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1  Knitted Nibbler in Knitting: Completed Projects by faded_dress on: January 26, 2010 02:30:55 PM
Here he is in all his glory, Nibbler!


You might be wondering why he is on the toilet. Well, if you flip him upside down...


He keeps your toilet paper safe. I can't take credit for the pattern, but here is a link to it (really easy to follow, knit up pretty quickly too!) So a huge thanks to Elizabeth Jarvis for making and posting the pattern on ravelry.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/nibbler-guardian-of-the-bum-fodder


My only mistake was showing my friends. Now everyone wants one! I'm actually working on another one right now. Smiley
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2  My newest addiction (perler beads) in Beads: Completed Projects by faded_dress on: December 17, 2009 04:28:26 AM
After stumbling across a few perler bead projects here, I decided to give it a try myself. Its addicting! I decided to make some magnets for my friends for Christmas.

My favorite, from Yoshi's island. I had a hard time giving him away... I wanted to keep him! I used clear beads to make sure his tail and hair wouldn't get broken.


One of my first projects.


Pokemon Gym Badges


Dory and Nemo (not too happy with how Nemo turned out...)


Better shot of Dory Smiley


Final Fantasy dudes


Gir in his dog suit


Mudkip. (Not sure why this picture is yellowish? Weird lighting!)


Thanks for looking!
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3  Yip yip yip yip uh huh uh huh (Yip Yip aliens) in Halloween Costumes by faded_dress on: November 01, 2009 12:59:04 PM
This is my first entry, I hope I do this right! I found the idea for this while googling costumes, and it came up on instructables.com It was perfect for me and my boyfriend! I'm not much of a seamstress, so this was a big project for me. Ok, enough blabbing, onto pics!

One Halloween night, visitors from Mars arrived at my door....


Confused by their surroundings, they checked their Earth Book.


"Book book book book... Ooooh, Halloween."


They seemed very interested in my dog. "Dog? Woof! Woof!"


This was my picture inspiration:


Replicating the picture...


Eating chips...


And here's a video of my boyfriend eating the chips so you can see the mouth movement of the costume.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ap1fwNsecy8

Thanks for looking! Any questions or comments are more then welcomed Cheesy
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4  Kids Carnival games (img heavy and sorta tut) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by faded_dress on: June 16, 2009 05:47:18 PM
I work for my local SPCA, and we have an annual fundraiser in the park. This year, we decided to add on a kids carnival. I jumped at the chance to help out with this. Boy was I in over my head. I had to think up games, design and make them. Here's what I came up with. (PS: Mods, I think this is where it goes! Sorry if it isn't!)

Take one board (and an eager to help doggie)


Have your wonderful dad cut out a circle


Paint a target pattern


Re-paint the target and touch it up. Then I took some dirt and split peas, put them in a poop bag and voila! You have the poop bag toss game.


2nd game was Find the Golden bone...


My coworker's dad is a genius and came up with this. They even stacked for easy travel!


Painted some milkbones (I forgot to take a picture of the golden one... it was full of sparkles.)


Finished!


3rd game was collar toss.


Painted, added some hooks and voila!


This happened the night before when I was testing it out... But luckily, it was fixed by nailing another piece of wood to the back.


And my favorite, Bean bag toss....
Faces drawn on by a friend


Cut out the mouths


Painted and added foam teeth to the rabbit and a felt tongue for the dog...


Made the bean bags out of felt and filled with split peas.

Bones for the dogs.


Cats get  the fish.


Rabbit gets the carrots.


Side view with the paw prints (all the games had this on the legs)


And a shout out to my little helper, Lola.


Thanks for looking!
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5  He was made for loving you. in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by faded_dress on: May 17, 2009 11:34:21 AM
My boyfriend is a huge KISS fan, and after making my first Mr Dangly, he hinted I should make something for him. So, I made a Paul Stanley inspired Dangly. He loved it! I still have to make him chest hair, however (the toy, not my boyfriend...)



You can see his star over the eye better in this picture...




And for the original Mr Dangly (not my pattern!) please click here
http://electricbiscuitonline.blogspot.com/2005/06/clone-mr-dangly.html
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6  My first non square knit. in Knitting: Completed Projects by faded_dress on: February 17, 2009 06:31:13 PM
I only have learned how to increase this last month... and when I saw a pattern on here for Mr Dangly, I really wanted to try it! Its my first toy as well as non square or rectangle knit. She said her name is Vespa...





She is being shy at the moment, but I am sure that will not last Wink
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