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1  Pink Clouds, Short Tip Triangle Crochet Scarf. in Crochet: Completed Projects by susie in the sky on: March 06, 2015 11:08:35 AM
I made this lovely shawl from a lovely free pattern on Ravely, that has since disappeared, which is really sad cos I wanted to make another one!


I used some lovely variegated pink and blue DK yarn and a 6mm crochet hook.

I'm going to have a hard look at it to see if I can work out the pattern again!
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2  A crochet dangly flowery mobile garland thingy. in Crochet: Completed Projects by susie in the sky on: February 25, 2015 02:53:53 PM
I made this, but I don't really know what it's called.  A hang-y thingy, with bells on the end! I wanted to send my friend a little handmade present (but as I was sending it overseas in her mums suitcase I didn't want it to be too big or heavy!)

I used the free pattern for amigurumi stars from here, DK yarn and a 3mm hook.


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3  Mustard Harmony Shawl. in Crochet: Completed Projects by susie in the sky on: January 25, 2015 12:01:15 PM
I made this shawl from a free pattern called 'Harmony' that I found on Ravelry


I made it in my current favourite colour, mustard!

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4  Manly ribbed crochet hat in Crochet: Completed Projects by susie in the sky on: January 13, 2015 08:46:45 AM
I made this hat for my boyfriend for Christmas.  It turned out really nice, and I learned how to do a ribbing type stitch which was fun....but it's stretched looads since he's been wearing it, so I would make it about 4 inches smaller next time (and I'll be making it again, cos he really likes the hat, but it's stretched so much that a lady in a shop told him he looked like a blancmange while he was wearing it!)

The pattern is free from Ravelry here http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/beginner-ribbed-crochet-hat-pattern-mens---unisex
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5  Vegan Chocolate Courgette Cake. in Vegetarian / Vegan by susie in the sky on: October 11, 2014 07:32:35 AM
I made this yummy vegan cake from the recipe found online here


It's so good! Smiley

It actually rises, and I can never normally get vegan cake to rise! Smiley
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6  Vegan Cheese and Onion Crisp Flavouring. in Vegetarian / Vegan by susie in the sky on: August 16, 2014 01:58:21 PM
This isn't really a recipe, but it's made be very happy so I thought I would share!

To make vegan cheese and onion crisps you will need

ready salted crisps
nutritional yeast flakes
onion granules
a tea spoon

Put 1 teaspoon of nutritional yeast flakes and half a teaspoon of onion granules into a bag of ready salted crisps.  Hold the bag closed and shake it well. 

You now have vegan cheese and onion crisps, hurrah!
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7  Crochet Rainbow Cards. in Crochet: Completed Projects by susie in the sky on: July 12, 2014 03:39:12 PM
Some rainbow cards I made, they were commissioned by parents at the Rainbow Guides unit I help at.

I made up the pattern for the rainbow, I think the first one was pretty perfect but I didn't write it down!  And now I can't work out exactly what I did which is very annoying!
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8  Granny Stripe Blanket in Crochet: Completed Projects by susie in the sky on: April 30, 2014 03:28:36 PM
I've been working on this blanket for a few months, it's a house warming present for my best friend and her husband.

I used the free granny stripe blanket pattern from the blog Attic 24.  It was lovely to make.

I started with a 180 chain (instead of the recommended 240 chain) because I wanted it to be a good size for my friend and her hubbie to be able to snuggle under on the sofa, but not too big to take in my luggage when I visit them (next week!) (They live in Brazil and I live in the UK!) but it turned out quite huge and as you can see is nearly double bed sized!  I used DK yarn and a 4mm hook.  I'm working on making my yarn stash smaller and this blanket helped to eat up 7 balls of yarn.  Yey!

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9  Crochet Easter Chick. in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by susie in the sky on: April 18, 2014 05:55:44 AM
I made this for my niece for Easter.  Cheep Cheep!

I used the lovely free pattern from here (although google translate failed me for the legs and cockscomb, I had to make them up myself!)


It only took one night to make, while watching TV, so it was a nice quick project too!

Happy Easter
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10  Soot Sprite Pom Pom Valentine... in Completed Projects by susie in the sky on: February 08, 2014 06:42:07 AM
I'm not sure where this should go...maybe here is the best place?!  Huh

I made this pom pom Studio Ghibli soot sprite for valentines day for my boy.  It's a homemade pompom (I have one of those clover pompom makers, it's excellent and worryingly addictive!), with a pipe cleaner as arms and some felt bits stuck on.

There's a tutorial on my blog if you'd like to see step by step photos.

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