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1  Green Fuzzy Monster Baby Booties in Crochet: Completed Projects by mskc on: December 03, 2008 07:29:59 PM
I made these from this pattern here http://needyl.com/crochet/monster-baby-booty-pattern.  I used Moda Dea from the clearance rack at Hobby Lobby in this green color and Red Heart WW in the tan.  These were just for fun.  I'll probably try them in white next with a darker tan for more contrast on the sole and toes.





They were hard to photograph because most of the photos ended up like this.


That's Jack.


I should have tried to get a pic with him modeling them since he is my only baby.  Shocked)
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2  My first post with pics!! Fat bottom bag in Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller by mskc on: November 19, 2008 06:43:00 PM
I made this with Paton's SWS yarn and then lined it with a matching kitty cat fabric.  The handle was ad libbed by looking at some of the other bags posted on here.  It's my first purse and was really pretty simple to do.   Smiley







The pics aren't the best.  The purse has held up fairly well.  I've been using it for almost a year now.  It does tend to pill some and the handle stretched out some.  Overall it's great and really roomy.  I did make it a little larger than the pattern in the book by adding more rows.  I just want to thank everyone on here for inspiring me to try new projects.  Kiss
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