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This was my first proper commishion. The brief was basicly to make a red hen of my own design. I wanted to make a proper 3-d plushie with wire frame this time, and i made plenty of mistakes along the way.
In the end though I'm fairly happy with how it turned out.

I offered to add some extras (the ribbion and rose) if they were wanted and they were so I added them. The bottom left is a picture of its.. bottom. I thought it was better to be realistic :)

Felt, fleece and some old patterened material. The feet were made from pipecleaners wrapped up. (If anyone could give me tips on using a wire frame for plushies I'd greatly appricate it!)
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Yay for crochet!

One of my favourite pastime, I used to create doilies for quite sometime before experimenting on different things and creating my own design. (Hmmm... which reminds me, where have I placed my previous projects? :0_o:)

This one, is my very first attempt to design and create a case for cellphone through crochet! The design was inspired by Barbara Neid's* heart-shaped bookmark. I found it pretty so I designed this one with the heart-shape in mind and placed it as the accessory to the flap that closes it. The color scheme was used so as to fit the heart a bit. It's a bit messy when you look at the back, though ^^;.






5.5cm x 15.5cm (w/ flap open)
Crochet project


*reference: Hooked on Crochet Nov-Dec 1989
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I made this journal for the House Rabbit Society's annual picnic raffle. The money raised will go to thier shelter costs.

I made all the paper from timothy hay (bunnies love the stuff) and abaca. The sewing is with regular thread and crochet thread is also used.

The size is about 5x9...

Thanks for looking! You can learn more about HRS at [link]
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This Nantucket basket is 10.5" in diameter and 3" high.

The base and rim is made of walnut, cherry, ash, hard maple and mahogany. I had a bunch of small scraps that I sawed, glued, re-sawed, glued, etc. to make the stock to work from.

Woven with Narrow Medium cane and finished off with brass nails in the rim.
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Chickens with attitude :)

one grogged white clay, one black clay.

:bulletblue: more of my silly birdies here [link] :bulletblue:
:bulletred: My ceramic animals are on facebook too [link] and Google+ [link] :bulletred:
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I loved this one and was a bit sad when someone bought her.

:bulletorange: If you like this cow you can see more on my website [link] :bulletorange:
:bulletred: My ceramic animals are on facebook too [link] and Google+ [link] :bulletred:
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some of the loveliest yarn i have ever made
merino silk with tussah silk blobbies coccooned along the way
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Ceramic chicken hand modeled in grogged white clay. Fired three times between 1100C and 1000C

:bulletyellow: more of my chickens here [link] :bulletyellow:
:bulletred: My ceramic animals are on facebook too [link] and Google+ [link] :bulletred:
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He's a bunny... and a bellhop. Bad joke! I am actually really happy with this amigurumi, compared to my last two or three. I really like the way his legs & his jacket turned out. Even better than I imagined, anyway :) Here's to learning new things!


Approximately 10" tall, from ear to foot

Crocheted from acrylic yarn, with gold beads & novelty yarn

For adoption 5/28
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Hand modelled chicken sculpture.
Made in finely grogged white earthenware. Fired three times to 1050C/1000C

If you like my chickens maybe youd like to see more in my website gallery [link]

My facebook ceramic animals page: [link] to keep up with my news.
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