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1  Jack Skellington - First ever crochet! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by lilliputt on: September 08, 2007 08:39:53 AM
Greetings!  I am just so proud of this, so thanks for looking.  I made this jack skellington for the Tim Burton Swap (round 2).  This is my first ever attempt at crochet and embroidery, and I think it turned out pretty nicely.

Heeeeeere's Jackie:




And the whole swap package:


Thanks for looking.
I *love* crochet so far, but I will say that all the rumors I heard about knitters having a hard time learning to crochet were false.  It's not that bad a transition, and any knitters who may be looking at this should give crochet a chance!  Mixing the two is great fun.
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2  Re: Comic Book Swap Round 3 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by lilliputt on: October 27, 2006 12:16:09 PM
Here are the items I sent:
The Tick tote bag, which I dyed blue and painted (didn't come out quite blue enough, but as good as I could get):


earrings (2 batman, one w/ wolverine and cyclops):


And one painting of the Tick:


Woohoo!  I'm glad you liked everything!
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3  Re: Comic Book Swap Round 3 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by lilliputt on: October 13, 2006 08:38:51 AM
Okay, here is the tewtally awesome stuff sporkchic sent me!
(sorry so pic heavy....)
Harley Quinn & the Joker earrings:


Hottest stencil EVER! (tee-shirt)


And the Owly tote bag.  (I've already been using this.  I LOVE IT!)


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4  Don't even bother .... in Knitting: Completed Projects by lilliputt on: July 28, 2006 12:51:36 PM
This is not at all impressive, but I'm proud of myself for completing my first knitting project ever!
....It's a very simple hat from "Knitting for Dummies."
I'm a dummie.
Here is my hat:





(WHY DOES MY HEAD LOOK SO HUGE?Huh)
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5  Painting of my grandparents in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by lilliputt on: July 28, 2006 12:48:54 PM
Did this a long time ago for my grandparents' re-wedding (60th anniversary).
It is based on their wedding photo.  (yeah, they pretty much only have the one.)
Unfortunately, on the way to Tampa to give it to them, my boyfriend crammed it in the trunk and broke the canvas board.  Oh well.  I had some issues with it anyway and now have a reason to redo it.  (Hmph.)
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