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Apak

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    Halloween Buddies

    Oh they are super cute!!!!
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    Trio of Harvest Angels

    They are all beautiful!
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    Christmas elfin by #dollsbydiana

    I can imagine how many hours you spent on her, but definitely every minute was worth the effect!
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    Straps & Keychain & Cord Detanglers

    That's so clever idea. Good job! 👍
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    Hawaiian girl

    My friend's biggest dream is to visit Hawaii and she's crazy about everything Hawaiian. I wanted to make something for her and made that doll. I'm happy to say my friend loved it. Generally I followed the pattern for Audrey Doll by Jessica Doering but I used very wise trick to avoid floppy head - I found it in "Mina doll pattern" on A Yarnful Day blog. I made up the skirt and flowers on my own. The doll is about 20 cm tall. I used cotton Jeans yarn.
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    Hawaiian girl

    I found some clues how to make it here: https://ayarnfulday.blogspot.com/2018/04/mina-doll-pattern.html Here is a pic of my doll before making the head; My daughter thought it's finished and she said: "Oh I love it! isn't it a Cyclops? I've never had a Cyclops!!!" I made a head on the part that looks like a collar. it works!
  7. Aloha! Finally I have something bigger to show: Hawaiian girl I made for my friend. I put it on her desk at school on the first day. She was happy I wrote more here:https://forum.crochetville.com/topic/160629-hawaiian-girl/
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    Gnome Family

    Adorable!
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    Filet Table Runner

    Wow! It's beautiful!!!
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    Harvest Angel

    Very pretty!
  11. The throw is beautiful, judianne! Gardener, the potholders will be well used, I'm sure I'm not into crocheting as much as I thought I would in the summer - renovating at home and at school makes me a bit tired of everything... But yesterday I started tiny thread purple butterflies for my brother's wedding. They want 250 of them to give as wedding favors. I already have 6 . But my aunt helps too and the wedding is in October, so we'll do. I hope.
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    Thank You FGM

    In the middle of the chaos made of: house renovating, going back from the trip (me) and packing and leaving for a summer camp (my kids and me) - some wonderful surprise appeared. A box full of items stright from crafter's heaven! Thank you, my MS FGM, for your amazing gifts! They let me stop for a moment in the rush - and enjoy such a great present!
  13. Great works everyone! I'm on a summer camp with kids and everyone got their new friends- little octopus. Kids were in 7th heaven 😍
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    Ugly Sweater Ornaments

    Wow, they are so cute! I can't imagine how it's possible to knit something so small with all those color changes and ornaments!
  15. Here is the octopus for 2 weeks old Lena, my friend's first child
  16. Graduation afghan is wonderful! The crazy colors are perfect! I've just finished the big octopus today - well, not so big, just for a newborn baby, but bigger than my key-ring octopi I wonder if it's an Octopi Year for me? I make other projects, but I've made many many many octopi.... Kids have fun
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    Poodle eyeglass holder

    It's cute! My mum told me there were popular poodle bottle covers (almost half a century ago, because I don't remember them ) like that - just instead of a ball for a head you make a tube to cover the bottle. I like your poodle too
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    Bird Nest

    Probably it's a new kind of bird - a crocheter bird. She couldn't make a nest without a hook, so you could either make a nest for her or leave a small hook... Lucky her to have you!
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    Cloud no.9 Shawl

    Beautiful! It's so delicate as the colors change!
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    Early Holiday Towel Toppers

    Beautiful! They will make great gifts!
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    Funky 50's bag

    It's beautiful!
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    if you give a moose a muffin....

    ....well, then you probably know the consequences... Some time ago some Special Person gifted me three books from the series "if you give...". My daughter loved them. I had a mouse crocheted for another book and I used to present the story to my pre-school kids (I teach them English). They enjoyed it a lot and couldn't wait to see the moose book. I was very busy and didn't have time to make the moose, so I took a moose toy from my daugter's shelf. I was surprised because the kids were DISAPPOINTED and told me: Why don't you have the crocheted moose? Why didn't you make one??? I didn't realize they could notice the difference and appreciate something hand made, something different. I told them the moose was too shy to visit them and I'd try to encourage him next time. So I spent last weekend crocheting a moose... The pattern is by Sharon Ojala - Amigurumi To Go. It's free and you can find it here: http://www.amigurumitogo.com/2015/06/amigurumi-moose-pattern-free.html Of course, now the kids wait for a pig and a pancake...
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