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Fluttershy doll by JenniferElluin Fluttershy doll by JenniferElluin
:iconamimizunofan22:'s Christmas present.

Fluttershy is from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

Body crocheted (no pattern - I made her up as I went), hair latch-hooked in, eyes and cutie mark embroidered. Made with yarn, embroidery thread, and fiber fill.

This pony's not for sale, but if you're interested in getting one like her, I do take commissions! Also, I do have some more already made that are for sale. Check out all the dolls I've made so far here: [link]
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KarciaDastardly99 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Very cute :Kawaii: 
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JenniferElluin Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks
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KarciaDastardly99 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
You're welcome
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AyameKitsune2 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2012
How did you do her hair? I mean, did you pull yarn apart to get it looking wavy like that?
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JenniferElluin Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, that is exactly how I did it. :) I latch-hooked it in first, and then I unraveled all of the strands one-by-one.
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AyameKitsune2 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2012
That's awesome
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amimizunofan22 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2012
And what a lucky brony I am! :D I don't know why this wasn't in my favorites yet, but that has been remedied.
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Whimsy-Floof Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That is beautifully done. =)
To quote Sweetie Belle, "I REALLY like her mane." :iconsweetiebelleyayplz:

It's really too bad you don't have a pattern for this, cuz I've been looking everywhere for some nice crocheted wings, and those definitely fit the bill.
Can you at least give me an idea what you did to make the wings?
From what I can see, it looks like you did each feather individually, but I can't quite tell what the stitch is.
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JenniferElluin Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks so much! :aww:

Well, I can try to remember what I did. I've never made a pattern before, though. I believe most of it was single stitch. The feathers weren't exactly individual, as I figured it would take too long to sew them together. What I did was make a chain about the length of the top outer feather, then I single crocheted back along that line. I think I went all the way back down then I turned around again, only this time I did what I think was a half-crochet stitch (not sure - I don't generally use patterns...) up to the point where I wanted the next feather to start, then I chained off that point to the tip of that feather and then came back single crocheting like before. I single crocheted back a bit past where I started chaining before turning around and chaining again for the next feather. Same thing for the last (and smallest) outside feather. That one I single crocheted all the way down to the bottom again. For the inside feathers I did something similar, I just attached them to what I had of the wing already. Once I had gotten that far, I decided that the outer feathers weren't thick enough, so I single crocheted all the way around the outside, being careful in between feathers so that I didn't make them stick out at odd angles. Once they were done, I just sewed them on to the body.

I really hope that helps. Sorry if it's confusing. ^^;
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Whimsy-Floof Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This helps immensely, actually. =D
I understand more or less what you did, so I'm pretty sure I can figure out the rest on my own as I go.
Thank you very much. ^_^
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