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101  Re: Halloween In Decemeber Gallery in The Swap Gallery by christinacoghill on: December 26, 2006 10:56:20 AM
Here is my wonderful package from D.  My kids hide the box under the tree thinking it was for Christmas. I got so many cool things,   thanks D. tell you daughter I loved her card and her little items.  Great use of recycling your box.  My cat was laying onthe box, so you only get to see a little bit of him.

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102  Sushi anyone? in Crochet: Completed Projects by christinacoghill on: December 04, 2006 05:39:24 PM
Sushi anyone??
I made up this cute hat (if I do say so myself), its my own made up pattern, and I think it is super fun to wear. I used caron simply soft yarn, and am working on a crocheted sushi scarf to go with the hat! I received a knitted sushi scarf and decided to make one up in crochet and then the hat idea came up.  Man I love being creative! now if I could craft full time and not have to go to work that would be ideal!

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103  Re: Hat & Gloves Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by christinacoghill on: December 04, 2006 04:59:43 PM
I totally forgot to put my photo on the swap gallery!!!!
here is it

Thanks glittergirl for the wonderful hat and armwarmers.

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104  Fairy doll, mice and log house in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by christinacoghill on: December 02, 2006 08:43:29 AM
I finished this finally! yes the log house isn't ami, but the mice & fairy are made in ami way.  the log house uses an empty plastic milk gallon jug as its framework, so I even recycled part of this project!

I wish the pattern for the log house was mine. The log house pattern came from an ebay win from Kathleen Early designs. The mice were started from her pattern, but I switched them into ami since that was much easier to do for me!
more photos on my flickr site
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105  Log house, Fairie and mice in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by christinacoghill on: December 02, 2006 08:23:51 AM
After working on this pattern for a while I finally finished it today. I remember as a child loving to draw little houses for mice inside of hollow logs or tree stumps. I just love this. To bad I have boys!  Plus I used a recycled empty gallon milk jug for the house's framework

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106  My hubby is happy with me for now! in Crochet: Completed Projects by christinacoghill on: December 02, 2006 06:58:36 AM
Hubby is always complaining that I never make him anything. Last night I made him this hat. I used paton's merino wool yarn, less then 1 skein.  I love how the colors pooled and it has this weird stripey look. Plus he said it kept his head warm this morning while cleaning ice of the car windows.  I sorta followed the boy beanie hat from SnB happy hooker, using an F hook and DC, I just increased on rows that I felt like needed to be increased on until it got wide enough then I did straight DC rows with no increases

Plus I think he looks cute in it.
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107  Re: More cute Japanese scrubbies in Crochet: Completed Projects by christinacoghill on: November 28, 2006 10:46:36 AM
I finished these up last night while watching Prison Break.

They are addictive! thank goodness for that stash of crochet cotton yarn that I have
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108  Re: Cold Feet and 20 minutes of time.... Tutorial in Crochet: Completed Projects by christinacoghill on: November 27, 2006 04:10:14 PM
I finally got took a picture of my mary janes. I love them and they took me about 45 minutes to make. I used almot one complete skein of Yarn Bee Airy yarn, from hobby lobby. The only problem is, is they are super slippery on my wood floors!

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109  More cute Japanese scrubbies in Crochet: Completed Projects by christinacoghill on: November 27, 2006 03:34:59 PM
I tell you those japanese scrubby books are so cute, and the things you can make out of them even cuter. Here are the lastest ones that I made up! these are from the scrubby book #7, I believe

I used the peaches and cream 100% cotton yarn that you can get for around $1.30 a ball, each one of these took less them 1/2 of a ball, and only took a few hours to make up.   The kitty is actually like a puppet. Too cute for sure!
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110  Re: Hat & Gloves Swap (Sign-ups from 10/19 to 10/31, Send-Outs on 11/30) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by christinacoghill on: November 15, 2006 10:31:05 AM
I got my hat and gloves in a few days ago. I love them. Heres a photo of me wearing them. My 10 year old son has stolen my arm warmers several days now!
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