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1  Disney Princess Skirt! (Pic chubby) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by PegasusMarsters on: April 25, 2008 08:11:04 AM
Let me start by saying this is my completed "from scratch" garment... I've reconned and made some bags but this is my first piece of clothing completely from scratch.

I started with a metre of pink stretch velour, a metre of net and a yard of disney princess fabric. I have loads left of everything except the net which I used up on this project. My friend Lix suggested the bow ^.^

I hate this bench


The sun was in my eyes


Unintentional action shot, I moved before the pic had taken:


And I think the sun was still in my eyes:
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2  My little deer... in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by PegasusMarsters on: February 27, 2008 06:05:58 PM
I made this using Netterz pattern. I'm so pleased with how it came out... it's my grandmothers birthday present because she loves baby deers with big eyes.





I'd love feedback ^.^
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3  Re: My Handsewn Ellie in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by PegasusMarsters on: February 25, 2008 04:15:42 PM
OH MY! Look! A whole herd!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v668/pegasusmarsters/Image010.jpg

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4  My Handsewn Ellie (Now a herd of handsewn ellies!) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by PegasusMarsters on: February 24, 2008 07:08:02 PM
After seeing this post I was enamoured by the gorgeous ellies: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=229362.0

So... I got a hold of the pattern and made my own. I'm in love with it. My best friend wants one now and I think I'm going to make a whole herd! ^.^ Completely handsewn and made from felt.



BTW I'm not mad. The reason I have an extra keyboard on my laptop is because the built in one is broken and I've not sent it for repair yet.
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5  Pirates Of The Caribbean t-skirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by PegasusMarsters on: January 22, 2008 04:31:01 PM
I reconstructed this today before heading out and wearing it for the evening. Woo. I love it and it's so comfy. I've had this t-shirt for years and as a skinny girl it was way too big for me. It was marked a size (american) small but it seems more like a UK medium.

My posting of this was delayed by the news of the death of Heath Ledger. RIP Heath.

Here's the back. It's not really that uneven, it was just not leveled properly when I took the photo.


And the front, which I kept big because it amused me that my slippers showed. They just don't go with the outfit.
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6  Re: Post Photos of Your Tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by PegasusMarsters on: January 15, 2008 07:14:57 AM
I feel a bit pathetic posting after Nerdysocks post with these... they're very simple designs drawn by a good friend of mine who I adore. I'm hugely into the performing arts and love to act... it's my passion. I got these tattoos this time last year...



They are perfectly aligned (my tattooist measured with a ruler) but I suck about keeping my shoulders even. I've since had the red on the devil touched up. The colours are much much brighter than they appear here, especially the blue.

To show how perfect they are to me, here's the original design. My tattooist did a fab job as far as I'm concerned, even with me bitching the poor man out because I was in pain.

I do have plans for more tattoos in the future. I'm desperately trying to find an elephant design I like (Elephants are my favourite animals!) and I'm currently wanting to get the words "Dream" and "Live" somewhere on my body. I'm thinking about getting them both on the tops of my thighs at the back but I dunno. I considered my ankles for them too. Thoughts anyone? I'd ideally like to be able to see them but also want them somewhere I can cover them easily (I have disapproving family and it's easier to just hide the tats). I also thought about getting them put underneath my current tats but I dunno which way round i'd put them... possibley dream under the angel and live under the devil? I dunno >_> Thoughts plz?! Smiley

I also am contemplating getting another mask on the small of my back to go with the ones on my shoulders.

Phew, long post.
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7  Also late for the trend... my calorimetry in Knitting: Completed Projects by PegasusMarsters on: October 25, 2007 07:30:16 AM
I only cast on 60 stitches because I KNEW my yarn would fluff up. Part way through the stitch pattern went all askew and I was knitting where I should be purling, dunno what happened there. I think I possibley did some YO's by accident but I dunno. Anyhow... here's the result.





Excuse my short and strangely behaving hair, and lack of makeup in these pictures  Tongue
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8  Re: New Knitty's Calorimetry in Knitalongs by PegasusMarsters on: October 24, 2007 04:47:43 PM
I did mine! It's blue and green colourway chenille yarn that I love... I made fingerless gloves earlier this week that match. It looks and feels SO nice but SOOOO Warm. Good thing England is a cold country  Grin And I'm another short hair here;) My hair's just reaching jaw length in a layered bob. I'll get a picture for the thread soon.

ETA: Pictures and details.

I cast on 60 stitches and did row five 7 times over. I did row seven 9 times over. Got that? Good. This is a VERY fluffy yarn so it just kinda.. grows as you knit. turned out perfect size. Good guestimation on my part. I didn't swatch  Tongue
 Sorry for blurry cell phone camera pics, my hair behaving oddly and my lack of make up.  Tongue


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9  Boyfriend scarf and hat in Knitting: Completed Projects by PegasusMarsters on: October 23, 2007 07:01:49 PM
This is what started me knitting, the hat was my first project ever but my second FO. I'm still proud of it and how it came out. As with everything I posted so far it's chenille yarn (Yes, ok! I overbought this blue yarn. I accept that! It fluffed out and went further than I thought it would! Gimme a break people!  Tongue ) For anyone thinking this is a bit girly... he's a complete hippy in his fashion sense and loves stuff like this  Grin





Sadly no pics on BF but I will take some at some point.
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10  FO... fingerless gloves/wrist warmers. in Knitting: Completed Projects by PegasusMarsters on: October 23, 2007 02:59:08 PM
Yet another chenille project. These were MEANT to go with a scarf and hat I made BF but sadly I made them too small... so they're being kept for me Grin I'll make him some larger. I didn't follow a pattern, I just kinda blagged it as I went. Again I'm really sorry for the crappy webcam shots. Opinions please?



ETA: Here's a camera phone picture of it which might show the colours better:

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