I crocheted this princess ribboned cuff collar for the November challenge in the group #Knitting-and-Crochet. Its very easy and was fun to make. It was a tripple stitch and an added boarder. I laced ribbon through the posts in the tripple stitch and then tied them and sewed them into place.
My little brother wanted me to crop his face out for this one unfortunately. But anyway-there's a story behind this one. I walked into my pottery class one day and the teacher that taught the class before was still in there. She saw my rainbow scarf I was wearing that I made and asked me if I could make a rainbow scarf with a paint palette. I probably could never replicate this ever again. I just literally played it all by ear and came up with this! Let me know what you think
my fist upload!! this is the yoda beanie i crocheted!! i had a lot of requests for this on my etsy store and its quickly becoming my best seller, you've gotta love yoda! The ears took a long time to fiqure out!
btw. the baby in the picture is a doll, lots of people think its real!
I made this lovely little creation for Christmas and gave it to my high school Japanese Teacher, Kaneko Sensei! She was SOOO happy and surprised when she got it. She said it was too nice to keep in her classroom, so she took it home with her.
I didn't mean to make it this big, buuut... I just kept going and it ended up to be about a foot tall. It's definitely the largest plushie I've ever made... and I think I might make more this size, it's nice.
It does have 8 legs, and a little chef's hat. By the time I was finished, it kept falling on it's face, so to counter balance it, one of it's back legs is holding another sushi roll, filled with beans. And it works! xD
This was the first time I made little felt accessories to go with a plushie. I really like it, and I think I might do more with that again.