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11  EUROPE / SCANDINAVIAN/NORDIC / Swap i Sverige on: June 09, 2006 11:26:25 AM
Jag och Melladh funderade lite ver om det fanns andra i Sverige som kunde vara intresserade av en lite lokal swap? Det blir ju lite billigare portokostnader s. Mer detaljer om swappen tnkte vi att vi som var intresserade kunde fundera ut. Nn som r intresserad? *leta med ljus och lykta*
12  FIBER ARTS / Spinning: Discussion and Questions / Kidmohair and merino, what should I do? on: May 23, 2005 04:25:06 AM
I just bought my own spindle (have been using my teachers before) and some kidmohair and merinoroving too that I want to spin into some kind of laceweight yarn. But I can't decide how I should spin it. Should I spin each separately and then ply them together to a 2-ply or should I try to blend them? I've never spun anything else than ordinary Swedish wool before so I'm a bit nervous about this mohair..  Undecided
13  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Braided bracelets on: April 24, 2005 12:24:02 PM
Two bracelets made of braided tin and copperthread (the red stuff is copper), sewn on reindeer leather. The button is reindeer antler. It's very fun to make but really timeconsuming..

http://www.windestam.com/~kiki/craftster/brett_armband.jpg

http://www.windestam.com/~kiki/craftster/smalt_armband.jpg
This one is very worn as you can see.. It actually looks better worn IRL, the tin shines so pretty.

You can see larger pictures here:
http://www.windestam.com/~kiki/craftster/brett_armband.jpg
http://www.windestam.com/~kiki/craftster/smalt_armband.jpg
14  FIBER ARTS / Spinning: Discussion and Questions / Spin bulky yarn with a spindle on: April 06, 2005 01:35:44 AM
As my antique spinning wheel don't manage bulky yarn I thought I would make myself a spindle. But how should I make it if I want to spin bulky and soft yarn? Light or heavy? A wide or thin stick in the middle?
15  QUILTING / Quilting: Completed Projects / Bargello on: March 29, 2005 01:20:53 PM
Well, this is my first big project, 260x260cm wide. It was terrible to quilt, even though I divided it into 4 parts and put the frame on afterward..  Undecided  Dyed all the fabric myself. I'm not entirely happy with the frame, the quilting is a bit shabby.. But I ran out of time and patience as I had to finish it in time for christmas (christmaspresent for my parents)  Wink

16  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Two stenciled t-shirts on: February 11, 2005 11:15:08 AM
My two latest projects. I have only done easy stuff (text only or very simple pictures) before so I'm pretty proud over these two. All I have to say is spray adhesive!  Wink


It is completely black, no grey spots at all. The text could have been a bit further down though. When I move it curls up just under my boobs and is hardly visible *sighs*


My Metatron-shirt. I'm thinking of stenciling 'The voice of God' from one side to the other above Metatron, as he is the voice of God and Alan Rickman has a voice like a god  Grin

Any suggestions/comments/improvements is welcome!
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