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« on: December 15, 2009 12:32:08 AM »

After 3 weeks of steroid drops, my left eye has recovered from it's blurry situation and I can see clearly now.

The rain is gone.

Hopefully, it will be many years before I return to the eye doctor. Until then, I made this eyeclops guy for the eye clinic:


He now lives on their front desk, next to a plastic eye toy:


I love seeing in stereo vision again, and I appreciate my overall eyesight even more. To celebrate my 3D vision, I'll enjoy a 3D movie this weekend.


If you'd like to join the 3D fun, bring out your 3D glasses (I bought mine from here or you can make your own) to see the eyeclops in an eye-popping way!

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« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2009 02:02:55 AM »

That is soooo cute and im glad you were able to get your eyesight up to par!
Congrats!
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« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2009 03:27:33 AM »

I like the fact the way his arms are positioned, makes him look as though hes about to give someone a hug. Very cute and I'm sure the eye clinic will appreciate him welcoming patients.  Smiley
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« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2009 04:56:27 AM »

Aw, he's so cute! And the name is perfect Grin
Congrats on regaining full eyesight again. I love how you come up with these cute crochet gifts!
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« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2009 04:59:10 AM »

That is awesome! Grin
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« Reply #5 on: December 15, 2009 06:58:56 AM »

EYE WUV WOOOO!!!

We're all so happy you are on the mend. Please stay as healthy, happy, and as crazy as you are. And may 2010 be an even more blessed year for you, MJ, and your family and friends (including the little crocheted friends you share with us!)

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« Reply #6 on: December 15, 2009 08:56:56 AM »

super cute!! I unfortunately was born blind in my left eye so I have never been able to see the 3-d images.  Cry I really need to crochet!
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« Reply #7 on: December 15, 2009 12:47:01 PM »

ROTFL!

Mad Eye Moody! Yep, that's exactly what I thought.

What did you use for the appendages on eyeclops? I'd love to make one of these up for a stocking stuffer for my husband. LOL!
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« Reply #8 on: December 15, 2009 11:31:10 PM »

ROTFL!

Mad Eye Moody! Yep, that's exactly what I thought.

What did you use for the appendages on eyeclops? I'd love to make one of these up for a stocking stuffer for my husband. LOL!
looks like bobby pins
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« Reply #9 on: December 16, 2009 02:35:40 AM »

That is soooo cute and im glad you were able to get your eyesight up to par!
Congrats!
Sucker4Love: My eye and I thank you Cheesy

I like the fact the way his arms are positioned, makes him look as though hes about to give someone a hug. Very cute and I'm sure the eye clinic will appreciate him welcoming patients.  Smiley
mundy: Yes, he's known for giving hugs, though usually around one's face! Going to the eye doctor can be pretty depressing, so I hope this eyeclops brings a bit of cheer. Thanks Smiley

Aw, he's so cute! And the name is perfect Grin
Congrats on regaining full eyesight again. I love how you come up with these cute crochet gifts!
Ruby Copperfield: His real name is Eve-vy, but he doesn't like to use that Wink

My eye doctor laughed a lot when he saw Eyeclops. It's so fun to bring gifts to people who don't always expect them!

That is awesome! Grin
samigurumi: merci Smiley

EYE WUV WOOOO!!!

We're all so happy you are on the mend. Please stay as healthy, happy, and as crazy as you are. And may 2010 be an even more blessed year for you, MJ, and your family and friends (including the little crocheted friends you share with us!)

WOO ROCKS!  Smiley  Cheesy
ecuadoriana: Thank you for your kind wishes! MJ was happy to hear what you wrote as well. You sure do know how to warm our hearts over the holidays, thank you Smiley May your 2010 be full of fun and creativity!

super cute!! I unfortunately was born blind in my left eye so I have never been able to see the 3-d images.  Cry I really need to crochet!
zombiekilla: I've been hearing from many people who necessarily see through one eye at a time,  After my very short bout with this singular vision, I am in total admiration of everyone who can do twice as much with one eye. I hope you crochet lots in 2010 Smiley

ROTFL!

Mad Eye Moody! Yep, that's exactly what I thought.

What did you use for the appendages on eyeclops? I'd love to make one of these up for a stocking stuffer for my husband. LOL!
Troublet: How about "Mad Eye Woo-dy"? hmm, maybe not...

For the arms, legs and lashes, I used plastic twist ties and twisted them with my fingers and some pliers! Thanks for asking Smiley
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