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1  Saitima and Star Butterfly in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by milliemouse579 on: February 23, 2016 10:09:09 AM
Yet another doll pattern I've been testing out. Saitima is a gift for a friend and was just for fun, I love her outfit!



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2  Studio Ghibli/Disney Inspired in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by milliemouse579 on: January 15, 2016 11:05:32 AM
Lately I've rewatched some of my old favorite animated movies. Of those were Howl's Moving Castle, Kiki's Delivery Service, Spirited Away, and Alice in Wonderland. As tributes to how much I LOVE these movies I made them as little chibi characters with their favorite companion Smiley


For Alice I debated over making the Cheshire Cat or the White Rabbit, but I feel that the Rabbit is really what bought her to Wonderland in the first place. Working on Princess Mononoke next, with an idea to do Ponyo too. I'm just not sure who exactly Ponyo's sidekick would be ?_?



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3  Ariel and Doll Base in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by milliemouse579 on: September 21, 2015 02:21:21 PM




My sister wanted me to make her flower girl a gift. Since her favorite character was Ariel, I decided to make her a doll. Smiley
My BIGGEST COMPLAINT as a child was that Ariel dolls were either her as human only or mermaid. So I really wanted this doll to give her the ability to be both. I'm so frustrated that I forgot to make her blue bow for the "Kiss the Girl" blue dress, that's my favorite outfit of hers!


The new thing I did with this doll is that her head can turn left and right, as well as her arms up and down. Also the first time I tried sewing bangs onto the head. I think I sewed them wayyyy too far to the side, but I've been practicing.

After a little tweaking (like attempting to make her head a bit smaller) I've made it a base for some other dolls:


As always, thanks for reading my post  Smiley Wink Cheesy
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4  Blue Bear's Bakery in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by milliemouse579 on: June 29, 2015 01:12:48 PM

One of my little bears just celebrated the grand opening of his bakery!
Creating this pattern has taught me a lot about being patient and how much of a perfectionist I can be while creating things from scratch.





The hardest bit, surprisingly had to be the strawberry cake, I kept making it too big to fit into the oven! All around super pleased with the way everything turned out  Smiley Cheesy Grin 

Next is a picnic set for a trio of tiny bunnies!
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5  Tiny Trio in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by milliemouse579 on: June 08, 2015 06:44:37 PM

Hello~
Been making some teeny patterns lately, and cranked out these little bears. I have yet to name them, or even give them a theme (terrible at this stuff!) but they are addicting and very quick to make.





That's what I got so far, next up is making them little costumes, I'm thinking of making them little bakers? WHo knows!  Cheesy
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6  Crocodile Stitch Cape in Crochet: Completed Projects by milliemouse579 on: April 10, 2015 03:03:59 PM
Last Halloween I was determined to have a costume on a strict budget. I ended up being Little Red Riding Hood, and making this gorgeous cape in less than 2 weeks!



The pattern was purchased from https://www.etsy.com/listing/110547012/crochet-pattern-crocodile-stitch-hooded
While I love the cape, I did use a yarn that was heavier (and regrettably cheaper) than what the pattern originally called for. As a result, my cape came out shorter, and not as flowy as the pattern shows. In the future, I would certainly put the time (and money!) to buy some superb yarn to make an even more stunning cape. <3



 
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7  Poke'Beans in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by milliemouse579 on: April 10, 2015 02:34:54 PM
Some tiny little Poke'Beans I made a little while ago Smiley
I have to say they are inspired by Disney's Tsum Tsum line. They are simple, fun, and fit in your hand perfectly!
I hope to make more. I started with the first gen starters, and Pikachu because who doesn't like the little electric mouse?
Curious to see how I'd handle the more elaborate characters....these four will do for now though. Enjoy!




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8  Crochet Mini Top Hats Pattern in Crochet: Completed Projects by milliemouse579 on: April 23, 2014 06:04:04 PM

Whenever I think of top hats I think of whimsical, fun, and quirky characters, they just look so fun! I decided to make a few of my own. The tall version (called Black Cherry) was inspired by a red and black dress I have. The strawberry short cake version is a little shorter. Either or, the size is perfect for anyone of any age to wear Smiley

Needed: 4.5 mm hook, 3.0 mm hook, Size 4 yarn (recommended: Red Heart & Caron Simply Soft), accessories  like buttons/ribbon/lace/feathers/beads. Optional: Head band, hair clips

Abbreviations:
Sc – Single stitch
Sl st – Slip stitch
Dc – Double crochet
2tog – Decrease stitch
Ch – Chain

Black Cherry Tall Hat

Hat: Start with 4.5 mm Hook & Red Heart Yarn

Round 1: Magic Ring 6. Sl st and ch.  (6)
Rnd 2: 2sc in each stitch. Sl st. (12)
Rnd 3: Sc, 2sc in next st. Sl st. (18)
Rnd 4: Sc 2, 2sc in next st. Sl st. (24)
Rnd 5: Sc 3, 2sc in next st. Sl st. (30)
Rnd 6: Sc 4, 2sc in next st. Sl st. (36)
Rnd 7: Back Loop 36. Sl st.
Rnd 8: Sc 36. Sl st.
Rnd 9: Sc 10, 2tog. Sl st. (33)
Rnd 10: Sc 33. Sl st.
Rnd 11: Sc  9, 2tog. Sl st. (30)
Rnd 12: Sc 30. Sl st.
Rnd 13: Sc 8, 2tog. Sl st. (27)
Rnd 14: Sc 27. Sl st.
Rnd 15: Sc 7, 2tog. Sl st. (24)
Rnd 16: Sc 24. Sl st.
Rnd 17: Sc 6, 2tog. Sl st. (21)
Rnd 18: Sc 21. Sl st.
Rnd 19: Front Loop 21. Sl st.
Rnd 20: Dc 3, 2dc. Sl st. (26)
Rnd 21: Sc 5, 2sc. Sl st. (29)
Rnd 22: Dc 4, 2dc. Sl st. (36)

Cherry: 3.0 mm hook, Caron Simply Soft Yarn

Rnd 1: Magic Ring 3. Sl st and ch.
Rnd 2: 2sc in each st. Sl st and ch. (6)
Rnd 3: Sc, 2sc in next st. Sl st and ch (9)
Rnd 4: 2tog until close. Stuff and sew shut.

Flower: 3.0 mm hook, Caron Simply Soft Yarn

Rnd 1: Magic Ring 5. Sl st and ch.
Rnd 2: Ch 3, sl st in next st. Repeat around.
Rnd 3: 3dc on the ch 3 from the previous round. Sl st end.


Strawberry Short Cake (aka Short Version)

Hat: Start with 4.5 mm hook & Red Heart Yarn. Start with Cake Color (yellow)

Round 1: Magic Ring 6. Sl st.  (6)
Rnd 2: 2sc in each stitch. Sl st. (12)
Rnd 3: Sc, 2sc in next st. Sl st. (18)
Rnd 4: Sc 2, 2sc in next st. Sl st. (24)
Rnd 5: Sc 3, 2sc in next st. Sl st. (30)
Rnd 6: Sc 4, 2sc in next st. Sl st. (36)
Rnd 7: Back Loop 36. Sl st.
Rnd 8-9: Sc 36. Sl st.
Change to Frosting (white)
Rnd 10: Sc 36. Sl st.
Change back to Cake Color
Rnd 11-13: Sc 36. Sl st.
Change to Pink or other color (I think of it as the “plate” that the short cake is sitting on heehee)
Rnd 14: Front Loop 36
Rnd 15: Dc 4, 2dc

Whipped Cream: 3.0 mm hook & Simply Soft yarn (x2)

Rnd 1: Magic Ring 4. Sl st and ch.
Rnd 2: Sc, 2sc in next st. Sl st and ch (6)
Rnd 3: 2dc, sc in next st.
Make a second one and sew the two together to complete.

Strawberry: 3.0 mm hook & Simply Soft yarn

Rnd 1: Magic Ring 2. Sl st and ch.
Rnd 2: 2sc in each st. sl st and ch. (Cool
Rnd 3: Sc 2, 2sc in next st. Sl st and ch. (10)
Rnd 4: Sc 2, 2tog. Sl st and ch (Cool
Rnd 5: 2tog until close.

Try adding them to a head band or hair clips, have fun! Smiley
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9  Built-in Bow (pattern) and other hats in Crochet: Completed Projects by milliemouse579 on: January 24, 2014 04:46:22 PM


I have a new found love of crochet hats! I'm starting to realize how easy it is to complete an outfit with a cute hat. Plus with this winter being so frigid, I feel I need a warm hat even indoors. The Built-in Bow hat was inspired by pictures I've seen online, and since I couldn't find a pattern for it (well, not an ADULT pattern, most pictures were of little girls wearing this hat...) I decided to whip up a pattern myself.

Materials: 5.00 mm Hook, Yarn needle, optional decorations, and any kind of size 4 yarn
St – Stitch
Dc – Double Crochet
Ch – Chain

Rnd 1: Dc 11 into a Magic Ring
Rnd 2: 2dc into each st (22)
Rnd 3: Dc, 2dc in next st (34)
Rnd 4: Dc 2, 2dc in next st (45)
Rnd 5: Dc 3, 2dc in next st (56)
Rnd 6: Dc 4, 2dc in next st (67)
Rnd 7-11: Dc 67
Rnd 12: Dc 12, Ch 12 (or desired length), Dc until end.
Rnd 13-16: Repeat Rnd 12

Finishing: From the middle stitch, sew together to create the built in bow. If wanted, add some bling-bling~


I've also made a couple of other hats from great free patterns online:


Their patterns can be found at my bloghttp://millieonherworld.wordpress.com/2014/01/21/built-in-bow-hat/

Smiley Enjoy!
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10  Another one down, Sailor Jupiter! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by milliemouse579 on: January 24, 2014 04:20:18 PM

I have to say, after Sailor Moon my favorite Sailor Scout is Sailor Jupiter! She was the tough one who took no nonsense and (in my opinion) had the best powers!



I used the same pattern for her as I did for Sailor Moon...which means she took a lot of work -_- But I really loved that I had a chance to make her second. Smiley I'm still trying to figure out how to make Tuxedo Mask. Eventually he should pop up here somewhere!


Yup yup. Thanks for checking her out Cheesy
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