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This little dragon is a vibrant fellow. Made with white and blue variegated yarn and filled with non-allergenic polyester fiberfill. The plush is 6.25" tall and approximately 3.5" around (not including wings). He fits right into the palm of your hand. This dragon is made with love with all new materials in a smoke free home.

Available in my Etsy shop:[link]
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I was hoping to get these done a bit earlier, but it's been a crazy week for me.

Say hello to the octopi! These are to be holiday gifts for my co-workers this year, and since there were about 15+ people I wanted to give gifts to, I decided to make them instead. I chose the octopus after finding this old octopus in my gallery again-

There's 19 total octopi. There should have been 20, but when I went to post the picture, I realized I missed on of the heads when I was making legs.

Pattern and plush (c) :iconvanillaacolytes:

P.S. Ignore the plush legs in the background. They're from my stuffed grunty. This was the only way to get all 20 visible.
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Sorry I've been neglecting my crochet but here's a little treat :)

Just a little birthday present for my 'Pink Buddy' :D
(There is a story behind his nickname name :meow: )
Enjoy :)

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Toph Bei Fong from the show Avatar: The Last Airbender

As usual, this doll was crocheted from yarn and stuffed with fiberfill. I embroidered on details using yarn and embroidery thread.
She stands about 8 inches tall.
This doll was commissioned by my aunt for my cousin.

Interested in commissioning me? Here's my info: [link]
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A meeting of the turtle club as they discuss the cutest world domination ever. One of them has even overtaken an iPhone as its pedestal.

These are my Christmas gifts for the people I work with. There were eight total, but my boyfriend took the extra one I accidentally made (the blue and orange one).

Wonder what kind of world domination they're planning
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When I was little, Ewoks fascinated me most when I watched Star Wars. When I found this fuzzy yarn, I couldn't resist!

This little creature of Endor is approximately 5 and half inches tall and 3 inches fat. He's perfect to adorn a cubicle or desk. This Ewok was crocheted with acrylic/nylon yarn and filled with non-allergenic polyester fiberfill.

Available in my Etsy shop: [link]
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This was a project that I started and actually finished a few weeks ago, but I didn't have the right buttons for his eyes so he just sat around on my desk for a long time. But now he's done, which is great! You can buy him right here [link]
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These are four out of the eight turtles I'm making as holiday gifts for the people I work with. I have the shells made for all eight, but I'm slowly going through and adding the heads and legs.

I'm hoping to have the other four up in the next few days.

Which one's your favorite?
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After seeing a couple of other crocheted Toothless dolls I decided to create my own. This took me about 3 months of crocheting and recrocheting the over 30 pieces until I was happy with how they turned out.

A PDF of my Toothless pattern is now available for purchase: buy now
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This is the first thing I have ever made with crocheting!

I kind of made up the pattern as I went, although, I did reference a few patterns. The shape of the body was actually an accident (a very good accident). I am quite happy with the way it turned out.

I know it's not perfect, but neither am I :]

Comments and critiques are welcome!

P.S. This is my entry for :iconartmeltingpot: "My art is cute" contest
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