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11  Pencil drawings in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by Buns on: January 29, 2008 08:25:17 PM
These are some pencil drawings I've done semi-recently.  They're just done with a regular mechanical pencil, and there's definitely some texture still showing because I don't have a tortillon right now, but I don't really mind it.  Smiley



 

Sorry for the bad picture quality, the colours aren't really so faded and there's a little more detail than actually shows up. 

This one I actually did a couple years ago and he's a little smudged, but I haven't thought of posting it until now. 

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12  Cigarette Cozy (don't look if you hate smoking, please) in Crochet: Completed Projects by Buns on: January 07, 2008 04:27:08 PM
I made this cigarette case cozy for my best friend for Christmas.  I made the pattern myself, but used the muzzle and ears from the iPod cozy from Happy Hooker.  It was only my second shot at any type of embroidery, but after a few failed attempts and ripped-out yarn, I am really happy with the way he looks.  She loves monkeys, so I think she'll love this.



Close-up: I love how smug he came out. 



I also made a lining to hide all the yarn bits on the inside. 



Hope you enjoyed checking out my cheeky little monkey.   Grin

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13  So I spent Christmas hooking... in Crochet: Completed Projects by Buns on: January 07, 2008 04:20:51 PM
I made a mantel for my sister for Christmas.  This was actually my first completed crochet project, and I think it turned out all right.  The flowers were a total blast to make - they're enormous! 



Close-up of the flower action:



Then I made a big thick scarf for my Dad.  It ended up looking a little crazy - I think maybe I wasn't supposed to make a turn chain each row?  I know my counting was off, because the sides go in and out like crazy.  But hopefully it's one of those things I notice because I made it myself.  I threw on some fringe on the end to dazzle him away from the mistakes.   Undecided





Thanks for looking!  (And if you have any tips about the wobbly edges, please share!)
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14  Noob PDA and Sweet Pea Shawl in Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller by Buns on: January 07, 2008 04:10:10 PM
I made this PDA hat for my sister's boyfriend.  It's the first hat I ever made and it looks a little ridiculous on me because of my massive hair, but hopefully it'll look awesome on him!



The yarn was tweed and soo nice to work with - it was a pleasure watching the little soft puffs of yellow, green, orange and red curl into the hat. 



I also made this Sweet Pea Shawl for my Mom.  I think I totally nailed her style - I've never made anything like this either, and it turned out really pretty except for being a little lopsided somehow.  The yarn looks purple in the pic, but it's a soft black and 100% cotton. 



I only learned to crochet a month ago, and I had so much fun making these for Christmas gifts.  I think I'm addicted!



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15  Ribbon & spiral necklace! in Beads: Completed Projects by Buns on: August 29, 2006 03:13:57 PM
This is my first necklace ever, as well as my first project posted on Craftster!  I made it for a friend's bday and was inspired by Crafty_Witch15's Antropologie-inspired necklace. 

The pics are a bit fuzzy, but I think the beads are really beautiful - they are purple with bronze flecks, purple pomegranate-seed-looking ones, and a lovely purple and gray shell.  I attacked a black ribbon to the wire spirals, hot glued the knots, and sealed the ends with clear nail polish. 

It was great fun to make and I hope it makes a good present!





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