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A Few Things About Me

  • Short bio
    Me likes 2 crochet
  • Location
    In a land far, far away...
  • Hobbies
    writing, drawing, crocheting...
  • Favorite hook type
  • Favorite projects
    toys and accessories
  • Crocheting since...
    Since I was 9 years old
  1. Thanks for all the comments, you guys!! I'm glad my pattern had helped some of you out!!
  2. miller3602


    I've made lots of rings!! Via this CrochetToday pattern. They were all made from size 10 crochet thread. The pink one was made upon request from my friend. The pink is ring #1, the rainbow is ring #2 and the blue is ring #3. Lemme know what you think!!
  3. Here is the bear hat I made!! I used a J hook and some black/grey/white varigated Red Heart yarn to make the hat. The ears are made with chocolate Simply Soft yarn. I based the hat on this pattern. But I did have to make it 6 rounds shorter than the pattern says, and I added ear flaps. I really like the hat and I've gotten a lot of comments on it. Let me know what you think!! p.s. I know I haven't been on in a LOOONG time since I haven't crocheted since July 4th. But if it make you feel any better, I've just recently decided to take up crocheting again!!
  4. I used an E hook w/ Red Heart, then a K hook and finally a G. I guess you can say I'm not normal!
  5. OMG I love it! Especially the spine! THANKS!!
  6. Here are some tipd from Midds---thank you! Head & Body 16. stuff body 27. I think you need a dec round here. The order of things is a bit off. I think you need to make the feet before the spine. Feet 6. I think you should end with a sl st in the next st to give it a more finished off look. Spine Did you intend for the repeat to be done in the same st. I didn't do mine that way. I did the sc in one st, ch 2 and then sc in the next st which worked out fine. Assembly Since you would be moving the spine part you could if you wanted remove the "Next, crochet on the spine."
  7. Perfect for your little one! You can find pics here: http://stormy61.proboards107.com/index.cgi?board=looking&action=display&thread=275 J Bear Coin Purse J A Pattern by miller3602 The perfect little change keeper for your toddler or preschooler! PLEASE DO NOT DUPLICATE THIS PATTERN IN ANY WAY! IT IS FOR YOUR OWN PERSONAL USE. YOU MAY SELL THE ITEMS MADE FROM THIS PATTERN, BUT ONLY WITH “PATTERN FROM miller3602” NEXT TO IT. Thank you! Materials Worsted Weight yarn in bear color and eye/nose color Size D (3-3.75mm) hook Tapestry Needle Scissors Instructions 1. Ch 2, 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook (6) 2. 2 sc in each sc around (12) 3. *1 Sc in 1st st, 2 in next* around (18) 4-8. Sc in each st around (18) 9. *sc in 1st st, dec over next 2* around (12) Fold your bear in half so that the loop that is currently on your hook is on the side. 10. 5 dc in next st, skip a st, sl st in next 4, 5 dc in next st, skip a st, sl st. 11. Ch 100 (or more) and sl st in stich right next to previous st. Fasten off, weave in the ends. FINAL NOTES Embroider your face and nose on your bear and he is finished! If you would like a cat, make the facial features like this: ^_^ with whiskers. Or, add your own face! Either way, who ever gets this little guy will love it! Enjoy! PATTERN BY miller3602. Email me with questions or comments at miller3602@yahoo.com.
  8. One of the first Ami's I made was a poo! Except I made it in white and created a cone for the bottom to make ice cream. I think I still have it...
  9. miller3602

    My First Amis!

    Really cool! I love the cupcakes!
  10. Cool! Hey, are you doing a kitten for every star sign? If so, I can't wait for Scorpio! (Hey, that rhymed! )
  11. :DAwww! So cute! I'm glad you like my pattern,
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