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1  Tote bag: Knit fast die warm in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by stina.hamberg on: May 18, 2008 07:21:47 AM
Inspired by the craftster slogan "Knit fast - die warm" I made this tote bag for a knitting friend. The print is bleached with a felt-pen dipped in clorine and then painted in some of the bleached areas with fabric pens.

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2  Re: DIY IQ lights in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by stina.hamberg on: May 11, 2008 05:30:54 AM
I made a small one of old plastic candy boxes that I got from the local candy store. I haven't put a light in it yet but I hope it will work out. I think I will try to make one out of plastic that is not as clear. What are yours made of? Paper or plastic? Wink

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3  flour sack --> grocery bag "Harina San Pedro" in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by stina.hamberg on: March 04, 2008 01:35:21 AM
They are great on recycling in Central America, and my friend got me a simple bag made of an old flour sack from Honduras.
I love the printing on it, but I never used it because I didn't really like the bag.  So, this is a reconstructed, reconstructed flour bag of plastic turned into a grocery bag. I ironed it and that turned out great because now I can fold it - just like one on those paper bags you get (buy in Sweden!) in the grocery store.





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4  Experimenting with bleach - new Frida Kahlo stencil in Stenciling: Completed Projects by stina.hamberg on: March 01, 2008 01:41:52 AM
I got really inspired by some of the bleached stuff I have seen here on Crafter especially emlee_bee http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=201691.msg2146348#msg2146348
Unfortunately I can't find any kind of bleach pen here in Sweden, so I have dipped an old felt-tip pen in chlorine, since my various tries with spraying bleach on the fabric have been disastrous.
I hope I can inspire you in any way.


I stole this stencil from this page: http://triciawang.vox.com/library/posts/tags/san+francisco/

It is first bleached and then stenciled with fabric paint. Do you think I should ad the flower or not?







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5  Camera case in Felting: Completed Projects by stina.hamberg on: January 07, 2008 07:32:55 AM
Here is a wet felted camera case I made a while ago. A friend's friend has sheep and I got a bag of fresh shaved wool  Smiley The wool is not colored, and I had to card the wool, which took the longest time. I made a small bag of oilcloth to put inside the case to protect the camera from all the small fiber that come of from the wool and also to make it a little more water proof.

Thank you for watching.

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6  Bag for bikers in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by stina.hamberg on: January 06, 2008 12:20:31 PM
Here is a bag that I just finished. It is made of an old cotton sheet from my grandmother. Its inspired by some stencils I've seen here on Craftster:

http://72.29.83.164/~stencil/stencils.htm





Thanks for watching.
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