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1  Re: Baby-Bear Crochetalong! (Free pattern) in Crochetalongs by Moonrise on: August 30, 2008 09:15:12 AM
So here is my result ... Not perfect, but I hope, the person who receives it will be happy with it anyway. Perhaps someone else like to try out now?

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2  Re: NINTENDO-ALONG!! ^_^ in Craftalongs by Moonrise on: August 05, 2008 03:53:54 PM
I made this for the color-craftalong, but it also fits perfectly in here - my little Supermario star  Smiley I like him very much, so perhaps he will get company.



Greetings from Cologne

Kristin
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3  Re: 2008 Color Craft-A-Long in Craftalongs by Moonrise on: August 05, 2008 03:48:57 PM
I managed to make something yellow just in time: a small Supermario star  Cheesy He is so cute, perhaps I will make a bigger one for his companionship later.



Now I'm looking forward to august, because blue is my favorite color (beneath turquoise)  Wink

Greetings from Cologne

Kristin
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4  Re: Alice in Craftland :D in Craftalongs by Moonrise on: August 04, 2008 03:14:31 PM
The Alice-bag is really beautiful!

I've got something for you, too Smiley I made a drink-me-bottle with polymer clay. The slogan on the bottle says "Trink mich" = German for "Drink me".



Greetings from Cologne

Kristin
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5  Re: FELT in Craftalongs by Moonrise on: August 04, 2008 02:47:15 PM
There are so many nice and inspiring works in this thread, I really like them!

I made to felt works recently. First, a little monster:



And second, I tried to made a copy of my cat  Cheesy This is needle felted with felting wool:



On my list are a few more felt projects (a rose purse and some stuffed animals), so I'll join this craftalong Smiley

Greetings from Cologne

Kristin
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6  Re: My beaded projects so far (very img heavy) in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Moonrise on: August 04, 2008 11:26:45 AM
I've completely forgotten I also make beaded animals. I hope this is the right rubric for them.

A dolphin:



Frog and dragonfly:



Hummingbird:



Scorpion:



Ladybird:



Turtle:



Thanks for looking!
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7  My beaded projects so far (very img heavy) in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Moonrise on: August 04, 2008 11:19:37 AM
Since I've already shown my crochet and polymer clay projects, I think it's time to show my beaded works, too Smiley So here are some of them:

A green set. I liked it very much, but I lost the necklace in the disco Sad I have to make a new one.



A woven witch bracelet  Wink



Another set with glass cubes:



Another necklace with glass cubes and matching earrings:



This necklace I made with the knitting nancy (in German "Strickliesl") for my mom:



A long necklace for my best friend:



A necklace with coral chips for a colleague:



This is a netted beadwork I made for my mom. It looks a bit like crocheted, but it's threaded.



A necklace with mother-of-pearl and freshwater pearls:



A star set for a friend:



Bracelets:



I needed much time for this set which I wore on New Year's Eve:



A beaded moon:



Necklace for a colleague:



Another necklace for a colleague with a bit of wire work:



Bracelet with a coral heart:



A bracelet with rose quartz chips:



And finally, a flower bracelet which I like to wear very much:



Thanks for looking!

I try to perfect my English, so please correct me if I make any mistakes ...

Greetings from Cologne

Kristin

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8  My polymer clay projects so far - img heavy in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Moonrise on: July 30, 2008 07:22:19 AM
I've worked with polymer clay (especially Fimo) since about one year now and I'd like to share some of my projects with you Smiley I still have problems with creating canes, but modelizing is also much fun.

First, to dragons inspired by Christi Firesen:





Some sheeps I formed with air-drying clay which I chose because it's cheaper:



A cook who resembles my father a bit who loves cooking (it was a present for him):



Little witches:



A shell which is used as a small bowl whith an octupus:



Another dragon:



A cat bracelet inspired by Emily Strange:



A rose jewelry set which I like to wear very much:



A toadstool set:



A strawberry set:



A necklace for a live action roleplayer:



Blue sets for my mother and my aunt:



A little dragon - I made the wings with Fimo liquid:



I love color gradients ...



One of my favorite jewelry sets with a hummingbird:



Fimo with shell chips:



A witch:



And finally, a playing cat inspired by Christi Friesen:



Thanks for looking!


Greetings from Cologne

Kristin
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9  My finished crochet projects in Crochet: Completed Projects by Moonrise on: July 29, 2008 11:25:27 AM
Since a few months, I'm into crocheting. You know, I'm dreaming of wool. Especially with color gradient. I've got already more than enough wool, but I can't resist buying more.

My first project was a purche for my mom. I made the button with polymer clay.



After that, I tried a poncho.



Then I learned to crochet in rounds and made an amigurumi frog.



Finally I bought the book "The Happy Hooker" in German. I absolutely love it!

First I crocheted the romantic shirt:



And then the top which is pink in the book:





And I can't get enough  Cheesy At the moment I'm crocheting a snake, a mini bear, a shawl, a blanket and a scarf.

Greetings from Cologne

Kristin
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10  Re: Polymer Clay Covered Altoids Tin Clay-along! in Craftalongs by Moonrise on: July 28, 2008 11:36:19 AM
Hallo there!

I decorated a tin with polymer clay, but it's a round tin to put my pencils and pens in. Also I didn't have a pasta machine (now I have one), so the face is unfortunately quite irregular. And sorry for the bad photograph - the light reflected ...

The slogan is in German (Erkenne dich selbst). It means "Know yourself", which refers to the Oracle of Delphi.




Greetings frome Cologne

Kristin
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