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1  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Latest micro project on: May 20, 2013 05:48:52 PM

The picture is a little fuzzy, but it's the best I could get with my son's cell phone.  It's displayed on a penny.  Thanks for checking it out.
2  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Zombie Hello Kitty (pattern included) on: May 07, 2013 02:58:43 PM

Head
1. ch15
2. sc13, 3sc in next chain, sc12, 2sc in each of next 2 stitches
3. sc12, 2sc in each of nex 3sc, sc13, 2 in each of next 3sc
4. sc around ( 38 )
5. sc4, inc around until 42 stitches then sc3 ( 45 )
6-11. sc around ( 45 )
12. sc7 dec around ( 40 )
13. sc around ( 40 )
14. sc14, dec x3, sc14 dec x3 ( 34 )
15.sc13, dec, dec, sc13, dec, dec ( 30 )
16. sc11, ch 2, skip 4 stitches and attach chain to 5th, sc11, dec dec ( 26 )
f/o leave long tail to sew top of head closed

Skull plate
in gray or white
5 in m/c ( 5 )
inc around ( 10 )

sew into the open hole we made earlier, let it bulge out a bit
sew head closed now

body
1. 6 in m/c
2. inc around ( 12 )
3. sc, inc around ( 18 )
4. sc, sc, inc around (24)
5. sc, sc, sc, inc around ( 30 )
6. sc, sc, sc, sc, inc around (36 )
7-11. sc around ( 36 )
12. sc, sc, sc, sc, dec around ( 30 )
13. sc around ( 30 )
14. sc, sc, sc, dec around ( 24 )
15. sc around ( 24 )
16. sc, sc, dec around ( 18 )
17. sc around ( 18 )
f/o sew to head

Legs
1. 6 in m/c
2. inc around ( 12 )
3. sc, inc around ( 18 )
4-6. sc around ( 18 )
7. sc, dec around ( 12 )
8-10. sc around ( 12 )
 stuff sew to body (make two)

Arm
1. 6 in m/c
2. inc around ( 12 )
3-8. sc around ( 12 )

Bone Arm
1. in gray/white 6 in m/c
2. popcorn stitch, sc, sc, popcorn stitch, sc, sc ( 6 )
3-4. sc around ( 6 )
SWITCH TO GREEN
5. inc around ( 12 )
6. sc around ( 12 )
f/o sew to body

Ears
1. 4 in m/c
2. inc around ( 8 )
3. sc, sc, sc, inc, sc, sc, sc, inc ( 10 )
4. sc, sc, sc, sc, inc, sc, sc, sc, sc, inc ( 12 )
make 2, sew first to head, slip stitch other closed on bottom and sew only corner to edge of skull showing in head

Bow in red

ch 20 loop back to first chain
sc around 2 times
leave long tail for sewing, sew outside edges to center until puffed how you like

m/c5
inc around ( 10 )
sew this piece over the center of your bow you just made to make it prettier

sew bow to head just under the ear

I used black to french knot an eye and a cross for eyes. Then did the sewn mouth. Don't forget the whiskers, it isn't Hello Kitty without them.
Yellow for the nose and voila, she's done.
I didn't make any clothing because of laziness she lost her dress while eating some poor schmuck's brain.
3  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Mini Minion on: April 26, 2013 06:09:47 PM
Just watched Despicable Me with my 6 year old nephew.  Got me inspired to crochet, finished him during the movie. Bic lighter for scale.

4  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Dragon Quest/Warrior Slime (pattern included) on: April 24, 2013 05:12:59 PM

I've made tons of these guys over the last year, finally decided to write out a pattern to share.

sc 6 in mc (6)
sc inc around (12)
sc, sc inc around (18)
sc, sc, sc inc around (24)
sc x3, sc inc around (30)
sc x4, sc inc around (36)
sc x5, sc inc around (42)
sc x6, sc inc around (48)
sc x7, sc inc around (54)
sc x8, sc inc around (60)
sc around (60)
sc around (60)
sc around (60)
sc around (60)
sc around (60)
sc x8, sc dec around (54)
sc around (54)
sc x7, sc dec around (48)
sc x6, sc dec around (42)
sc around (42)
sc x5, sc dec around (36)
sc x4, sc dec around (30)
sc around (30)
sc x3, sc dec around (24)
This is where I started stuffing and keep stuffing till the end.
sc, sc, sc dec around (18)
sc, sc dec around (12)
sc, sc dec around (8 )
sc around (8 )
sc around (8 )
sc around (8 )
sc around (8 )
dec down to tip and finish off

Cut felt for eyes and mouth and sew on.
5  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Baby tophat for a future Steelers fan on: March 17, 2013 04:28:59 PM

A top hat I made for my new nephew.  He's destined to be a Steelers fan (if his dad has anything to say about it.
6  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / A 20 minute spring duck (pattern included) on: March 17, 2013 06:31:07 AM


Body

ch5
sc in second ch from end, 2 sc, 3 sc in last ch working around edge so you end up on other side
2 sc, 2sc in each stitch x3
2 sc, 2 in each stitch x3
4 sc, 2 in each x2
6 sc, 2 in each x3
6 sc, 2 in 1, sc, 2 in 1
23 sc
23 sc
23 sc
7 sc, dec x 3, 7 sc, dec x 2
sl st top closed until 5 stitches open
sc in each of open 5
sc 3, dec.  finish off

head
6 in m/c
2 in each around
12sc
12sc
12sc
dec around. leave long tail for sewing and sew to body

beak
4 in m/c
2 in 1, sc, 2 in 1, sc
6 sc, leave tail for sewing.  flatten and sew to front of head

2 french knot eyes and voila.  Done.
7  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Moogle (Final Fantasy 6) afghan on: February 27, 2013 07:37:58 AM

My first (and probably last) afghan project. Took 3 weeks to complete crocheting off and on.  Colored squares whip stitched together.  4 feet by 5 1/2 feet.
8  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Yoda on: January 31, 2013 08:00:26 AM
Yoda with magnetic hands and lightsaber.  Can't really tell in the picture but he has wispy white hair too.
9  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Adventure Time Snail on: January 09, 2013 08:14:09 AM


Stash limits on color made his arms different colors than his body.  Had a similar problem with his shell, that's why it's so small. All in all though I think he's cute.  I'll post the pattern for him as soon as I can fix the shell thing and translate all the hard to understand parts into words and/or take some pictures to help explain those steps.
10  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Gunter the penguin (Adventure Time) (pattern included) on: January 04, 2013 10:17:16 AM

I really need to invest in a camera, my webcam doesn't capture his full evil awesomeness.  Cry



body (black)
1. 6 sc in magic circle (6)
2. sc inc around (12)
3. <sc, sc inc> around (18 )
4. <sc, sc, sc inc> around (24)
5. <sc, sc, sc, sc inc> around (30)
6. <sc, sc, sc, sc, sc inc> around (36)
7. <sc, sc, sc, sc, sc, sc inc> around (42)
8. <sc, sc, sc, sc, sc, sc, sc inc> around (48 )
9-26 sc around (48 )
27. back loops only <sc, sc, sc, sc, sc, sc, sc dec> around (42)
28. both loops again <sc, sc, sc, sc, sc, sc dec> around (36)
29. <sc, sc, sc, sc, sc dec> around <30>
30. <sc, sc, sc, sc dec> around (24)
stuff
31. <sc, sc, sc dec> around (18 )
32. <sc, sc dec> around (12)
33. <sc dec> around (6)
f/o

face/belly (white)

1. ch 15
2. sc second from hook, sc 12, 3 sc in last stitch
working the other side of chain.  sc 13, ch 1, turn
3. sc 13, inc 3x, sc 13, ch 1, turn
4. sc 14, inc 4x, sc 14, ch 1, turn
5. sc 14, inc, sc, inc, sc, inc, sc, inc, sc 14, ch1, turn
6. sc 15, inc, sc 2, inc, sc 2, inc, sc 2, inc, sc 15, ch 1, turn
7. sc 16, inc, sc 3, inc, sc 3, inc, sc 3, inc, sc 16
f/o leave long tail for  sewing

beak (gold)

1. 3 sc in magic circle (3)
2. inc, sc 2 (4)
3. inc, sc 3 (5)
4-6 sc around (5)
7. inc, sc 4 (6)
8-9 sc around (6)
f/o leave tail for sewing, stuff

wings (black) (make 2)

long tail at beginning to sew with
1. 6 sc in magic circle (6)
2. inc around (12)
3. <inc, sc> around (18 )
4. <inc, sc, sc> around (24)
5. dec, 22 sc (23)
6. dec, 21 sc (22)
7. dec, 20 sc (21)
8. dec, 19 sc (20)
9. dec, dec, 16 sc (18 )
10. dec, 15 sc (16)
11. dec, 14 sc (15)
12. dec, dec, 12 sc (14)
13. dec, dec, 10 sc (12)
14. dec, dec, 6 sc (8 )
15. dec 4x (4)
f/o Not stuffed

He turned out a little chunky, if it bothers you then stop increasing the body at 42 stitches and add two more rounds to the single crochet around part to keep the height but lessen his width.

I know the wings aren't full rounds toward the end.  I tried to keep them as even as I could while getting the right turn to them.


Once again, I'm new to writing patterns that anyone other than me can understand so if there are any problems let me know and I'll clarify.
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