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1  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / New crocheter, but here are some completed works on: March 11, 2012 07:41:00 AM
I've only been doing this crochet thing for a little more than 2 months, but I pick up fast.  I'm working on patterns and themed things now.  Everything I post up here was done with no patterns, just winging it.  I hope you guys like them!

Captain America




I couldn't decide to put wings on it or not, but I might redo the whole design later in a earflap type design.


Gir from Invader Zim



First themed hat I've made.  I learned from this how to make bigger and better earflaps and tassels.


And these next two, I did completely freehand, but I thank BunnieBard for making me want to be as accurate as possible, for I too am somewhat nerdy AND a HUGE Mega Man fanatic.


Classic Mega Man



This took a week and a half to figure out how to do right.  As BunnieBard's, I figured out the raised light blue parts, the concave ear things (there is red indented inside them).  Here's a pic of that too.




And then Proto Man (my favorite Mega Man character)



After doing the Mega Man helmet, this one seemed retardedly easy.  The center white part gave me a few hours of trouble, making it pointed and making it long enough were hard.  But trial and error finally made it work.

Again, shoutouts to BunnieBard.  Wouldn't have known of this site without seeing her works.

Hope you all Enjoy!
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