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I'm a self-taught crocheter/knitter that's always hunger to learn more. A mammoth thank you to all fellow crocheter/knitter that took their time to post videos and written tutorial. It wouldn't have been possible without your contribution! THANK YOU!


Wow! Another year slipped time flies when you're knitting :) It's obvious, I've been slacking on my blog update. Last post was 4/27/11! I'm officially an occasional blogger only. What I slack off in blog, I more than made-up in knitting and crocheting. Most of my projects are somewhat recent on Ravelry.

Major milestone for 2011:

Shelliyanni went live on 8/6/11. My first knitting pattern for sale.

All patterns here are for personal and charitable use only. Please do not sell the patterns or the finished project. Thank you for honoring this request.

The One and Only Doggy

I don't normally like to crochet amigurumi. Why? Because it's just too much sewing and attaching of pieces!!!
Since this is a request from one of my dearest friend, I'll make an exception.

I must admit, I had fun creating this little fella. Yea, yea, sewing and all! :p We (as in my kids and hubby) didn't name it, because if we did, I'll probably have to end up making another one for my friend to bring home to her nephew! I didn't even get a chance to do a proper photo shoot of the doggy ;) It's a good thing my hubby was playing with his new camera, and went trigger happy with the buttons while I was putting the finishing touch on the doggy.

Decided if we should put a mustache on it. :)
I feel like a surgeon giving it a mouth.

It had a little soft "u" like smile as a mouth.
My camera man took off (note to self: need to fire that guy!), and that's the end of the doggy photo. I had a hard time letting it go. Maybe because it was my first amigurumi that I made up, or perhaps my son kept coming over and say " hue, so hue! (cute)". I hope this little doggy will make someone really happy.

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