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1  ami addicted (img heavy!) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by dani1ynn on: April 18, 2009 08:09:09 PM
so, i'm new here. hi! *waves* i've been crocheting for about 12 years now, but only just recently started learning more than just a basic single crochet stitch. since then, i've become addicted to amigurumi. it's so FUN! :]


here are my finished projects (so far):

"penny cottontail" -- an easter gift for an elderly lady friend of mine. :] she LOVED her.


aurora, my "hippie kitty"


a little turtle


a panda (i made her with purple variations because the little girl i babysit for LOVES purple and it was a gift for her)

i just got ana's book "amigurumi world; seriously cute crochet" and i'm currently working on the "daddy monkey" for a friend's little boy. :] I LOVE THIS STUFF!


i also have a couple of questions, and i already explored craftster the best i could, but i can't find anything on it.. what kinds of "free patterns" can you make items of and sell? such as lionbrand's free patterns, can you sell the completed item without it being illegal?
i couldn't find anything.. i'm confused what i could sell of my ami, as far as patterns being copyrighted and whatnot.. :/
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