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1  More Tawashi in Crochet: Completed Projects by squambo on: June 14, 2009 02:51:10 PM
Here are some more tawashi I've made recently:


linked tawashi

direct link to pdf file: http://www.gosyo.co.jp/img/acrobat/2728/37.pdf
http://www.rakuten.co.jp/gosyo/461397/713923/852208/855365/


Ohina tawashi
direct link to pdf file: http://www.hamanaka.co.jp/make/eco_tawashi/pdf/N592tx.pdf


Round swirly tawashi
Pattern: http://www.gosyo.co.jp/img/acrobat/2728/36.pdf


Scalloped tawashi
pattern: http://www.gosyo.co.jp/img/acrobat/9798/22.pdf


Gods-eye tawashi
pattern http://www.gosyo.co.jp/img/acrobat/9920/22-a.pdf


Hexagon washcloth (Technically not a tawashi since it's not Japanese)
pattern: http://rosemary.craftborg.com/2008/06/13/crochet-hexagon-dishcloth/


Eggs
direct link to pdf file: http://www.hamanaka.co.jp/make/eco_tawashi/pdf/MedamayakiEcoTawashi.pdf


Frilled mini tawashi
direct link to pdf http://www.gosyo.co.jp/img/acrobat/2728/40.pdf


Tube tawashi
pattern http://www.gosyo.co.jp/img/acrobat/amikomo3/28-1.pdf
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2  Violet Points Scarf from handspun in Crochet: Completed Projects by squambo on: June 14, 2009 02:18:14 PM
I spun this yarn from a bamboo batt from Loop at etsy, and crocheted it into a scarf using this pattern:
http://www.annettepetavy.com/pages/en/newsletter/200701.htm


The pattern is a lot of fun. I highly recommend it!
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3  Tawashi Mania in Crochet: Completed Projects by squambo on: June 14, 2009 02:11:27 PM
I've been bitten by the tawashi bug and can't stop. 




Patterns are in Japanese but have charts.
beetle http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/887
baby http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/883
carrot and octopus http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/644 (these are mitts)
chicken http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/635
lemon http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/881
orange http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/880
panda http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/886
bear http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/888

There are other patterns - all using the same basic shape:
basic shape: http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/zoom/5693
pig http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/885
berry http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/882
another chicken http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/878
strawberry http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/877
penguin http://konezumiya.ocnk.net/product/879

You could use your imagination and make lots of other objects using this shape! It's quick, fun and useful. Tawashi are great for washinig dishes, counters, dusting furniture....I like to use the cheap-o Red Heart acrylic because it cleans better than cotton and dries out faster.  You don't even need detergent or cleanser. Great for getting grease off your stove!

And with these cute shapes, your kids will enjoy helping.....well maybe !
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4  Re: Crocheted Mini Cthulhu - New, help? in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by squambo on: June 14, 2009 12:11:11 PM
Here is one I made:





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5  Fantail Stitch scarf in Crochet: Completed Projects by squambo on: February 13, 2009 10:49:03 PM
This scarf is made from my handspun yarn from 7 baby cakes from Loop on etsy. I dont recall the yardage I got. The scarf is on the small side. But its really pretty and sparkly! Its just your basic shell stitch alternated with a row of chains and SCs and HDCs. The stitch is called Fantail Stitch from the Harmony Guides - 300 Crochet Stitches (Vol. 6 of the Harmony Guides)

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6  Super coils with Cotswold Locks in Spinning: Completed Projects by squambo on: December 29, 2008 06:22:29 PM
I call it "Autumn Longing." Only 6 yards but lots of fun!



Made from one of my own drum carded batts, with hand dyed Cotswold locks tail spun in with the coils.  Alpaca, merino and angora
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7  Sparkly Scarf in Crochet: Completed Projects by squambo on: December 29, 2008 06:10:32 PM
The scarf here is just a simple mesh pattern, but the yarn is from a Loop batt and then handspun by me.  I added fringe made of plastic rings with single crochet around them, then added a length of chain and attached at different lengths to the scarf ends.

I spun lengths of sequins into the yarn as I made it, and it is corespun around a crochet thread to make it last longer.


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8  Floribunda Rose - freeform hat in Crochet: Completed Projects by squambo on: December 29, 2008 05:41:07 PM
I handspun the yarn and then dyed it, and made this freeform hat;




My first attempt at a freeform object!  It's a lot of fun!!!  The wool is Corriedale and Wensleydale, and was some of my first handspun from last spring.
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9  Re: My Finished Panta! in Crochet: Completed Projects by squambo on: January 16, 2006 01:30:02 PM
I made one in Moda Dea Ticker Tape "Sunset" yarn, half price at Michael's.  I love Ticker Tape!
The panta turned out really big though, as in WIDE!

Here's the photo:
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