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1  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Boog plushie with tiny tut* on: May 07, 2008 04:45:26 PM
Hey there ^^
I have a bunch of comics and characters I work on, and one of my favourites is Boog. Hes an assistant at a demonic hospital in my comic "Stitch'em Up" * I have yet to post any on the net. I plan on working on them first.
So I decided to sew a quick plushie of him just to make me feel better when Im sick.

(Sorry about the crappy webcam pics.)


And heres how I made him

Took me about an hour, its that easy!

Thanks for looking
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / white loli skirt, black skirt, bunny shrug, bunny mini hat on: April 06, 2008 03:06:05 PM
I couldnt think of a better topic title D:

(EDIT) oops O.O I pushed post on accident!!!!

I just decided to post up some of my other projects.
Just two skirts, a shrug (I guess thats what it is since its not really a hoodie...), and a mini hat (of course the ears aren't so mini...)

The white skirt is just thin fabric so it goes either over pants or another skirt to make it look cute.

The black skirt is one of my first from about a year ago

The bunny shrug I made for my trip to missouri

The mini hat

in action

Heh, I wore this to church today only I wore a beret instead of the shrug.
3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Loli Headdress *pics* small tutorial on: March 28, 2008 07:56:25 PM
It my first time posting anything crafty on craftster. Wish me luck ::crosses fingers::

Heeeheee I finally decided to post some little things up here. I dont have a good cam and most of my stuff I would need for another person to take the pics, but I have a few Loli headdresses.

I used strawberry fabric for one. It matches the skirt made from the same fabric. Lots of lace.

The second I found some leftover fabric in the bargin bin and fell in love with it. I have a thing for lemons >> so it was cute to me.

They are REALLY simple to make.

step one- find cute fabric and cut out two rectangles of it.
step two- place it pattern sides facing eachother and the lace of your choice facing inside so its hidden between the two peices of fabric.
step three- at some ribbon so you can tie it under your chin, remember, make sure its tucked in with the lace.
step four- sew around the edges (kinda like you would make a pillow!) make sure theres a big enough hole to turn it right side out. The lace and ribbon should now be neatly showing out of the edges of the fabric

:3 I may make a better tutorial >> when I can find my tablet pen.

*Edit* I changed bonnet to headdress. Silly mistake.
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