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51  Sweater, scarf, caplet and socks!!! in Knitting: Completed Projects by Rousseline on: November 16, 2010 06:54:13 AM
As I often do, I post in bulk. Here are a couple of knitting projetcts I did in the last months.

Here is a gray sweater I made from a pattern called "Cadet Sublime" with Sublime yarn. The yarn is really soft and looks luxurious. The pattern is, by far, the most complicated I ever did, with the V's and decreasing while following the V's pattern.

This is a scarf I made from Woolly Bully yarn. It is the coolest yarn I ever worked with. It changes colour as you go along and it changes size too. It is done in simple 1 knit, 1 purl, to show the yarn! I'm sorry about the blurry pic, it's the only one I have...

This is a simple caplet I made from a pattern from the book "Gifted". It is a little bit too short, but still cute!

And last but not least, a pair of socks with super big yarn... I can't remember the name! I found the pattern with the yarn. I'm not thrilled with the way the heel is done, but it doesn't matter, these socks are so comfy!

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52  Re: One Tiny Zelda Thing Swap GALLERY! in The Swap Gallery by Rousseline on: October 12, 2010 06:28:50 PM
I received my package today from Distant_Twilight and I was soooooooo excited! It's a necklace, a bracelet and earrings based on the different stones and Navi from Ocarina of Time. I love them all and can't wait to wear them to school!

(I know I'm posting too many pictures for nothing, but I can't help it!)

Here is a shot of the whole package.

The necklace.

Action shot of the necklace. It's so detailed, I can't believe it!

The bracelet.

Action shot of the bracelet, it's so cute!

And last but not least, the Navi earrings!

Love all the package and particularely the necklace, it looks soooooooo good and is so detailed, it's crazy!!!!


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53  A lot of different amigurumis... picture heavy! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Rousseline on: September 12, 2010 11:13:50 AM
Hi! I tend to post in bulk, because I am lazy. Here is 7 amigurumis I made all from patterns in books or on the Web.

This one is a corporate zombie from the book "Creepy Cute Crochet" that is now on my boyfriend's desk at work.

This sheep is from a pattern from "Harugurumi" website. Here is a link to the pattern: http://harugurumi.blogspot.com/2008/02/baby-sheep-free-pattern.html
I made this sheep for a friend because I lost a bet on the sex of another friend's unborn baby. It doesn't look exactly like in the pattern because I didn't have enough white yarn, so I made the body smaller.

This bird is from Crochet Today. I did it for myself! It looks sad a little bit, but I find it cute that way.

I made this dragon for a friend's birthday, from a pattern from Angry Angel. It was a hit!

The fireflower and the bob-omb are from pattern by Linda Potts, posted by Wolfdreamer. Here is the link to the site: http://wolfdreamer-oth.blogspot.com/2009/08/fireflower.html

The last one is actually the first amigurumi I ever made! It is a slime from Dragon Quest, from a pattern on the "Shh, I'm counting" website. It doesn't look exactly like the pattern though. Here is the link to the pattern: http://arpelia.blogspot.com/2008/03/slime-amigurumi.html

Sooooo, that's it! What do you think?

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54  A lot of scarves... and other things... in Crochet: Completed Projects by Rousseline on: July 16, 2010 07:05:41 AM
There was a time when I wasn't obsessed with crocheting and knitting... but this time is passed and now I have always a thousand projects on my list... And not enough time to post them all Tongue

Here is some scarves that I did for my friend, mainly from a Bernat pattern. Some are "action shots", but I didn't always have someone to pose for me...

Here is a shawl that I did when I realised that my friend's birthday was in a couple of days and I didn't have anything for her...

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55  Baby package! in Crochet: Completed Projects by Rousseline on: May 21, 2010 02:50:59 PM
Here is the baby package I made for one of my friends who is due any day now!

Here is a close-up of the little ducky I crocheted using a pattern from Lion Brand (I think) and Vanna's choice yarn.

The blanket was crocheted from a pattern from a Katia "Qu Facil" pattern magazine, no. 46. I really should have blocked it, I regret it now...

The last piece is obviously knitted and not crocheted. I used a super-old pattern that my mother had when I was myself a baby.

She loved the package and her favorite was the duck. What do you think?
Thanks for looking!

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56  Socks, socks and more socks! in Knitting: Completed Projects by Rousseline on: May 21, 2010 02:31:28 PM
Here is some pairs of socks I knitted since I saw a girl on the bus knitting socks and I tought it looked like so much fun!

This is my favorite pair, done from a Bernat free pattern called "Knit socks for the family" and mostly Vanna's choice yarn. I love the coloured stripes!

This pair was made with a pattern from the book "Love to knit" (Browyn Loventhal). I like the colours on it and the native vibe it has (if you understand what I mean Tongue), but I'm not in love with the actual sock pattern. The stitches are kind of loose at the top and the heel looks a little bit awkward. I have to redo the same socks but using the Bernat pattern for the heel and toes.

These were also done with the "Love to knit" pattern (before I discovered the Bernat one). I tried to make a Dracky from the Dragon Quest games.

These are the last ones I have to show for now. I don't remember what pattern I used though. The yarn is really super soft, which is comfortable, but dangerous on a hard-wood floor!

Thanks for looking!

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57  Frog Ipod cover in Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller by Rousseline on: April 16, 2010 06:42:00 PM
Here is a frog I made using the pattern for the cat Ipod case.

I didn't do the plastic cover on the underside, but I regret it now, since it would have been really useful. I'll do it on the next one for sure!
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58  Moogle Hat! in Crochet: Completed Projects by Rousseline on: April 11, 2010 12:28:53 PM
My first creation (meaning the first project I did without following a pattern!) My boyfriend and I are huge geeks and we thought that a hat in the shape of a Moogle head (from the Final Fantasy serie) would look super cute, even if it is a little bit ridiculous.  Grin

For the people who know about Moogles, I used an image of a Moogle from Kingdom Hearts for the proportions, colors and details.

Here is the hat... I might need a stand or something instead of a Eeyore teddy bear...

And here is my boyfriend, proudly wearing the hat!

The only tricky thing to do was to get the pompom holder to stick straight in the air. I ended up having to put cardboard inside the hat to make kind of a stand for the pompom holder. The important thing is that it works!
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59  Owly Owl in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Rousseline on: April 09, 2010 11:44:00 AM
Here is a little owl I did using a pattern from Lion Brand Yarn. The eyes are not exactly like in the pattern, but it is still cute.

I used Vanna's choice yarn in the same colours as in the pattern, because I happenend to have it already, so it was perfect! I used a size 5.5 mm crochet hook (I don't know the equivalents in letters by heart) which is a little bit bigger than what they were proposing. I crochet super thight naturally, so it works for me.
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60  A little bear... umm mouse! in Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller by Rousseline on: April 09, 2010 11:33:46 AM
This is a little mouse I did following the pattern in The Happy Hooker. His name is Louis the Mouse (named by one of my friend, I personally wanted to name it Mousy Soft-Head, because I didn't fill the head enough compared to the body Tongue )

It was supposed to be a bear, but my cotton was too thick compared to the other yarn and when I made the face, I realised it looked like a mouse. So I rolled with it and made bigger ears.

Also, the picture is really dark, I should have taken it with a lighter background... Sorry!
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