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21  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / The Horror!!!! Amigurumi Cthulhu on: March 10, 2007 08:45:05 AM
Amigurumi eats my soul!!!

I thought this little guy was the perfect way to show how amigurumi has taken over my life. I made the pattern up, though I stole the wings from a flying pig pattern I found somewhere on the web.
Tell me you wouldn't mind having this cutie engulf the world in his slimy tentacles.

22  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Octopode Pandemonium! (Now with Tutorial!) on: December 12, 2006 09:55:08 AM
I just finnished I first Octo! Thank you so much for this tute. I have never made a crochet animal and this tute was easy to follow and the little guy is sooooo cute. This is a great first project!

23  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / The forbidden love of Mario, Firepower Mario, and Waluigi. With cute props! on: November 05, 2006 01:34:16 PM

This year my boyfriend, roommate, and I decided to do a group Mario Brothers costume. Is it creepy that I'm Mario and my boyfriend is Firepower Mario? Is that insest or masterbation? (He wanted to be Wario, but we couldn't find purple pants that fit him  Sad.)
Anyway, I sewed my overalls out of a pair of scrubs, Fire Mario's out of white dickies and a sheet, and Luigi's were maternity overalls that I altered to fit. The buttons and the hat emblems are all made of felt. Waluigi's hat was a cop hat we covered in felt and Fire Mario's hat was spray painted white.
But I think our greatest achievements were our props!
The mushroom and chain chomp were carved out of Styrofoam, hot glued, and painted. For chain chomp's chain, we bought a decorative Styrofoam chain halloween decoration from CVS, then straighted out a wire hanger and glued it to the chain and chomps head so that Luigi could walk him like a dog. Finally, we filled Fire Mario's question box with gold wrapped Candies that he gave out to anyone who would punch his box.
We had the BEST time making these costumes together and they were a hit at the costume party we went to. (Also, they were the most confortable Halloween costume I
have ever worn.) Hope you like them!

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