Monthly Archives: May 2012
So, I’m cruising along with the Star Wars characters I’m crocheting. I’ve now completed a Chewbacca: The yarn I used turned out to be thicker in execution than I thought, but I think he worked out pretty good in the end. … Continue reading
I crocheted Yoda out of yarn last week. The robe comes on and off, which I thought was neat. I’m fairly happy with the way he turned out. The pattern also had Yoda in a beige bodysuit, but I thought the … Continue reading
This is a link to a blog about a person doing the Moulin Rouge in miniature: http://myminiskb.blogspot.ca/ She has some stunning work in her pictures. I especially like the outfits of the can can dancers. I’m a sucker for ruffles. I … Continue reading
I finished the pound puppy I was crocheting out of tatting thread: He turned out pretty cute. The pattern said he’s a bulldog. He was relatively easy to make. The body is done in two pieces which are sewn together, … Continue reading
This is why math teachers everywhere bang their heads against the wall at the end of the day: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qhm7-LEBznk&safety_mode=true&persist_safety_mode=1&safe=active The truly sad thing is apparently she is a math major from an Amercian college.
So, after several months of procrastination, I finally crocheted Wicket out of tatting thread: He turned out to be about 1 and 1/16th of an inch tall and about 1/2 inch wide. If you position him carefully, he’ll stand by himself … Continue reading