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  1. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/akua-bird-mask-necklace There’s a red cardinal who has become my friend. He let me watch him and sang/spoke, so now I know what their song is. There used to be a female who watched me through my kitchen window. They inspired this bird mask. Masked balls, Mardi Gras, Halloween, cosplay, this imaginative mask will fit many imaginative occasions. It lends itself to embellishment and many colors. The smaller, child size, makes a lovely neckpiece as well as a mask. The pattern includes a recipe for homemade fiber stiffener, as an alternative to commercial products. **Adult** 12” x 8”/30.5cm x 20.3cm G hook/4mm 1.5 oz/42.5 g worsted weight yarn Gauge 4 rows/5 sc = 1” **Child/Necklace** 10” x 6”/25.4cm x 15.24cm F hook/3.75 0.8oz/22.7g DK weight yarn Gauge 6 rows/6 sc = 1”/25.4mm 20-gauge nontarnishing brass/copper/tin wire approx 1 yard/1m wire cutters, pliers **Optional** Stitch markers Ribbon/ lace for ties Beads/jewels for bird eye embellishments Fabric Stiffener Skill Level: advanced beginner Format Available: pdf Pattern Style: written
  2. Spock/Elf EarWarmers I've watched every incarnation of Star Trek since it was black and white. This design joins my sci-ft hats as my homage to that enduring vision of an evolved humanity. Tools and materials Adult 4” x 2.75” Worsted weight yarn 0.4 oz G hook 4 mm H hook 5 mm Tapestry or yarn needle Child size DK yarn G hook 4mm F hook 3.75mm Optional Stitch marker Number of Testers Needed : Two. One for Adult and one for Child Size Skill Level: advanced beginner: working in the round, increases, decreases Format Available: pdf Pattern Style: written Need digital photo of FO? yes Comments and questions: via PM or Email only Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 1 hour Deadline: October 24, 2011 Tester Experience: experienced testers preferred Tester Responsibilities Make two ear warmers. Take picture. Report on fit (and adjustment instructions, if needed). Identify any typos/errors. Report on yardage/weight and dimensions. For child size: size achieved and fit. Compensation free copy of final pattern
  3. Akua's Christmas Tree Pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/akuas-christmas-tree-pattern This crocheted Christmas Tree pattern invites your hook and hands to celebrate the season in this fun design. Hard to pinpoint a level, but given what I've seen called intermediate, this is intermediate, though an advanced beginner with a clear grasp of the fundamentals could make this. It's very adaptable-- you could size it up -- or make it smaller. Instructions for how to enlarge it are there. The pattern tree, six inches, is not stuffed, but is open-- the structure provides its own support. The smaller tree is 4 inches. This pattern also works as a baby hat. Included are instructions for a tiny star and as a bonus, instructions for a tiny tree. The tiny tree can provide more than decor, since it's stuffed, it makes a great toy, too.
  4. Leaves necklace this season-spanning drawstring purse. Large enough to carry today’s essentials: cellphone, id, pen, makeup, toiletries, but small and light, it may be made smaller by felting. Unfelted, it measures 8.5” wide by 6.5” high. The straps were made 4 feet long so the bag may hang across the body. You may want them shorter, or explore other options for straps. Many color combinations will work to evoke each season and adorn any occasion. It has a texture band across the middle that could function as a color band accent as well as a textural one. From campus to concert, from work to play, this design is ready to go your way. Construction: bottom-up, one piece, worked in the round Tools G hook/4.5 mm Stitch marker Materials 143 yds worsted weight main color 110 yards ww yarn in contrast Shown in Knitpicks wool of the Andes http://www.knitpicks.com/patterns/Leaf_Bagette_Crochet_Pattern__D10601220.html
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