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1  Umi Bunny amigurmi in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by denika on: May 26, 2008 05:48:37 PM

A little bunny who loves the sea...

Umi is a fuzzy little blue/green colored bunny amigurumi. She also has lovely little felt flower cutouts around her eyes.

She is crocheted with various synthetic yarns and sits 6.5 inches tall from bottom to ear tip.
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2  Kiekko Tori (amigurumi) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by denika on: April 07, 2007 08:00:05 PM

Kiekko is an adorable little pistachio bird amigurumi with with a white felt tummy. Her body and feet have been crocheted. She sits 4.5 in.
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3  Tanshou Usagi (amigurumi) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by denika on: April 07, 2007 07:59:01 PM

This adorable little critter is my latest experiment in amigurumi cutness. He is hand crocheted with crochet thread and fuzzy yarn.He is 3.5" tall from his tiny little feet to the tips of his perky ears.  Smiley Smiley Smiley Smiley
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4  Sweet Feet Bunny in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by denika on: February 10, 2007 02:07:38 PM
Sweet Feet is an adorable pistachio colored bunny with felted blue details. Her body has been crocheted and her ears are felted along with her nose, stomach, tail and feet. She sits 7.25 in. from her ears to her rump.

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5  Amigurumi Bear in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by denika on: February 10, 2007 02:01:50 PM
Daisuke Bear is a psychedelic little bear with a pistachio felt nose, feet pads and tummy. His body has been crocheted with wool blend yarn and his eyes are plastic safety locked. He stands 7 in. from his ears to his toes (does not stand on his own).

I have been experimenting with making puffy cheeks on my amigurumis and I think this guy turned out pretty well.

I have also started felting parts right onto the dolls instead of sewing them.
Warning! it only works with 100% wool or blend yarn and 100% wool or blend felt.

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6  adorable green bunny in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by denika on: October 14, 2006 10:07:47 PM
Yellow wool/cotton blend and green acrylic fun fur have been crocheted together to create this sweet girl. She has plastic lock-back eyes and cotton floss details. She sits about 6 inches high at the tip of her ear.

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7  Along came a spider... in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by denika on: September 26, 2006 03:14:23 PM

This gorgeous spooky brooch features a midnight blue disk of wool blend felt embroidered with a lovely spider's web in metallic silver folss. Dangling from the center on a 3.5" silver plated chain is a beautiful brown patterned spider hand painted on shrink plastic.

The felt circle is approximately 2" in diameter and the spider measures just under that. A bar pin has been secured with Fabric-Tac and sewn between 2 layers of felt to ensure this beauty lasts.
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8  Vintage Buttons and Crochet! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by denika on: September 22, 2006 05:03:14 PM
Could there be a better crafty combination?!

I have so many great red vintage buttons I need to think of some good color combinations to make use of them. The standard red and black is going to bore me real quick.

Any ideas on new red+ combos? This is my take on red and blue. It's a super long necklace that can be worn in several variations and as a bracelet.
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9  Button bracelets with designer color combinations in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by denika on: July 14, 2006 10:01:12 AM
I've been making button bracelets for a couple of years now but I had been doing it the hard way and making my own clasps out of wire. Thanks to Creative Kismet's great tutorial for a more simple closure solution (smacking myself in the forehead about this one) they are prettier than ever with metallic embroidery floss.


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10  Re: How's Your etsy Shop Doing? in Selling Crafts on Etsy.com by denika on: January 02, 2006 10:38:51 AM
My fiance and I started our shop on Nov. 29. So far we have sold 4 items but we only had 8 on there until yesterday anyway so I would say that is a pretty good ratio. My fiance also took third place in the Amigurumi competition ( http://blog.etsy.com/?p=54 ) so that  was a great moral booster for him. We make sure to advertise by posting our finished crafts on crafster, blogging about it on our website which gets pretty good traffic, and posting on a friends blog that has a good readership.

Hmm...I also have a friend/old boss who has an extremely successful blog ( http://zia.blogs.com/wastedbirthcontrol/ ). She manages an art shop at my alma mater ( www.moore.edu )  and might plugg etsy for me since I painted this awesome birdhouse for her as a house warming present.

I have purchased one thing on etsy so far but unfortunately I am not happy about it. It was a Christmas present for Dennis (my other crafty half) and was purchased on time but the seller screwed up and switch items between my and one other buyer. I sent the other buyer's stuff to him right away but I hear he went out of town and behold it is January 2 with still no present for my baby. I may have to ask for a refund at this point and send the item back to the seller if I ever get it.

http://www.vagrantaesthetic.etsy.com    http://vagrantaesthetic.com
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