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151  Re: Doctor Who amigurumi in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Angry Angel on: April 15, 2007 09:58:38 AM
Those are so cute! Tom Baker was my favorite Dr. Who too!
Will we see a crocheted Tardis in the future???

Actually, I made a crocheted Tardis box as part of the swap. I never took pictures of it as I was finishing it up to the last minute, but here it is in the swap gallery: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=155124.10

I've finished a couple more Daleks now, a black one for my friend and a brown new series one for a personal swap.

The black one has a voice box in the head that says 'Exterminate' when you press it (it came from a Dalek birthday cake). It made it hard to stuff the head properly, so it's a little out of proportion.

I have been writing down what I'm doing, so I will try to post some kind of pattern/tutorial soon.
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152  Re: Shop the Swap Round 1 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Angry Angel on: April 15, 2007 08:40:04 AM


Welcome! All items come from a smoke free environment, I have two cats however.

Octopus pendant or keyring/bag charm. He has a loop at the top of his head which has a crochet chain through it. That can be removed and a keyring attached instead. Height to top of loop approx 2 1/2 inches, height of chain 14 inches. Cotton yarn with glass beads on legs and unidentified beads for eyes.

Crochet Marble Pendant. Clear glass marble enclosed in crocheted turquoise embroidery thread. Total length 12 inches.

Two Crocheted Pink Roses. Can be sewn onto brooch backs or hair elastics, let me know what you want. Acrylic yarn.

Photographs of sold items are in the gallery.
Brown Baby Monkey, soft and a bit fuzzy. About 5" long. Mixed wool & acrylic yarn, safety eyes. Claimed by GatorWrangler.

Blue Fuzzy Sprite. Height 3 inches, acrylic yarn, safety eyes. Sold to Asphalt Queen.

Travelling Rabbit. Height approx 4 inches, acrylic yarn. Sold to Asphalt Queen.

Green Girly Monkey, with flower and necklace. 6 inches tall, acrylic yarn & safety eyes. Sold to La_Chrystelle

Little Blue Monkey. 4 inches tall, acrylic yarn. Sold to Asphalt Queen

Green Fuzzy Moss Sprite. More green than it looks in this photo. 5" tall, acrylic yarn, safety eyes. Sold to Lunanne.

Little Gnome. He's just over 4" tall and it was really hard to get a good shot of him. He stands up nicely, but I can put a hanging loop on him or turn him into a keyring if you like. Acrylic yarn. Sold to javede, and another one to xladyluck.

In case anyone's interested, these are the things I'd buy: aprons, a small craft one with lots of pockets and a large plain one; a needle book or whatever to put my sewing needles in; a place to keep my pins, preferably with a pin cushion attached; jewelry, not earrings, and without too much metal, but almost anything else, particularly pendants. Themewise I like Sci-fi , fantasy and nature.
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153  Re: Reading Rainbow Book/Craft Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Angry Angel on: March 28, 2007 02:18:44 AM
Nice stuff! The bag looks good, and the bookmark is so pretty!

Here are pics of the things I received from swaantje, all together:

Bookmark and felted beads (see the cute little book charms?):

Other side of bookmark and the book-box the beads came in:

Outside of crochet hook roll:

Inside, already filled with my hooks:

Thanks again swaantje!
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154  Doctor Who amigurumi - Now with added Daleks on page 3! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Angry Angel on: March 11, 2007 12:59:23 PM
I made these recently for the Doctor Who swap.

I'd been meaning to make a Dalek for ages, ever since I rediscovered crochet, there's just something about a mean exterminating machine being turned into a cuddly toy that's irresistable. Now I have to make one for myself, my kids and all my fan friends!

I was really pleased at how the Tom Baker doll came out, I've never made a doll before, or done hair. He sat in my sitting room looking all cute and it was all I could do to send him to my partner!

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155  Re: Doctor Who Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Angry Angel on: February 28, 2007 03:01:25 AM
Well, the super fast crafty_karen1 was my partner, so I've already got my wonderful Doctor Who goodies!

Here's the complete haul:

Six cards, which I think I'll have to hide so I can use them for birthday cards for my boys (that's 2 little ones and my husband!), two little notebooks (one for good days, one for bad!) which I shall have a problem stopping my kids from stealing, and two magnets. These are of the Fourth Doctor and Leela, I don't know how well they've shown up in the photo, but they're very cool.

An awesome scarf, based on Romana's pink stripy one, which I love! I'ts not too big, so I won't look too obvious when I wear it!

My cat loves it too!

And last but not least, one of my requests, a case for my crochet hooks. I just love this, K-9's one of my favourites and the 'Yes Mistress' embroidery is just so cool!

Oh, and she also sent a pack of Doctor Who Top Trumps for my  boys, which is so sweet!

I'm sorry my photos aren't brilliant, but I just wanted to post them as soon as possible.

I'm really stoked, now I just have to get on and finish her stuff!
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156  Various presents, and something for me. in Crochet: Completed Projects by Angry Angel on: February 04, 2007 06:17:02 AM
I made this ipod cosy for my 16 year-old sister-in-law. I was inspired by this pouch http://www.etsy.com/view_transaction.php?transaction_id=118792  so the ears are belt loops.

The top is secured with a strap and some velcro.

I also made her this headband, from a pattern I got here https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=123009.0 and added a couple of flowers.

This is a really simple scarf I made for my brother, just long rows of hdc in a chunky yarn.

And finally, a pair of wristwarmers I made for myself to wear inside when it gets a bit cold, either crocheting or at my computer.

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157  Jayne hat in Crochet: Completed Projects by Angry Angel on: February 04, 2007 06:02:44 AM
All my friends like Firefly, and when one of them found out I could crochet she commissioned me to make a Jayne hat for another of our friends. I tried my best to make it look as much like the original as possible, and used stitches that looked a bit more knitted.

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158  Dinosaur and Doggie hat & scarf sets in Crochet: Completed Projects by Angry Angel on: February 04, 2007 05:51:35 AM
I made these for Christmas for my nephews who live in Canada (I'm in the UK). I was really pleased to get a phone call on Christmas Day to be told that the youngest was wearing his (dog), walking around on all fours and barking!

This is my older son doing the modelling. The dino hat was inspired by the ones I have seen on Craftster, but I made the scarf up myself.

This is my younger son with the doggie set.
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159  Re: most prized crochet piece. in Crochet: Completed Projects by Angry Angel on: January 14, 2007 02:05:49 AM
I love everyone's stuff! The bags are gorgeous, it's nice to make something you can use every day. I really must try to felt something.
j_en, you must keep crocheting, your star afghan is great! Really nice colours.

Well, here's my prized crochet piece, my little pet dragon.

Sorry the photo's not very good. I made him about a year ago after I'd restarted to crochet and make little toys. I love dragons and collect dragon toys, and really wanted to make one for myself. He's nice and flexible and he sits around my house in a friendly sort of way.

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160  Finger puppets in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by Angry Angel on: November 27, 2006 02:16:13 PM
Here are a few of the finger puppets I made for my children's school's Christmas bazaar. I tried to make them as simple as possible, with minimal sewing, so I could make them quickly. The mice's ears are made as you go along, so they were really easy to crochet on the go. The bats and the bees have to have their wings done separately.

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