WHO AM I
Hello. My name is Serah and I’m an amigurumi addict.
I saw an amigurumi for the first time in 2011. It was at that moment I knew what I was supposed to do; I was destined to create adorable things out of yarn. There was a slight problem though—I didn’t know how to crochet! But you know how the saying goes: ‘when there’s a will, there are always YouTube video tutorials’, and that’s how I learned to crochet.
Since then, I have designed quite a few patterns, met many wonderful fellow crocheters from around the world, and managed to get some of my designs published in books and magazines.
Born and raised in Sikkim, a beautiful Himalayan state in northeast India, I currently live in Kathmandu with my husband and our two furry kids.
WHAT’S MY BLOG ABOUT
yarn (yärn): n.1. A continuous strand of twisted fibers of natural or synthetic material, such as cotton or nylon, used in knitting, weaving, or sewing. 2. Informal To tell an entertaining tale or series of tales.
I’m just someone who loves working with yarn—whether it’s designing my very own little amigurumi or trying out patterns by other amazing knit and crochet doll designers. And all these tales of me fiddling around with these twisted fibers end up here on this blog.
I have been lucky enough to have my patterns included by Meteoor Books in their amazing amigurumi books . You can find my Miss Kitty Catty and Foxy O’Neal in Amigurumi Animals at Work, Papa Bear, Mama Bear & Baby Bear in Amigurumi Parent and Baby Animals, and Choppy, the clumsy juggler in Amigurumi Circus.
I’d like you to know I’m really thrilled you decided to check out this little corner of my blog and spend a bit more time getting to know me. Which, I believe, means you love my designs enough to care who made them. So thank you for visiting. I hope you’ll drop by again to see all the yarny new tales I have spun for you.