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Original sweater pattern modified from DIY Maven.
Bat logo designed entirely by me, as well as the mask.

More photos located here:
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See the comic I compiled for all those photos I have to take of him here!
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Item is available for purchase. If you wish to purchase this, send me a note and we'll work out the details.

I was brainstorming one afternoon on what creative things I could make for my store. On this crochet website I stumbled across they had some cute crocheted sushi, but they were tiny. Since I like making scarves, I thought it would be cool to make a scarf that when rolled up resembles sushi.
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I'm always trying to create something different that it will grab some attention. And wearing this hat will definitely draw a lot of attention on the street. :giggle: It's a cupcake with sprinkles and a cherry on top. I really had fun making this.

Anyway, I hope you guys like it!:D

For Sale:$40 + $5 shipping

-About 7 hrs.
-'Red Heart' yarn
-'J' hook (hat) 'G' hook (for cherry)
-'Poly-fil' stuffing (for cherry)

I'm available for commissions!
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strawberry hat
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These are made to order - $30 and it can be in whatever color you want.

And no... I do not have a pattern for this. I did this without any sort of guidance, just eyeballed and image and viola.

My Commission Info - [link]
These are available in my Etsy store: [link]
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Been working on art stuff, but unfortunately, nothing I can show you guys yet. So have another crochet photo instead! This is from a set of dinosaurs I did for the shop last month. It took me more than one try to get the design right, but I think the results were worth the extra time!

(Every time I finish a t-rex I march it across my desk while singing the jurassic park theme. Is that weird?)

For those interested, you can find my shop here: [link]
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I've been neglecting my dA lately, so I thought I'd post the latest addition to my shop! (yeah, I've got a ton of art stuff I'm working on, but nothing I can post right now). So enjoy these little owls instead!

They're available for sale here! [link]
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PATTERN FOR SALE - $2.95! [link]

This miniature cuttlefish is very eloquent, flashing constant patterns of stripes ("zebras") to communicate its happiness, worry, and wonderment. It sure has plenty to say!

It measures 6.5 inches long, 2 inches high, and 3 inches wide. It is crocheted in blue-white worsted weight yarn, with a light blue-dark blue ruffle. It is stuffed with 100% bamboo fiber.

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MY TUMBLR: [link]

OTHER SEA CREATURES:

Frilled Fishy: [link]
Fat Fishy Pink: [link]
Fat Fishy Teal: [link]
Purple Jellyfish: [link]
Cuddly Cuttlefish: [link]
Mini Cuttlefish Purple: [link]
Mini Cuttlefish Pink: [link]
Mini Cuttlefish Orange: [link]
Blue Nudibranch: [link]
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This is a new commission I just finished this week. She was shipped out a few days ago and arrived today as a gift to a Mass Effect obsessed husband :) Gotta love it.

The big difference between this one and my previous one is the hood. I used fleece instead of embroidery and it really helped keep the shape of it. Unfortunately the light makes it look pink, but it is actually the same color as the hood. I also changed her belt to be more accurate. This one ended up being 12.5" tall.

Many thanks to =Troodon80 as I used his models as a reference sheet this time around. [link]

I am open for commissions: [link]
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:police:A NOTE ABOUT THE PATTERN! :police:
It has come to my attention that I am prohibited from sharing this and the other Pooh Bear crochet patterns electronically. I am afraid I cannot give out the patterns anymore. :( I am awaiting a reply from Leisure Arts for permission to share it, though, and will update this if I hear from them. Thanks! :thanks:


I made this Eeyore from a pattern in a book by LeisureArts. (Sadly, the book seems to be out of print.) He was my very first one. (I have made LOTS of them, as well as the Pooh, Tigger, & Piglet that were also in the book.)
Eeyore was, to me, the most difficult to make & to get to look like Eeyore, but I think he turned out well for a first try. The only thing is, all I had for stuffing was this awful old mattress stuffing or something, and he is REALLY heavy! O.O
He is my sister's now, & she loves him.
Thanks for lookin'!
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Eeyore (c) Walt Disney & A. A. Milne
Pattern (c) Leisure Arts, not me
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