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Diglett Amigurumi
I like learning new stitches or techniques as I go along, and I take that into account when choosing my next project. Diglett here was designed to take advantage of the unique texture that comes from tightly clustered popcorn stitches, though I do wish I'd made the base a bit wider.

Diglett is actually very well suited to crochet, being essentially the same shape as an elongated hat. As a bonus, at just under 8 inches, this pattern comes out approximately life-sized!


Pattern:

Materials:
Brown, light gray, dark gray, pink, and black yarn
Scraps of white yarn
Size 'G' crochet hook

Abbreviations used:
sc - single crochet
inc - increase: 2 sc in the same stitch
popcorn stitch - make 5 double crochet in the same stitch, leaving the last loop of each on the hook, then draw yarn through all 5 loops at once.

Body:
In brown,
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. inc around (12)
3. (sc, inc) six times (18)
4. (2 sc, inc) six times (24)
5. (3 sc, inc) six times (30)
6. (4 sc, inc) six times (36)
7. (5 sc, inc) six times (42)
8. (6 sc, inc) six times (48)
9-32. sc around (48)
switch to Dark Gray (DG):
33. *sc, switch to Light Gray (LG), popcorn stitch, switch to DG, repeat from * (48)
34. sc around (DG) (48)
35. *(switch to LG, popcorn stitch, switch to DG, sc) three times, 3 sc, repeat from * (48)
36. (6 sc, inc, sc) six times (54)
37. *(sc, switch to LG, popcorn stitch, switch to DG) two times, sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, repeat from * (66)
For the following row, the popcorn stitches should be either light or dark gray at random; flip a coin to decide whether to switch yarn colors, or plan it out beforehand. All the sc will still be in dark gray.
38. *5 sc, popcorn stitch, 2 sc, popcorn stitch, 2sc, repeat from * (66)
Fasten off.

Base:
In dark gray,
1. 7 sc in magic ring (7)
2. inc around (14)
3. (sc, inc) seven times (21)
4. (2 sc, inc) seven times (28)
5. (3 sc, inc) seven times (35)
6. (4 sc, inc) seven times (42)
7. (5 sc, inc) seven times (49)
8. (6 sc, inc) seven times (56)
9. (7 sc, inc) seven times (63)
10. sc around (63)
Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Nose:
In pink,
1. chain 6, turn, sc in 2nd chain from the hook and each of next 3 ch, sc twice more in same loop as previous sc, turn piece to work along the back loops of the original chain, sc in next 3 ch. Finally, work 2 sc in the same loop as your first sc. (12 sc)
2. inc, 3 sc, 3 inc, 3 sc, 2 inc (18)
3. sc, inc, 3 sc, (sc, inc) three times, 3 sc, (sc, inc) twice (24)
4-5. sc around (24)
Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Eyes (make 2):
In black, repeat round 1 of the nose, ending with a sl st to the first sc of the round. Fasten off, leaving a tail for sewing.

Assembly:
Stuff body firmly, then sew the cap to the bottom to close off the opening.
Stuff the nose and sew to the side of the body. Sew the eyes to the body above the nose.
Using white yarn, embroider two french knots at the top of the eyes for the highlights.
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Mawile Amigurumi
This is by far my most ambitious project to date, standing about 15 inches tall, and using even more pieces than Yanma and Corsola. I really wish I had had the presence of mind to take in-progress pictures, but the pattern went through so many revisions as I was making it that those might not have helped anyway. I'm still not 100% satisfied with the plush, so if I ever make it again, there are a few places i would change anyway, particularly the legs. Still, I'm glad to finally have a good enough picture and pattern draft to post this here.

I applaud anyone brave enough to try to recreate this from my notes (I know I won't make another attempt for a while), but I include a words-only pattern here for completeness' sake:

Pattern:
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Materials:
Cream, gray, red, white, and black yarn
Size G crochet hook
Sturdy wire to hold the plush in position.
Yarn needle for sewing.

Abbreviations used:
ch - chain
sc -single crochet
hdc - half-double crochet
dc - double crochet
inc - increase: two sc in the same stitch
dec - decrease over the next two stitches


Main body:
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Head:
In cream,
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. inc around (12)
3-4. sc around (12)
5. (2 sc, inc) four times (16)
6. (3 sc, inc) four times (20)
7. (4 sc, inc) four times (24)
8. (5 sc, inc) four times (28)
9. (6 sc, inc) four times (32)
10. (7 sc, inc) four times (36)
11. (11 sc, inc) three times (39)
12. (12 sc, inc) three times (42)
13-18. sc around (42)
19. (dec, 5 sc) six times (36)
20. (dec, 4 sc) six times (30)
21. (dec, 3 sc) six times (24)
22. (dec, 2 sc) six times (18)
Stuff firmly, and continue stuffing as you close up the piece.
23. (dec, sc) six times (12)
24. dec six times (6)
Fasten off and pull closed.


Body:
In cream,
1. ch 6, join into a round (6 ch)
2-4. sc in each stitch around (6)
5. inc around (12)
6. (sc, inc) six times (18)
7. (8 sc, inc) two times (20)
8-14. sc around (20)
15. (3 sc, inc) five times (25)
16. (4 sc, inc) five times (30)
17. (5 sc, inc) five times (35)
18. (6 sc, inc) five times (40)
19. (4 sc, inc) eight times (48)
20. sc around in *back loops only* (48)
21. sc around (48)
22. (7 sc, inc) six times (54)
23-24. sc around (54)
25. (dec, 7 sc) six times (48)
26. (dec, 6 sc) six times (42)
27. (dec, 5 sc) six times (36)
28. (dec, 4 sc) six times (30)
29. (dec, 3 sc) six times (24)
30. (dec, 2 sc) six times (18)
Fasten off and stuff firmly, then match up opposite sides and sew closed along the last row of stitches. (The neck will still be open.)
Return to the unworked front loops from round 20:
In cream, put a slipknot on the hook to start a new piece of yarn.
Because of how you sewed it shut, the body will be flatter in one direction than the other. The flat sides will be the front and back of the plush. Find the loop that will be in the center of the front, and work one sc into it with the new piece of yarn, making sure the "wrong" side of the stitch is toward the bottom of the body, not the neck.
Row 1: continuing from the sc you just made, sc in the next 23 loops, for a total of 24 sc. You will end up halfway around the body.
Row 2: ch 1, turn. sc across (24)
Row 3: ch 1, turn. inc in the first stitch, then sc across (25)
Row 4: ch 1, turn. inc in the first stitch, then sc across (26)
Row 5: ch 1, turn. inc in the first stitch, then sc across (27)
Row 6: ch 1, turn. inc in the first stitch, then sc across (28)
Rows 7-11: ch 1, turn. sc across (28)
Fasten off and weave in the yarn end.
Start a new piece of yarn and repeat rows 1-11 on the remaining 24 unworked loops. You will wind up with a flap of fabric that covers each leg.


Arms (make 2):
In cream,
1. ch 10, join into loop (10 ch)
2-3. sc in each stitch around (10)
4. (4 sc, inc) two times (12)
5. 3 sc, switch to gray, 1 sc, switch back to cream, 5 sc, switch to gray, 1 sc, switch to cream, 2 sc (12)
6. 2 sc, switch to gray, 3 sc, switch to cream, 3 sc, switch to gray, 3 sc, switch to cream, 1 sc (12)
7. 1 sc, switch to gray, 5 sc, switch to crea, 1 sc, switch to gray, 5 sc (12)
8. switch to cream, 1 sc, switch to gray, 11 sc (12)
9-13. (still in gray) sc around (12)
Fasten off, but leave the last round of stitches open.

Fingers (3 per arm, 6 total):
In gray,
1. 4 sc in magic ring (4)
2. sc, inc, sc, inc (6)
3-4. sc around (6)
Fasten off, leaving a tail for sewing.

Assembly of the Arms:
Take two of the fingers and sew two stitches of one to one stitch of the other, using one of the yarn tails. Take a third finger and sew two of its stitches to the stitch on the previous finger opposite the single stitch from before. Each finger should now have four unworked stitches left, and all three fingers should be in a row: ^^^
Match each of the stitches on the fingers to one of the 12 unworked stitches on the end of the arm, and sew the pieces together with the remaining yarn tail. Repeat for the other arm.


The "Maw":
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Inside (make 2):
In red,
1. ch 2, turn, inc in 2nd ch from hook (2 sc)
2-5. ch 1, turn, inc, then sc across (3, 4, 5, 6)
6. ch 1, turn, sc across (6)
7. ch 1, turn, inc, then sc across (7)
8. ch 1, turn, inc, then sc across (8)
9. ch 1, turn, sc across (8)
10. ch 1, turn, inc, then sc across (9)
11. ch 1, turn, inc, then sc across (10)
12. ch 1, turn, sc across (10)
13. ch 1, turn, inc, then sc across (11)
14. ch 1, turn, inc, then sc across (12)
15-38. ch 1, turn, sc across (12)
Slip stitch around the edge of the piece to finish.
Fasten off.

Upper jaw:
In gray,
Repeat rows 1-14 of the inside of the maw.
15. ch 1, turn, sc across (12)
16. ch 1, turn, inc, then sc across (13)
17. ch 1, turn, inc, then sc across (14)
18. ch 1, turn, sc across (14)
19. ch 1, turn, inc, then sc across (15)
20-38. ch 1, turn, sc across (15)
Single crochet around the edge of the piece to finish.
Fasten off.

Lower jaw:
In gray, repeat rows 1 through 38 of the upper jaw.
39-41. ch 1, turn, sc across (15)
Single crochet around the edge of the piece, skipping rows 24, 28, and 32. The piece should curl to one side.
Fasten off.

There should be the same number of stitches around the outside edge of all three pieces when you are finished (not counting the open stitches of the final row).

End Cap:
In gray,
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. inc around (12)
3. (sc, inc) six times (18)
4. (2 sc, inc) six times (24)
5. (3 sc, inc) six times (30)
6. (4 sc, inc) six times (36)
7. (5 sc, inc) six times (42)
8-18. sc around (42)

Teeth (make 10):
In white,
Repeat rows 1-5 of the inside of the mouth.
Slip stitch down one of the edges of the resulting triangle to return to the starting point.
The two edges with worked stitches will be the edges that show in the final plush.

Maw Assembly:
Place the two mouth interiors flat on top of each other and sew the back edges together.
Place the lower jaw flat below the mouth pieces. Pin the teeth in the positions where they will go, but do not sew them in place.
With gray yarn, sc along the outside edge of the lower jaw, pushing the hook through the stitch from outside the jaw, and also through the corresponding stitch on the inside of the mouth, pulling the new yarn through both stitches. If there is a tooth there, sandwich it between the lower jaw and the mouth, putting your hook through all three pieces and pulling the new yarn through to attach the tooth to the jaw. Continue to the far side of the lower jaw.
Flip the piece over and attach the upper jaw to the upper part of the mouth in the same manner, single crocheting around the edge through both pieces, and through any intervening teeth.
You should end up with two pockets side-by-side, one for each half of the jaw, with the teeth sticking out of the seams like in the picture.
Stuff each pocket firmly.

Take the end cap and stuff it firmly as well. Then, sew it to to the open end of the maw to close up both pieces. Note: there is not a one-to-one correspondence in the number of stitches here, so just do your best to keep things even.


Details:
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Feet (make 2):
Top:
In gray,
1. 6 sc in magic ring. Pull tight, but do NOT join into a round. (6)
2. ch 1, turn. Work 2 sc in the first stitch, a sc and a hdc in the next stitch, 2 dc in each of the next two stitches,
    a hdc and a sc in the next stitch, and 2 sc in the last stitch. (12)
3. ch 1, turn. sc, inc, sc, [sc, hdc] in the next stitch, dc, 2 dc in the next stitch, dc, 2 dc in the next stitch,
    hdc, inc, sc, inc (18)
Fasten off.

Bottom:
In gray,
1. 6 sc in magic ring. Pull tight, but do NOT join into a round. (6)
2. ch 1, turn, inc in each stitch across (12)
3. ch 1, turn, (sc, inc) six times (18)
Fasten off.

Sew the two halves of the foot together (match up the V-shaped indent), stuffing as you go.

Antennae (make 2):
1. ch 6, join into a round (6)
2-3. sc around (6)
4. inc, then sc to end of round (7)
5. sc around (7)
6. inc, then sc to end of round (8)
7. sc around (8)
8. inc, then sc to end of round (9)
9. sc around (9)
10. inc, then sc to end of round (10)
11. sc around (10)
12. inc, then sc to end of round (11)
13. sc around (11)
14. inc, then sc to end of round (12)
15-16. sc around (12)
17. inc, then sc to end of round (13)
18-19. sc around (13)
20. inc, then sc to end of round (14)
21-22. sc around (14)
23. inc, then sc to end of round (15)
24-25. sc around (15)
Flatten and sew shut.

Spot:
In cream,
1. ch 3
2. sc dow the back of the chain, sc again in the same loop as the previous sc, sc in each stitch of the other side of the chain, and work one more sc in the same loop as the last sc. Join into a round with the first sc you made. (8)
3. inc in each sc around (16)
4. (sc, inc) eight times (24)
Fasten off.

"Hat" for top of head:
In gray,
1. 6 sc in magic ring. Pull tight, but do NOT join into a round. (6)
2. ch 1, turn, inc in each stitch across (12)
3. ch 1, turn, (sc, inc) six times (18)
4. ch 1, turn, (2 sc, inc) six times (24)
5. ch 1, turn, (3 sc, inc) six times (30)
6. ch 1, turn, (4 sc, inc) six times (36)
Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.

"Stem" connecting the Maw to the Head:
Leave a tail on the initial slipknot for sewing later.
1. ch 6, join into round (6)
2. sc around (6)
3. inc, then sc to end of round (7)
4. sc around (7)
5. inc, then sc to end of round (8)
6. sc around (8)
7. inc, then sc to end of round (9)
8. sc around (9)
9. inc, then sc to end of round (10)
10. sc around (10)
11. inc, then sc to end of round (11)
12. sc around (11)
13. inc, then sc to end of round (12)
14. sc around (12)
Fasten off, leaving a tail for sewing.


Final Assembly:
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Place a sturdy wire of chopstick into Mawile's neck to add stability, then stick the head onto the neck and sew it in place.
Sew the arms onto the sides of the body, and the feet onto the bottom of the legs, with the toes facing forward.
Sew the hat onto the top of the head, with the opening toward the nose.
Sew the spot onto the top of the maw, covering the seam between the jaws and the end cap.
Thread a sturdy wire through the stem, and lightly stuff around it. Bend the stem into a slight downward curve.
Thread the wire on the small side of the stem into the top of the head, and the wire on the wider side into the back of the maw. Sew each side of the stem in place to join the two sections.
Place a sturdy wire into each of the antennae and sew the open ends onto the front points of the hat.
Finally, embroider the eyes and mouth onto the head with white, red, and black yarn.
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Bellossom Amigurumi
Between all the leaves and figuring out a pattern for the flowers, this one took a lot of work, but I'm really happy with how she turned out.

Pattern:

Materials:
Light green, dark green, yellow, red, and pink yarn
Black safety eyes or buttons
Size G crochet hook

Abbreviations used:
sc - single crochet
ch - chain
sl st - slip stitch
hdc - half-double crochet
dc - double crochet
inc - two sc in the same stitch
dec - decrease over the next two stitches


Head & Body:
In light green:
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. inc around (12)
3. (sc, inc) six times (18)
4. (2 sc, inc) six times (24)
5. (3 sc, inc) six times (30)
6. (4 sc, inc) six times (36)
7. (5 sc, inc) six times (42)
8-13. sc around (42)
14. (5 sc, dec) six times (36)
15. (4 sc, dec) six times (30)
16. (3 sc, dec) six times (24)
If you are using safety eyes, stuff the piece lightly to get an idea of the shape of the head, then position the eyes and snap them into place.
17. (5 sc, inc) four times (28)
18. (6 sc, inc) four times (32)
19-22. sc around (32)
23. (14 sc, dec) twice (30)
24. (3 sc, dec) six times (24)
Stuff the piece firmly, and continue stuffing as you close it up.
25. (2 sc, dec) six times (18)
26. (sc, dec) six times (12)
27. dec six times (6)
Fasten off and sew closed.

Flowers (make 2):
In red:
Step 1: ch 10, and join into a ring with a sl st. (10 ch)
Step 2: make 15 sc directly in the ring (NOT in the stitches themselves) (15 sc)
Step 3: ch 6 (6 ch)
Step 4: sc in 2nd ch from the hook, and each chain after (5 sc). sl st in the front loop of the next sc of the ring from step 2
Step 5: turn and work along the sc from step 4: sc, sc, hdc, hdc, dc
Step 6: chain 1, turn, sc in next 5 stitches, then sl st in the front loop of the next sc of the ring from step 2
Step 7: repeat step 5.
Step 8: repeat step 6. One petal completed.
Step 9: repeat steps 3 through 8 four more times for a total of five petals.
Step 10: You should now be back at the start of the ring you made in step 2. Repeat steps 3 through 9, this time working in the back loops of the ring instead of the front loops. You should end up with five more petals behind your original five.
Step 11: sl st around the edges of the petals to join back to front.
Fasten off.

Flower Center (make 2):
In yellow:
1. ch 12, join in a loop (12)
2-5. sc around (12)
Fasten off, and roll into a tube, sewing the last row of stitches to the back loops of the original chain.

Arms (make 2):
In light green,
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. inc around (12)
3-4. sc around (12)
5. dec, sc to end of round (11)
6. sc around (11)
7. dec, sc to end of round (10)
8. sc around (10)
9. dec, sc to end of round (9)
10. sc around (9)
11. dec, sc to end of round (8)
12. sc around (8)
Fasten off and stuff firmly, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Leaves:
Make 4 in yellow, and 8 in dark green.
1. 4 sc in magic ring (4)
2. sc, inc, sc, inc (6)
3. 2 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc (8)
4. 3 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc (10)
5. 4 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc (12)
6. 5 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc (14)
7. 6 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc (16)
8. 7 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc (18)
9. 8 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc (20)
10. 9 sc, inc, 9 sc, inc (22)
11. 10 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc (24)
12. 11 sc, inc, 11 sc, inc (26)
13. 12 sc, inc, 12 sc, inc (28)
14. 13 sc, inc, 13 sc, inc (30)
15-19. sc around (30)
20. (3 sc, dec) six times (24)
21. (2 sc, dec) six times (18)
22. (sc, dec) six times (12)
Fasten off and flatten, leaving a tail for sewing.

Assembly:
The leaves attach to the body in three layers: from the bottom, four green leaves positioned on the diagonals, then four yellow leaves on front/back/left/right, and finally the last four green leaves, two each in front and back.
Sew the yellow flower centers to the middle of each flower, then sew the flowers to either side of the head.
Attach the arms to the sides of the body, slightly above the leaves.
Finally, using pink and red yarn, and your buttons if you decided not to use safety eyes, embroider the facial features onto the head.
The leaves should be thick enough for the figure to stand on its own; if it is too floppy, you can sew the bottom layer of leaves together where they touch for added stability.
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Yanma Amigurumi
Though it doesn't have the most individual pieces (Corsola, for example, has more), Yanma has probably the most intricate and varied construction of my amigurumi, between the round eyes, multiple body segments,  flat wings, and thin, tiny legs. I ended up stuffing a pair of chopsticks into the wings in an 'X' pattern to hold them up for the photograph.

Pattern:

Materials:
Red, lime green, dark grey, white, and orange yarn
scraps of black yarn
size 'G' crochet hook

Head:
In red,
1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2: inc x6 (12)
3: (sc, inc) x6 (18)
4: (sc x2, inc) x6 (24)
5-8: sc around (24)
9: (sc x3, dec) x6 (24)
10: (sc x2, dec) x6 (18)
11: (sc, dec) x6 (12)
Stuff firmly.
12: dec x6 (6)
F/O. Weave tail through last round and pull to close.

Eyes:
In green,
1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2: inc x6 (12)
3: (sc, inc) x6 (18)
4: ch 3, F/O.
5: with a new piece of yarn, repeat rows 1-4, but do not fasten off.
6: sl st to last chain on other eye
7: sc in every available stitch around both eyes, including the back loops of each chain after going around the first eye. (48)
F/O, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Antennae (make 2):
In red,
1: 3 sc in magic ring (3)
2: inc, sc x2 (4)
3: sc around (4)
4: inc, sc x3 (5)
5-6: sc around (5)
F/O

Thorax:
In red,
1: ch 4
2: turn, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next ch, 3sc in last ch, sc in back loop of previous ch, 2 sc in back loop of ch before that. sl st to original sc to form an oval ring. There should be 8 sc in total.
3: (sc, inc x3) x2 (14)
4: *sc, (sc, inc) x3, repeat from * (20)
5-8: sc around (20)
9: *sc, (sc, dec) x3, repeat from * (14)
10: (sc, dec x3) x2 (8)
Stuff firmly.
F/O and sew shut flat

Legs (make 6):
In dark gray,
1: ch 9
2: turn, sl st in 2nd ch from hook
3: ch 2
4: turn, sl st in 2nd ch from hook
5: sc in same ch that had sl st in row 2, sc in next 3 unworked ch, sl st in last 4 unworked ch.
F/O

Tail:
In red,
1: ch 10. sl st to first ch to join into loop
2-13: sc aroun (10)
F/O

End of tail:
In red,
Repeat rows 1-5 of thorax, skip rows 6-8, then finish off by repeating rows 9-10 of thorax.

Tail fins (make 2):
1: 6sc in magic ring (6)
2: (sc x2, inc) x2 (8)
3: sc around (8)
4: dec, sc x6 (7)
5: sc around (7)
6: dec, sc x5 (6)
7: sc around (6)
8: dec, sc x4 (5)
F/O

Wings (make 4):
Starting in white,
1: 8 sc in magic ring (8)
2: (sc x3, inc) x2 (10)
3: (sc x4, inc) x2 (12)
4: (sc x5, inc) x2 (14)
5: sc around, switching to orange at end of round (14)
6-9: sc around, swtiching back to white at end of last round (14)
10-11: sc around (14)
12: dec, sc x10, dec (12)
13: sc x10, dec (11)
14: sc x9, dec (10)
15: sc x8, dec (9)
16: sc around (9)
17: sc x7, dec (8)
18: sc around (8)
19: sc x6, dec (7)
20: sc around (7)
F/O

Assembly:
Attach eyes and antennae to head as in the photo.
Sew thorax and tail parts together in a line so that everything lies flat, stuffing any yarn ends into the hollow tail. Attach tail fins to either side of end of tail pointing outward.
Attach head to other end of thorax, then sew wings and legs to top and bottom of thorax respectively.
Use black yarn to embroider eyes and the divisions between body segments and mouth parts.
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Charles Wilson
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I am an artist with many interests. While I mainly design origami, and am working on improving my cartooning skills, I like to branch out into other fields such as writing, making pixel art, and crochet. I joined DeviantArt as a way to be able to share all of this in one place, although since I'm only going to post my better stuff, you will be seeing mostly origami and drawings here.

My origami is often based off of TV shows I watch; as you can probably tell, I am currently obsessed with My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. I also enjoy Doctor Who, Pokemon, and anime.
If any of you more crafty types are interested, I have added patterns to my Chimecho and Vileplume amigurumi plushies. Happy hooking!

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thunder-zap Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2016   Traditional Artist
I am on a mission right now to give as many people a llama for any Lyra Heartstrings art they have done. So... yeah. Here you go =) (Smile)

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ManicBulbs Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Happy Birthday 2 U! Hope you have a Happy Day and Many More!
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TwilightIsMagic Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2016  Student General Artist

:iconpinkiehappyplz::iconsaysplz:Yay! We're here, everypony!
:iconhappytsplz::iconsaysplz:Phew, that wasn't long. I told you we could easily make it on hoof!
:iconstyle1plz::iconsaysplz:Speak for yourself, Twi, you didn't have to carry this cake! It's heavy, you know!
:iconpinkiebrilliantplz::iconsaysplz:Thank you for helping out, Dashie! I couldn't have settled for anything less, after all!
:iconfluttershy-plz::iconsaysplz:Hi... We're here to... wish you a happy birthday.
:iconpinkiepieplz::iconsaysplz:You said it! Happy birthday!
:iconbrilliantpinkieplz::iconsaysplz:And what better way to say "happy birthday" than with a cake?:iconcakepinkplz:
:iconapple-jackplz::iconsaysplz:Why, with a real Apple family apple pie, of course! :iconapplepieplz:

:iconderpyhappyplz::iconsaysplz:With a muffin! Yay!:iconmlpmuffinplz:

:iconraritysmileplz::iconsaysplz:But these, while pleasant to give, mean little by themselves...

:iconrarityiscuteplz::iconsaysplz:What makes them meaningful are our wishes for you!

:iconpinkiesmile2plz::iconsaysplz:Exactly! And we wish for you to have a perfect birthday and a great year ahead of you!

:iconrainbowdashhappyplz::iconsaysplz:Don't fear any challenges you might face! No matter how bad it may seem, have faith in yourself and keep on being awesome!

:icontwilighthappyplz::iconsaysplz:And while at it, keep a level head and don't lose sight of what's important! Keep the magic of friendship alive in yourself!

:iconapplejackhappyplz::iconsaysplz:Remember your loved ones and friends, an' don't let little things an' worries get you down! 
:iconspikethinkingplz::iconsaysplz:We hope that you'll find all you seek and be the best you can be!

:iconrarityjoyplz::iconsaysplz:Don't forget to respect yourself! You're the best at being you, so stay true to what you really are!

:iconflutterpweezeplz::iconsaysplz:And we hope that you'll be at peace with yourself, too... and that the year ahead will be peaceful for you.

:iconpinkiewinkplz::iconsaysplz:And throughout all that, have fun! It isn't fun if you don't have any, after all, and fun it should be!

:iconpinkiepartyplz::iconsaysplz:Just like today! Party on!

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Chatterbeast Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday!
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NecromancerKing85 Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
HAPPY BIRTHDAY birthday cake 
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Armosk Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2015
:iconpinkieisexcitedplz::iconsaysplz: Happy Birthday!:iconpinkiepiecakeplz:
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Chatterbeast Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday!
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TwilightIsMagic Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2015  Student General Artist
:iconpinkiehappyplz::iconsaysplz:Weeee! Today's the day, everypony!
:icontwilightderpplz::iconsaysplz:Pinkie, do we have to teleport in like that every time?
:iconpinkiecuteplz::iconsaysplz:Of course, silly! Else it wouldn't be a proper birthday greeting!
:iconisaypinkieplz::iconsaysplz:Ahem...
:iconpinkiepiesmileplz::iconsaysplz:Happy birthday!
:iconapplejackplz::iconsaysplz:And it wouldn't be a proper birthday if Ah didn't bring y'all an apple pie, baked by yours truly!:iconapplepieplz:
:iconrarityiscuteplz::iconsaysplz:Let us all give you our best wishes on this occasion and wish you a wonderful year!
:iconflutter-shyplz::iconsaysplz:I hope that you will not run into any trouble this year and that everything will be as good as it can possibly be.
:icondashissuperhappyplz::iconsaysplz:Don't forget that you're awesome! And that we're all your friends! Keep on rockin'!
:icontwilightliciousplz::iconsaysplz:Always keep the magic of friendship within you. May it bring you as much joy as it brings us!
:iconadorablespikeplz::iconsaysplz:And don't ever feel like you're useless or unworthy! Only you have what it takes to live your life, so don't let anyone or anything else get you down!
:iconbrilliantpinkieplz::iconsaysplz:And of course, don't forget to have fun while at it! And speaking of fun...
:iconpinkiebrilliantplz::iconsaysplz:It's time to party!:iconpinkiepartyplz:
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firefanatic Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, I just noticed that you got your story up on fimfiction, so I'm moving my operations over there. Don't be surprised if you got one less watcher, okay?
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Cyberglass Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It's okay. I know it's easier to track stories over there, but I started on DeviantArt so I will continue to mirror my updates here. Are you sure you don't want to stick around for the art?
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