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1  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / mini minion on: April 29, 2015 06:44:26 PM

Made mini minon with left over yarn I had.
I started with sketching, what would look the cutest. Challenging part was to follow the drawing to keep the form right.

more posts:
2  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Crochet Minions on: April 25, 2015 06:23:28 PM
My first attempt to make crochet minion!
Got carried away making this so I totally forgot to take progress shots.

more photos here!
3  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Printable Valentine Card on: February 10, 2015 06:24:57 PM
Need last minute Valentine card? Here is ready to print card I made. Print out this card on 8.5 x 11 paper. Card size will be 5''x5'' after you fold the paper.

Share the card to someone you care!
Grab it right here.   

4  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Minion Carrying a Box Illusion Costume on: December 11, 2013 05:30:35 PM

I have a friend who loves minion from Despicable Me and I've also been loving these cute little yellow nuggets. He had an unique idea to make Halloween costume with illusion of a minion carrying banana box while having you in the box. I just had to be part of this!

So here are progress shots of how it was made.
You should click here to see the end result and more details how this costume was made.

The chalkboard art was used as backdrop we drew to take photo with the costume.

5  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Weddings and Bridal Showers / Wedding decorator's workshop on: November 25, 2010 07:53:14 PM
Just recently I finally finished making a website of "the making of" wedding decorator's workshop. These are photos of work in progress shot of decorations I worked on. I had so much fun making them!

See more here! http://www.yukikotsu.com/antia/

6  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / cupcake on: November 24, 2009 11:16:16 AM
A birthday card I made for my friend.
Done with brown ink with light wash of watercolor.

7  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Weddings and Bridal Showers / Vera Wang's wedding dress on: October 09, 2008 09:06:41 AM
My friend Celine(who is the bride) and I made her wedding dress + 2 bridesmaid dress together~  The dress she wanted to wear was from Vera Wang's and we decided to make replica of it.
If we were to put the time together the bride's dress took about 2 months and 2 bridesmaid's dresses were about a month together.

This is Vera Wang's dress:

progress shot of the dress:

how the flower decoration on the chest were made:

enter here to see the whole progress shot of it~
This is a little site sharing how the dresses were made. Sections are divided to bride's, bridesmaid's and a little extra photos we want to share~ 

for wedding photos click here:
8  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Weddings and Bridal Showers / bachelorette party (with quick tutorial) on: August 18, 2008 09:22:04 AM
Me and my friend originized our friend's surprize bachelorette party~ I made coasters for table decorations.

about the party

more photos

- blue, red ribbons to make bows
- 4'' square fabrics
- blue, red threads
- white glue watered down
- sewing needle
- serger: rolling hem

serge the edges

dip the ends of the bow with watered down white glue so it wont frey the ends.

sew the bow on the fabric like when you sew buttons.

After the party, each guest got 4 coasters as a gift~
9  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Coin pouch (with Pattern) on: May 12, 2008 05:45:39 PM
I made this for myself to keep my changes =) Here's the pattern, if you need any question please ask~! Enjoy

Crochet Coin Pouch Pattern:

- J&P Coats Royale & Cameo Craft Crochet Threads - metallic thread
- J&P Coats Royale & Cameo Craft Crochet Threads - black thread
- size 1.5 mm (7 US) crochet hook
- coin pouch frame
I bought mine here:
this is their official site:

- lining for inside pouch
- super glue
- needle
- invisible thread or fish string
- 0.2cm rope/string
- "-" screw driver
- pliers

Row 1: make a knot, create 21 sc.
Row 2: go across, add 4 sc at the end.
Row 3: go across, add 4 sc.
Row 4: go across, add 4 sc.
Row 5: go across, add 4 sc.
Row 6: go across.
Row 7: go across.

2.) [Silver]
Row 8: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 9: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 10: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 11: go across, add 2 sc.

Row 12: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 13: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 14: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 15: go across.
Row 16: go across.

4.) [Silver]
Row 17: go across.
Row 18: go across.
Row 19: go across.
Row 20: go across.
Row 21: go across.

Row 22: go across.
Row 23: go across.
Row 24: go across, leave 2 stitch out.
Row 25: go across, leave 2 stitch out.
Row 26: go across.

6.) [Silver]
Row 27: go across.
Row 28: go across.
Row 29: go across.
Row 30: go across.
Row 31: go across.

Row 32: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 33: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 34: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 35: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 36: go across, leave 1 stitch out.

8.) [Silver]
Row 37: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 38: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 39: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 40: go across, leave 2 stitch out.

* Repeat this for other side

1. So now you have 2 pieces. Sew them together with invisible thread. Then flip it out.

2. Sew together the lining.
3. Use the super glue to brush the edges of the lining so it won't fray. Dry.

4. Fold the edge of the sewing ends of the lining and fold it outward and either sew together with the crochet from the inside or glue them together.
5. The arch area where you are going to be clasping with the coing frame, quickly sew the lining and the crochet with invisible thread so they stay together when your clasping the coin frame.

6. Clasping the coin frame has many ways, this is my way:
   - With a screwdriver, stuff the edge of the pouch inside the coin frame with the rope to stay steady, then pinch the rim of the frame.
Here's other places that shows how to do it with better instruction:


Here's the official site of the coin pouch~
10  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Loco Roco~ on: March 12, 2008 01:25:15 PM
I had left over yarn of yellow so I made this~
I do have the pattern for this but I can't seem to find it right now.... 0_o Once I find it I'll post it up!!
What do you think~?

This is work in progress shot of making their mouth, I used fabric paint and drew a smile on parchment paper. After overnight to dry, I select 4 best one and peel it off without stretching.

I glue the mouth and the felted eyes with fabric glue~

about it on the blog:
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