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1  Despicable "Minion" in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by annessa on: January 28, 2013 12:49:26 AM
I spent my 2013 New year holiday making this despicable "minion", it was fun making it after stopping making amigurumi for a while. It's been my motivation to make more dolls and share the fun with my friends and family for the last one month.




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2  Sock Monkey keychain in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by annessa on: January 24, 2013 11:49:27 PM
Always tempted to make sock monkey with candy socks, but never got the chance. So decided to try crochet one instead. Now it's hanging on my favourite bag.

 Grin



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3  Halloween Special in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by annessa on: October 29, 2008 11:32:50 PM
This year I have manage to make some Halloween themed crochet work, even though we dun celebrate Halloween and I never had a trick or treat too. But I have fun making Halloween ami and see a lot creative decorative ideas. And I want to wish everyone a very Happy Halloween.

Here are my Halloween stash:
Introducing Halloween all time favourite pumpkins






Candy corn with frog




My first crochet pattern : Bloodshot eye cupcake


and Introducing Dracula Bird





And lastly, transformed from ordinary frog to witchie frog










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4  Manatee Bride and Groom in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by annessa on: September 12, 2008 02:32:24 AM
The story behind this cute and lovely manatee couple starts from the pattern by T4124.
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=224170.0
I was dying to try out the pattern but never had a chance. Since I always give away a handmade present for my married friends, so i thought i would try out the manatee pattern. And I really love the pattern, it is very easy to make.






The manatee bride is totally adorable with pearly tiara veil and rose corsage.




The corsage idea came to me when I don't want to dress up the manatee bride and think it would be fun to dress up the flipper instead of the body. The corsage is made up of rose felt and some lace.





As for the tiara veil: it is made from wire, plastic pearl and ribbons. This is my first veil, I wish I can add more volume and frill to it, but for now a simple veil would suit my bride well.





And lastly, my handsome manatee groom. Hehe the flippers is not at the same position but it looks like a swimming manatee on my cutting board.





For the gentleman's hat, it is made from felt and i embroidered it a bit to look retro and added a ribbon corsage instead of a tuxedo for the groom.




So I hope you love them too.
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5  My First Wedding Doll in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by annessa on: July 23, 2008 02:56:36 AM
My colleague is getting married and have requested a pair of wedding dolls to put up in her bedroom. It took me 2 nights to finish it just in time to give it to her. Hehe, she requested 2 weeks ago, but I only gave her today as I was embarking on another project which is at still at 70% upon completion. When I finish making the dolls, suddenly it struck me that my dolls reminded me of Tom and Nicole as the bride is so much taller.

Well, this is my very first wedding dolls and it is my design too. Connie, congratulation on your wedding and hope you like the wedding dolls.






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6  Russian Doll Ep 2 in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by annessa on: July 08, 2008 11:02:48 PM
I have finally did a small bizarre looking russian doll following the "pear shape" doll before her. She has a mole just below her eye, a few strands of hair. Hope it won't give u nightmares.






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7  Russian doll in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by annessa on: June 26, 2008 08:45:01 PM
This is my first post in Craftster. I have seen alot of great work and tutorials. I would like to share my work and hope you guys like it.

I saw a wonderful russian doll pattern and make it into a "Green" Russian doll who likes to green the earth.
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