Posts Tagged ‘crocheted’

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New Stabeamer Pattern: Butterflyfish

May 23, 2017

Butterflyfish come in all sorts of colors and I wanted to make a pattern that gave the option for some of my favorites, striped and pyramid butterflyfish.

With only three separate pieces, this fish works up quickly.

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Hippogriff and Griffin

April 28, 2017

Hippogriffs and griffins have always been some of my favorite mythological creatures. I even went a few years of my childhood drawing almost nothing else. I decided to make myself a hippogriff and make alterations so others could make a griffin as well. I hope you enjoy this pattern as much as I do.

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You can purchase this pattern on Etsy,or Ravelry.

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Gift: Crochet Slouchy Hat

April 7, 2015

My sister-in-law has been asking me for a hat for a while, but it was one of the things I had not tried to make and I was worried about fit. She has a larger head than I do, so I could not use myself to size it. After a long time, she chose this pattern.  I looked around for a long time for the right yarn. I knew I wanted cotton and she said she wanted mustard yellow. I got the closest I could and started in on the pattern.

The first part of the pattern built up very quickly. The only part of the pattern I was a bit unsure about was the row joins. The clusters do take a while, but that is to be expected. It came out beautifully and she was thrilled.

 

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Gift: Bulbasaur Amigurumi

March 10, 2015

My husband’s favorite Pokemon is Bulbasaur. I was always a Squirtle/Charmander girl myself, so together we make the full set. He had been begging me to make one over and over and finally I found a pattern that was good. He loves sneaking up on me with it and announcing proudly, “Bulba!” I turn to see him pretending like the ‘saur is doing things and sometimes, he even kisses me with it. Both of them are adorable and I wouldn’t trade either, not even for a mega-volution.

I used Sharpie fabric markers to color the eyes and found that you should color the sides of the felt and not just the top or you will get a weird white edge instead of a clean black edge.

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The pattern I used was aphid777’s on Deviantart.com. The pattern is available for free.

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Bear/Panda

February 24, 2015

I wanted a little bear that was simple to make and matched my miniature set of animals. After I had made the first bear, I also added the instructions for the panda. They both came out exactly as I imagined.

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Danio Fish

October 13, 2014

Danio are tiny little fish sold in pet stores and now you can have a danio large enough for a child to snuggle with and you don’t even have to feed it or change the tank!

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Mini Cow

October 3, 2014

Growing up, I would watch what I called ‘oreo cows’ from my car’s windows. Most of the cow patterns out there are for the Holstein variety, so I decided to make one pattern that encompasses the Jersey, Dutch Belted and Angus varieties of cows.

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