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1  My little little pony in CHALLENGE 90 ENTRIES by Xelerej on: September 05, 2013 07:01:33 AM
I know this would have made much more sense with Applejack (Appletini from the Bridle Gossip ep) but 1) I found this challenge late and didn't have time to split the worsted weight yarn that is her color and 2) Rarity is best pony. She's a crafter like us!

I made this pattern up a year ago for my goddaughter who wanted a Pinkie Pie for her birthday. It's been tweaked a couple times, but I was getting bored with it. Mini-fying the pattern was just the right challenge to make me pick it up again!

Here she is - coming in at just barely under the 4" limit - Mini Rarity!







And my cat, trying to decide if she'd be as fun to play with as the sparkle ball

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2  A d20, probably not balanced. in Knitting: Completed Projects by Xelerej on: March 10, 2011 08:20:30 AM
The rogue trader shop my husband plays warhammer and infinity at had an art show last month. This was my contribution. I got 'Fan Favorite'!





EDIT: I used 2 strands simply soft black, size 10 needles, and an entire 32 oz bag of polyfil.

Start with 35 sts, then k2tog on one edge and ssk on the other on the knit side. I used a provisional cast on to make the triangles easier to knit together.

The hardest part was the graphs for the numbers (and the paint file I had them in has gone missing), which I used duplicate stitch to add afterward in aunt lydia's gold crochet thread, 4 strands held together. Most of the numbers were 13 pixels high and 7 wide, except "4" which was 9 wide and "1" which was only 5 wide.

After that, grab a real d20 to get the facings right and have at it!
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