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I'd just love to customize a whole piece of clothing sometime but for now my hoodie's sleeve will serve as example model. ^^;

These small wisps are fun to put on your jeans, jacket, coat, bag or anything you can think of. Once these patches are exposed to daylight the luminescent thread they are embroidered with will glow brightly in the dark! Even in dim light it'll start to glow already.

(I will include one of these patches with the masked fox plush that will be up for auction soon! c: If there's enough animo I will add them to my Etsy shop as sets. 
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This is one of the many projects I've been working on during my recent absence. I made this for my boyfriend for our 2 year anniversary. It's roughly 5" cubed, so it was a lot of yarn to cover the whole thing! The yarn was a handknit cotton, which was obnoxiously expensive, so I think my cost of materials for this was $26. :XD: The hearts and pink highlights are just felt hot glued on. I think I would do that differently if I were to do it again.

I did use a pattern to create this, however, I chose not to follow the directions for crocheting the cube. I prefer to crochet in the round, so the bottom and sides are done that way. I then crocheted a square for the top and sewed it onto the bottom + sides piece. I also chose to use a canvas cube to stuffed with newspaper to support the cube's shape rather than just stuffing it will polyfill. I think the shape definitely held up much nicer.

:bulletblue: Pattern: [link]
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An elegant pair of purple mitts with a lace cuff and glass buttons. This felt like an intense knit- thin yarn and skinny needles, and the lace cuffs were kind of difficult at times... But I really enjoyed making these :)

Pattern is Veyla by Ysolda Teague
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Finally got a decent picture. Working on the pattern now. Got all the charts done, which ended up not being the headache I though it would be. I'll update here when the pattern becomes available.


The Butterfly Wings Shawl is now available. You can purchase it for $7 from Knitivity or you can buy a skein of primo lace from Knitivity and get the pattern for free! It only takes one skein primo lace, or 920 yards of another lace yarn.

Here it is on Ravelry!

This is my first shawl design and I'm pretty excited about it so share it with your friends!
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(Is it just me or do they not have a needlework section here?)

Here is a little Eduardo (from Foster's Home) cross-stitch I just finished. The pattern is based on an Eduardo sprite made. He's about 3 and a half inches tall. I dunno what I'm gonna do with him just yet.
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Bulk uploading a few designs I've made in the past few... months (didn't mean to wander off for so long ><)

And here is the standard shabang:
If you'd like to learn how to make something like this check out the Scale Mail Tutorial Page and any feedback you can give to improve it is massively appreciated :D there's even a pattern for sale now as well as the free tutorial!

Want a custom made pair of your own design? Custom scale orders can be taken through CraftyMutt's Etsy through purchasing one of the standard custom orders or sending a message about something even more special like having scales all round the wrist!
You can alternatively order your own basic custom pair and find out even more information at CraftyMutt's Scale Mail Page where you'll see links to the information I need to make your own unique personally designed gauntlets and pouches :)
Commissions may not always be running, but I can design your gloves almost any time and put them on reserve for my next knitting spree!

If you'd just like photos of gloves, scaly creatures, and competitions to win said items in a convenient form, go see CraftyMutt's facebook!
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This is one of Joan Elliott's patterns in 'Bewitching Cross Stitch'. It's on Aida 18 count fabric and is 11.25 x 8 inches. I used DMC threads, Light Effects metallic floss, and glass seed beads. (The price covers materials and the time it took me to complete. I apologize if you think it's too high, but...yeah, he cost a lot to make!)

Fan page- You can see his daily progression photos in an album here: [link]

Do those of you who watch me because of my Epic Pokemon Gen. 1 Cross-stitch like this? Or would you prefer to just see Pokemon cross-stitches? Let me know!

Enjoy!

EDIT: I made a video today with this cross-stitch involved, but it's more so about me doing the Pokerap again: [link]
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so this little guy took me less then 5 mins to make (pattern wise). super fracking easy pattern
any who its based on the little moggle you can see in the colour chart with 1 less colour.

I imported it into the program I use and was spending wayy to much time tweaking it making it look good so I decided it would be easier just to make it from scratch. so thats what I did.

enjoy and any one can use this pattern.

btw Moggle is copyright of Square Enix.
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This is the scarf I knitted for my boyfriend for Christmas. He's a huge Nintendo fanboy, so I used retro Link and Mario (Christmas colours, yay!).

I've learned to knit the basic stitches when I was much younger, but I always had to ask my mom to fix mistakes and stuff, and I've never tried changing colours or making any patterns. So this was my first attempt at something complicated. The internet helped XD

I didn't really have a pattern, just made it up as I went along. At first I tried to knit in the coloured parts, but it was impossible to keep track of 4 balls of yarn, so instead I knitted those parts the base colour (red and green), and went back and used duplicate stitch for Mario and Link. The front looks nice, but the back looks pretty messy >__<

When I was knitting it, it felt pretty long, but when worn, it felt short... oh well.

And because I overestimated the amount of yarn I needed, I have huge amounts of dark brown and beige left over DX
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This is the XL Dragon Vulpine tail that is an Original design by me at The White Dragon Armory. This is crochet/yarn based the second picture is showing it brushed out and groomed. The base is crocheted and stuffed with fiber fill. This version is very large and is 22" from where the belt attachment is at its base to the tip of the tail. I am currently working on a smaller version that is easier worn on the belt as a decoration such that you see people wearing around at renaissance faires.
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