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1  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Tiger Cozie on: March 01, 2006 01:32:24 PM
i took some time away from crocheting cause my wrist was bothering me but a co-worker gave me money to make him a tiger shaped cozie for his camera and i felt bad for not having anything to give him yet.  So here it is finallly finished:

having troubles getting the picture to show.  here's a link instead:




the writing in the tummy is suposed to be arabic for tiger.  i don't really know how to cross stitch so i kinda just flubbed it but apparently it turned out okay, my friend really likes it.
2  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / The Cheat( cozie style) on: November 14, 2005 02:46:43 PM


My latest cell phone cozie.  I made him with Red Heart Kids worsted weight.  I made the body first by making 18 rows of 12 sc's across.  then i sc in the back loops to make the bottom, i did three more rows then sc in the back loops again( i think, it might have been the front loops).  Doing it this way meant i didn't have to make the front and back and bottom seperately and they are defined.  I made the sides by making 18 rows of 4 sc's across.  The face is hard to explain how i made cause i kinda just played around till it looked right but basically i add two extra stitches in the first row then slowly decreased till i got two the point where there were only 8 sc left.

I made the feet and arms seperately and then attched them to the sides.  i did all the spots by pseudo cross-stiching with black yarn.

I love the Kids yarn colours that Red Heart makes, they're awesome for cartoon character's
3  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Nintendo themed cozies on: September 27, 2005 03:37:53 PM



This is an i-pod cozie I made for my boyfriend.  I also made him a cozie for his DS with a 1 up mushroom on it:



* fixed the phot problem- thanks heather!

I'm new to crafters but have been making lots of fun stuff this summer so if you wanna check out the rest of my stuff i'll leave the link to my flickr set

http://www.flickr.com/photos/70763891@N00/sets/479251/

I'm currently working on making Invader Zim themed phone cozies for a local comic shop.  I've made a few GIR ones already as you can see:



4  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Party Planning / I don't want to grow up party on: September 27, 2005 02:11:47 PM
I just graduated from university and to celebrate I'm having a childhood themed party.  Everyone is bringing their favorite sugary cereal and I'm making loot bags for everyone.   I want to have craft corner and a colouring contest. 

Anyone have any suggestions for fun childhood crafts a bunch of 20 somethings would enjoy?  I was thinking of making fruit loop necklaces because of the cereal thing

I'm also gonna make a bunch of finger food, i was thinking celery sticks with peanut butter and raisins, that kind of thing.
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