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1  PLEASE give me some starting help...pweese?? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Princess Kitti on: October 03, 2004 06:00:00 AM
Okay, I have a pair of    S T R E C H Y   levis that has a VERY dark wash (deep deep indigo) they look very similar to these:




They're cute, but im a size small, and bought a medium. The waist fits fine, but the legs are MUCH too long, and the crotch is quite low. I REALLY need a cute skirt for a dance im going to, and I think it'd be really cool to make it. I want it to turn out looking somthing like this:




I have a feeling I would need to bleach it somehow, and cut it?
I would like a perticulary short shirt...Im 14, and thats whats in right now.
I dont know how i would cut it evenly...should I rip it or somthing?
I want it frayed like that, so there would be no need for hemming.
(which is good- due to my lack of sewing machine)

Im just confused on how to do it, and ANY help is appriciated...(I love tutorials  Wink) But all help, of any kind would be GREAT.


Thanks,
            Kitti
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2  Re: Clothing and Accesorries for my new Cruiser! in Completed Projects by Princess Kitti on: September 29, 2004 06:23:37 PM


        My bikes just like that!


    I got it for my birthday last year, but havent glamifyed it yet... not sure what to do...


        -Kitti
 
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3  Costume... ;D in Costumes: Discussion and Questions by Princess Kitti on: September 28, 2004 04:28:06 PM

  I would like to be a (female) Referee for halloween this year, and I love the style of this costume

       
 
      But the matrial is poor, and its a halter, which isnt acceptable in my school (i'd like it to be a racer back)

  Could anyone sew one for me?
  If so, How much would you charge?


      Thanks for ANY help,
          Kitti
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4  Re: Flapperish or 1930's Cloche Hat with Flower - - Pattern Too! in Crochet: Completed Projects by Princess Kitti on: September 27, 2004 03:12:27 PM


      What a stylish pink hat... Quite like the one from legally blonde

         

                Wonderfull!

                                  -K
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5  Re: What's hot...What's not in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions by Princess Kitti on: September 20, 2004 02:11:48 PM
      Handbags? Hmm...Well in my school everyone has a vintage looking bag. (in leiu of abercrombie) I would make a bag thats about 13" wide and 9" inches high, and use a really pretty vintage floral fabric. Think shabby chic. I have this abercrombie bag, and a LOT of people in my school have similar ones:

          

Im in 9th grade, and my school isnt as trendy as some, but its a cute idea and really hot in my school right now. Hope I helped  Smiley Have fun crafting.

**Edit**

I forgot to mention that theres a post on craftster about magizne bags...not alot of people in my school have em' but I've seen them all over New York.
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6  Re: Umbrella Light in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Princess Kitti on: September 17, 2004 01:44:34 PM
I love the idea but I have no over hear lighting in my room...(must resort to many, many lamps (mostly found at the moma gift shop)

Does anyone have any ideas on how to make this work w/o over head lighting???

Put one of your many lamps on a table (maybe one those round tables that are really cheap, covered with fabric?)... remove shade. Place parasol/umbrella on its side so that it covers the lamp. Not on it, but by it, this way it will be backlit. I have a small light screwed into the back of my bookcase, with the parasol on top of it. 



this is during the day, obv. but at night it looks really gorgeous!


2 Words:

Excellent.




Gracias, i'm deffiantly going to try this!  Smiley Thank you!
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7  My new-ish re-decoed room... in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by Princess Kitti on: September 09, 2004 03:17:43 PM
We did construction on our house in 2001...and I JUST redecorated from my boring white wall room.
I know its not totally original or anything...and probably not that amazing to you experinced ones. But do remember, im a young teen...*sigh* Adolecence.



Overall view. (check out the bookcase in the corner. its made out of old fence posts i picked up at a yard sale)



My circular bathmats. (awesome for hard wood floors because the grips hold on and dont slide around)




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