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The Aranzi Aronzo books teach you how to make your own toys, accessories, purses, t-shirts, etc. using easy to find materials and household objects, but the books also include short narratives featuring the very unique, sometimes bizarre miscellany they've just helped you make.
Aranzi Aronzo claim variously to be a Mexican-Japanese man and Norwegian Vietnamese-Indian man working ar securities firms and playing the tambourine full-time. All we really know about them however is that they are actually two sisters who create mischief and fun through high-cute (as in high art) crafts.
"I therefore give The Cute Book my highest recommendation:
It's a craft book that really works. Unlike, say, Martha Stewart,
the Aranzi Aronzo people have come up with patterns that look good
even when ordinary people make them." - Manga Blog
"Most of the patterns fall in the "Oh, how cute" category, but there are several with guy appeal.
Get this book! Kids, teens, and adults will all want to borrow it."- The yayayas
"It seems like a bit of a bold move to call something 'The Cute Book' because you better be sure you can deliver. Luckily Aranzi Aronzo is in the business of delivering on cute." - http://www.Thimble.ca
"Whether you've dedicated an entire room in your house to "crafting" or break out in hives at the mere mention of gimp, it's hard to deny the weirdly winsome appeal of Aranzi Aronzo's DIY books".- Popcultureshock