Today we will be showing you how to make an Amigurumi Rakkyo. A rakkyo also called allium chinense, is a type of Asian shallot. This Amigurumi is for those who want an exotic Amigurumi vegetable in their Amigurumi vegetable collection. It would be good on a keychain as a gift to some of your foody friends. As always, feel free to subscribe to our channel for more instructional Amigurumi knitting videos, and have a good day!
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