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1  Eight resin pendants in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by yossarian on: May 13, 2010 07:36:00 PM
Havn't posted any of my resin work in ages!!! Found and awesome site with cheap ass bezels, and another one with cheap resin. (my sister bought the resin, I used it!)
had a fun resin day


















Comments and helpful hints?  I always doubt my crafts, and think noone but my mum would like them.

Thanks for looking.

-Yossarian.
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2  Re: Yellow and Black Wool Dress in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by yossarian on: December 05, 2009 06:50:38 PM
Here is another piece from the same collection.



The top is the one hiding behind my dress in my first post. =) Luckily my models waist was only 2cm larger than mine, so the shorts fit me pretty well, in fact I'm wearing them right now!
There is also one more dress and a skirt from my collection, that I don't have pictures of, but will post photos when I do, if there is any people interested in seeing them. =)
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3  Yellow and Black Wool Dress in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by yossarian on: October 23, 2009 11:49:08 PM
At the moment in school we are working on making a three piece collection for our end of year show next month. I found some gorgeous, soft yellow and black wool and decided I had to use it for my collection. I also found some yummy orange merino that went wonderfully with it.
This is the first piece I had made.


And, it fit my mum sooo perfectly, I have decided to give it to her for christmas.


I love how the sleeves have gone, it was totally not intentional for them to flick up like that, but I think it is very cool.

I am also making a pair of high waisted shorts in the yellow and black to go with a top in the merino, the start of which is in the background in one of the photos and a black wool dress with a kimono sleeved jacket in the yellow and black to go over it.
Keep an eye on this thread, because I will be adding the rest of my garments as I make them, and pictures on the models at the show!

Thanks for looking! Look forward to hearing any comments.
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4  Spring has sprung...vintage floral shift dress in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by yossarian on: September 19, 2009 05:51:06 PM
A few weeks ago I found some really cool floral fabric at a second hand shop, it was only $2 so I snapped it up, deciding to make a dress now that the weather has hotted up nicely.
Then I thought, if I make it in class I can hand it in for one of my assignments...that was due in april. Ooops.
So, killing two birds with one stone here, a super cute dress for myself, and one step closer to finishing all my work! Woohoo.

I had the tiniest amount of fabric..it was 120cm wide, and 90 long. Thank god I'm so small or it would have never worked, There was no fabric left over when I was finished. I was orignally planning on making the skirt a bit fuller, but couldn't.

All the pattern work, as usual is done by me. It took me a day and a half to do the pattern, and a day and a half to construct it. It would have been quicker buuuuttt, the zip I put in was too short, and I had to practically dislocate my shoulder to get it on. Had to unpick that and put a longer one in butttttt...it twisted, so I had to unpick it AGAIN and it finally worked. It's an invisible zip up the center back.

Umm, I think that's all I have to say about it, except for I did binding tape around the neck and armholes because I didn't want to line it or make facings. I was really happy to find tape that matched the colour of the flowers of the print.

And now onto the pictures!
('Finally' you say..)








And because I'm a huge poser...



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5  Brown highwaisted trousers in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by yossarian on: August 24, 2009 09:46:33 PM
Made these trousers in class, did most of the sewing yesterday and did the buttons and hems today. I am really please with them, being my size I find it really hard to find trousers that fit well.

Would love to hear everyone opinion on them!




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6  Harry Potter tshirt in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Completed Projects by yossarian on: July 14, 2009 01:01:16 AM
Inspired by jilltheimpossible's awesome make love not horcruxes tshirt here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=312448.0
I decided to make my own, though I'm not even going to the opening night show!!
Anyway, I bought a plain black tshirt and had some green fabric paint lying around I bought for another project (Soylent Green is people tshirt - will be coming in a few weeks). The paint is really cool, it comes in a wee squeezy bottle with a really fine tip. I don't have the patience for making a stencil, plus no freezer paper and was planning on just writing it with pencil first and then going over freehand with the paint.
Mum had a better idea which I honestly LOVE and reccomend to anyone who can't be bothered with stencils, but still wants a cool picture or font they can't do by hand.

So what I did is this: downloaded a harry potter font from mugglenet.com, wrote what I wanted the way I wanted it in a word document, printed it, wrote with the fabric paint on the reverse of the paper and then pressed it on the shirt!!! I did each line seperatly so the paint wouldn't dry on the paper. I pressed the first line for too long and the paper got stuck to my shirt!!! the paint didn't show up too well on the black shirt and I went over it a few more times by hand, and mum had another awesome idea, GLITTER!!! The glitter is basically clear, but sparkles purple in the right light, unfortunatly the photo didn't capture this, but it looks awesome.

Enough rambling!! here's my picture

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7  shirt and trousers in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by yossarian on: June 23, 2009 08:51:25 PM
I have been working on these for the past 2 months or so in class. We have to enter a fashion competion for ametuer designers, and this is what I made to enter the streetwear section.

Front/Side:


Back:


It's kind of crappy image quality. These are scans of printed out pictures, haha. You can't see it, but the front of the trousers is pleated and wraps over and then ties in the bow. It was really tricky figuring out how to do this, as these are the first 'real' pair of trousers I've ever made.

Both pieces are completly designed by me. I made the patterns and did about a thousand toiles of both before I got them right. And I still don't like the way the shirt sits. Sigh...

Next time I see them it will be on a catwalk!!!!

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8  Re: Octopus Earrings in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by yossarian on: June 03, 2009 01:00:35 AM
Well, I decided to make some last night for my friend I mentioned in my last post. Turns out she doesn't actually have her ears pierced, and my ears are way too sensitive, so now I'm stuck with a pair of tentacle earrings. Oh well, at least they look cool!


Crappy photo, I'm sorry. I don't love mine as much as the originals, but I reckon they are pretty cool anyway.
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9  my very first garment -- waistcoat! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by yossarian on: April 09, 2009 12:03:42 AM
So, febuary this year I started a fashion design course. I went into the class not knowing a thing about sewing, pattern making or anything, only a hugr interest in fashion and a creative mind.

For most of the term we have been learing sewing basics, pattern making basics and fashion history. We have been sewing ugly clothes in ugly fabrics, I didn't feel very inspired.


At the end of last week most of my class went onto waistcoats. I was still struggling with my dress. However on tuesday I decided to take a break from the dress and work on my waistcoat because well...waistcoats are like the coolest fabric ever. I decided to do mine in my size, because most of the class work we do is in standard size NZ 12, and i'm a 6.
First of all I had to make a bodice block in my size, for something to base my pattern off, and also for size 6 dresses and shirts. After making my block I made my pattern. I decided I wanted to make a short waistcoat, with the front coming to two sharp points.

Yesterday morning I went over my pattern to make sure it was how I wanted it, cut it out and made a toile. After trying on my toile I changed my pattern around a bit, so it would fit better on me. I started looking through the classroom for fabric I wanted to sew it out of, but couldn't find anything in the big box we have. So my tutor OH MY GOSH, she opens up this door and it was a huge room full of fabric! My eyes fell upon a really cool paisley print, but after picking it up I realised it was far too thin to make my waistcoat out of, but held on to it, just in case. Then I looked up on a shelf and found a nice dark green velvet, and knew it would go GREAT with my paisley. So I cut out my fabric and then I had to go home before I go the chance to sew it.

This morning I was the first person to class, even beating my tutor! (Well, she was on hour late...) I spent all day working on it, worked right through lunch only stopping for a few quick cigarette breaks. My class was amazed, I am never this focussed! At 4 this afternoon I was finally finished, and after that big long story, here it is...

Front:



Back(It's not as uneven as it looks, just kinda sitting weird on my skirt):


Lining:
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10  bugs in resin in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by yossarian on: March 15, 2009 09:00:12 PM
What do you do when you friend mails you a HUGE box of cicada shells?

You put it in resin of course!
Apologies for the crappy pictures, I always have a hard time photographing resin. I guess I should take it outside an turn off the flash. Maybe I will do that later, if anyone is interested in seeing better pictures.
I still need to snap the legs off the back, and turn them into things!
Enjoy.
=)


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