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31  Alice Cooper Pajamas and a skimpy bikini (LOTS O'PICS) in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by TexasThistle on: August 15, 2008 12:37:54 PM
I recently bought the newest Alice Cooper CD (along came a spider), and the black widow symbol was begging to be made into pajamas. So I made a cute cami out of an XXL Shirt my mom gave me, and some discount blue fabric from Hancocks. I tried embroidering and appiquie-ing the symbol on them , but that didnt work, so I brought out the trusty fabric pens. Overall I am satisfied with My work.

Front of the cami:



the Black Widow is eating my boooob!!!



Left side with smaller black widow eye



the boyshorts were a pattern I made myself. I wanted to ruffle the whole back, but ran out of fabric, so I ruffled the sides.



front of the boyshorts (they are high like granny panties but comfy)



This bikini was made with the rest of the old shirt, and some beads that fell off a necklce. The top fits perfectly, but the bottoms are veeery skimpy. On a size 10 girl like me, it looks a lot different than it does on this hard plastic dressform thing.

top



top with skimpy bottoms



skimpy bottoms



ties



a thong that I made



comments, criticisms, tips, and techniques welcome!
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32  Peaches and Cream top in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by TexasThistle on: August 05, 2008 09:01:30 PM
I made this top from one of the wayy-too-large tops my mom gave me. In my family, I am the person you give things to when you dont want them because "she can make something out of it".

Overall, it is a great top. But it is too big in the chest area for me. I think I am going to wear a tank top under it to protect me from accidental exposure.

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33  Happy Bunny Hoodie in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by TexasThistle on: August 05, 2008 01:14:29 PM
I got this shirt at walmart on clearance, and It was a little too small. Luckily my cousin has a birthdya coming up and I made a hoodie for her. I used a tute from whatthecraft.com. I like the way this turned out, and I might try more.
Please excue my mess, I havent unpacked yet (new apartment).
one side:



the other side



the back



What do you think? would it look better with a ruffle?
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34  Fried Pickles mmmmmm.... in Recipes and Cooking Tips by TexasThistle on: August 05, 2008 12:55:44 PM
This is a southern dish. You make it by Taking pickles out of the jar, dipping them in flour, and frying them until they are golden-brown. They taste great with ice cream, lol. I crave these at least once a month. I like to use the big Vlasic slices, they fry better. The smaller ones dry up if you fry them too long.


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35  my first hoodie in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by TexasThistle on: August 05, 2008 12:45:24 PM
I got the inspiration for this from another craftster user. I like the idea of a caplet/hoodie. I made this from some jersey-knit I got at Hancocks. I like it so far but I think I am gonna embellish it a little.


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