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1  cute little yellow bear!! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by bluefiesta on: February 05, 2006 06:26:41 PM


I finally finished this teddy bear that I started a year and a half ago! yay me Grin
well, problem is that when I started on this guy, I didn't know how to crochet 3-D stuff... this is my first "real" crochet project, and I learned a lot from it Smiley
so, as you can see, the body, left arm and the head are done like a good old scarf.
but I don't care since it came out nice all the same! hehe

a more photoshoped version:



what do you think?
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2  blue and gold zodiac sign - sagittarius in Needlework: Completed Projects by bluefiesta on: July 25, 2005 08:48:24 PM
so I was born in December 1st, and I love my sagittarius sign!
I found a beautiful, almost Persian-looking(or not...-_-;) zodiac pattern set like 2 years ago.
that's how old this piece is actually, but I only just recently got it framed Grin



aren't the colors just gorgeous? all 12 zodiac signs can be connected(3 x 4) to form this:



if anyone wants the patterns, please email me to: hyuni8812@yahoo.com
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3  Disney charm bracelet.. in Beads: Completed Projects by bluefiesta on: March 18, 2005 11:34:28 PM
I went to Disneyland as a school marching band trip, and didn't know what to get my nieces as souvenir... so I bought some charms to make a bracelet once I get home.


the 8-year-old's name is Hanbi, and her sister is Hanhi... but the 2 bracelets are exactly the same except for an alphabet.



me wearing it(it hardlt fits me!) Grin the Nemo charm serves as a backstop. the red strap was something I bought in Korea a long time ago.

a bit too simple, but those charms were expensive!! so... what do you think?
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4  Re: Necklace with beads and pendant.. in Beads: Completed Projects by bluefiesta on: March 18, 2005 10:55:55 PM
thanx a bunch for all the detailed comments! *blushes* I was going sulky since nobody was commenting for the first few weaks or so Sad anyways, the "professionally displayed" look is just a trick of camera angle and lighting, and the pendant can be purchased in Walmart or Michael's.

thought I'd add a pic of me wearing it..hehe
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5  Necklace with beads and pendant.. in Beads: Completed Projects by bluefiesta on: March 03, 2005 09:38:28 PM
Well, here's a necklace I made about 3 months ago... it was actually my first "real" craft project:)
I got some wooden beads(3 different colors came in a package), "leather" strap, and a pendant from Michael's. Oh, also some pins, jump rings, and other basic stuff like that. And in less than 30 minutes, this came up!





I just tied some knots to make the beads stay in place(obviously, not the best method), but it works fine for me Smiley
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