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  1. Finished. Just ad libbed with sewing on parts and bent right knee to stay bent, skipped brow. Haven’t decided on the sweater color yet.
  2. Yarn: Flikka. Wading pool. Pattern: Camo Snake by Catherine Lindsay, 2002.
  3. https://www.joann.com/genie-the-ghost/383960P104.html I ran across this ghost amigurumi pattern in an email. I didn't find a size in the pattern, but at 23 rounds it can't be very big.
  4. «Unicorn, fulfilling dreams» When using recommended yarn and hook, the size of the turns out 35cm NECESSARY MATERIALS: YARN ART Jeans №61, 160 g/50 m, white; YARN ART Jeans №35, 160 g/50 m yellow; YARN ART Jeans №33, 160 g/50 m, blue YARN ART Jeans №53, 160 g/50 b, black; ALIZE Softy № 62 , 115 g/50 m, white; (you can also use another yarn) -Filler - hullfiber, 100g; -Hook # 2(US,UK 1); Scissors; Tulle - 1/2 meter HAND: (2 items) With white color 6sc in magic ring = (6sts) 1.6inc = (12sts) 2.(1sc , inc) *6 = (18sts)
  5. Here is my latest batch of bears for the Mother Bear Project. These are always so fun to crochet and send off for children in far away lands. My bears are crocheted seamless in the BLO and are about 11 inches tall.
  6. Just sharing some new Mother Bears I crocheted. There are crocheted seamless and are for the Mother Bear Project.The 2nd two bears are crocheted in back loops only which I found to be an easier way to make the bears and a bit easier on my hands.
  7. If you are planning to make toys as gifts for the Holidays, consider Trixie. She is super cute and relatively easy and fast to make. Here is where you will find the FREE pattern to make her: Trixie the Funmigurumi Smoochies Bear http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2017/11/trixie-funmigurumi-smoochies-bear.html#.WgqsmVWnHIU
  8. Well it has taken a lot of You Tube and a lot of starting and stopping but I got to do a magic ring, crochet 6 stitches and closed the ring ok! What I would like to know is that my pattern says crochet 2dc in each stitch. I find this really difficult, I cant seem to find the stitch again (maybe it's too tight?). Is it really necessary to crochet in dc as I find, at the moment I can manage single easier!! I am just working on a test piece before I start the actual toy.
  9. As July is ending, here are the 2 mother bears I crocheted for the Mother Bear Project. Such a fun charity to crochet for and I love making these bears.
  10. RecycleCindy

    Mother Bears

    Here are my first Mother Bears of the year for the Mother Bear Project. It is always fun to crochet these little bears for the children. The one on the left was crocheted using up some scrap yarns and then the right one I did a belt. Because you can't use any buttons or added metals, I stitched a belt buckle.
  11. Here are my two latest bears crocheted for the Mother Bear Project. These are seamless bears and crocheted for the Mother Bear Project charity. It was my first time using Lion Brand Landscapes yarn which was really fun to use the self-striping yarn to make the first bear. The other bear has a hoodie with ties that I have a free pattern written up. For more info you can click on the links.
  12. I am not sure if it's his first teddy bear but I crocheted this bear for my grandson's first birthday gift. I used the seamless crochet pattern from the Mother Bear Project to make the bear. I worked it in the round without joining or turning.
  13. Octopi are definitely my summer project this year… But the babies in hospitals need them, so I just keep making them My favourite are in rainbow colours. There are many people around who don't crochet, but they donate cotton for octopuses. I made small octopuses for them as gifts - they are key rings. And here is really big team made by my aunt and me.
  14. Does this link take you to the Inchoate bundle on Ravelry? If it does (oh how I hope it does) then for the next week I am offering a free Inchoate Hoodie pattern when you purchase an Inchoate pattern. http://www.ravelry.com/bundles/inchoate EDIT: that link only works if you log in to Ravelry, this one will work if you don't want to but you will have to look at ALLLL of my patterns http://www.ravelry.com/designers/itchycrochet
  15. Here are my first two octopuses. I made them for a charity action - "Octopuses for premature babies". They are given to the hospital, then sterilized and put into prematures' incubators. They are the only toys permitted. The octopus' tentacles remind umbilicar cord. The babies hold and squeeze it and play with it. So the octopus prevent pulling the tubes. The octopus has to be done with cotton and have specific size. I enjoyed making those two and I'm sure I'll make more. Here you can read about the action and find the pattern for octopuses: http://mynomadhome.com/octopus-for-
  16. Hi all! Yesterday I decided to offer one of my patterns for free. It is for a cute sleepy bedbug. He is worked all in one piece, except for his nightcap. He's pretty easy, and only 3-5 inches long depending on what yarn/hook you use. Works up quick, so he's a great last minute gift. http://mossmountain.blogspot.com/2016/02/a-bug-for-bug.html
  17. I'm making these for our new nursery - so cute! https://www.etsy.com/listing/292086745/cheeky-monkey-curtain-tie-back-crochet?ref=shop_home_active_2
  18. Here are two more bears I crocheted for the Mother Bear Project. The one on the right is PJ "sleepy" bear and the one on the left is Jammy bear. I used Red Heart Plush Baby yarn I found in the discontinued yarn bin to crochet both of these bears. Nice yarn and made cute pajamas for the bears.
  19. Here is one more teddy bear I crocheted for the Mother Bear Project. I call him Mr. Orange. I used fun fur for his sweater and matching scarf.
  20. Here is my latest Mother Bear that I call Mellow Yellow. Mellow Yellow bear has a crocheted hoodie. The pattern details for the crocheted hoodie can be found here.
  21. Here is my first crocheted bear for the Mother Bear Project. If you aren't familiar with the organization, they give bears to children in other countries that are affected by HIV/AIDS to provided love through either a crocheted or knitted bear using their patterns to help with the costs of sending the bears to the children. Here is the direct link to Mother Bear Project if anyone would like to help. I used the crocheted seamless pattern with a few changes. I crocheted most of the bear without joining or working the Ch-1, turn that the pattern calls for. The pattern works up quickly and is
  22. Apak

    Miss Kitty

    I wanted to make an ami for my friend's daughter. She's 5 years old and loves cats. I just asked if she wanted "a boy" or "a girl" cat and OF COURSE little girl decided on Miss Kitty. I had some problems with making it look like a cat - not a bear, not a mouse… But I think THE TAIL will make everybody see A CAT... I added the keyring and I'll send Miss Kitty to her new home soon.
  23. Hello everyone. I made a girl turtle to match the boy one I had. check it out. If you would like to learn how to make your own, check out my blog at http://crochetsoup.blogspot.com/ or you can visit my website at www.crochetsoup.co.nf
  24. Hey peoples! Here I am again up to no good. I made a new pattern. I took the old tear drop pattern I had and revised and reinvented them. Well, they look great! All my patterns are free and can be used by anyone. If you make it you can sell them. just give me credit and link or let people know of my website. Just don't sell my pattern. Thanks. www.crochetsoup.co.nf Look for the patterns link on the home page. www.facebook.com/pages/Moises-Flores/393862037482092 Please follow us on Facebook for future patterns and free giveaways. I am currently giving Tear Drops away... you just
  25. Thanks for the replies! I have enough testers now :-) Pattern Description: This is a carefully designed basset hound (amigurumi dog), intended to be a kid's toy or just a fun thing to have at home. The finished size is about 15" long and 9" tall. It's meant to look more realistic than typical amigurumi....with fat folds on the legs and jowls on the face to show off some basset hound features :-) Pattern Style: Detailed written instructions for all parts and how to assemble (sew and stuff). Skill Level: intermediate to advanced. some of the more unusual stitches include chainless f
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