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1  Re: Zelda Swap + Zelda baby shower GALLERY! in The Swap Gallery by whyfish on: July 16, 2010 12:32:59 AM
I received a package from Ambermoony on Monday!

A lovely loom-beaded choker with a Twilight Princess pattern:


Four perler bead sprites: a fairy, the sword, a rupee, and a boss key! I'm putting these up on the wall at work.


And this wicked cool knitted scarf featuring the Sheikah symbol! I'm already looking forward to it being cold again.



Thanks so much for the awesome package, Ambermoony!
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2  Backing a flat beaded piece in Beads: Discussion and Questions by whyfish on: June 10, 2010 11:06:44 PM
I saw a couple of questions related to this, but I need some specific pointers. I made this guy in square stitch, and I want to attach a backing to make it into a keychain. Should I glue it? Do I need a specific glue (I have hot glue)? Or should I stitch it, and if so what would be the best way to do that?



Thanks!
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3  Grad presents: Zelda, FF and Mario in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by whyfish on: May 22, 2010 09:09:59 PM
I crocheted some video game enemies for friends who graduated last week. I'm missing pictures of the fourth one, a Poe. I didn't have time to take any before graduation. But here's the first three! They're all about fist-sized, and I didn't use any pattern.

A Deku scrub from Zelda



The hardest part about this one was sewing on the leaves...they're all separate pieces. It ended up looking pretty cool.

A Tonberry from Final Fantasy, with a lantern and a knife


I was proud of the hood and the head shape. Tongue Making the accessories was fun. The lantern and knife each have a paperclip inside, so they can hook into the hands.

and a Bob-omb.


I made this first because it was the easiest shape. I didn't get a good shot of the key at the back, but I made it by crocheting around a pop tab, which turned out to be a great size.

Hope you like them! Thanks for looking. Smiley
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4  A pair of drawstring bags in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by whyfish on: January 20, 2008 12:52:41 AM
Just made these to safeguard my electronics while I'm traveling.  Sure they're quite simple, but I wanted to show off my work (I'm no advanced sewer) since I think they're pretty cute!

For a headset:

Used to be a nightshirt.

For a webcam (which itself is very small, but I'm keeping it in the molded plastic packaging):

The pink one is from a corduroy shirt with a stripe from a pair of kids' houndstooth pants.  I like the buttons.  In case the webcam case gets stuck in there, I guess. =)
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5  Link from Zelda! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by whyfish on: October 18, 2006 10:29:50 PM
My first post of a thing! I'm so excited.  I finally finished my first...er, stuffed object, Link as seen in Wind Waker, just in time for my boyfriend's birthday!  The body is based on Crochet Me's Amigurumi Dude pattern. (There was a gap of about a month and a half between making most of the body and adding the embellishments, during which I crocheted a triceratops from http://members.optusnet.com.au/we2/tric.html and approximately doubled my level of experience.) Oh, and he has a nose that's obscured by the glare from the flash.

The shield is two layers with cardboard in the middle. It attaches to Link's hand with a snap--one of the recipient's requests, as are many of the facial features.  Link would probably have been less detailed, but he became very demanding as I was finishing it...



Lastly, here is Link with the triceratops. Which, as my boyfriend pointed out, could be easily turned into a mid-level Dodongo.



In conclusion: That was fun. My next item will be better. "Parasitic Armored Arachnid Gohma" is going somewhere in the queue of future projects. Thanks for looking!
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