIY crochet kits. When she is not crocheting, she can usually be found with a book in her hand, surrounded by her dogs in her home near Budapest, the Hungarian capital.
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