This was so much fun to make! From the moment I watched the Disney short film, I knew I had to make a Bao. After a lot of trial and error, I fell in love with this particular shape, and feel. The Cabbage was done a bit haphazardly, but I wrote the pattern for it nonetheless. I hope you enjoy making this as much as I did.
When you begin crocheting amigurumi, you need to know these 15 techniques. Knowing these terms and their abbreviations not only helps you progress in your amigurumi craft, but will also help you write your own patterns in the future.
Making a slip knot for crochet is reminiscent to tying one's shoelaces. You pull a loop through a knot that tightens, locking it in place. You can determine the size of the loop you need when it's around a crochet hook.
When I did my own deep dive research [and I highly recommend you do your own research as well] in finding out what to price your amigurumi, my findings were disheartening. There was a free craft calculator online that factored real supply cost and manual labor into its equation, and the results were either an unrealistic price, or a price so low you were paying yourself below the poverty level in hourly wage.