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  1. Hi everyone! I'm new to the forum, and to crocheting in general (I'm self-taught through the magic of YouTube videos) and have been crocheting for about 2 or 3 years now; I have a background in sculpture so that's kind of helped I just wanted to share a few of my latest and favorite creations (Slimer from Ghostbusters, a bonsai tree, an iris, and the Jersey Devil {based off of the famous 1909 sketch}): None of these are pattern-based (I free-hand everything, and base my work off of photographs of the objects I'm creating), but if there's enough interest in anything I do, I would consider taking the time to work out the patterns. Hope you all like them
  2. Here is my last ornament pattern for this season. Hope you enjoy! http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/picot-ornament.html
  3. http://crochetparfait.blogspot.com/2013/10/owlet-in-tree-hollow-afghan-chart.html
  4. Perhaps it's a little early for Christmas, but here's a flower ornament pattern for your tree. Enjoy! http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/flower-ornament.html
  5. 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.
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