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61  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Discussion and Questions / Re: Baby's first amigurumi? on: April 15, 2011 04:33:32 AM
You could always go with a blanket/stuffy combo, altered with colors and a heart or two. Something like this for example. As far as filling concerns nobody in our family has ever had any issues with the baby eating stuffing as long as the stitches weren't so big the baby could dig through it, even then perhaps something eco-friendly or stuffed inside a fabric insert first then into the yarn.
62  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: My mini mushroom house village! on: April 15, 2011 04:22:31 AM
My goodness! Fantastic work, such detail! My hands would be cramping up trying to do something like this.
63  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Azumaril for Easter :D on: April 15, 2011 04:19:13 AM
I wish I could wake up with a basket and this in the middle, surrounded by chocolate! This is so adorable! >w< And poke-riffic ~Nerd spazz~
64  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / First completed pattern based amigurumi! Baby Unicorn! on: April 15, 2011 04:05:49 AM
I can't post pictures yet, but I hope you don't mind looking through the links and giving me some feedback on how I can make it look better, tips, anything.


This little cutie was finished under 5 minutes ago..I'm very tired haha.



Been working on this baby for a few days now. No issue with the head, ears, or body, but the horn and legs were more of a challenge and I ended up winging it. The horn is a little longer than it was supposed to be but worked fine, and the legs were done using a magic loop and circling around until I thought it looked alright. The camera does NOT do the yarn or finished project justice. Looks much better in person.

This is my first success at using a pattern, and silly me...I forgot to keep the tails on the legs and head to sew together but remembered on the ears at least. Hope you like this! Also, if you want to give it a shot To the Free Pattern!
65  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Introduce Yourself / Greetings from Sin City! on: April 15, 2011 12:50:48 AM
Hello! I'm Debbie, a married stay-at-home wife with no children, one cat, and far too much time on my hands. I love to cook, most of my own recipes that luckily my hubby loves. I have yet again taken up crochet. I learned quite a long time ago but never managed more than scarves that came from abandoned blanket plans. I've been crocheting some little creatures as of late though after all my cleaning is done. It is a great way to spend the time! Hopefully, by the time we decide to have children, I will be able to spend a few nights and end up with blankets, large stuffed toys, and little booties that will probably get lost in the store by a foot-kicking baby.
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