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1  CLOTHING / Clothing Sewalongs / Re: Promalong - Making your own Prom dress? Join the club! on: January 13, 2008 11:44:26 AM
Thank you so much for the advice, I really appreciate it! I think I will make the trip to the store; it really is time that I got my driver's license, ha.
2  CLOTHING / Clothing Sewalongs / Re: Promalong - Making your own Prom dress? Join the club! on: January 12, 2008 07:17:05 PM
Hi everyone! So I'm planning on making a dress for my semi-formal (junior prom), and this pattern is the one that I'd like to make, too!

I plan on shortening it up a bit... anyways. I also have a few other patterns in mind! I have a couple months to decide on something, but I don't want to wait until the last minute.

I'm fairly good at sewing although I've certainly never attempted a project of this magnitude before (I'm probably over-confident, but I have a backup dress, so I have nothing to lose!). Sadly, I know very little about fabric. What fabric would look the least cliche (somehow, I want to stay away from satin) but still look dressy? Tulle is usually used for trim? Is it a terrible idea to order fabric online - should I convince my dad to drive me to the distant Joann's, instead? Thanks in advance for whatever help you can give me; I hate to be so clueless, but it's better to ask questions now than screw up later! :]
3  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Blue Tubey on: September 05, 2007 06:06:26 PM
I've been considering this as my first sweater. I am dying to knit a sweater but I don't want to try something too frustrating! May I inquire as to which size you knitted, since you said it was turning out too large? It looks really nice in a solid color!
4  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Wonder Woman Jumper (4 images) on: August 31, 2007 01:44:46 PM
This is fantastic and very flattering on you. I especially love the sleeves; all of those stars really show dedication! I read your blog (I was intrigued!) and you really jumped a ton of difficult hurdles - especially the color problems. Great job!
5  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Help me match a project to this yarn? on: August 28, 2007 06:04:58 PM
I've never knitted lace before but Branching Out looks like a really good starting pattern! I think I might give it a go. Thanks so much! (Other suggestions are still welcome, of course.)

Also, the yarn was wonderfully cheap - 8 Canadian dollars for all of it. If you're ever in Quebec, visit Magasin de Fibres L. B. Inc. The woman who works there is really pleasant!
6  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Help me match a project to this yarn? on: August 28, 2007 05:24:48 PM
Hi, I'm Ally! I'm sort of new to Craftster. I'm 16 and I really like to knit, among other things. :] I'm not a fantastic knitter but I learn fast! Maybe you can help me...

I bought some (about 150 meters, I'd estimate) weird yarn in Montreal. In the store, the woman will assemble a yarn that you choose by putting together different strands. I was really intimdated and I've forgotten all my French this summer so I just picked out something she had already made. I have no idea what it is made out of! It's really sparkly though. I'd call it about fingering weight.

Still, it's a bit of a pain to knit with. I was about halfway through one mitten of Corazon but the mitten was small and stiff so I frogged it (I also realized that I wouldn't have enough yarn to make them much bigger). So I've been trying to think of what would work with this yarn but I really can't figure it out! A hat pattern of my own invention? A stripey scarf? Can you guys help suggest anything?

I'm too new to post pictures, but you can see the yarn here!

Thanks everyone!
7  GLASS CRAFTS / Glass Crafts: Completed Projects / Re: Stop looking at me, swan on: July 05, 2007 07:17:57 PM
Thanks guys! I was talking to my friend yesterday and we've decided that it is unlikely that somebody actually stole it, despite what my teacher said. I think someone might have broken it and then thrown it out in embarassment, because that seems slightly more likely. But I'm glad you like it, I spent a lot of time on it. :]
8  GLASS CRAFTS / Glass Crafts: Completed Projects / Stop looking at me, swan on: July 01, 2007 07:02:12 PM
Hi! I'm Ally, I'm 16 and I'm new to Craftster - I signed up for sewing help, but saw this forum and I knew I had something to contribute!

This is a stained glass project I did this past year. I was sophomore in highschool and unfortunately I won't be able to continue glass as a junior - I've opted to take higher level photo and studio art classes instead and don't have time to continue glass (I'm not that good at it, anyways!). This is the only picture I have of my swan. When I went to get it on the last day of school, my teacher informed me that it had never been framed. Apparently someone stole it. I was really upset at first, but I guess the joke is on them, since it isn't very well made, heh. Hopefully you like it, though!

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