Posted in Uncategorized | May 12th, 2012
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Tags: Adding, crochet, hair, Teresa
Thank? you so much, dear!!!
if i were to crochet about a? meter-like a sheet- and do that fur, would it end up looking like faux fur?
You are? welcome.
Thank you so much for your post. In the future when I do jackets, I want to do half crochet and fake fur but using a softer cheaper acrylic? is now an option with your style. Can’t wait to use for the crochet animals, too. Thanks.
I’ve been looking for a tutorial like this everywhere! Thanks, now I can finally attach some hair to my? knitted dolls. ^^
Thank you so much! Even though this idea would be really cute I agree it would be more appropriate for an older childs toy. I’ll try the flat stitch? and see if I like it, if not I’ll just leave it blank. Still looks like a bunny either way!
If you are doing whiskers, I would recommend a flat embroidery stitch that is secure on the toy. I would not recommend? this tutorial to be used on a baby toy. Most of all, use your instinct as a parent and research consumer toy safety recommendations for the childs age bracket.
very cool idea,… would this be a safe thing to do for a crocheted baby toy? I have a bunny I would like to put wiskers on, but I’m thinking of baby? safe first.
I? don’t have a pattern created.
hey terese cool tips…do you have or can you put on? blog how to make marigold flowers….pls.Thanks a lot
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