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« on: June 20, 2009 06:55:46 AM »

I bought Creepy cute crochet a month or 2 ago and have been absessed with making these dolls!  All faces are embroidered on (I keep forgetting to put the safety eyes in first and my hubby is creeped out by safety eyes lol)


The lady is actually made from the Queen Vampire pattern.  Her face is simply soft, dress is red heart (I think, it was stash and unlabeled), hair is Jewel box


My gargoyle is a basic body, devil's head and cuthulu's wings.  He's made out of lion brand wool-ease.


The amazon is made from simply soft.  I didn't make her weapons (the one I did make kept snapping in half when I tried attaching it) and her hair is wild but I've come to like it that way.  I'm planning on making an army of amazons in diff colors Grin


comments, questions, etc are welcomed  Grin
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« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2009 07:29:57 AM »

I got that book just some weeks ago and haven't started to try them out yet (since I have a lot of other projects to finish first) but I really do love the critters. I'm making a buch of them to hang in my nieces babys stroller. Smiley

They relly are very cute. Good job!
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« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2009 05:01:54 AM »

That'll be cute!  The patterns are kinda tricky at first, but after a couple tries I think I've gotten them down. 

I've considered sending a bunch to my BF for her daughter (especially cuthulu) but I figure I'll have to send one for EVERYONE in the household lol  My hand'll fall off. 

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