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11  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Pattern Testing? on: October 31, 2010 11:22:04 AM
Well, I've been thinking of following the etsy trend and putting some my patterns up for sale as I get requests for them every so often. Problem is, my patterns have never been tested, and I have no idea what the typical procedure for getting them tested even is. Should I be finding someone I know personally to have test them (which I don't have by the way, hence my problem), or do I find people online to do it? Also, is money involved in any way, because I can't afford to pay anyone (kind of why I want the etsy). What should I do? Thanks in advance for any replies!!! Grin
12  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Re: dose any one know were i can get a mew pattern on: October 31, 2010 11:14:23 AM
There's a mew pattern here: http://wolfdreamer-oth.blogspot.com/2009/06/mew-plushie.html
You will also find many other pokemon, mario, etc. characters from this same site. Hope your boyfriend enjoys the gift, and that you enjoy making it! Grin
13  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: My first (wonky) glove! on: October 28, 2010 10:19:57 AM
Oooo, that's a pretty yarn! May I ask what it is?
And wow, does that mean you just learned to crochet, and immediately went to design your own patterns for the gloves? Cool!
14  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Final Fantasy 13 Sheep on: August 29, 2010 01:05:36 PM
YES!!! I love the sheep from that game! Yours came out perfectly, and the shaping looks just fine. ^_^
I've wanted to make one of these myself, but couldn't think of what yarn to use for the white wool. Is what you used like a fun fur or some kind of worsted weight yarn? Whatever it is, it works really well in terms of fluffyness! lol  Grin
15  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Big Fat Moogle (Pattern Link) on: July 28, 2010 02:01:25 AM
Ok, the pattern is ready, thanks again for the nice comments, and have fun!  Grin

The link is at the bottom of the original post. ^_^
16  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Big Fat Moogle on: July 26, 2010 07:59:48 PM
Sorry it took me awhile to reply to this!  Undecided

I wrote the pattern myself, and plan to post it for free! Yay!

(I'm thinking of doing the whole, offering some patterns free and some on etsy thing, so I'm starting with offering the free ones since its easier to do lol.)

I'll have it posted soon, I'm in the process of converting it from notes to the computer now. Soooo slow of a process, but I'm almost done! I hope you all will like it.  Grin
17  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Big Fat Moogle on: July 13, 2010 08:35:04 PM
Lol, thanks so much everyone!
Just wanted to mention that yes, he does have the Cait Sith cat to go with him, I made it a long time ago and already gave it a seperate post. (Link's in the post now at the bottom.)
He's to scale with his Moogle, so maybe when it's daytime again, I'll add a pic of them togther. ^_^

P.S. Oh yeah, Snorlax is totally on my dream list, lol!
18  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Big Fat Moogle (Pattern Link) on: July 13, 2010 03:20:36 PM
This is basically the largest Amigurumi I've ever made. It's so big and tall!
It is based off of the big moogle Cait Sith rides in the Final Fantasy VII videogame.
(Ref. Pic: http://www.ffinsider.net/final-fantasy-7/pix/Cait-Sith.jpg )
As I love all creatures that are huge, I had to have one! ^_^

He was too large to take a picture of indoors, so to the garden he went.

This is a straightforward pic so you can see his felt face a little better.

His back. He has purple wings, and a felt zipper. (I don't know why his in game design has a zipper. I think he's a robot with a suit on I guess?)

Thanks for looking! ^_^

EDIT: Forgot to put this up before. It's a link to the Cait Sith I made awhile back. http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=316723.0
They are together now, lol!

EDIT 2: So, the pattern ended up being HUGE. Because of this, I put it on my blog instead of here because I don't think it will fit in the post. There is also a link on my blog to a PDF copy of the pattern which contains some extra pic's and a template for the felt pieces.

http://ocdrobot.blogspot.com/2010/07/fat-moogle-pattern.html

Have fun, enjoy your Moogle, and ask for help if you need it! ^_^
19  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / A ton of nerdy Ami I've stored up. (Pic heavy.) on: June 29, 2010 01:29:23 AM
So basically I haven't posted in awhile since I wanted to post several things at once to save space. Y'know, instead of one post per item. Well, maybe I waited a little too long because now it's a bit of a full post. ^_^;
Anywho, alot of them are final fantasy video game themed because they are parts of two different themes I've been focusing on lately: Chocobo's in every color, and final fantasy monsters. The goal of the first theme is self explainatory, whereas the theme of the second is that I wanted to give final fantasy creatures that aren't as popular (like moogles, chocobos, tonberrys, etc) a chance to shine too. Smiley
There are also two other ami's I've made lately that I decided to throw into this post as they are unrealted and couldn't hold their own post together. They are Sailor Neptune (of the sailor moon series) and a Big Sister (of the Bioshock video game series).
Alright, now the pics!
Here's the two chocobo. One is black, the other is gold. (I made golden yarn by working with cornmeal worsted weight yarn and gold metallic crochet thread held together as I worked. It sparkles in the light. Smiley)


The next ones are (in this order) an ahriman, a malboro (I used glow in the dark beads for eyes), ultros (he;s like a purple octopus that walks on land lol), and an oglop (sleepy looking bug). All are from the Final Fantasy series of video games.




They may not be as cute as moogles, but darn it I tried! ^_^ At least they will be fun at Halloween to display.
(A quick note:usually I provide reference photos for comparison, but decided against it this time due to volume. If you really want a link to one though, feel free to ask!)
Finally, we have Sailor Neptune, followed by a cute version of a Big Sister.


To try to make the Big Sister cute instead of scary, I "chibi"-ed her, took away the cage with pink ribbons strung to it featured on her back, and instead put one big pink ribbon on her head.

Thanks for looking!!!  Grin
20  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: By the power of Skeletor! on: June 12, 2010 04:38:53 PM
That is AWESOME!  Grin
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