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1  Re: Glass Gun Tea Pot in Glass Crafts: Completed Projects by j_rabbette on: December 02, 2006 03:51:24 PM
Last semester I made a toy-gun plaster mold for slip casting and making ceramic guns.  It came out beautifully.  I even made a teapot using the mold for the spout and handle.

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2  Stash Buster Afghan in Crochet: Completed Projects by j_rabbette on: November 12, 2006 01:28:28 PM
So this is what I'm working on, and I'm almost done.  It was supposed to be a stash buster project, but I've already ended up spending another fifty bucks on yarn for it.  All the yarns I chose though are super tactile and soft and snuggly and fairly bulky, I can't wait until it's done.  I'm almost there, just a few more squares and then I think I'll add a picot or ruffle or bobble border...  Ideas on that?


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3  Re: iPod Cozies in Knitting: Completed Projects by j_rabbette on: October 04, 2005 05:19:54 PM
Yay! I just got an ipod shuffle last night and right away crocheted a sock for it... what do you all think?

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4  Re: Jesse Girl's Gallery of Scarves in Crochet: Completed Projects by j_rabbette on: September 30, 2005 01:13:46 PM
Okay... so here are a few more pics of scarves I have busted out...

crochet with awesome annie blatt yarn...



old school crochet with scrap acrylic yarn...



crochet in knit style with chenile...



Came out with little loops all over the place, was an accident but looks cool...



And the latest and the greatest... Dr. Seuss presents Oscar Roadkill... a felted fun fur concoction...



Here's a detail, look how well it felted...




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5  Re: stitch n' bitch felted marsupial tote in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by j_rabbette on: September 30, 2005 12:32:23 PM
Thought I'd share mine...  I made it this summer while driving to Montana...  I love it, it was my first felt project and has me totally addicted...



It inspired me to add another scarf design to my collection, it's called the Oscar Roadkill Scarf...



Here's a detail... It felted so well, even with the fun fur...



I love seeing everyone else's totes, they inspire me to make another one...
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6  Ceramic Class Projects in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by j_rabbette on: March 24, 2005 02:10:45 PM
My first completed projects are below... I'm so excited for they turned out much nicer than I could have ever expected.  I love them.  Any ideas on what to use ceramic tiles for?

PEACE

Jessy

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7  Re: Jesse Girl's Gallery of Scarves in Crochet: Completed Projects by j_rabbette on: March 18, 2005 03:51:09 PM
Here are some more of the scarves I knit and crocheted over the winter. 

1st knit scarf



2nd knit scarf




"Go Niners!" Scarf




"MochaChocaLotta" Scarf


I made a couple others that I'll post pictures of later...

PEACE

Jessy
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8  Re: First Sweater Support Group in Knitalongs by j_rabbette on: March 18, 2005 03:32:24 PM
Okay so here is my progress... Just a reminder, I'm working on Stitch'n'Bitch's "To Dye For" sweater working with Red Heart Symphony in Persimmon. It's an acrylic yarn which is kinda yucky but it's not that bad especially for acrylic.  I didn't want to spend a lot on my first sweater, in case it doesn't turn out, you know?  Anyway here it is...



the front piece in progress




the back piece finished




Good job everyone on your sweaters!

PEACE

Jessy
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9  Re: Pink Sprinkles Wrist Warmers in Knitting: Completed Projects by j_rabbette on: March 02, 2005 01:14:06 AM
I made new wrist warmers.  These are called "I love being green" Wrist Warmers.  The pattern has been a bit modified for this pair, and they happen to fit me a lot better and keep my wrists much warmer.



PEACE

Jessy
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10  Jesse Girl's Art Gallery in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by j_rabbette on: February 27, 2005 11:45:32 PM
Hey thought I'd post some of my old works... Maybe spark some ideas for some of you, keep the creative current flowing.


Jesus Was A Rockstar; pencil, watercolor pencil on printer paper, Spring 2000


Daffodil; watercolor, acrylic, ink, pencil on watercolor paper, Spring 2001


Palomas; watercolor, acrylic, ink on watercolor paper, Spring 2001


Faces; acrylic and paper on canvas, Spring 2001


Reach For The Starz; pencil, marker on printer paper, Fall 2002


Lucky One; watercolor, acrylic on illustration board, Spring 2004


Lucky Two; watercolor on illustration board, Spring 2004


Lucky Three; pencil on illustration board, Spring 2004

Enjoy!

PEACE

Jessy
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