Knot a Llama

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Found a Mike&Sully pattern (I’ll update a link to it here later)
I made baby mike for my daughter cause she is is crazy about him. I didn’t have any light green so his green is a bit darker.

I told her I’d make kitty next but she asked for Boo (I still have to make her costume) So I’ll probably end up making more monster characters.

Found a Mike&Sully pattern (I’ll update a link to it here later)
I made baby mike for my daughter cause she is is crazy about him. I didn’t have any light green so his green is a bit darker.

I told her I’d make kitty next but she asked for Boo (I still have to make her costume) So I’ll probably end up making more monster characters.

Filed under monster inc mike mike wazowski boo crochet monster

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knotallama:

Crochet cowl but its not finished cause I ran out of yarn. just a few more rows! 😩

Finally got the yarn to finish the cowl :) I’ll post it complete sometime within the next 2 days

For this I used 2 Mochi plus yarn autumn rainbow (color: 557) With Size H/8-5.00mm hook. I used the sedge stitch for this.

Finished measurement of cowl is 7x28in. I just need to add buttons and its done. 

Remembered to look for buttons while I was out and now its done! I only attached the buttons to one side so i can change the button placement. The color to the second skein was a bit different cause I had to order it online. I originally found the first skein on sale and had to buy it before I decided what i was going to make >.<

Filed under yarn crochet sedge stitch autumn cowl crochet cowl

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twinkiechan:

It’s a “Dog Eat CornDog” World. Stop motion video, starring a rogue crocheted corn cozy by me! Animated by Justin Burgos (full credits on the YouTube page). Music by Twink, the Toy Piano Band.

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crochet-gifs:

Learn to Crochet!
Crochet Gif Tutorials: The Foundation Chain / Foundation Single Crochet

The Foundation Chain is an alternative to the starting chain. It makes the starting chain, and a row of sc’s, all in one go. It can be tricky to pick up, but once you’ve mastered it you probably wont go back to the old method! I like it because it gives you a better indication of the finished size of your project, and it’s stretchy!