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1  fleece hat pattern? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by kittymao on: September 24, 2007 02:13:53 PM
Okay- I had a great idea for a costume for my Godson.
The crowning piece would be a fleece hat that pinned under his chin- with Yoda ears.


I had seen a fleece hat from the Gap that used two outside pieces and two liner pieces, and can't seem to find a similar pattern.
i was then going to use some boning and triangular pieces for the ears on the outside.

Does anyone have a pattern a fleece hat with ear flaps?
Or is it really as easy as I think it is and I can just Cut it out of the fabric?
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2  tiki pins! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by kittymao on: September 19, 2007 12:33:43 PM
yaay!

I made these out of sculpey, in the intention of selling them at the flea market. They are made from Super Sculpey, which is different than fimo or sculpey. It's the fleshy stuff in the green box- bakes super hard, rarely crumbles. It and I are bestest fwends!

(ps, sorry for the dumpy pics, i do what i can!)



I start with a flat, rectangular shape. I draw the face in with a blade, and add layers of clay to build it up. I fire it, paint it and add a metallic paint to the surface. Seal, adhere brooch back and ka- poof! SUPER NEETO PIN!



and, uhm. I love anil enamel. that's what I use to paint sculpey. beautiful sheen, awesome choice of colors- won't go nowhere!

enjoy.
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