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  1. Hello! I am trying to figure out how to get an odd shape for an amigurumi series I am making. The shape is a glaive, shown in the photo attached (the green outline is not a part of the weapon itself). I am having trouble getting the uneven curves, the butt feathers, and the resting wing shaped, as well as I am having a problem attaching the pieces to the body. If I could get some pointers on how to shape the glaive and the resting wing, that would be the most helpful as the rest I'm sure I can find a decent pattern to go off of. Sewing/attaching the pieces together is proving difficult as well, so any help with that too would be grand. Thank you so much!
  2. I discovered free-form crochet years ago and instantly fell in love with it! Shortly after that I discovered Russian crochet sites and books and saw so much of the different things that can be created from free-form crochet. I am always amazed and in awe of the fiber artist that can do this type of crochet. The items that are created from them, to me, are not just crocheted items, rather they are works of art! I want so badly to be able to do free-form crochet yet for some reason I can't seem to find the right starting point. Is there a right way to start? What are all the different joining methods? Is starting with a paper pattern the best way to start? If starting with a paper pattern is the best way to start, should i draw the patterns myself or use clothes making pattern software like they sell on a website called wild ginger? I'm a long time crocheter, I have been crocheting for 34 years. This type of crochet should be just another extension of this beautiful craft for me yet it isn't. It intimidates me. Any and all help from my fellow crocheters will be appreciated! Thank you in advance!
  3. A while ago i started to tackle the Russian motifs from Duplet magazine. It took time, tears and frogging, but i finally got the hang of it:) I used the try-out motifs to make 2 pillow covers for my daughter. Here are the results. This is the first one. The second one. The back is a lovely netting pattern from Duplet Irish Crochet issue. I'm very happy and proud of the result!
  4. All of my patterns begin freehand of course. This is my latest project with eyelash yarn. Inspired by Hedwig the snowy owl from Harry Potter.
  5. Recently finished this freeform crochet rug. It is 36" in diameter and has about 20 different yarn colors. The project started as a way to use up all of my stash yarn.
  6. I recently finished a freeform crochet rug. It is 36" in diameter and has about 20 different yarn colors. I started this project to use up all of my stash yarn...so, the yarns used include wool, acrylic, etc, The size hook I used was a 3.5mm hook. Tutorial: Crochet 3/4" diameter tubes of varying lengths and colors. Flatten the tubes and then, stitch the tubes together while twisting them in a freeform shape.
  7. :chookDescription: Three houses may be used as appliqué, amigurumi, or motifs. Created for a freeform project on healing and home. Skill Level: Intermediate Time to Complete: 20 minutes each -- one hour total for all three Deadline: June 3, 2012 Materials Needed: About 10 yards of yarn, hook two sizes smaller than recommended for yarn, tapestry/yarn needle. Other Information: Thanks! Found Three testers sought. Testers should be able to read charts. If you’re interested, please send me your email and I’ll send a pdf of the pattern set. Testers will receive a pdf of the pattern when the pattern is published. Testing Requirements • Make each house • PHOTO of all. • Communicate typos, discrepancies, omissions and anything else you think relevant. • Provide feedback in this manner: Please Do NOT put actual pattern instructions or version of pattern instructions within the public thread~give an example or tell where and what the concern is without giving out the actual pattern wording. These are very short patterns.
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