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11  Teal and Brown Felted Purse in Crochet: Completed Projects by Rheatheylia on: November 23, 2007 06:12:00 PM
I've been wanting to felt for a while, I did a few flowers but that just made me want to felt something bigger. Felting is so nifty, it's like magic.  Wink I very loosely based this purse off of the Fat-bottom bag. I really like it, but it's too small for me to carry all my junk in. It's about 12 inches wide and 8 inches high, what can I say, I carry around lots of junk, lol. Made with two skeins of Patons Merino and an I hook.

And the adorable flower pattern is from here:
http://www.yarncat.com/StarFlowerPin.html
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12  Cable Hat! in Crochet: Completed Projects by Rheatheylia on: November 21, 2007 10:11:34 AM
I love the look of knit cable hats, but dpns hate me, a lot. So I did it in crochet:
It's actually this color

and this is it on

Took me forever to come up with a pattern for it that actually worked, hehe.
Anyways, tell me what you think!
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13  Little Ninja with free pattern link in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Rheatheylia on: October 26, 2007 08:31:58 AM
There was a cute little round ninja that someone posted here recently, which reminded me of http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/plush/8823/ these from ThinkGeek. I've always liked the look of the little square ninja dudes, but didn't want to pay 10 bucks for a 5" tall one, so I made my own in crochet.

Pattern is available here:
http://www.rheatheylia.com/index.php?page=patterns&id=4
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14  Divine hat and pattern link in Crochet: Completed Projects by Rheatheylia on: October 23, 2007 04:59:21 PM
I loved that hat that Divine_Gift posted here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=202060.0 so I made up my own version!
Here's the hat:

And the pattern is here:
http://www.rheatheylia.com/index.php?page=patterns&id=0
I still need to take a picture of the hat on me, looks much cuter that way.
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15  Re: Pattern Needed For THIS Hat!!! in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by Rheatheylia on: October 17, 2007 07:17:48 AM

This is the hat I came up with, I used a really gross, old, fuzzy, twiggy plastic bits in it, acrylic, which doesn't really suit the pattern. I think a sleeker yarn, something that has good drape, would look more like the original photo, like a cotton, hemp, or bamboo, simply soft would be the cheapest option though. It looks really cute on, but as I woke up not too long ago I'll probably post an on picture later. So, here's the pattern, ask if anything needs clarified or fixed!

Divine Hat:
Less than 3oz. of WW yarn
K hook for body
I hook for ribbing
To join each round: join with slip stitch around the first front post double crochet of previous round (or beginning ch 2 of the first round), ch 2, then fpdc down into the same front post double crochet you just did the slip stitch to (again, this will be a ch 2 for the beginning round). This pushes the ch 2 behind the fpdc you just made (ignore the ch 2, it doesnt exist). This isnt necessary, but it looks better than a standard ch2 and makes the join less obvious.

1.   15 dc in ring
2.   Fpdc in every dc (15)
3.   Fpdc in every fpdc, dc in the space between fpdcs (15 fpdc, 15 dc)
4.   Fpdc in every fpdc, dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 dc)
5.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 2 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 2dc)
6.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 2 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 2dc)
7.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 3 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 3dc)
8.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 3 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 3dc)
9.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 3 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 3dc)
10.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
11.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
12.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
13.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
14.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
15.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
16.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
Switch to I hook
17.   Sc around (75)
18.   Fpdc in one st, bpdc in the next, around (75 sts)
19.   Fpdc in one st, bpdc in the next, around (75 sts)
20.   Fpdc in one st, bpdc in the next, around (75 sts)
21.   Fpdc in one st, bpdc in the next, around (75 sts)

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16  Beary Jackson, amigurumi bear with pattern link! (img heavy) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Rheatheylia on: September 27, 2007 06:09:34 PM
So why is his name Beary Jackson? Because I haven't learned yet not to ask my husband to name things I make, heh. Anyways, I had some extra Jiffy yarn lying around after a knitting project, and I wanted to make it a hat, but it didn't want to be a hat, it wanted to be a bear. Specifically this bear:


I wrote up the pattern for him after I finished, so if there are any issues or questions with it just post or pm me and I'll either try to fix it or clarify.
Pattern is now on my website! Here-> http://www.rheatheylia.com/index.php?page=patterns&id=2
http://img401.imageshack.us/img401/2351/beary002kc0.jpg
And an extra just because he's cute




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17  Fuzzy Monkey! Amigurumi cuteness inside in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Rheatheylia on: June 25, 2007 07:36:16 AM
So I've had this little dude made for a long time, several months have gone by and I keep meaning to post about him, I uploaded the pictures a while ago, but still slacked off about posting. Anyways, I finally got around to posting, so here he is! Though I guess it should really be here she is since it's overwhelmingly pink, but it just looks like a he to me.





I get a lot of inspiration from Amigurumi I see on the web, in this case it was from Amigurumi kingdom. He was made my carrying a strand of the fuzzy yarn with a strand of simply soft, makes the body more sturdy than the thin fuzzy yarn alone, plus it works up much faster, heh. I hope you guys enjoy looking at him as much as I enjoyed making him!
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18  Lavender Bunny for a Baby *Finally fixed my row counts!* in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Rheatheylia on: April 09, 2007 08:35:39 AM
I've been really bad lately and haven't been posting anything I've been making. This is a bunny I made for a couple who recently had a baby in my Sunday school class. Actually I made two, a pink one first, and then after learning that their older daughter (3 I think) loves bunnies, I made one for her too (this one). I finished the pink one right before class, so I forgot to take pictures of it, looks basically the same though. 
The design was inspired by a post by another craftster, but i didn't feel like buying a Japanese pattern book, then waiting for it to arrive, so I just made my own.
Sorry for the ridiculously long preamble, so without further ado, pics!


Edit: Finally fixed the row counts! Plus I have a new website (thanks to my husband)
http://www.rheatheylia.com/index.php?page=patterns&id=3
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19  Re: Doctor Who amigurumi in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Rheatheylia on: March 13, 2007 07:28:10 AM
Wow, those are amazing. I'd love to make up a dalek for my fiance, we're huge Tom Baker/Doctor Who fans, in fact he proposed by putting the question in the closing credits of the last Tom Baker episode (Logopolis I believe).

This is so awesome, you rock at making super cute things!
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20  Re: Show off your hair! And questions about hair styles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by Rheatheylia on: December 22, 2006 09:12:43 PM
Dishwasher: My hair has the same annoying wave thing, but I had my hair cut almost exactly like the pic you showed, and it worked out great. 

I've had my hair cut in various styles close to this for the past three years or so (not including the last year, been growing my hair out) It really looks like whoever cut your hair didn't do a very good job at all (no offense!) It needs layers starting about at the top of your ear, and it doesn't look like they gave you any layers at all. I used a texture paste on my hair when it was like this, just a little bit after towel drying and before the hairdryer (if I even hairdryed at all) and it helped keep the shape.
My hair grows super fast, I'll go ahead and post a pic of what it looks like now, this pic was taken less than a year since the other one I showed, hooray for super fast hair growth. It's a little below shoulder length un-curled

*edit 'cause I got my dates wrong
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