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« on: June 30, 2012 11:36:26 AM »

Reducio!

Luna Love good wanted to be smaller. The dirigible Plums would be bigger and then the Nargles might not be so pesky if they didn't notice her smaller items. SHe is no less adorable and strangely unique when smaller, in fact she's even cuter. I enjoy her this way, i'm sure others will also. I know my Tiny Harry Potter swap-partner did.

Luna is crocheted with an E hook (3.25mm) using acrylic yarn in black, white and cream. Her blue eyes are glass, her mouth embroidered in dusty pink. I hand crafted her plum earrings, beaded her necklace my self and fashioned her Butterbeer Cork out of polymer as well as her wand. She comes with her gray crocheted scarf, Ravenclaw House robes, tie and Spell book. I also made her a mini Thestral with shrinky plastic as well as her famous Spectrespecs with The Quibbler. I plan on making a whole cast of Harry potter characters if I could only find the time. Wink

Luna and her belongings. Her earrings and a pet Pygmy Puff.


Luna's necklace, wand, scarf, mini Thestral, and the bag she carried in the movie with a quibbler and glasses.


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Awkward Worm
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2012 11:57:08 AM »

This is amazing! I especially love the little Quibbler!
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ukiqio
« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2012 03:08:46 AM »

I love the detail you did on her. So neat and beautiful Cheesy
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« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2012 09:01:38 AM »

Oh dear, you certainly took better pictures of her than I did. Anyways, she is just as amazing in person! And such high level of skill! Silly Luna, casting a Reducio charm on herself. Thanks again, and I hope your package arrives safely.
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« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2012 10:24:12 AM »

Awkward Worm: Thank you. Her Quibbler is printed since I didn't want to lose any detail and my hands were especially shaky and painful after the tiny crochet that week. I coated it in modge podge (matt) and added two tiny sheets of paper inside for stability.

Thanks ukiqio. I really wanted to do more but I felt if I made more it would take away from the amigurumi Luna it's self. Smiley

Of course, you are welcome Critter. I enjoyed making her so small. I suppose I liked the challenge at trying hard to create replicas as small as I could. I hope to make more and build my own little tiny Order of the Phoenix.  Wink

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