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Part of My Own Problem by dymphnawolf, visual art

  • Canada
  • Deviant for 17 years
  • She / Her
DeviantArt Originals: Participated in April Fools' Day 2018
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My Bio
Current Residence: Canada
Favourite genre of music: metal, rock, alternative
Favourite cartoon character: Sonic the Hedgehog

Favourite Visual Artist
Clive Barker
Favourite Movies
NightBreed, Princess Mononoke, Hellraiser, Labyrinth
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Smashing Pumpkins, Cradle of Filth, Rammstein
Favourite Writers
Clive Barker
Favourite Games
Mario Bros 2
Favourite Gaming Platform
Tools of the Trade
pencils for sketches, needles for sewing, knitting/circular/double pointed needles for knitting :)
Other Interests
furry art, anime, horror, knitting!
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This weekend I was supposed to attend a convention on the other side of the Island but unfortunately my car had other plans as it broke down on the way. That sucked, but I was still able to use this weekend for other projects such as the cybergoth outfit I'm working on. I am also in the process of taking what was supposed to be convention stock and putting it up for sale in my Etsy store. So if you would like to own one of my cute, strange or just plain geeky handmade knitted stuffed toys. You can find them for sale here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/knitwolf
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Oh so tired but happy Had a blast this past weekend! My little stuffed toys went over well again and I got to meet Jeffrey Combs! I gave him one of my knitted dolls; a little Cthulhu, It seemed appropriate since so much of his work is based on the writings of HP Lovecraft. He was very nice and he seemed to like the gift :D Got his autograph too EEEE! I was fangirl-ing so much I forgot where my table was for a moment haha Thanks to everybody who came by to say hello
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As you've probably guessed from the new parent syndrome style pictures I now have a little pet mouse. His name is Stitch :heart: Before I got him, I did all sorts of research on what he would need to be happy. One thing that people kept saying was to get a good exercise wheel, preferably a solid one so as to avoid injury to his little tail. So I did it. I went out and got the best damn exercise wheel I could find. The Cadillac of exercise wheels. Since I brought him home, Stitch hasn't touched it So I made him a play area out of cardboard boxes and toilet paper rolls because he needed exercise... The ultimate cheep toy. He loves the thing
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Hey, it's me again. ^^; I have another knitting question. Is it possible to knit amigurumi using all of the double pointed needles? I thought if I used all of them, my dolls would knit up quicker. >-> That and I want to make bigger dolls.
Hm in my experience using more needles does not speed up the process. You can use more needles if you want, and that may be a good thing if you want to make larger dolls but in that case, I would advise casting on more stitches initially, or starting off with three needles, for example, and increasing the stitches as you knit until you have enough to switch to four needles. Otherwise you run the risk of messing up the tension of your stitches and creating gaps in your work

Hope that makes sense ^^;
Yep, makes sense! Thanks!
I see you've watched me :D thank you very much but I've moved accounts. I would love it if you would watc my new account -----> :iconakuheishadou: it would be greatly appreciated :)
yay! I've found someone else who knits their amigurumis! <3 I'm definitely going to watch you. Btw, what decrease do you use to make your amigurumi dolls so round? I love it!
Thank you thank you!

What decrease do I use? Well if your asking about the type of stitch itself, I use the "knit2together" method