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1  Ziggs, the Hexplosives Expert in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by popsdemilk on: June 20, 2014 07:53:37 AM
My husband is a big League of Legends fan and his favourite champion is Ziggs. It's only natural that he'd ask me to make a crochet version of Ziggs. What do you think? Are there any LOL fans out there? Pattern available.

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2  Death Star Cushion/Pillow in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by popsdemilk on: May 06, 2014 08:41:05 AM
For Star Wars (at the request of my husband) I made this Death Star sofa pillow:

I used a crochet sphere calculator to get the ideal sphere pattern and then added some surface stitches for details.


Free pattern on my blog: http://www.popsdemilk.com/thats-no-moon/
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3  Mini No-Face in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by popsdemilk on: May 01, 2014 07:39:37 AM
This little No-Face came about because I couldn't seem to get Spirited Away out of my head. I love that movie and all the characters in it. This little amigurumi was super easy to make as it's just a small pill shape - start with 6sc in ring and inc to 12 sts, then work even for a couple of rows before dec and it's done!



http://www.popsdemilk.com/mini-no-face-spirited-away/
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4  Secret Turtle Box in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by popsdemilk on: May 01, 2014 07:36:56 AM
I have a thing for turtles (I even have a small tattoo on my back) and I wonder now why it took me this long to crochet a turtle. Initially I wanted to make a stuffed turtle amigurumi but in the end I made a small "box" where I can hide small things like jewellery  Cheesy

 

More pics (and the pattern) on my blog: http://www.popsdemilk.com/secret-turtle-box/
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5  Zombie Amigurumi Pattern Link in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by popsdemilk on: April 21, 2014 02:20:13 PM
The other day I had a dream about zombies. I wasn't actually scared, I think it was more of a strange fascination, like I knew I could out run them and survive. I'm not sure why it took me this long to crochet a zombie but I'm glad I finally did. Pattern is available on my blog: http://www.popsdemilk.com/zombie-pattern/


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6  Crochet Easter Eggs in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by popsdemilk on: April 08, 2014 07:13:56 AM
Just in time for Easter I've made a few crochet eggs to decorate my apt. I'll probably be making more with different designs.



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7  Jareth the Goblin King in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by popsdemilk on: March 24, 2014 07:06:29 AM
I finally did it. After years of wanting to crochet a Jareth amigurumi I've finally gone and done it.



When I first got interested in amigurumi, Jareth was one character I really wanted to make but I didn't feel confident enough coming up with a design or pattern. But ever since I took the plunge and started creating patterns I decided it was time to put my skills to use. The wait was worth it.

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8  Dave the Minion and Cupcake in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by popsdemilk on: March 12, 2014 08:09:01 AM
I'm so excited to share my most recent finished project: Dave the Minion and his cupcake! I'd been wanting to crochet a minion for some time and I chose to make Dave because he bakes (I found a pic of him holding a cupcake, which is what I used to design the cupcake pattern). His body was easy to figure out because it's a pill shape so you crochet until you have the desired number of stitches and then you work even until it's the right length before you decrease to close. It was really fun to make, except for the fingers...I don't know if I'll ever "enjoy" making amigurumi hands/fingers. I absolutely love the way he turned out and I think he's now my favourite creation Cheesy





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9  Pixel Mario Blanket in Crochet: Completed Projects by popsdemilk on: February 27, 2014 06:27:23 AM
Hello! I thought I'd share this blanket I made a while back. It took me several months of crocheting squares using only single crochet stitches and later sewing the squares together. Many people have suggested I sell it (and they usually name a price that is way below what it's worth) but after the amount of work I put into it I'm not willing to part with it. Besides, it keeps me ever so warm in winter Smiley

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10  Little Aliens in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by popsdemilk on: February 24, 2014 06:30:55 AM
This pattern is from over a year ago and is my first documented pattern! I was so proud Smiley
At this point of my crocheting experience all I could do was make spheres so I played around with increases and decreases until I had a sort of peanut shape. I stitched on some buttons (this was before I was introduced to safety eyes) and voila! I had a funky looking alien creature.

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