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1  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / You Are My Sunshine on: June 13, 2016 11:15:55 PM
These type of afghans are all over the internet lately so I had to give it a go.  Love how it turned out!  Sc and bobble stitch using Red Heart Comfort yarn  and a 6mm/ J hook.  This pattern can be purchased here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sunshine-27  

The afghan needed to fit a queen size bed and because it was to small when completed, I added another row of squares at the top, bottom and both sides. This has been a hard project to photograph as the colors do not seem to photograph true.  The struggle was real people!  Thank you for viewing.

2  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Drab to Fab on: April 08, 2016 10:07:05 AM
Being tired of having my clothes in cupboards I wanted to have a real dresser again.  Went to a garage sale and bought these two beauties for $30.

First thing I did after washing it down was remove handles which I spray painted black using Tremclad gloss spraypaint.  Next I prepped the surfaces of the dresser and armoire using KILZ2 Latex primer.  This primer is perfect so paint will adhere to a glossy surface.  Once all the surfaces were primed I moved on to painting.  I chose from Rona The Collection Smooth Velvet in a light grey. 

I love how they turned out and it will be so nice to have a real working bedroom again.  Once I get them into the bedroom this weekend I will post a final pic.  Now to work on my night stands!
3  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / I Wanna Rock and Roll All Night ATT: Photo Heavy on: April 01, 2016 06:58:42 PM
And party everyday! In the mornings though I'll need to snuggle under my new Kiss Afghan.  Half double crocheted using Red Heart Comfort yarn and a 5mm/G hook. Starchild had a crooked mouth so I ripped roughly 20 rows out and re-worked the mouth.Squares have been single crocheted together in black. Photos are of the afghan front and back before border and then again with the black border. My daughter is in photo for size comparison. I am exceptionally happy with this afghan and I adore the pattern. For those wanting this pattern (graph) or patterns like this please inbox Cindy Joe and she will give you more information for purchasing. https://www.facebook.com/cindy.joe.773?ref=br_rs. Thanks for viewing.

4  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Zombie; eat flesh on: March 11, 2016 10:23:42 AM
Complete! Glad this one is over. Never, ever will I print off a grey scale pattern when it should be colored! I made so many errors on this afghan that could have been avoided had I done so. Also there is 4 or 5 different shades of green in this afghan. If I do another pattern such as this I will be sure to have enough yarn of one shade. Afghan is worked with a 5mm crochet hook in hdc using Red Heart Comfort yarn and whatever brand of green that was close. 27,000 stitches. Another cool pattern by Cindy Joe!  For those wanting this pattern (graph) or patterns like this please inbox Cindy Joe and she will give you more information. https://www.facebook.com/cindy.joe.773?ref=br_rs Thanks for viewing.

5  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Danganronpa's Monokuma on: February 16, 2016 03:42:46 PM
Danganronpa's Monokuma is my daughter Paige's favorite anime at the moment and when I asked her what she wanted for an afghan she did not hesitate.  Monokuma is not a very nice bear as you may think and his smile shows his true self.  Afghan is worked using Red Heart Comfort yarn using a 5mm/G crochet hook in hdc.  With two rows of  hdc for the border. Pattern is of my own making and is not available at this time.  This item worked up smaller than an afghan but works out wonderfully as a throw. Paige loves it and says it is prefect the way it is. Photos show half way, front and back. Thanks for viewing!

Before Border

Half way



6  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Oh Scully and Mulder, how I missed you! on: February 01, 2016 10:15:42 AM
Oh, Scully and Mulder, how I missed you! X-Files Afghan completed. 5mm/8 hook using half double crochet. Forty-five thousand eight hundred and sixty-four stitches. Afghan measures 5 feet 10 inches wide by 7 feet 8 inches long. This item used 3400 meters/3718 yards blue and 792 meters/867 yards white and took 17 days to complete.  Thanks for viewing!

UPDATE:  Feeling over the moon!  I received a message last Saturday (21 February 2016) from William B. Davis' publicist Kyla to feature my X-Files afghan on his page & today(27 February 2016) my afghan is featured on the Smoking Man's Facebook page! Feeling totally over the moon! You can see the link here: www.facebook.com/pages/William-B-Davis-Fan-Page/127796630628354?fref=ts

7  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Imagine Dragons on: December 19, 2015 01:29:29 AM
Dragon Afghan made of Red Heart Comfort yarn; half double crochet using a 5mm hook.  My local yarn store was constantly running out of yarn this last few months and I was continuously running out of the right color yarn.  I had to improvise as I was working on a deadline. All in all this afghan turned out alright and the color changes seemed as though it was decided that way.  A gift for my cousin Maureena from her sister Wanieta.  This pattern was found here (http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/embroidery/hand-embroidery/dragon-head-3-cross-stitch-pattern-/81131) and modified for use in this afghan.

8  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Pulp Fiction inspired on: December 02, 2015 08:08:01 AM
Ever do a project that seems to drag on and on?  This was one of those but it could have been because I used a 4.00mm/6 crochet hook and that I worked this piece in hdc.  I was so gung ho when I began it, but somewhere around the middle I petered out and it became a chore to work on.  I am chronic when I crochet and most days can crochet all day, but was lucky if I could do 10 rows a day.  At the point where I had the most yarn; (along the arm and pointed guns) I could only work 3 rows a day.  This piece is 250 stitches by 250 stitches.  Sixty-two thousand five hundred stitches completed using Red Heart comfort yarn. I began 5 October and completed 1 December.  Still have the ends to weave on the back but that should only take a few more days.   All in all I love how it turned out and as you can tell I like the unusual.  Thanks for viewing.

9  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Penis Scarf (NSFW) on: September 15, 2015 09:17:09 AM
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Saw this scarf about a year ago and thought it was pretty neat but no pattern.  Seeing as it was an 8-bit type of design I did not think it would be to hard to copy. The original is here:


After working it out on graph paper I proceeded to crochet using Red Heart Comfort yarn a 5 mm hook working in half double crochet.  The first scarf was gigantic!  I pulled it out and made it a tad bit smaller and these are my results.  I should probably still add the pockets like in the original.  Thanks for viewing.

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10  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Sweet Transvestite on: September 09, 2015 09:32:36 PM
Rocky Horror Picture Show Afghan of our lovely Dr. Frank N Furter. Single crocheted with Red Heart Comfort yarn.  Thirty-nine thousand stitches! Covering up with this afghan on a cold evening makes me shiver with antici... pation! For those wanting this pattern (graph) or patterns like this please go here where I purchased this graph.  https://www.facebook.com/cindy.joe.773?ref=br_rs
Thanks for viewing.

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