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SQUEEEEEE!
(that\'s the sound a Squidlet makes... when they are not nomming all your food)

\"THE WORLD WOULD BE MUCH SIMPLER IF PEOPLE JUST THREW SQUIDS AT EACH OTHER INSTEAD OF BULLETS.\"
-Dr. Squeeooh Suckerton


Meet my littlest cephalopod friends, the Squidlets! Crocheted from acrylic yarn and stuffed with a tiny bit of polyester fiberfill, with black half-round eyes. They are all individually handmade by me, from my own design.

You can use a Squidlet for all sorts of different things - cat toys, party favors, hair accessories, keychains, and lots more! Or you can just love them as a happy squishy little toy to hold! They\'ve all got their own silly personality!


Continuously featured in my Etsy shop at very affordable prices. Check them out here: [link]
My shop: www.happysquidmuffin.etsy.com
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Snorlax hat commission I recently finished and shipped off!

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a little preview of some new charms i'm adding to my storenvy!

these aren't all the avengers designs i've made but i'll post those later~



my store is closed for the holidays but i will be re-opening for pin and charm orders on December 27th!

geothebio.storenvy.com
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Status: $45 (Available on request).

From the cartoon series "Bee and Puppycat"

Made with
acrylic yarn, fleece, bell, thread and polyester stuffing.

Approximately
14.5" x 6.5" x 9" (37 x 16.5 x 23 cm).

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Original pattern S. Buzzard
Character Natasha Allegri & Cartoon Hangover
Physical toy 2014 S. Buzzard
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"Mademoiselle Skeleton Cameo Necklace" is part of my jewelry line. :)

Each piece was conceived, designed and made (by me) with the idea of a prototype of an ELG elegant-gothic bijoux: crosses, crucifixes, skulls and diamonds, all set in cameos and floral ornaments.

You can look at the full collection here: [link]
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I started knitting this just after "May the Best Pet Win" aired in November 2011 and finished the front with the RD design within about a week, but then (like ALWAYS), I got bored with the normal stuff (like making a back, the 2nd sleeve, the ZZZZZzzzzz.....) and put it down until just after the New Year.

Suddenly, BronyCon was coming up and I hadn't finished it! Panicking, I raced to finish off the sleeves and literally stayed up until 4 am seaming it together. It was still a hair bit damp when I got to convention (at the time, I was living about 4 blocks away from the Penn Hotel).

And OH GOD. It was like 60 bucking degrees that day! In winter! D:

Anyways, despite my procrastination, it turned out fairly well. I accidentally felted the sleeves a wee bit since they were still damp when I wore it (and I was moving around, and sweating -- GROSS) and the bottom was a little short for my tall frame, but I tried to remain faithful to the Eagle's design.

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Knitted in 100% wool from Cascade Yarn's Cascade 220 in various colors (if someone really cares, I can probably go dig them up), using approximately 1400 yards (about 3/4 of a mile of yarn!)

Designed by me! I used Photoshop to enlarge the pixels and didn't even make a full-blown chart, which meant I was tied to my computer the whole time. The basic sweater design was modified from Ann Budd's template.

Time taken: 3 hours design + ~15 hours knitting

EDIT: Pictures were taken on my fire escape because it was too damn hot to venture very far outside, carrying a wool sweater.
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I took my orginal filly beanie baby style pattern and blew it up 200%! and made this large beanie baby style plush.
Hand sewn by me.

This Fluttershy has been sold.

*Update 3/1/2013
I am working on a new pattern and size so I do not really offer commissions on this one anymore*


Thanks, Dea
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I had to make one of these!! ;)

My Custom Cubeecraft of the Borg Cube Ship From Star Trek.



More of my Star Trek Cubees templates to print, cut and fold to make can be found here [link]
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Here is Garrus from Mass Effect! He is considerably bigger than my other plushies, and required a great deal more effort. I ended up adjusting an existing sit-pattern, as the original pieces I tried using weren't to scale, and I am NOT a patterner normally, but I think he turned out really great! I'm very happy with him. This fellow has a twin that I gave as a gift to the lovely and talented :iconbunnygirl1022:, but I couldn't bear to not have one myself! I also couldn't bring myself to scar him up, so despite it being his ME2 armour (or as close as I could get), I say it's pre-face-rocket. ;)

Garrus is made of felt, with painted and inked details. His visor is made of felt and the plastic from a pastry container. Yeah, I'm not kidding. My hubby enjoyed that part since he had to eat the pastries. He makes sacrifices for my hobby... ;)

You can see the back details here. And here is a side view.
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Teeny Tiny Zergling to go along with the Teeny Tiny Terran. And I've officially said "Teeny Tiny" far more times than I am comfortable with. Sorry. He's made of alova suedecloth and felt, and he actually turned out WAY cuter than I thought he would. I'm gonna miss this little guy when he goes off to Germany. WHICH IS WHY I MUST MAKE AN ARMY!!!!! ZERG RUSH!
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