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1  UNITED STATES / Missouri / oh the awesome woollyness! on: January 11, 2010 03:37:06 AM
idk if this is where this should be but in Eureka there is a awesome wool shop i go there all the time. its called Wool Gatherings here is their site check it out mabey youll catch me there lol http://www.woolgatherings.net/
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Am I crazy or is this normal? on: April 17, 2009 08:22:44 PM
I don't know if this happens to anyone but me or not. i want to make a dress out of a tshirt and a bandanna, sounds easy right? not. the tshirt is a really fresh one i bought online (that isn't sold any more) and I'm scared to cut it in fear that ill screw up and ruin what I'm doing. i bought the shirt when i was heavier its a  big 2x and i now wear a XL/L. i love the shirt so i want to make it a dress to wear this summer. i love this shirt and i don't want to screw it up. here's a pic of what i plan on doing made in paint...

i may do an x in the back. idk. id have to cut the shirt first. omg.
thanks for looking at my madness. hope this is in the right place/ makes sense. ~Ozzy
3  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Chocolate Milk Carton Coin Purse on: August 15, 2008 01:13:17 PM
I make this coin purse using a tute on CO+K by connect the dots. Mine turned out a bit diffrent from hers because I was falling asleep when I did it. I think it turned out ok for my first try. Here is the link for the wonderful tute... http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/milk_carton_coin_purse ,and here is my attempt...
Front

Left Side

Right Side

Back

Front Minus Cap

Under The Flap

Inside The Purse (empty)

Inside The Purse (with pennies)

Thanks for looking,
Ozzy

4  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Completed Projects / Mushroom and Flower Incence Holders on: August 02, 2008 04:02:28 PM
My Brother and I got bored last night and decided to mess with some sculpey clay. This is what we came up with...
Mine, the mushroom in my fave colors (orange & purple) it holds 8 incense rods/sticks and one cone (unbaked)

Mine baked

Action shot of mine, not burning & with out the cone

Action shot #2 of mine (That's a penny in the cone space)

My Brother's the flower in white and blue, it holds one rod/stick

Action shot of his, not burning

And the two together right after cooking

Thanks for looking,
Ozzy
5  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions / Help with plushie pattern (Sewing) on: July 30, 2008 10:44:49 PM
I want to make a very large plushie, sewn completely by hand (I hate and suck at hand sewing). My machine will be in storage until September and I can't wait that long I have plushie fever! I decided to draw up a pattern for a very large plushie with a 16 inch zipper in the back so I can stuff smaller plushies inside it! I must be crazy so I drew my pattern on some taped together newspaper and realized I can't get the ears where I want them, I want them straight, close at the bottom and out to the sides. So I made a picture in Paint of basically what I drew up with some rough measurements (due to my indecisiveness about the ears placement is temporary and I don't have measurements).  The more I work on this project the more I feel in over my head, Ive already bought the fabric and zipper so my question is, Is this practical or am I in over my head? (Please keep in mind I have more little plushies to make that I haven't bought fabric for yet). Well here is my bunny sort of thing (The red thing is the zipper, and the orange is approximate eye sizes and placements.)...



I'm not sure how well I explained myself but now after sharing my confusion/frustrations about what to do next (Ive been putting off cutting the fabric for over a week) hopefully things will become clearer.
Thanks for reading all my stuff and checking out my pattern,
Ozzy
6  COOKING / Dessert / Grandma's Apple Cake on: July 28, 2008 06:10:56 PM
OK I tried to make my Grandma's Apple Cake but it didn't work out like I had planned (the batter is mixer only, unless you want to mix by hand for over an hour  Roll Eyes that was not fun). Anyways here it is, sorry I cant share the recipe, its a secret (*giggles*)
Thanks for looking, Ozzy

I think it's pretty in an ugly sort of way

Crappy pic of layering
7  GLASS CRAFTS / Glass Crafts: Discussion and Questions / Safely Painting A Light Bulb For Use? on: July 28, 2008 02:43:50 PM
Is there any way I can paint a light bulb and use it safely at home? Would there be a special kind of paint I would have to use? Or a special bulb? Is there a chance this would be dangerous? Any help or comments would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, Ozzy
8  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Orange Juice Box Doodles on: July 22, 2008 04:47:08 PM
OK here it goes, I'm stuck at home sick drinking my OJ and decide to doodle on the carton with my sharpies...

Sheriff Orange (looking at the sky):


The Fisherman:


Baby Snorkeler:


Big Scare:


Little Scare (Sorry about the blurriness):


Sharpies:



Thanks for looking and any comments are appreciated Smiley
P.S. The coating on the carton messed with my sharpies.
9  UNITED STATES / Missouri / What sort of crafty things/places are there in Eureka/STL? on: July 11, 2008 07:36:35 PM
I'm new to the area and was curious as to whats going on in the way of craftiness in Eureka/STL.
Thanks in advance  Smiley
10  FIBER ARTS / Dyeing: Discussion and Questions / Pop (Soda) for dyeing fabrics? on: July 11, 2008 07:20:27 PM
I was wondering does any one on here know if I could use Faygo Pop to dye any kind of fabrics? Here is the Faygo website:  www.faygo.com 
Thanks in advance
Smiley
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