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31  Tiny Knitting Brooch in Knitting: Completed Projects by Giggles_Etsy on: January 15, 2010 02:06:13 PM
2 toothpicks + 2 beads + #10Crochet Thread + Pin Back + Glue =



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32  Heart Harf and Bag in Crochet: Completed Projects by Giggles_Etsy on: November 21, 2009 11:05:28 AM
A Harf is a hooded scarf






HEART HARF
I Hook and worsted weight yarn
Make 2 Sides
Ch 43
Row 1: dc in 2nd ch from hook, dc across (41dc), ch 2 turn
Row 2: dc across, ch 2 turn
Row 3:  dc 20, pc, dc 20, ch 2 turn
Row 4: dc 19, pc, dc, pc, dc 19, ch 2 turn
Row 5: dc 18, pc, dc 3, pc, dc 18, ch 2 turn
Row 6: dc 17, pc, dc 5, pc, dc 17, ch 2 turn
Row 7: dc 16, pc, dc 7, pc, dc 16, ch 2 turn
Row 8: dc 15, pc, dc 9, pc, dc 15, ch 2 turn
Row 9: dc 14, pc, dc 11, pc, dc 14, ch 2 turn
Row 10: dc 13, pc, dc 13, pc, dc 13, ch 2 turn
Row 11: dc 12, pc, dc 15, pc, dc 12, ch 2 turn
Row 12: dc 11, pc, dc 17, pc, dc 11, ch 2 turn
Row 13: dc 10, pc, dc 19, pc, dc 10, ch 2 turn
Row 14: dc 9, pc, dc 21, pc, dc 9, ch 2 turn
Row 15: dc 8, pc, dc 23, pc, dc 8, ch 2 turn
Row 16: dc 7, pc, dc 25, dc 7, ch 2 turn
Row 17: dc 7, pc, dc 25, pc, dc 7, ch 2 turn
Row 18: dc 7, pc, dc 25, pc, dc 7, ch 2 turn
Row 19: dc 7, pc, dc 12, pc, dc 12, pc, dc 7, ch 2 turn
Row 20: dc 7, pc, dc 11, dc, pc, dc 11, pc, dc 7, ch 2 turn
Row 21: dc 7, pc, dc 10, pc, dc 3, pc, dc 10, pc, dc7, ch 2 turn
Row 22: dc 8, pc, dc 8, pc, dc 5, pc, dc 8, pc, dc 8, ch 2 turn
Row 22: dc 9, pc, dc 6, pc, dc 7, pc, dc 6, pc, dc 9, ch 2 turn
Row 23: dc 10, pc, dc 4, pc, dc 9, pc, dc 4, pc, dc 10, ch 2 turn
Row 24: dc 11, pc 4, dc 11, pc 4, dc 11, ch 2 turn
Row 25: dc across
Row 26: dc across
Repeat Rows 3-26 3  times
Fasten off
Sew top and side about 12down to form hood
Weave in ends
For Bag make 2 sides of row 1 -26 and sew together. I added a sc handle.

Pc = popcorn
The standard popcorn stitch is worked as follows:
5 dc in next ch, drop lp from hook, insert hook in first st of 5-dc group, pick up dropped lp, draw through st, ch 1. Then you can pop the popcorn to the right or wrong side of the work as needed.

illustrated instructions from about.com
http://crochet.about.com/library/blpopcrn.htm?once=true&

video from hasdesign.com
http://www.hassdesign.com/CrochetStitchVideos/5-Double-Crochet-Popcorn/
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33  My Hubby Hat and Spiral Scarf in Crochet: Completed Projects by Giggles_Etsy on: July 11, 2009 08:39:20 AM
Someone sent me 4 balls of cool fuzzy yarn from Canada. So I asked my hubby what I should make with it. He said a hat with ear flaps ties and a pom pom on top. So that's what I made. Just a basic hat pattern that I found at lion brand for chunky yarn that I made longer to fit a more regular sized head added some ear flaps and crochet some ties and then added a pom pom. I had left overs so I made a spiral scarf to go with it.




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34  Long Long Long Ripple Scarf and a butterfly in Crochet: Completed Projects by Giggles_Etsy on: July 10, 2009 09:29:39 AM
8' 2" by 5 1/2"
yup that long
why?
I wanted to use all my leftover yarn





Butterfly is about 4" x 3"

Pattern For Butterfly:
Small Wing (make 2)
make a ring
6 sc in ring
2 sc in each sc around, ch1 turn
sc 11, ch1 turn
sl st in next 2 sc, 7sc, sl st in next 2 sc
fasten off
sc around with a fun contrasting color

Large Wing (make 2)
make a ring
6 sc in ring
2 sc in each sc around, ch1 turn
sc 4, inc, inc, sc4, ch1 turn
sc4, inc, inc, inc, inc, sc 4 ch 1 turn
sc across
fasten off
sc around with a fun contrasting color

Sew wings together

Body
ch 20 sc across fasten off leave 2 tails for antenna
attach to body and sew a pin pback to the back of butterfly

Ripple Scarf Pattern

worked in 15+4
sc dec over 3 = (hook in, yo, pullthrough, skip 1, hook in next, yo, pull through, yo, pull through all 3 loops)

ch 32
Row 1: sc in next ch, sc dec over 3 stitches, sc 5, 3sc in next ch, sc 5, sc dec over 3, sc 5, 3 sc in next ch, sc 5, sc dec over 3, sc in last ch, ch 1 turn
Row 2: sc in next sc, sc dec, sc 5, 3 sc in next, sc5, sc dec over3, sc 5, 3 sc in next, sc 5, sc dec, sc in last, ch 1 turn

repeat Row 2 until you feel like you are done and switch colors whenever you want.
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35  Piggy Plastic Bag Holder in Crochet: Completed Projects by Giggles_Etsy on: July 02, 2009 10:14:41 AM





I used some left over yarn I had and a g hook to make this bag holder. You stuff the bags in his mouth to feed him and when you need a bag you pull one from his booty.

Snout:
ch2
6 sc in 2nd ch from hook
2 sc in each around
sc in back loops only around
slip st in each sc around fasten off.
Add snout lines and stuff a bit

Legs (4)
ch 2
6 sc in 3nd ch from hook
{sc in next sc, inc} 3 times
3-5 sc around
fasten off stuff a bit

Ears(2)
ch 6
sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across ch1 turn
sc across ch 1 turn
dec, sc, dec ch1 turn
sc across, ch1 turn
draw up a loop in each of the 3 sc yarn over and draw through all 4 loops ch1 turn
sc fasten off


Tail
ch 6
2 sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across fasten off

Body

crochet a rectangle about 13" long by 6" wide
fasten off

sew long edges together to make a tube.
have some elastic or a hair tie and fold over edges and sew in place to mouth and booty
sewing edge will be on inside of pig

attach snout, ears, tail and legs to body
and you are done
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36  Circuit Board Photo Necklace in CHALLENGE 40 ENTRIES by Giggles_Etsy on: July 02, 2009 10:02:26 AM

I had this really crappy fm radio player from the 99 cent store


I took it apart


I decided to use the board and battery cover
of course I broke the board getting all the doo-dads off so I filed it to make a smooth edge


I attached the battery cover that looked heart shaped to me to the board where the volume dial was with a screw and used paint to write love on it


I used the headphones to make the necklace part.


I made it an adjustable necklace



I found my fav pic of me and the hubs and shrunk it dow and printed it out and glued it on

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37  Ninja Fish in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Giggles_Etsy on: June 24, 2009 04:37:06 PM
I asked some friends what I should do with my left over yarn and one said make a ninja fish. So here he is. I used this pattern for the fish http://apocalypseknits.blogspot.com/2009/02/fredde-fish-pattern.html but jazzed it up wioth different eyes and lips and of course ninja mask and throwing star





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38  Cupcakes in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Giggles_Etsy on: June 23, 2009 04:14:29 PM
I decided I had to use up my brown yarn so I found a pattern for cupcakes to make chocolate cupcakes.
http://bittersweetblog.wordpress.com/2007/08/14/bake-me-a-cake/
I did the last row of frosting a but different that's all I changed and I used 4 different sized hooks to make 4 different sized cupcakes



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39  Re: Mustard color knit bag in Knitting: Completed Projects by Giggles_Etsy on: June 23, 2009 04:08:20 PM
I made this bag in Black also with different handles
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40  Cardboard Box in Crochet: Completed Projects by Giggles_Etsy on: June 19, 2009 03:03:08 PM
More left over yarn equals more sillyness

A Cardboard box






To make I crochet some squares and rectangles
4 4" x4" squares
8 4" x 2" rectangles
I sewd them all together and folded the bottom like you would a cardboard box bottom and stitched it in place. THen I added a ch closure to 2 top sides and 2 buttons to keep the box closed
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