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  1. #21
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    I think they are just beautiful. The look so comfortable, and pink would be a heavenly color. hint, hint, wink, wink.
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    Helene, your crochet is always a treat!

    I hope that your house moving (I think I read about that in another thread ) goes well and that you can do some of your hobbies again soon.

    I also would love a pattern...my crochet is barely basic, but it'd be fun to practice.
    ~Anika

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  3. #23
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    What very pretty shoes. Your doll must be really spoiled.

  4. #24
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    Very nice! You always do such beautiful things, I envy you ^_^ In a positive way, of course. I'd like to learn how to knit and crochet like you, and make nice dresses for my ED!

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuitbear View Post
    I've spent a lot of time on this shoe prototype but I'm not too happy with it. The toe is too angular, next time I have to alternate the decreases to make the shape rounder.

    Should I make the second shoe, post the pattern and give away the shoes? Would anyone want them? Or should I chuck away this shoe and try again?
    I think the shoe is amazing. Such fine, detailed work.
    You don't have to make the second shoe.
    Post the pattern, and give the shoe to someone who will make the second shoe.
    Judging from the replies, it looks like there are some people interested.
    You should try again, if you feel you must, but don't chuck away this shoe.
    It is beautiful.

  6. #26
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    This is a beautiful shoe - how could anyone crochet such a small thing? It is a tiny poem in thread.
    Could you make a pair of ED -sized red ones for me? Not for free, of course! And if not, then could you share the pattern?

    So many talented people here, I've seen some great ED fan art on this forum and on Marina's ED website. I feel clumsy and absolutely non-artistic by comparison *sniffle, sniffle* but hey, people like me have some other uses
    MigMig

  7. #27
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    very nice shoes, I would like to meke it for my doll too!

  8. #28
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    I think the shoe is utterly exquisite, and I Love the angularity! Biscuitbears crochet skills just dazzle, and I do so hope you post a pattern. I have been honing my teeny crochet skills and do believe a nude doll with exquisite shoes is a Must! LOL!!!!

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    I don't know much about how you make tiny crochet things. Can you adapt patterns that are meant for full sized things, like this?

    http://goodknits.com/blog/mary-jane-slippers/

  10. #30
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    I completely missed this 'til now but I love those shoes. They look very cosy and comfy. I would love a pair for Arya
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