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1  Re: Basic Beanie for Pullip doll (will also fit Blythe) in Crochet: Completed Projects by Effylicious on: October 09, 2006 09:18:55 AM

A simple crocheted beanie for a Pullip doll, using a sportweight yarn. This was a really quick project, one that's going to be easy to fancy up with appliques, ear flaps, pompons, all that sort of thing. This will also fit a Blythe doll - if you want a tighter fit on a Blythe, skip one or two rounds of increases.

I used:
Peace Fleece "DK" sportweight, olive roots
crochet hook C/2-2.75mm (next time I might go up a hook size and do one less round of increases)

Make a slip knot loop and sc 6 sts into the loop; tighten loop.
begin increases
1) 2 hdc into each st (12)
2) *1 hdc, inc 1* (18)
3) *2 hdc, inc 1* (24)
4) *3 hdc, inc 1* (30)
5) *4 hdc, inc 1* (36)
6) *5 hdc, inc 1* (42)
Stop increasing. Start checking the fit after row 10 to get the length you want.
7 - 13) hdc ea st

Ugh! You have a Rovam, don't you! I wanted her forEVER, but by the time I was able to get her, she was sold out. D:

Such a cute beanie, too! Someday I'll get a Pullip and make her this beanie ♥
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2  Re: dread tam in Crochet: Completed Projects by Effylicious on: March 27, 2006 12:05:16 PM
this is my first finished project... it only took me a day n a half...

thanks for looking <3

Woah woah woah. That is definitely Allie's tam.

That's pretty terrific! It looks awesome on her and she loves it a lot.
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3  Re: doggy clothing in Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects by Effylicious on: July 19, 2005 07:03:16 AM
I dont know if this is the right place but it is clothing so...  Smiley

i made my baby a purple corduroy trench coat

a scarf made from the same material

i also made her a pink polka dotted cap hat and im making her a black fake leather dress with a white ribbon, a red polka dot dress with white ribbon, a pink coat with a white fur trimmed hood.. and most likely more in the future.  i have no batteries for my camera at the moment but hopefully I'll get some soon and take pictures of the finished results! 

im obsessed with making her clothes!   Grin  anyone else make their dogs clothes?

Your dog has the same colouring of my new Chihuahua baby Cheech! So cute.
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