A bit of this, a bit of that, and mostly a lot of me.

thegeek531:


threading-on-rainbows submitted: This is part of my dice colletction, the part that is puked by my Cthullhu bag.
The rest of my dice is in another country, that’s what you get for being an expat -.-‘

CUTE!

thegeek531:

threading-on-rainbows submitted: This is part of my dice colletction, the part that is puked by my Cthullhu bag.

The rest of my dice is in another country, that’s what you get for being an expat -.-‘

CUTE!

I made a little three-tailed amigurumi fox, he’s only got three tails because he’s a baby!

I got the pattern for a wolf off Ravelry [click here] and adjusted it to suite my needs. 

Crochet Pattern: Lil’ Iron Man

littleyarnfriends:

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To all my crafty Marvel - Iron Man fans out there! Here’s a little treat for all of you, Lil’ Iron Man free crochet pattern! Lil’ Iron Man is approximately 15cm x 9.5cm, just about the right size to display nicely on your desk. Join us and turn this macho character into a cute little amigurumi plush toy. We’ll love to see your completed Iron Man. Do share some pictures with us at “Little Yarn Friends Facebook Page” or e-mail me at littleyarnfriends@gmail.com. Have a blessed Christmas and Happy Crocheting!

Before we begin, you might want to click “Here to read the story behind this creation and how I piece this creation together. It might help you in your assembling later. 

If not, let’s begin! 

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Pictures for cluelessaboutcrochet:
it’s not the best picture, but you can see the edges are slightly round, that is where the increase goes. I hope it makes it a bit more clear now, if not drop me a line and I’ll try and explain better and if you are patient I can make a photo tutorial for you (I was going to do a Lady Rainicorn bookmark, and it’s done in the same way as the scarf, but I haven’t been feeling well today so was going to leave it till tomorrow)

Pictures for cluelessaboutcrochet:

it’s not the best picture, but you can see the edges are slightly round, that is where the increase goes. I hope it makes it a bit more clear now, if not drop me a line and I’ll try and explain better and if you are patient I can make a photo tutorial for you (I was going to do a Lady Rainicorn bookmark, and it’s done in the same way as the scarf, but I haven’t been feeling well today so was going to leave it till tomorrow)

This little owl, by the name of Professor Rupert MacOwly, is the present I made to celebrate my sister’s graduation. 

Her graduation was about two months ago, but because of our silly over-emotional family I wasn’t allowed to go and i couldn’t give it to her then. Ever since I always forgot to send it, until now, better late than never I guess. She was really happy to get it and posted a happy picture on my facebook. I like making the people I care for happy.

As for the pattern, I used one I found online for free [here], because I’m lazy like that and I like to make patterns of geeky things (or so it would seem).