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About Apak

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  • Birthday 06/02/1977


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  • Location
    Poznan, Poland
  • Interests
    crocheting, reading, cross stitch
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  • How long have you been crocheting?
    2002, but I learnt about 1987
  • Favorite things to crochet
    thread crochet + yarn: baby dresses & blankets

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  1. Apak

    Pig (If you give....)

    Some people ( my DD, my teacher friend) kept asking when the Pig from the book "If you give a pig a pancake" would be ready. To be honest - it took me quite a long time to start. But finally - there she is. I planned to leave her as you can see in the pic with the book. But my kids said she definitely needed some clothes, so I made her the skirt. I used the pattern "Little pig" by lilleliis.
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    He's cute! Angel pets seems to be quite original idea Maybe he'll make friends with my new Pig
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    Tenney's New Dress

    Beautiful! Now there's no chance you're free from making more clothes until doll's wardrobe is full 😁
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    Adorable! You can say this bunny is definitely ready for spring!
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    Moose Lovey

    It's adorable! But I hope she knows what can happen "If you give a moose a muffin"...😁
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    hats for school kids

    Great hats! There's always someone who will appreciate one when it's cold.
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    February 2019 Table

    Beautiful, cheerful table!
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    Treasure Boxes

    They are so delicate and beautiful! well done!
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    Snowman and reindeer

    They are sooo cute!
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    Thank you!
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    My "Red Candy Cane" :)

    Not crochet, but still craft! it's pretty and I'm glad your computer cooperates with you 😀
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    My first Deco Mesh "SANTA WREATH" :)

    The wreath is great!
  13. And last but not least - the dreamcatchers. Also for the fair. More pics here: https://forum.crochetville.com/topic/160916-dreamcatchers/
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    I enjoyed making them. The best part is they don't need starching 😁 First I couldn't decide on ribbons. Those dreamcatcher here are about 15cm in diameter and I made them for the Christmas fair at my kids' school. But before I made bigger ones and I didn't add ribbons. The biggest dreamcatcher I made is 40cm in diameter and it hangs on my window and looks like a huge snowflake ornament (but I have no pic of it yet).