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  1. In first amigurumi I made, I wanted to embroider the mouth and brows. I tried several times unsuccessfully. I came up with a method that I haven't seen anywhere else, but it helps me a lot. I take some embroidery floss and a small hook and chain a very tight chain. Then I cover the chain with some stuff from Mod Podge called stiffy. I think regular mod podge or even elmer's glue would work. I let it dry. I end up with a thin but sturdy thread that can be easily shaped and easily glued on. And it hold really well.
  2. The latest addition to my range of patterns - a really easy-to-make toddler or baby wash mitt. I hope it finds its way to a new parent somewhere and brings them some joy! Click here for the pattern in Ravelry: www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/wash-bear-mitt Click here for the pattern in Etsy: www.etsy.com/uk/listing/219420962
  3. AKUA BIRD MASK There’s a red cardinal who has become my friend. He let me see 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. Number of Testers Needed: 2 for adult size (FILLED) one to try child size Tools needed: G hook/ 4mm, yarn/tapestry needle pliers wire cutters Material needed: 1.5 oz worsted weight yarn For child size F hook For child size: dk yarn 1 yard/ 1 meter 20 gauge copper/tin/ brass nontarnishing wire For test purposes, I will forgo the wire and wire tools, though it’s important to help the mask work. Optional Stitch markers Fabric Stiffener ribbon, leather or laces for ties Skill Level: advanced beginner 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: 2.5 hours Deadline: October 24, 2011 Tester Experience: experienced testers preferred Tester Responsibilities Make the mask. Send a picture of it. Any typos or inconsistencies should be noted. Need to know the amount of time it takes, the amount and type of yarn used. ( I used some old gifted acrylic and there was no yardage on the package, so I only know the amount used by weight) Compensation free copy of final pattern
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