Hey there, Is anyone in Sendai or nearabouts? I'm moving there, currently trying to decide which scissors, fabric, crochet hooks to pack - such decisions! (What sort of interfacing will I be able to buy? Should I take extra vilene...) I'd love to meet and craft with any others in the area. Pm if you're interested, Cheers Cindy.
I love fusing plastic bags, and am forever on the lookout for good ones! My son recently had his wisdom teeth out, and brought home some awesome medical waste bags. So, as a reminder of his trip to hospital I made a bag from them, an old seatbelt and a piece of black glittery polar fleece. Here's the front
I love looking at the sprites people post, but I never really understood how they were done, not being a gamer. I always click on the links, see the image and think well, now what? Finally I worked it out (d'oh!) So here is my first attempt at pasting a picture into paint, and following the grid. Hope you like it! I should have ironed it, by I was so excited that Little My actually worked.
i want to make a doll (similar to a pose doll), but I can't work out how to make her stand up, without looking like a stiff soldier. I've tried little lumps of clay, extra stuffing and cardboard, wire and washers for her feet, but nothing looks right. Does anyone have any good ideas? I don't really want to have a wire holder that she leans on (like mini Blythe dolls).
Is anyone interested in an international plastic bag swap? I'm thinking different colours, different languages, just different too what we find every day. They fold up really small, so I think we could send 30 overseas without breaking the budget. Any takers? Please PM me, or just answer to this. (sorry if I'm doing this wrong moderators! Please let me know!!)
I crocheted these plastic bag holders from - what else? - plastic bags. Each holder used about 53 bags. They are about 40 centimetres long, and hold heaps of empty bags. I love crochet, such a great way to procrastinate!