I made myself a quick pair of barefoot sandals last night, and I really like how they turned out. This was my first time trying to make anything like this, but I have been seeing a lot of them lately,so I wanted to try my hand at it. I also really like how the black ones look with a cute pair of heels. The pattern is available on my site here http://hookinmouthcrochet.weebly.com/3/post/2012/06/flower-barefoot-sandals.html. Check it out! Thanks guys!
I have been meaning to make this hat for a while now. My fiance's cousin requested a panda hat back in around May, and I just now got around to it. I wanted to do the pink cheeks, because I saw something similar on an anime-ish non crocheted hat I found on google and loved the idea. All of the hat is crocheted with the exception of the whites of the eyes, which are felt. I used Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in Black, Off-White, and Pretty N Pink. I hope you guys like it!
This is a blanket I made for my cousin. He just recently had his first child and I wanted to make him something cute and not entirely traditional. I used Caron Simply Soft yarn, that is pretty much what I always use for baby blankets just because of how soft it is and the color selection. I love how it turned out and I hope you guys do too!
I made this 3-6 month sized monkey earflap hat for my cousin who is expecting a baby soon. Although, I've made lots of different character hats before, I had never made a monkey. This was also my first time using Caron Simply Soft yarn, which is my favorite for baby items. I used the Caron Simply Soft in bone and Chocolate. The picture of just the hat made it look a little floppy, so I decided to use my fiance's skull for a better fit. I think it gives it a little bit of an edge anyway. I normally have my daughter model the hats, but since this one was so small, I didn't want to stretch it out.
This is a custom ordered Bobble Stitch Blanket with Ruffled Edges. I have made on like it before, but got a special request to do a carseat sized one instead of a full crib sized on. I used Caron Simply Soft Yarn in Strawberry and Grey Heather. It is composed of double crochets, bobble stitches, and some close together shells for the edging to create the ruffles. Below is a straight shot of it.
This is a replica of a knitted bunny I made. Obviously, the stitching is very different,and mine has a lot more stuffing, but I would like to think that the original probably had more stuffing at one time as well. The legs are a little different, but I had a hard time figuring out exactly how to go about doing them, as I normally make my legs separately and sew them on with my amis. The one on the left is my replica, and the one on the right is the original. Sorry, the original image is so small, I was having trouble getting into my gmail account, so I had to get the picture off of my phone. The bottom picture is just a close image of the face that I took while I was still in the process of making it.
This circuit board scarf was made by request for a friend of mine. The whole thing is made with Red Heart Super Saver and felt. I would love to make a pattern for this scarf, but really, the whole thing is double crochets with the yellow yarn weaved in and felt sewn on. I hope you guys enjoy!
I made this Homer Simpson ami as a special request from one of my friends. It is done in Red Heart Super Saver and the eyes and Duff beer can logo are done in felt. For the logo I wrote on the felt with a sharpie. I was going to do him clothed, but I couldn't seem to find a suitable color for the pants. I thought it was more fitting he be in his underwear anyways.
Just finished up this Saw Billy for a friend. Billy is the little puppet that rides into the rooms or appears on screen on a tricycle and gives people messages from Jigsaw in the Saw movies. I put him on my daughter's tricycle just because I thought it would be funny. I didn't really have anything similar to the ones he rides in the movies. I hope you guys enjoy!