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I made to clogs crocheting flowers.
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A giant hippo at the yarnstore.
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21.7.2017
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I used my "left over " yarns and made to an old pillow a new cover.
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30.4.2017
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Handcraftbag by tricotyarn.
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Finally I got my glitter sweater ready. I took basic pattern from Drops/ Garnstudio with raglain leeves. I changed stiches numbers for a thinner yarn and I wanted contrasts structure to the surface, so I changed crocheting back loop and front loop. I also made a similar figure than raglain to leeves and a skirt.
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19.2.2017
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Over a year ago I made a tunic. First I made African flower ring then I continued a bodice and a upper back with shells. I designed a figure wich is easy to narrow and widen, here is a scetch about it. It' s better to do a good basic work first (with calculation) and crochet after that. Of course I just started to crocheting, that' s the reason for a little "baggyish". But I like it, it' s warm and looks original.
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19.2.2017
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Rag Rug for a dog
DIY yarns; cut old t-shirts etc. Remember, if you cut sheets, do it on diagonal line, so edges don`t unravel. This owl figure is perfect for eating, bowl fit to a head and body is soft and warm for paws.
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23.12.2016
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A croched jacket, pattern is in garnstudio. com. I used a thin yarn and a big hook, so a result is a fluffy. Scarf is the same yarn and done by trufflethegnique.
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17.12.2016
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During three years I have done "left over " yarns to pieces and figures. Now I made them squares and connected to a blancet. And as you can see, there is no any idea about colours and figures. The most important thing is that every pieces will be used, nothing is waiste.
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2.12.2016
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My first and propably the last toy I made. Pattern was confused, so I have done all parts couple time. All feet are different size and how hard is keep stiches numbers same at every rounds. It looks like I had a hook in my hands at the first time. High five You who doing those wonderful dolls and amigurumis.
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30.11.2016
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