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1  Cozy Pink Camo Tablet Cozy (Free Pattern Included) in Crochet: Completed Projects by R3n331 on: December 09, 2007 05:51:34 PM
This is my tablets cozy


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1)    Ch 21
2-6) SC in each Stitch across
7)   *SC first 2 stitches,Pop corn stitch in next one, Repeat from * all the way across.
Cool    Ch 1 SC Across
9)   Repeat 7
10)  Repeat 8
11) Repeat 7
12)  Repeat 8
13)  Repeat 7
14 - 20) Repeat 8
21)23)25)27) Repeat 7
22)24)26)28)Repeat 8
29-54)Repeat 7
55)SC first 8  ,Ch 4,Skip 3 stitches,Sc in last 8
Finish Off

Strap Inside

Join Middle ways,Ch 19,take across and join t other side,
Sc back and forth for 2-3 rows,
Weave in Ends.

Add Button ,ribbon ,or how ever you want it to stay closed when not in Use

Flower Pattern

Ch 8 Join with a slip stitch
1- Ch 1, 15 sc in the ring, join with a slip stitch
2-Ch 1,SC into the same stitch as the last sl stitch
*Ch 3,skip next 2 sc,SC in the next SC, Repeat from the *
3- Slip Stitch into the next CH 3 sp*(sc,ch 2,dc,3 tr,dc,ch2,sc) into Ch 3 sp,Repeat from the * around, ending it with a slip stitch to the first sc,Fasten off.

then take a piece of yarn, weave underneath through one stitch and take other end and do it across so youll have the string to tie to the cozy Smiley

Thats all Smiley
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2  Sparkling Cotton Candy Hat and Key-Hole Scarf (Now with Pattern) in Crochet: Completed Projects by R3n331 on: December 08, 2007 02:05:20 PM
I Just finished these, and I think they came out beautiful.
They will go to the Cancer Hospital to find a great Home Smiley

This is Yarn Bee Airy in Pale Pink Smiley

Smiley Its so soft and warm Smiley


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Ok for key hole scraf:
I ch 8 sc across,
Turn ch 1 and sc all the way across, I did that for as long as you want it, then sc for the first 2 stitches, chain 7-8 skip 4 stitches,sc in last 2
Sc for about 4 rows, Tie Off Smiley


Hat
1) Ch 3  Join to first st
2)Ch 1, 10 HDC into ring
3) repeat Step 2
4-6) Ch 1, HDC in each st around
7)ch 1, HDC in Back Post all the way around
Cool Ch 1,sc around and repeat till its the length you want Smiley

Tie off and enjoy
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3  Re: The Hide HAT (pattern now included!) in Crochet: Completed Projects by R3n331 on: December 05, 2007 06:06:35 AM
Ok me ick  ignore me and just look at hat rofl



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4  Re: The Hide HAT (pattern now included!) in Crochet: Completed Projects by R3n331 on: December 04, 2007 09:26:57 PM
Ok lol here is jacob in His lol

ROFL



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5  From Sweater to hat in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by R3n331 on: December 03, 2007 02:37:51 PM
Smiley

take a sweater from DH Closet



Measure  around head and divide by 2
take half of that and measure across sweater, when you get finished stitching up hat it will be the measurement of head

After you cut out, you will have 2 pieces, turn the pieces where the right sides are facing each other




Stitch around hat (Besure not to get into hurry and stitch bottom up by mistake )



Trim off any excess



fold the bottom up and stitch, this will make a clean bottom Smiley



Take 3 pieces from sweater and cut as long as you will want a braid



Braid them and stitch to top of hat

See Easy youll have a hat to match mittens
Enjoy Ya'll

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6  From Sweater to Mittens in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by R3n331 on: December 03, 2007 02:31:00 PM
Enjoy Ya'll




Take a sweater out of DH Closet (Hehehehe)



Turn sweater wrong side out

Trace around Hand making it a little wider then hand so when you stitch up it wont be too tight



Cut Out


You will have a total of 4 pieces



Stitch around mitten



Cut out any extra you may have 


Turn right side out


Tada Mittens

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7  Hooooooooooooooooomer Where are you in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by R3n331 on: November 10, 2007 07:36:04 PM
Meet Homer Yall


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8  EEEEEEEEEEEEK Its A Rainbow NO! Its a Snake in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by R3n331 on: November 10, 2007 11:13:31 AM
J/K lol meet Rainbow ya'll


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9  Cotton Candy in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by R3n331 on: November 10, 2007 08:50:49 AM

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10  Old Sweater :New hat with Tut in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by R3n331 on: November 09, 2007 04:39:38 AM
If this is in the wrong spot Sorry Sad

I had a sweater that was too small, I got it at thrift store and I so loved the color that i made it into a hat

Tut Smiley
I cut a half circle out of sweater,sewed it up,cut sleeve into 3 thin strips and braided it, I stitched to top of hat  See Easy Smiley Grin


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