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Friday, April 8, 2016

G is for Ghost

Another from etsy!


This is one of the first amigurumi I ever made!  I used the biggest set of safety eyes I had, but he really needed a size bigger.  Once safety eyes are on, they are on, though - there's no turning back unless you're willing to break them!



Still much cuteness and squee-ing! lol!  I think he's quite cute, haunting my very messy bookshelf! (I really need to straighten that up - it usually looks much better, promise!)



He took very little time, and I'll probably make more of him someday :D  With bigger eyes!

Here's an update for you - the component parts of a grey kitty!  


As soon as I find my yarn needle, embroider his wee nose, and stuff the body, he will be a complete grey kitty!

Happy Stitching!

Tama

11 comments:

  1. Your little ghost is adorable Tama. I still think you need to make me a kitty.

    Linda

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    1. If you really want one, I can do that :D I've got about four commissions so far, which was not my intention when I chose this topic but I do not mind a bit, lol!

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  2. Your little ghost is adorable Tama. I still think you need to make me a kitty.

    Linda

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  3. Oh that wee ghostie is soooooo sweet! Boy you have a lot of those 'dummies' books. Do they really work to help you learn languages and stuff?

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    1. They can give you the basics. There's nothing like a language class where you're speaking it with other people, though. I'm still trying to figure out how I ended up with two volumes of Italian for Dummies, lol!

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  4. The ghost is so cute! Really, really wish I knew how to crochet. :)

    Carrie
    Crafting Paws

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    1. It's not hard at all! One of the easiest crafts to learn :D There are some great youtube video tutorials!

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  5. Your ghost is adorable but I agree he would look even cuter with bigger eyes. A cute ghost could haunt my bookcase antydet. Wonder if they make glow in the dark crochet thread, that would be awesome. Your Kitty is coming along nicely too.

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  6. Awww...what a cute little ghostie! I can't wait to see the little kitty stitched together too.

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  7. Love the ghostie! I know of a knitted one and will be getting that at some point. Do you think they have glow-in-the-dark wool?

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    1. I don't know if there's a glow-in-the-dark yarn, but I was thinking of using one strand of white yarn and one strand of white glow-in-the-dark embroidery floss held together. Wouldn't hurt to try, anyway :D

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