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21  Birthday Jellyfish in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by yellowduckie on: January 29, 2008 04:26:56 PM
Based on the "Jessica's Jellyfish" pattern, and a photo taken by the friend.

Used a Wendy/Peter Pan yarn (for the life of me I can't figure out what the color name is.  Also used a Plymouth yarn from the 24K Italian collection.  It's very shiny.




I add a little edging at the bottom, with some beads hanging from the edging.



Here's also a view from the top.




So does it seems like a cool birthday present?   Cheesy

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22  Re: 2008 12" Squares ~ JAN in Crochetalongs by yellowduckie on: January 14, 2008 06:33:00 PM
Here are my finished January 2008 Block: Dreamcatcher



Here is my finished filler block for January: Dayna's Pinwheel




And both side by side.  I did pretty good getting them the same size.  Medium weight, Red Heart Super Saver acyclic yarn.




I can hardly wait for February.

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23  Re: 2008 12" Squares ~ JAN in Crochetalongs by yellowduckie on: January 13, 2008 06:31:51 PM
I've redone my square with an I hook and I'm quite happy with it.

There it is sitting on the blocking pad I just made (with corrgated cardboard, three layers of batting and part of a cotton sheet):



I usually leave a tail it I'm going to sew crocheted things together.


And to see the difference hook size makes:




Now on to the pinwheel filler square.  Thankfully I copied the pattern before the site disappears.  I wonder if we over taxed their bandwidth quota for the month.  That can happen sometimes.  Good thing the WayBack Machine exists (the web archive site).
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24  Re: 2008 12" Squares ~ JAN in Crochetalongs by yellowduckie on: January 12, 2008 01:14:34 PM
Here is my first attempt.  I didn't have an I hook, so I used a G to try it out.  Since this was going to be a test square, I used some Red Heart Multicolor Super Saver Acrylic (Shades of brown,green).



Came out 9.5" square.  I'll be picking up an I hook today and I'll try again.
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25  Re: Easiest stitch markers ever! in Crochet: Completed Projects by yellowduckie on: January 06, 2008 10:08:08 AM
I agree with everyone else.

These makers are elegant, uncomplicated & charming.

Having just discovered amigurumi, I'm in dire need of markers.  So with wire and pliers in hand I'm off to make some.


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Just a quick update to show the markers:



I'm using them all the time.  They're wonderful.  Thanks to aliciasjoy for posting how to make them.

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26  Re: Crochet Jellyfish in Crochet: Completed Projects by yellowduckie on: January 04, 2008 01:28:46 AM
So pretty.  It inspired me to buy the pattern, and I'm in the middle of making one now.  Thank you, onceupon, for pointing the way to this pattern.

Sadly, I got confused about some of the pattern, but Jessica is very cool about answering questions.  Smiley

I'll post mine when I get one done (who knows how long that will be).




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Well, what do you know.  I finished my first jellyfish.



I'm now on to make one for a someone's birthday. 

This was a great pattern.

 

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27  Pouch for Mom's Day in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by yellowduckie on: May 07, 2005 09:34:40 PM
  I just love this tutorial.  I've been making pouches for storing stuff for projects (fabric for sewing stuff).

Anyways, have some stuff left over from a quilt top I've made (and one day will quilt).

Today I thought, "Hey isn't it mom's day tomorrow?  So I made this pouch for the "mom" in my life.

The pouch:


and the lining:


Hope she likes it.
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28  first project: a test t-shirt before the real thing in Screen Printing: Completed Projects by yellowduckie on: November 16, 2004 11:08:01 AM
So with all the information gleaned here, and some website, I've made a screen, and tested it on a t-shirt.

Here is the original picture, my cat sleeping:



Here is the screen I made (used a brooding lamp with 250 watt bulb, 12 inches away for 12 mins):




Heatset using instructions from this site:
http://www.jacquardproducts.com/products/paints/versatexscreenink/l0_instr_1.php


Here is the t-shirt:



Here is a closeup of the kitty:



I got the brooding lamp for a local feed store, and the bulb from a local photo shop.

I used photoshop to turn the picture into white/black high contrast, printed onto a transparency.  You turn the picture into a grayscale pict, then use Threshold to make it high contrast.  You adjust the threshold until it's the way you want.

Will be making the real t-shirts later with some friends who are coming over to play.  Cheesy


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