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91  Re: How to make gigantic floofy drawstring pants in Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions by Tenille on: January 07, 2007 11:46:33 AM
I made a Raggedy ann costume for halloween. It has bloomers that could be modified to be more poofy and longer without too much work. I used simplicity pattern 4004 Here's a picture . I hope it helps.

Here is a link to the actual pattern on Simpicity.com http://www.simplicity.com/dv1_v4.cfm?design=4004
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92  Granny Square Scarf in Crochet: Completed Projects by Tenille on: January 05, 2007 08:58:34 AM
This isa christmas present I made for my friend, who was kind enough to model for the picture. It didn't take overly long to make. But then, I've made so many granny aquares at this point that I still see them when I close my eyes. DOn't get me wrong, I love granny squares! There are so many types and possibilities for them. I sometimes worry though when I here myself telling people that I've fallen in love with them. Do they have a 12 step program for people addicted to granny swuares? LOL Grin



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93  2 Teddy Bears! (pic heavy) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Tenille on: January 03, 2007 12:05:43 PM
Every so often I get in the mood to make teddy bears. Here are two. I ususally give them to people for their newborns, because I think that every kid should have their very own teddy bear. I kept these two. The pink one stayed because his nose isn't exactly child friendly. The brown one is just my favorite bear. I just love his little face.















and though it's not a teddy bear. I also have a Rastafarian anteater on the crochet board at  http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=143027.0
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94  my favorite doll, Ella w/pics in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Tenille on: January 03, 2007 11:44:31 AM
OK, I made this doll before I became a member here but I thought I'd see what you thought. She started out as a marionette but I couldn't get her strung correctly.  I made her clothes also, and if you look really close you can see her belly button. I named her Ella after my grandma.

She's a fairly modern girl. She likes to spend her time helping out around the house doing things like dishes.



She also like to have coffee with her favorite guy, who lives on my refrigerator


Here's a closeup of her face.

Her hair is made out of synthetic, braided hair that I had left over from a previous hairdo of my own  Grin)



I'd appreciate any opinions. Oh, if anyone knows how to make her neck hold her head up, please let me know. I'm thinking of making more, but the neck issue has me hung up. I like the way it looks as a separate piece.
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95  Rastafarian Anteater (now with hat) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Tenille on: January 02, 2007 01:41:53 PM
Ok, I decided one night that I wanted to crochet a toy without a pattern. I ended up with this guy. I'm not exactly sure what he is though. I think he looks like a rastafarian anteater. I may have to make him one of those rainbow colored hats.  I actually think that he falls into the so ugly he's cute category. I'll let you decide though. What do you think? And if anyone has any name suggestions feel free to suggest.


I made him a hat. I really think he needed one.





Here he is sitting next to my cool-aid man cup (so you can see the size)


Here's a close up view


And here is a side view
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96  Scarves for men (with pics added now) in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by Tenille on: December 04, 2006 12:28:40 PM
Does anyone know a good way to crochet a manly looking scarf?

Thanks for the input everyone. This is what I ended up doing.

I got some camo yarn from JoAnn's



And I also did this one. It was supposed to be just black, but the crafty gene in me just refused to do it that way. The pic is turned sideways so you'll have to flip it lengthwise in your head. Smiley

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