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11  Kermit the frog here. in Crochet: Completed Projects by anderlance on: April 24, 2014 04:11:18 PM
My Kermit the frog worked in single crochet. Really not liking it.  Any ideas on how I can make the black look a bit better?  Maybe two rows of black instead of one?  Pattern can be found here:
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12  Easy, peasy in Crochet: Completed Projects by anderlance on: March 17, 2014 02:42:17 PM
My new nephew chillin' in his new Mom hat.  This has got to be the easiest thing I have ever made.  I was going to buy a pattern but then thought I could easily make it.  I was right! I chose a plain old regular beanie pattern(forgot which one it was but trust me use your fav).  I single crocheted a white banner and stitched Mom on that; crocheted a heart; stitched the heart to the hat then the banner onto to the hat and it was done.  I swear less than an hour for this project.  Easy, peasy, lemon squeezy.
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13  Up, Up and Away! in Crochet: Completed Projects by anderlance on: February 24, 2014 10:44:11 AM
Superhero Baby blanket I made for my new nephew.  Made entirely out of Red Heart super saver yarn. Patterns can be found below. I did modify them a bit to be 50 X 50 stitches for each square. Stitched using single crochet but worked up really, really fast. Took me three days.

Superman; Batman; Green Lantern and Flash as well as many others can be found here:

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14  Skeletons in my closet in Crochet: Completed Projects by anderlance on: February 20, 2014 09:49:56 AM
Or on the bed. Which ever you prefer. Skeleton afghan almost done.  I ran out of blue (short 2 rounds can you believe it?) If I cannot find the match I will finish it off and use it as is.  It is about the size of a single bed. Worked up incredibly quickly. I will most definitely do this pattern again.

The skull pattern can be found here:
http://fearandloathingwithyella.blogspot.ca/2012/11/crochet-skull-pattern.html (no longer working below is new link)
Then I crochet as if doing granny squares. 4 dc groups across the top and 6dc groups down the side + 2 tr along the jawline. If you look closely at the close-up pic you will get my meaning. Made entirely in Red Heart super saver yarn.

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15  The Excorcist in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by anderlance on: January 19, 2014 02:14:12 PM

Exorcist: Regan & Father Merrin amigurumi.  My cousin Ashley sent me this photo asking me if I could crochet this for her. 

I like a challenge so I agreed. I crocheted Regan, Father Merrin, their outfits, the quilt, the mattress, & the pillow. The bed we cut out of scrap wood and then painted black. Keep in mind when you look at the photos their hair is messy because lets face it; nobody looks their best when they are possessed or battling demons. Also I still have not found the right eyes to add to the Regan doll but will keep looking.  If anyone can point me into the right direction that would be great.  I'd like the eyes to resemble snake eyes or something similar to that.  Thanks for viewing!

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16  I'm done! I'm done! in Crochet: Completed Projects by anderlance on: December 13, 2013 06:37:31 PM
My nephew Bradley has been a lacrosse player for about 4 years now and loves the sport with a passion.  When I asked him what kind of blanket he would like me to make for him for his birthday he did not hesitate when he said a lacrosse player. 3 months later; here are the results.  I am stoked and this was his reply when he saw it after I messaged him.

"Omg!!!!! That is feakin' awesome!!!! That's looks amazing!!!! I never thought it would look so awesome!!! Thanks so much Auntie Bev! It looks awesome!! Thank you!" 

Pretty nice eh? (I know, my Canadian is showing.) I received 2 thank you's and 3 awesome's and 1 amazing!

Crocheted with Red Heart Yarn using afghan stitch. Thanks for looking.

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17  Knight in Crochet: Completed Projects by anderlance on: December 13, 2013 02:43:24 PM
This seems to be the thing everyone wants in my household for Christmas; a winter hat that resembles a knight's helmet. Crocheted with Red Heart yarn. Thanks for looking!

The pattern was very, very easy to follow and I was impressed with the results. I purchased the pattern here:
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18  TOTORO! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by anderlance on: December 11, 2013 10:43:27 AM
Being my daughter's 15th birthday and her relentless nagging for a Totoro I came upon a pattern for one here:

Thank you Angry Angel for posting so a great pattern! This is an easy pattern to follow and I really enjoyed making it.  My daughter loved it and the next day informed me that I forgot the whiskers and 4 more ^ on his belly.  LOL!

Here it is complete made out of Red Heart medium worsted yarn.

Bothered me so much that I did not do it right so I had to fix.  She should like it much better now.
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19  Bumble in Crochet: Completed Projects by anderlance on: December 01, 2013 07:01:21 PM
Christmas time is coming and along with that comes the TV shows.  My favorite has always been Bumble from Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer.  When I came across this pattern on Ravelry I just had to make it. Made for one; but they both had to wear it. 
Pattern can be found:http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bumble-hat--abominable-snowman-rudolf-

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20  When in doubt or danger run in circles in Crochet: Completed Projects by anderlance on: September 26, 2013 06:15:34 PM
I am not in danger or in doubt but I absolutely love my new circle afghan.  Better than that I am so glad I am done. Whew!  Tutorial can be found here.

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