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Emoticon Crochet Pattern by janey-in-a-bottle Emoticon Crochet Pattern by janey-in-a-bottle

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Okay, so since I'm not sure about selling my emotes, I thought I'd at least make the pattern(s) available.

This PDF has the patterns for 8 of the emotes I've done so far:
:D :love: :giggle: :XD: :pissed: :O :| :unimpressed:

For the two I haven't included, I can't remember the patterns of the facial parts (that's what I get for not writing them down right away :XD:).

More emoticon crochet patterns:

Whoops, noticed a little mistake in my wording for the assembly of :|. Fixed it. And while I was on it, I improved the base pattern at the first 2 rows and the last.
Nothing too wild, the old patterns work just as well. ;)

You guys are crazy, you know that? Another DD? :faint:
Happy to know they're so well received, though. Hope you enjoy. :)
And many, many thanks. :hug:

The Emoticon Project: [link]

Patterns free to use. Have fun. :)
(If you've made emote plushies using my patterns, I'd love to see them and if you upload photos, please credit me and link to this deviation. Thanks.)

No selling - either of the pattern or of the finished emotes!
I don't do it, you don't do it.
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Given 2010-09-13
Emoticon Crochet Pattern by *janey-in-a-bottle will help you create your very own crocheted emoticon stress balls! Just imagine all your stressful worries melting away with each squeeze to your homemade dA emoticon balls! ( Featured by FantasyStock )
MiniMakes Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Oh wow! So awesome! Thank you for sharing the pattern, very kind of you :w00t:
flwora Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013
very nice ^_^
Vemoridi Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2013
Thanks for the patterns :) it's a cool idea!! I just didn't understand why you use correction stitches... - beginner's question? -
janey-in-a-bottle Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, sorry for the late reply... RL is kinda preventing me from going through my inbox daily... :XD:

Correction stitches are just something I do. I'm not sure if it is common for other crocheters...

Why do I use them?
Because when you crochet in spirals, the beginning of the round slants to the side, so the more rounds you do, the earlier the round seems to start. If you do rather complicated patterns that needs certain increases/decreases/etc. at certain places, without the correction stitches the end product would look twisted. Also, due to the moving start of the round, if the piece you crochet is long and narrow, at some point you'll be back at the beginning with 1 round less than the pattern stated.
With my emotes, that's not really a problem, because there are no specials in a simple ball. And the one round you might loose shouldn't make the ball noticably flatter. But for me it's just so normal to use those correction stitches that I use them with all my creations.

Does this help?
Yuseichan Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
i don´t understand the pattern.... D:
i´m a total beginner btw
janey-in-a-bottle Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow... sorry for the VERY late reply. I'm just starting to clean up my inbox, since I haven't been that active for months. ^^;
Was there something in particular you need help with? I'd be better able to help with specific questions. :)
Yuseichan Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
ähm....hat sich erledigt^^
erinnerst du dich noch an mich?
janey-in-a-bottle Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
... oh.

Haha. Das kommt davon, wenn man so selten hier reinschaut. Gutes Zeichen dafür, dass ich mal wieder was machen sollte. ;)
Yuseichan Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yuseichan Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
ups...ich hab jetzt erst gesehen,dass du aus deutschland kommst xDD
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