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1  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Flat Needle felted stocking on: January 01, 2010 09:33:24 AM
I made these for 2 very good friends of mine. It was there 1st Christmas together as a moved in couple that is. So i made them some non traditional stockings. As they are not big on the OTT Christmas stuff Tongue

Any comments would be most welcome.







THANKS Cheesy



2  SEWING IN GENERAL / Machine Embroidery: Completed Projects / Fruits Basket kyo Mp3 player pouch. on: August 03, 2009 02:43:53 PM
Hello I just got my paws on a embroidery machine a Brother Innovis 700e MK2 I am still new to it all. So any advice from owners already would be help full.
The top is hand stitched blanket.




Comments suggestions general advice all welcome.   
3  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Platyp-Eye toy Amigurumi on: June 06, 2009 11:03:50 AM
Ok here we go. The is Platyp-Eye a character created by Steven Ingram. It was coming up to Steve birthday. I am best friends with Steve girlfriend she sent me the links to his comics he is a artist. I feel in love with this little guy (and his hate for humans)

So a idea popped in to my head what better gift to give than a Amigurumi plushie of own of his own creations. Thus I picked up my hook and some yarn and away I want no pattern used at all.
Here he is


I put some fuse(its all i had) wire in is upper and bottom beak so his expression can be changed.

The hat he is wearing was my 2nd attempt the 1st hat I tried making out of tweed fabric soaked in glue and shaped.... needless to say that did not work so well so a crochet it in stead.

Another picture or him next to a screen with the comic on it as I am not sure if I can post links to the web site or not.



Let me know what you think its my 1st pattern less toy. THANK YOU

Platyp-Eye is (c) Steven Ingram (Don't worry I know him I made it for his birthday)
4  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Fallout vault boy head badge pin fimo on: June 06, 2009 10:36:18 AM
Ok, here is the story my boyfriend LOVES fall out 3. He was really excited about breaking past his 10000 gamer point score on xbox live. Proud is not really a word I would use for this but any way I made him this card.



 I stuck the badge on the card. Yes I know a man is not likely to leave the house with a badge of a little blonde cartoon boys head on his lapel . But he liked it.



5  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / The badger Badge on: June 06, 2009 09:41:38 AM
Welcome to my 1st post scariness. Here is goes introducing my badger badge.


Not my most complicated fimo project but I hate working with white fimo it picks up every tiny piece of dirt. Meaning constant baby wiping.

The little guy came about when I discovered my work colleges birthday was a foot he is slightly obsessed with badgers. So I said would you like a badger badge he said yes and this little guy was born.

Anyway thanks for looking at my 1st post more to follow. maybe    

Stroma
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