My name is Raquel Schleimer. I am the creator and mastermind of monsterami™, which is my unique twist on the Japanese art of amigurumi. Amigurumi is the Japanese art of crocheting small stuffed animals that are typically endowed with human characteristics and a pervading aesthetic of cuteness (kawaii). Rather than making the usual bears and bunnies, I focus on creating fun, weird, one-of-a kind monsters. Each monsterami™ is one-of-a kind and has its own name and “personality” based on my own personal experiences (some lighthearted, others deeply personal).
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They are hand made using yarn, felt, safety eyes and fiberfill stuffing. Since I began in the fall of 2009, monsterami™ has developed a loyal, cult following throughout my hometown of Austin, TX
The genesis for monsterami™ began when I was a child and my mother taught me to sew, crochet and knit (none of which I particularly
excelled at). I fell in love with Hello Kitty® at an early age and collected anything made by Sanrio® that I could get my hands on. My fondness for all things strange and obscure became apparent as I entered my formative years. As a teen, I was often described as “the girl who marched to the beat of a different
drum,” which is certainly evident in my monsterami™ creations.