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1  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Sir cuddlethulhu on: October 13, 2013 09:51:34 AM


Our adorable little eldritch is ready to take a brisk fall walk, decked out with his jaunty tophat, his crochet cane, and mood lighting.
Just in time for Halloween!

One of my simpler little amigurumi, Cuddlethulhu stands about 6" tall. I really am fond of teardrop-style bodies for some of the litlte guys, though I need to invest in some beanie-baby type filling to help them stand a bit better
2  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Knight's favor on: September 26, 2012 03:58:51 PM
So, for an anniversary gift for my boyfriend, I wanted to make him a lady's favor, an embroidered handkerchief like historically quasi-accurate dames would give to dashing knights.

I haven't done much embroidery as is, during more work in crochet and counted cross-stitch, but I do have enough experience to at least want to attempt this.

I wanted to know, though, how to work the back, since it wouldn't be hidden in the hoops or frames I'm more familiar with. Does anyone have experience with this, or has attempted a similar project and could give me advice of any nature?
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