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1  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Cowabonga Dude! It's Donatello on: May 31, 2012 06:39:38 PM
Very cool! I especially like all the details.
2  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / More freeform amigurumi on: May 31, 2012 02:52:51 PM
Just grab a hook and some different colored threads and go! Smiley The results are sometimes unpredictable (at least they are for me), but that's part of the fun. There is no assembly: they're all made out of one piece of crochet. These are made with cotton thread, so they're fairly small (the tallest is about 5 inches, I think).


3  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Nny and Nailbunny from JTHM! on: May 31, 2012 09:29:56 AM
I'm not familiar with the characters, but you did a nice job with the crochet! Smiley
4  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Golden Retriever Puppy on: May 31, 2012 09:27:42 AM
Really nice job! Great details, too.
5  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Ellen!!! on: May 31, 2012 09:26:03 AM
She's great all around, but I really love how you did the hair, with so much motion and "realness."
6  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: My first Crochet Doll on: May 31, 2012 09:24:39 AM
I like her! That's pretty cool, and nice that you made her without a pattern!
7  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Freeform amigurumi on: May 27, 2012 04:31:02 PM
AugustBell, if you wish you could try it, then try it! It's just a matter of deciding when to increase and when to decrease, and to do it gradually enough to avoid puckering. Using cotton thread rather than yarn is more time consuming, but because each stitch is so small (and also because it's stiffer), it's much more forgiving when you increase or decrease too much, and you can correct on the next round if you're overdone it. Thanks for your comment!
8  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Zebra on: May 27, 2012 12:10:08 AM
She's very cute!
9  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Bienchen the Bee on: May 19, 2012 09:51:52 PM
That's really cool. Nice handiwork. And she has a personality, too! Smiley
10  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Freeform amigurumi on: May 19, 2012 09:50:11 PM
I have some idea in mind as to how I want the shapes to turn out, but there are unpredictable effects that come up in the shapes, especially whey I add the arms and legs, and I'm not willing to unravel, so I let them sort of evolve. Smiley It was a challenge to make sure the legs pointed downward (on the middle one) when they are so far apart. (Btw, these are made with cotton thread, so they are quite small.)
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