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11  Re: Wes Anderson Swap Take 2: Gallery in The Swap Gallery by teriyakimoto on: April 20, 2008 08:17:11 PM
I'm finally posting the loot Ambraqi sent awhile ago.  Sorry it took me so long!

Here are all the goods:

Rushmore - Max Fischer's Beret
Royal Tenenbaums - mini Ari Tenenbaum stuffie
Life Aquatic w/ Steve Zissou - painted tank w/ nautical buttons + cross-stitch movie quote in frame



Close-ups:

Beret + Ari (or Uzi)



Tank + Framed quote



Thanks again Ambraqi!  I am in love with the stuffed Ari.  The beret and tank are super comfy and fit perfect!
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12  Steve Zissou Doll in Knitting: Completed Projects by teriyakimoto on: April 06, 2008 07:15:10 PM
I made this guy for a swap.  He's kind of goofy lookin, but I like him.  I think I'll have to make one for myself.  Though next time he's getting a leg holster and glock.







Thanks for looking!
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13  Re: Knitted Gas Mask Hat in Knitting: Completed Projects by teriyakimoto on: February 24, 2008 10:35:22 PM
Here are some more pics to give you a better idea of the construction:

Mask Front:


Mask Inside:


Hat Front:


Hope that helps!
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14  Knitted Gas Mask Hat in Knitting: Completed Projects by teriyakimoto on: February 20, 2008 02:59:23 PM
A friend of mine decided he wanted a knitted gas mask + hat to wear for winter bike trips to work.  Of course I offered to do it not really thinking about how I'd actually do it.  Months later (after lots of reminding) I finally finished it:

side shot:



front:



pose:




It fits pretty snug so the wind won't creep in.  He picked the colors.  The mask fits over the hat and is attached with velcro for ease of use.  He also liked the idea of the straps showing, which I wasn't sure about at first, but now think he was right as it does make it look more like a gas mask.  The canister part of the gas mask is supported by plastic canvas.  The hat part of it is from Knitty (Blue Hills).  The mask was done without a pattern, so required lots of measuring of his face.  I'm pretty happy with the result. 

I used:
Brown Sheep Co. Lamb's Pride Bulky (in white and charcoal)
US 10 DPNs and circular (16")
black sew velcro
plastic canvas

Thanks for looking!
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15  Friday the 13th -- Jason Mask Bag in Knitting: Completed Projects by teriyakimoto on: January 01, 2008 01:37:41 PM
I made this bag for the Monster Mash Swap.  My partner likes teen slasher movies, so I made:



inside (red corduroy):


Thanks for looking!
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16  Re: Monster Mash -- monster movie/tv swap gallery in The Swap Gallery by teriyakimoto on: January 01, 2008 01:31:08 PM
So, I got my package yesterday from NixArmageddon.  Holy crap!  I love everything!  You are my favorite swap partner ever.  Here are the goods:

Gamera Potholder:



Evil Dead Box (Bruce Campbell is my god):



AND the coolest apron I've ever seen!  It looks reversible. 
front -- Ultraman (felt and corduroy):


inside -- spacey material and pockets:


Action shot!:


Thanks for everything!  I immediately showed everyone I know my awesome stuff.  I can't believe the apron.  It looks like you put a lot of work into it.  I wish I could make aprons like that!  It's pretty funny we both used corduroy.  Great minds think alike.  Might have to set up a personal swap Wink
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17  Re: Retro Video Game Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by teriyakimoto on: December 16, 2007 04:39:39 PM
I got my pkg on friday from greatlonggone.  She did such an awesome job!

Princess Peach Box, Tetris magnets, Necklace w/ charms (red & green mushrooms, legend of zelda heart container, space invader):



Crocheted Mario Bros. Star (I put it on my x-mas tree):



Knitted Pac-man Hat (very cozy):



AND my fav, NES purse:



Thanks for everything!  I love it all.
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18  Super Mario World Keyhole Scarf (literally) w/ Yoshi in Knitting: Completed Projects by teriyakimoto on: November 26, 2007 12:09:39 PM
I posted this originally in completed projects, but someone recommended I enter the challenge.  I figured why not!  Couldn't hurt to try.   Wink

(original post: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=210152.msg2252493;topicseen#msg2252493)





Thanks for looking!
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19  Super Mario World Keyhole Scarf (literally) w/ Yoshi NOW W/ CHART in Knitting: Completed Projects by teriyakimoto on: November 26, 2007 09:28:39 AM
Hi!  I made this scarf for the Retro Video Game swap.  I love it!  You put the key through the hole and you're neck is toasty.  I used acrylic yarn on DPNs then duplicate stitched the images.  I'm definitely making more. 





Thanks for looking!


UPDATE!
Here's the chart!:

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20  Re: Retro Video Game Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by teriyakimoto on: November 26, 2007 09:22:08 AM
Here's what I sent to greatlonggone:

Yoshi Zippered Pouch:
It's a green mesh over white fabric.  I was trying to go for a scaley feel.




Super Mario 3 Chest w/ items (marble magnets):
The magnets were all the things you could get from the chests in the Mushroom house.




Legend of Zelda Fairy in a Bottle:
Used to replenish health.




And my favorite!  Super Mario World Keyhole Scarf (excuse the goofy smirk):




Hope she liked everything.
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