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Sun, Oct. 7th, 2012 11:28 am

Boasting a washcloth.


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ruwell_marianne:
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Sun, Oct. 7th, 2012 01:02 am

Here's my latest page for my crocheted quiet book: A Piggy Bank.
It features a paper money bill, which is sewn onto the page and 10 buttons that represent coins. The coins can be inserted into the piggy bank on the upper side and taken out through a larger hole on the belly of the piggy. This can be closed with velcro so the coins don't fall out.
I've asked my friend wether her child is prone to swallowing small objects and she said that she doesn't do this anymore. Still, before giving it to the little one I'll have her mother inspect this page and save it for a later time, if she deems it to risky yet.
I've seen a few piggy bank quiet book pages and I loved the idea of giving her something to animate her to count and to save money.
What do you think?
Sparschwein 1 Sparschwein 2

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Mon, Oct. 1st, 2012 06:21 pm

Starry Night Socks

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ruwell_marianne:
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Tue, Sep. 11th, 2012 11:27 am

Hi everyone,
here's the next page for my quiet book: matching shapes.

matching shapes assembled matching shapes disassembled

I've used press buttons this time and they look quite good, but I'm not sure if I should rather have stuck to regular buttons. First of all, it takes quite some strength to attach the shapes or take them of, which might be a little to much effort for a toddler. Secondly, this puts a lot of stress on the page itself. I'm afraid after repeated use the yarn could rip...
I'll try it out for a little and worst case, do it again, but I wanted to share my result so far. ^_^

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Mon, Sep. 10th, 2012 06:02 pm

I crocheted another pair of socks
AN: I call them coffee socks because the dark brown yarn is called Café Latte

Coffee Socks

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ruwell_marianne:
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Sat, Sep. 8th, 2012 01:25 pm

Hi guys,
I wanted to share my latest project with you. I want to crochet a quiet book for the kid of a friend. I've finished three pages yet. What do you think so far?


This is the flowerlawn that can be assembled according to colours.

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Mon, Aug. 20th, 2012 12:23 pm

A Pair of rubber duck inspired socks I crocheted

Here be Socks

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Wed, Jun. 6th, 2012 05:13 pm

I want to show you this blouse that I've crocheted for myself. Unfortuantely photo was made by my DH, and it is the best one, others are either misshaped body or perfect panda-eyes

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Wed, May. 2nd, 2012 05:45 pm

Lately, I have been in love with gnomes.
I don't know if it's the approaching Spring, or if it's because I picked up a lot of clay and decided to make some figurines for my houseplants. Either way, they're all so interesting.
I decided to make a crochet gnome.
I have to work on his axe...but I might just turn it into a torch....



I know I will have a garden guardian for a while now :D

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ladycallie:
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Thu, Mar. 22nd, 2012 12:09 am

I had the pleasure of completing my first graph pattern earlier this month.

My best friend from high school was getting married, and rather then give her a gift from her registry, I decided to make her a throw. We learned how to crochet together and she's very into vintage handcrafts, so I thought something to cuddle her new husband under would suit her nicely.

I used YarnBee in Princess and Crown, about six skeins. Finished size was around 72" by 48". The spacing looks off between the "I" and "N" in Saygin's name, but it's not (believe me, I quadruple checked).


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