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Topic: How Bazaar! Crochet creatures & jewelry. *Patterns added!*  (Read 139803 times)
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« Reply #20 on: February 01, 2009 05:51:15 AM »

they all look fab, i love how you did the marble pendants too, last time i did some i tied a monkey's fist and put the marble in, which also worked well but i had to get the balance right on marble size and yarn weight
*waits and hopes for a pattern for the Adipose Babies*
i have a friend in america who loves Dr Who and the Adipose babies, he's asked that i send him some Jelly Babies but i think he'd flip if i sent him an actual adipose or two too
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« Reply #21 on: February 01, 2009 06:47:49 AM »

i LOVE the gnomes and mushroom! very cute!
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« Reply #22 on: February 01, 2009 08:21:37 AM »

Next pattern - I hope this makes sense, let me know if it doesn't.

Mini Fuzzy-haired Troll.



You will need:
Some mohair yarn for the hair
Plain yarn for the body
Black yarn to embroider the features
3.5mm hook
Stuffing
A wire pet brush to make the hair fuzzy

Mohair yarn:
Round 1: Ch 2, 6 sc into 1st ch.
R2: Inc 2 (2 sc into each st) around (12st)
R3: [Inc 2, sc] around (18st)

Plain yarn:
R4: 18 sc
R5: 18 sc
R6: To make ears: Work 4 sc, 3dc popcorn st into next sc, 8sc, 3dc popcorn st into next sc, 4 sc
R7: 18 sc
R8: [Dec 2 (work 2 sc together), sc] around (12st)
R9: 12 sc
R10: To make arms: Work around in sc apart from the stitch under each ear where you will make each arm as follows: ss into stitch, ch7, 3dc bobble stitch into 3rd st from hook, ss into next 4 ch, ss back into original st. (12st)
R11: 12 sc (you sc into the first ss used to make each arm)
R12: 12 sc
R13: [Inc 2, 3 sc] around (15st)
R14: 15sc
R15: [Inc 2, 4 sc] around (18st)
R16: 18sc
R17: To make feet: Find the front of your troll. There will be a gap of  3 stitches between the feet, so mark the stitch in the front middle, then work sc around until you are 4 st away from it. Make toes [3dc popcorn st in next 3st], 3 sc, [3dc popcorn st in next 3st], finish round with sc.
Now stuff your troll and embroider the eyes and mouth with black yarn.
R18: [Dec 2, sc] around (12st)
R19: Dec 2 around (6st)
FO, complete stuffing and sew up hole
Use the wire brush on the mohair to make it fuzzy, and your troll is now complete!
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« Reply #23 on: February 01, 2009 08:25:11 AM »

everything is so cute!!
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« Reply #24 on: February 01, 2009 10:02:59 AM »

This is a nice easy pattern.

Easy No-Stuff Snake.



You will need:
2 different colours of yarn to work together (green and black, or green and yellow make quite nice snake colours mixed together).
Red yarn for eyes and tongue.
4.5mm hook.

Starting at the head:
Ch 3, work 8 dc into 3rd ch from hook.
Ch 2, work 2 dc together around. (4 dc)
Ch 21, sc into 2nd ch from hook, sc into next ch, 2hdc into each following ch.
FO leaving some yarn.
Using the red yarn sew one eye, sew and secure a large loop for the tongue, then sew the other eye and secure the end of the yarn. Tie a knot in the loop then cut the ends to look like a forked tongue. Use the ends of yarn from the snakes body to sew up the back of its head.
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« Reply #25 on: February 01, 2009 02:39:16 PM »

YAY!! thank you so much for the patterns, i have to find some yarn to try this out, my son will love the snakes. thank you thank you...  Grin Grin Grin*waits and hopes for a pattern for the Adipose Babies* Me too Grin
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« Reply #26 on: February 01, 2009 06:57:12 PM »

Would you post a pattern about tiny tedis,icecream corn and tiny creature from dr who charectors.
Thank you.
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« Reply #27 on: February 01, 2009 11:13:03 PM »

so cute, i love the trolls, thats a great way to use up those left over bits od mohair, thanks for sharing Smiley
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« Reply #28 on: February 02, 2009 03:09:13 AM »

Thanks guys! I will keep adding patterns as I get them typed up. Unfortunately, I can't give anyone the pattern for the Adipose babies, as the BBC have been pretty strict about that kind of thing in the past. However, I will post the pattern for the teddies (I just need to check it), and if you make one of those, you should get the idea of how to do the Adipose.
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« Reply #29 on: February 02, 2009 08:44:48 AM »

Apart from the features, this doesn't need any sewing, which makes it nice and quick to finish. As well as being a cute pocket toy, it's also a good size to be a teddy for a doll or other toy.

Tiny Teddy.



You will need:
Some yarn, whatever colour you want your teddy to be.
A little black yarn to embroider features.
3.5mm hook.
Stuffing.

Round 1: Ch 2, 6sc in 2nd ch from hook.
R2: (with ears) [2 sc in 1st stitch, 2 sc in 2nd stitch, 3 dc bobble st and sc in 3rd stitch, repeat in next 3 stitches making 12 stitches in total].
R3: 12 sc.
R4: 12 sc.
R5: [Dec 2 (work 2 sc together), sc] around (8 st).
R6: [Inc 2 (work 2 sc into 1 st), 3 sc] around (10 st).
R7: (with arms) 4 dc popcorn st, 3 sc, 4 dc popcorn st, 5 sc.
R8: 10 sc.
R9: 6 sc, inc 2, 2 sc, inc 2 (12st).
R10: 12 sc.
R11: (with legs) 1 sc, 4 dc popcorn st, 3 sc, 4 dc popcorn st, 6 sc.
R12: 12 sc.
R13: Dec 2 around (6 sc).
FO.
Stuff & embroider features using black yarn. Sew hole shut and pull yarn up into body to make sure the bottom is flat.

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