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1  Poncho and Hat for my niece in Crochet: Completed Projects by AdiaStar on: September 28, 2006 10:33:54 AM
I made a poncho and hat for my nieces' 5th b-day.  This is my first time doing a poncho and a hat.  I think they came out all right for a first timer.  Although I did make a mistake on the poncho pattern.  I did something too many times in one row which made the poncho really ruffly(sp?), but I hope she likes it anyway.
I used the Lacy Shell poncho pattern and Granny Skull Cap from http://www.luv2crochet.com/freepatterns.html

Poncho:


Hat: My husband suggested putting the flower on the top of the hat and I really liked that idea.  What do you think?


Hat Top View:


Hat Full View:


I cannot remember what website I got the flower pattern from.
I used Red Heart super saver yarn.
Sorry for all the pics, was having fun with the digi cam.

What do you gals/guys think?

Take Care!
AdiaStar
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2  Re: toddler slippers (pattern on pg.2) in Crochet: Completed Projects by AdiaStar on: September 28, 2006 10:14:46 AM
Thank you superlisa for sharing the pattern for these slippers!  Smiley
Here are two pairs I made for my nieces.  They both are girly girls and love pink, purple and pom poms.  My camera made the purple look a little blue. Huh   I used Caron Simple Soft Brites in Grape and Watermelon, stranded together.  I used purple puff paint on the bottom to help prevent the girls from slipping.





These were superfast and easy to make.  It actually took me longer to make the pom poms than the slippers.  I never made pom poms before. Undecided    Thanks again superlisa!   Grin
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3  Re: Made some Nintendo X-Stitch Patterns in Needlework: Discussion and Questions by AdiaStar on: July 30, 2006 03:49:41 AM
Thanks all!  I can't wait to get started on Bowser myself.  Have to wait for  extra cash to buy thread though!  Sad

shewolf, here's Yoshi.  I was working on this one last night!

Yoshi
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4  Made some Nintendo X-Stitch Patterns in Needlework: Discussion and Questions by AdiaStar on: July 29, 2006 04:14:10 AM
Hi everyone,

I was inspired by some of the Mario X-Stitch patterns created here, so I made a few of my own and wanted to share with you guys.  I hope the pics came out OK as I had to make them much smaller to fit.  My original patterns are triple the size!  I wanted big patterns to use, to make gifts for my brother.

Let me know what you think!

This one is a Portal Opening from one of the Mario Games, I don't remember which one.  But my brother always liked it!



Here's Goomba




Here's Cheep Cheep




And finally Bowser- For some reason when I saved him, his bottom half color changed  slightly.


Hope you guys like them and use them.  Show pics of what you make!
I'm off to make some more.  I'm addicted!!!
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5  Crochet Doll Bag in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by AdiaStar on: April 15, 2005 01:51:04 PM
Hi all,

I found this picture online of a cute little girls bag made to look like a doll.  Can anyone help me figure out a way to make this?  I can't seem to find a pattern for it online.  I would like to make it for my two nieces.

Please help!!! Any ideas???



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6  Square bit from The Gates, NYC in What the heck can I do with THIS? by AdiaStar on: April 02, 2005 05:10:33 PM
Hi all!

I got a piece of the Saffron colored material that was being given out from The Gates in Central Park, NYC.  I really don't know what to/can make out of it. 
It's about  3 inches by 3 inches.  Great color and texture.

Any Ideas?
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