Dragons - one crochet one knit!

SimonWales's picture

In a previous post I said I was knitting a scarf from son of stitch and bitch to which i added a Dragon panel - well it's finished now so I thought I would share it. horrah! I also crocheted a dragon for one of my great neices so I thought I would show you that too. I'm rather pleased with both of them - only problem is that now I have finished the crocheted dragon I don't want to give him away. Freddy (Yes, I've named him) is part of the family now.

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michaelpthompson's picture

Looking great Simon. I can

Looking great Simon. I can see the Welsh influence, especially in the scarf.

SimonWales's picture

Thanks guys - I have now

Thanks guys - I have now finished the angel-pig which is sitting with Freddy (I mean the dragon) The dog is looking at them both covetously - wait until he sees the T-Rex!!

twistknit's picture

I love the scarf and the

I love the scarf and the Dragon. Makes me want to dig out my crochet hooks!

MMario's picture

Agreed! I've got a few new

Agreed! I've got a few new spawn in the neighborhood that would love dragons like this.

I love them! The scarf is

I love them! The scarf is really nice and the dragon is really cute. You do very nice work.

Bill Carl's picture

Just Terrific. Love the

Just Terrific. Love the dragon, and the scarf is great. Love the color of the scarf.

paulrdallas's picture

Fantastic work!

Fantastic work!

Wow! great stuff. Although if

Wow! great stuff. Although if you make the angel-pig and the T-rex you're going to run into the same problem: not wanting to give them away. That's ok, Freddy could use some friends (or food).

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

That scarf definitely turned

That scarf definitely turned out great. And Freddie could come live with me anytime. But I guess not...wouldn't want to disappoint your great niece. Thanks for sharing.

AKQGuy's picture

Wonderful fiber work! I agree

Wonderful fiber work! I agree with Mark. I could just see those in a gift shop somewhere. Both objects in fact.

SimonWales's picture

Thanks for your kind words

Thanks for your kind words guys. The dragon is from a pattern (oh, how I wish I could make something like this without help!) - I bought it from www.etsy.com, and it's called JJ The Fire Dragon. The designer has lots of patterns that I think are lovely - I'm doing an Angel-Pig for my Great-Neice and a T-Rex for my Great-Nephew. I love crochet sculpture too - there are some great patterns around these days. Next, I'm going to make a hat to match the scarf - I'm still looking for a pattern I like.

chipsir's picture

Love the color, the scarf is

Love the color, the scarf is just amazing, it really is nice

ronhuber's picture

Beautiful work.

Beautiful work.

CLABBERS's picture

You could market that

You could market that dragon...it's amazing! I can just see shelves of them in all the colors of the rainbow sitting in a high-end gift shop. Well done!
Mark

scottly's picture

Dude!!!!! The crochet dragon

Dude!!!!! The crochet dragon is fabulous - is it from a pattern or did you just make it up as went along? I love corchet sculpture - I crocheted a pink flamingo in highschool and lots of free form crochet pieces in college.

I'm reading Game of Thrones and it's turning me on to the dragon theme - love the scarf.