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11  Edward the Bear in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by hooked on amicute on: December 20, 2011 01:51:34 AM
Edward enjoys picnics in the park, duck-gazing, and frolicking among fields of wildflowers. He's really just like you and me - just in bear form!





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i ♥ amicute
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12  Leopold the Snowman in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by hooked on amicute on: December 20, 2011 01:48:47 AM
Meet Leopold. He only likes to come out on cold, wintery days when you've got the seasonal affective disorder (S.A.D.) and you're caught looking longingly through the window of that ice cream shop. He's here to cheer you up!





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13  Totoro, To-to-ro! Crocheted scoodie and hand-stitched romper in Halloween Costumes by hooked on amicute on: November 01, 2011 12:01:33 AM
Thumbs up to Miyazaki Hayao for creating my favorite childhood character and story. My sister and I saw ourselves as Satsuki and little Mei, frolicking Totoro's woods in our big, Alaskan backyard in the middle of nowhere. Every dark, frigid, wintery morning we walked to our bus stop anticipating the cat bus to come running up with its big smile and warm, fuzzy seats and take us to school. Pretend dust bunnies occupied the dark corners of our house.

This is a tribute to Totoro. I crocheted a scoodie (scarf + hood) and attached ears and a big, green leaf on top. I crocheted pockets to resemble paws onto the ends of the scarf part complete with long, brown Totoro nails. my romper is one i purchased from American Apparel. I cut out the mouth and gray belly spots from jersey knit material and hand-stitched the teeth. I then hand-sewed the fuzzy belly and and the mouth onto the romper WHILE wearing it and WHILE looking into a mirror... because the romper had an elastic band around the waist and would scrunch up if I took it off. So it took a while... but it was definitely worth it. I had gray boots and my co-worker happened to have fur laying about so i just wrapped it around my boots and sewed up the sides. I love my Totoro costume and I hope it provides you with a bit of inspiration to create something that commemorates the feel-good, happy, fuzzy moments of your childhood, too.

Happy Halloween! Thank you for taking a look!! Wink

The costume idea came from: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=382454.0









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14  Skulls for my phalanges - new pic added in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by hooked on amicute on: October 11, 2011 02:00:34 AM
In honor of the month of October, I crocheted tiny skulls for my creepy fingers.



I didn't use a pattern - I looked at several crocheted skulls on Etsy and came up with my own version. The one on the first finger is my favorite and also the second one I created. The first one looks almost like a mask... Nevertheless, I love my growing army of skulls.
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15  Crocheted brass knuckles = instantaneous badassness in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by hooked on amicute on: August 08, 2011 11:49:08 PM
Reasons to get your own set of crocheted brass knuckles:

  • You will look badass
  • Initial intimidation transitions to immediate life of the party
  • You can sit on them and they won't hurt your bum
  • You can wear them out and not receive a felony for possession of a dangerous weapon
  • Face punching people will be more pleasant for both parties


Model: Erik Whitney





   
   
   
   
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16  Timmy the Broken Condom: A socially inappropriate newborn baby hat in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by hooked on amicute on: June 27, 2011 02:40:14 AM
Timmy was born in a factory like all the other typical condoms. He's generic brand without all the doodads and colors, but he's anything but bland! Timmy is playful and sweet, charming and adventurous.

Timmy's hobbies:

    climbing trees

    hollering at cute girls

    resting on baby heads

    and he LOVES surprises!


Timmy enjoying the sun on a tree branch. What a nice treat after climbing.


Peace out, homies. I'm taking a nap!





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17  Tamara the Toilet Paper Roll: Revamped in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by hooked on amicute on: May 07, 2011 10:59:07 PM
Remember Tamara? Well, she got a makeover and she's lovin' it.

Tamara's new hobbies:
whispering with birds
cloud gazing
visiting charming boutiques
dreaming about her crush, Harold the Poo








The original Tamara the Toilet Paper Roll and Harold the Poo


Toilet Paper and Poo: Old and New
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18  april fool's day revenge: hettie wants to keep her dignity this year in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by hooked on amicute on: March 31, 2011 11:41:01 PM
hettie's trying to keep her nice image for the new cute boy in the office. this year, she's determined not the be the butt of another cruel april fool's day prank. this year, she's gonna get them good.   


shopping list: sugar? check. salt? check. spoon to scoop the sugar and pour into the salt shaker with? check, check, check!


gotta get this done before everyone goes to lunch! oooooh, i'm so bad and i love it!


*blink* she's looking at you looking at her.


licking the leftover sugar off of the spoon... before swallowing it whole.


nonchalantly waiting for an office fool to stumble upon her prank.
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19  Subsistence Bear Stocks up for Winter in Alaska in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by hooked on amicute on: March 30, 2011 02:05:51 AM
Someone asked me if I knew how to crochet an Alaskan Kuskokwim style canoe. Uh, no. But I tried and I think the end result was a successful, cute ode to the traditional Alaskan lifestyle. The recipient shot her first black bear (I know, this must be horrifying to you animal lovers) a couple years ago so we thought it would be ... fitting... for lack of better word, to have a fluffy black bear scrounging for blueberries, cranberries and salmon before the harsh winter.





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20  MEAT: A Recurring Nightmare in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by hooked on amicute on: March 08, 2011 09:48:03 PM

The Vegan Voyeur: A Tofu in Disguise
He's watching you... not eat meat
 
About MEAT: A Recurring Nightmare
  
Lately, The Vegan Voyeur has been having very vivid and disturbing dreams about meat processing and packaging plants, the meat department in the supermarket and of sizzling steaks on the grill. He tosses and turns all night long, dragging himself into work half an hour late.  
 
He wonders: is this a sign that I should start eating meat?
 
inspiration sterility, Fast Food Nation, meat packing plants, steel, modernization
materials paper, cardboard, recycled household garbage, yarn, creativity













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