hooked_on_anime: Pink crochet hook directed by green arrow to pull light blue yarn through slip knot of same to make chain stitch. (Make your first stitch)
I really did mean to get this up in January, it just... didn't happen. Er. Well, he's here now?

Jig the Goblin, from [livejournal.com profile] jimhines' series of the same name. As a reminder, the pattern for Smudge the Fire-spider can be found here, though he's almost big enough to eat Jig at this scale.

Lovely pictures of our dear Jig )

Pattern ahoy! )

Extra! How to make Jig's glasses (no pics): Instructions )

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hooked_on_anime: Pink crochet hook directed by green arrow to pull light blue yarn through slip knot of same to make chain stitch. (Make your first stitch)
Dobby's pattern, at long last! Plus I've got his pictures hosted at Flickr, so the Photobucket bandwidth limit won't get in the way there ^^a

Pictures of Dobby )

Dobby's Pattern )

That should be it! Lemme know if you have any questions, and I'll do my best to answer :)

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Kero-chan

Aug. 20th, 2010 06:23 pm
hooked_on_anime: Pink crochet hook directed by green arrow to pull light blue yarn through slip knot of same to make chain stitch. (Make your first stitch)
Hey, five days! That's not bad.

Pictures of Kero-chan can be found here.

Here's the main pattern )


Wings )


I'll be making another post about something interesting later tonight, so be sure to look for that :)

Edit: [Dec 26, 2011] I've added "crocheting in the round (spiral)" to Things You Need To Know, changed all the Rows to Rounds where it's actually rounds instead of rows, and removed a copy-paste error/typo from the first round in the body that was pointed out to me by a kind commenter. (Thank you very much!) I hope this helps :)

Edit 2: [Jan 15, 2012] I removed most of the "Consider felt wings instead!" disclaimer from the top of the post, and put a much shorter one right before the pattern for the wings itself. I think it's more professional.

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hooked_on_anime: Pink crochet hook pulling light blue yarn through slip knot to make first chain stitch. (Pulling through)
By request, the pattern for Smudge the Fire Spider from Jim C. Hines' Jig the Goblin series, in three parts. This is only my second attempt at making a pattern by working backwards, and while I feel better about it than my previous one, please feel free to let me know if you think it is lacking in any way.

This post contains many images, so it is probably not safe for dial-up.

Part One: Basic Spider Pattern )

Part Two: Adding Fluff )

Part Three: Setting Fluff on Fire )

And that's all there is! Happy fire-spider making ♥

PS: If anyone wants to make a knitting pattern based on this, or just wants to point to a spider pattern for knitters instead or something, you have my gratitude/blessing/general happiness that I don't have to do it myself (especially since I don't knit ^^a). Thanks!

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