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11  Re: kansas ice storm in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by JillianJ1016 on: January 05, 2008 10:21:20 AM
Yea I took a lot of pictures during that storm too, we didn't have power for four days so there wasn't much else to do! The pictures are so crazy because everything has such a ethereal look to it. I live in Salina by the way.

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12  Cauldron (IMG heavy) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by JillianJ1016 on: December 22, 2007 11:11:02 AM
For this quarter in English I made the cauldron from Macbeth, I crocheted all the little ingredients for the potion and the cauldron, and the logs, and the flames. The flames are a chained line sewed on to the cauldron. There is tooth of wolf, wing of howlet (baby owl), fillet of snake, eye of newt, wool of bat, poisoned entrails, tongue of snake, tongue of dog, and my favorite liver of a blaspheming Jew(you can only see the Jew liver in the first pic, sorry) ! You can guess which is which in the pictures!

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13  Re: Post your unusual flower pictures here! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by JillianJ1016 on: December 08, 2007 11:20:08 AM
I took this last spring, it's blossoms from one of our apricot trees, there were a lot of bees around and even though I am totally afraid of them I wanted to get a good picture!
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14  First Finished Scarf in Knitting: Completed Projects by JillianJ1016 on: November 24, 2007 08:43:54 PM
I have know how to knit for about four years, but knitting and I have never really gotten along, and about two years ago I learned how to crochet and I got stuck on it right away. Well, I decided to actually finish a knitted scarf, the first one I made turned into a purse because I got bored! I finally finished it this summer and it is one of my new favorite scarfs and the only one I've ever knit. It is about seven feet long, and its made from two different yarns, one it kind of furry but also has another strand with little baubles on it, and the other is some plain yellow yarn.

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15  Really Long Scarf in Crochet: Completed Projects by JillianJ1016 on: October 23, 2007 07:22:20 PM
I made this during my sewing class because I didn't feel like doing what I was supposed to be doing. My teacher knits a lot and she didn't like how this yarn looked knitted (neither did I) so she put it in the back of her room for the students to use and since it was the only nice yarn there I thought I would use it. It turned out to be really cute and I like how the yarn looked crocheted much better!

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16  Elephant Bib in Crochet: Completed Projects by JillianJ1016 on: October 23, 2007 07:13:12 PM
This is a bib I made a long time ago either before my nephew was born or right after and it seemed to kind of be impractical. I was wanting a picture of it because I didn't have any so my sister got it out to take a picture and it turned into one of my nephew's new favorite toys. I don't remember where I got the pattern from but its out there somewhere!

I just got some pictures of my nephew wearing it so I thought I would post them!

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17  Poseidon in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by JillianJ1016 on: September 23, 2007 10:26:52 AM
For English I had to make a Greek project and I wanted to crochet something so I made a list of characters I could make and Poseidon seemed like the most fun. This is my first Amigurumi that I've ever made so I'm pretty happy with the results. I got the pattern for the body from http://stitch.hellooperator.net/free-patterns/amigurumi-doll/amigurumi-doll-pattern-charts/
it is a really great pattern, I used a bigger hook so he's about two feet tall I think, I free handed the toga and the trident, I had to cut up a couple of hangers to put in the trident so it would bend. I don't want to give him to my teacher he is so cute and fun to hold, but I think that now I know how to make him better I'll make another.

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18  Re: Prosthetic beard. in Crochet: Completed Projects by JillianJ1016 on: February 28, 2007 01:49:04 PM
For my English final last year I had to do a skit in which I was Curly from Of Mice and Men in the book he has a beard so I decided it would be a good idea to crochet one. It is really funny looking. I made loops on the ends to hook around my ears to keep it on.

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19  Cute Stripy Hat in Crochet: Completed Projects by JillianJ1016 on: June 25, 2006 04:59:57 PM
I got this really cute yarn at the local yarn shop and I finally used it today to make this cute hat!

Here it is on me:

And here it is laying flat:

Thanks for all coments and complements!!!
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20  My "Mesh" Bag in Crochet: Completed Projects by JillianJ1016 on: June 07, 2006 02:56:04 PM
I was going to make this tank top cover type thingy that I got from a free pattern from here: http://www.nyyarns.com/free_patterns/tropicalsilk2.pdf , but I decided I didn't want to half way through! I didn't want all the work I did to go to waste so I made it into a bag! Here is my "mesh" bag!!!

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