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1  baby/chibi vulpix in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by earless owl on: January 06, 2012 10:29:26 AM

I made it as Christmas present for my sister!

Though you can't see it, it only has 5 tails. I like to think it's because it's a baby! But there IS room for another tail. I just didn't make it because I was sick and also running out of time to finish it.

Pattern is no longer available.
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2  amigurumi (img heavy) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by earless owl on: January 29, 2011 03:24:01 PM
hihi :3 I just realized I haven't posted in about a year.  Embarrassed

here's what I made this month. they're all about 3" tall and made with vanna's choice & red heart yarn.

I made these in 2010:

thanks for looking! :3
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3  Elefante, Garden Snail, and a Bear :D in Knitting: Completed Projects by earless owl on: December 31, 2009 06:45:51 PM
This is all the knitting I got done this month! :3

I used Vanna's Choice Baby in Pink Poodle, Aqua, and Mint. It took me over a week to finish. Tongue
I used this pattern: http://susanbanderson.blogspot.com/2007/04/page-18-elefante.htm
(Except for the ears, I had to modify them a bit because I didn't have the right hook size.)

Garden Snail from the Amigurumi Knits book:

Yep, same yarn as before! Cheesy

This one only took me 2 days to finish, I think.
The shell is really fun to make :3

And here's my bear.
I've been trying to knit one (without pattern) for a while and
this is the only one that came out ok.

And here it is with a leafy & a tiny crocheted froggy.

I used 3.5mm needles and yarn from KnitPicks Cheesy
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4  My bunnies! (yay pictures!) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by earless owl on: October 26, 2009 08:13:08 PM
I just had to share them here...  Embarrassed
I like bunnies. I've crocheted a few before
but I was never really happy with them.
But I <3 these!

I'm surprised that they can sit on their own without falling over. Cheesy
They're approx. 4" tall (ears down to butt).

(Yes, they do have tails~! Cheesy You can barely see it ^)

And... This is my sketch!

I used felt for the eyes & stitched on the nose and mouth to get an idea
of how it'd look while I waited for my 15mm safety eyes to arrive!

It turned out that the nose & mouth looked weird with the safety eyes
(I thought so...  Undecided)

So I tried many different ones and decided to do something smaller
(and more adorable)!

...I'm hoping to make some kitties, bears, and puppies with a similar
design... later. :3
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5  shrinky dinks yay in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by earless owl on: September 29, 2009 10:23:45 AM
I've wanted them for a long time and
I finally bought them a few days ago!!

They're so fun Cheesy

I just made these last night:

Kitty vampires!

I didn't like watching it in the oven. Tongue I was convinced
they were going to come out skewed or something!

They're about 1" tall. You can't really tell in the pictures,
but the first one is colored a bit different.

I hope to make more to give as necklaces & earrings for my
friends Smiley

But of course~ I made lots and lots of pandas first
to test things out.

Only a few got too skinny or a bit skewed.  

And after those, I made some birdy earrings.
I was really happy that they didn't come out too weird! Cheesy

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thanks for reading Cheesy
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6  my tiny fox :D in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by earless owl on: September 19, 2009 03:01:27 AM
Hi!! Good morning!

Here it is:


I've wanted to make a fox for a while but I forgot I had orange yarn... Tongue
I loved making it. I took so many breaks but it probably didn't take me more than
5 hours to finish it.


I absolutely love the tail! It's so adorable Cheesy I made it poseable! And I also
made it jointed because I couldn't decide if I wanted to sew it pointing
up or to the side. Cheesy


I haven't measured it yet but it fits in my hand perfectly! Cheesy
Hopefully I can make another soon! I have uneven number of safety eyes now. XD

Here's a slightly better view of the tail... though you can't see the shaping
very well Sad


Thank you for looking! <3
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7  baby dragons!! :D in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by earless owl on: June 15, 2009 03:45:12 PM

I had this sketched out weeks ago and I finally got felt last week.

Each one took me over 20 hours. I'm kinda new to sewing felt so I took my time... lol.

They are approximately 4.5" tall. (The green one is slightly taller! :O)

And I used Vannas Choice Baby yarn. I really like it, its very soft.

i hope they are cute enough :3 they're fun to make.
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8  I'm been working on these... in Crochet: Completed Projects by earless owl on: April 27, 2009 07:27:52 PM
I finally made myself a bag. I just put my DS and wallet in it~

The embroidery took me a while. I had no fancy pens so
it's all freehand.

The green is more accurate in this picture. ^

But I thought you might want to see the details a bit better:

I also made some newborn booties! They're so fun to make! :D

They are over 3" in length.
Still trying to find a baby for these lol

And now I'm working on this for someone:

She didn't have any particular design in mind. She wanted
something mainly black, pink & easy to carry around.

The front is shell stitch & I had no fancy buttons
so I made the rose.

Hopefully she'll like it...
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9  Green Penguin! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by earless owl on: April 17, 2009 04:06:22 PM

What do you think?

It's my second time doing color changes like that.
I didn't use a pattern because I wanted to figure it out on my own. :D

Sorry, I don't have any more pictures.
I had to give him to my friend today.

But there's also the WIP picture:

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10  I need some help picking the right shades... in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by earless owl on: April 14, 2009 08:14:54 PM
I want to embroider an outline of an animal on my glove.

But I'm not so sure what shades will work.

Even if I have all the time in the world to compare
in store, I always end up picking the wrong
ones.  Tongue

I'm looking for a blue/turquoise, orange, and some
red that will stand out nicely.

Which ones do you think would work?

I'd like to have a top 3 of each, just so I have
others to fall back on.

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