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301  Re: Craft along for ME- ongoing in Craftalongs by Belladune on: January 25, 2011 04:33:18 PM
I guess these cards count as for me, since I did take the class to better my skills with paper craft (my nemesis)
these two were my fav: (mostly because I don't feel they have as many flaws.... but yes yes, I know you all wont see what I see as mistakes Wink )




their whole post:(with full size pics if you want a better look without having to click each thumbnail)
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=370981.msg4363796#msg4363796
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302  Some cards I made... in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Belladune on: January 24, 2011 07:49:55 AM
I would generally say I'm no good at paper crafts.  So, in order to boost my paper creativity, I took a card making class.  these were the results:






We were all given the same kits, with an example card.  A few of mine only slightly varied off the originals, and a couple were dead on copies, but I just couldn't bring myself to get overly creative.  I found the finality of placing that stamp, or aiming the punch or awl to be very stressful! you can't just take off a stamp the same way you can rip out stitches!  It's almost to exact an art,  but I guess I'm the only one who see's the imperfection.  Anywho.  I am going to order some stamps and some card stock anyway.  I can only get better with practice right?
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303  Re: 2011 DeStash-Along in Craftalongs by Belladune on: January 19, 2011 08:27:26 AM
Belladune--what a cute idea for using scraps!  I just got a boatload of flannel from Sevsonlygirl that I could use up the littlest scrap for...only I will use my snakes undet my drafty windows!

thanks!  I can't take credit for the idea,  I saw them all over the internet.  The method I originally used turned out terribly... I should take a pic of that thing too...   he was larger scraps...  But I remember making one like the original one when I was 10, and I remember it working better....  hang on, I'll show him off here...




My children refused to leave it alone while I was taking pics, now that I'm not wanting it, they aren't playing with it... go figure......


Oh and what you can't see in the pics is that it's lumpy and bumpy and weird...  Maybe just more patients would fix those problems.
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304  quick little mitts & a toque and scarf *now with pattern for mitts!* in Crochet: Completed Projects by Belladune on: January 19, 2011 06:59:27 AM
I whipped these up for a swap partner, making up the pattern as I went along.  I wrote it all down, so if there is interest, I'll type it up Smiley  they don't take up much any yarn at all


modeled by my 3 yr old:


http://www.craftster.org/pictures/data/500/medium/151357_19Jan11_IMG_6518.JPG


I also made these a while back, out of the same yarn, and I still have a bit left.  It was just one ball of each:)
sorry it's sideways, I swear I turned it....


Pattern!
 I used an H hook, and bernat yarn, worsted weight.

Little mitties

-Ch4, make into ring
-Sc8 into center of ring made. Slip stitch into first sc
-2sc into first st., sc next 3,  2sc into next st, sc next3, sl into beginning of round
-2sc into first stitch, sc next 4,  2 sc in next st, sc next 4.  Sl into beginning of round
-2sc into to next 2 st (for a total of 4 new stitches) sc next 5, 2sc into next 2 st, sc next 5 sl into beginning of round
 -2sc into first 2 st, sc next 7 2 sc into next 2, sc next 7 st sl into beginning of round.
-sc each st around fr 7 rounds (I did not slip stitch while doing this part)
-Join colorb, sc around 2 rounds
-starting the thumb hole here:
-sc, chain 8, join back to body of mitt skipping 2 st, sc around to beginning of round,
-sc around including the chain
-scdec, sc next 4, sc dec, sc around
-scdec, sc next 2, sc dec, sc around
-sc dec, sc around
-sc dec, sc around
-sc around 1 row
-join color a and sc around 6 rows
join color b and sc 1 row.  Tie off.

Thumb:
Pick up 10 st on the opening with color B
Sc around
Sc dec, sc around (8st)
Change to color a
Sc around
Sc dec, sc around (6st)
Sc around,
Change to color B
Sc dec, sc, scdec, sc, scdec, tie off.


*Please let me know if there are issues with the pattern! I only made one pair, so there might be goofs!  probably not, but you never know!*
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305  scrappy snake and car roll in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Belladune on: January 19, 2011 06:46:44 AM
A few things I whipped up for a couple swap partners,  all from my stash! woo!

Scrappy snake: (from all those bits that had no purpose)



Toy car roll:  (from a leg of my "fat pants" Cheesy, an old t-shirt, and a larger piece of fabric I had)



These were super fun and quick!
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306  Re: Embroidery Hoopla R3 - OTT Edition Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Belladune on: January 18, 2011 05:10:28 PM
my turn!!!  I got's a french knot sheeeep!!!!  eeeeep!!!  Love it!!!
look at him, it's like he's saying  "oh, hello."  like you just walked up behind him ready to scare him, but it didn't work Cheesy


Thank you so much imafundork!  It's the perfect first hoop!
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307  Re: Weird Stuffie Swap; Send out Jan 18 CLOSED in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Belladune on: January 13, 2011 09:11:43 AM
I generally don't do teasers, but I just can't resist. 



heheheeee!!!!  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

(it's clickable btw, so if you want to see the full sized slice you can Smiley
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308  Re: Craft along for ME- ongoing in Craftalongs by Belladune on: January 09, 2011 05:15:14 PM
oooh Red flags! that is absolutely gorgeous.  I love it!!

Belladune, I love the colours of the yarn!

And to think it came from this ugly roving :

I was truly shocked at just how gorgeous the yarn became!
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309  Re: Craft along for ME- ongoing in Craftalongs by Belladune on: January 09, 2011 02:34:39 PM
I picked up the leg warmer I started knitting nearly 2 years ago Smiley  maybe I'll actually finish it and it's match before the summer Wink 

what kind of legwarmers are you knitting?  All the patterns I've knitted are super boring, I'd like to find a better one.

oh gosh, I just cast on  ( I think) 55 stitches, and knit them up on dpn's.  I started with the ply in ribbing, then switched to knit alternating the singles when I get bored with that color.

Here's a pic, it might be more explanatory then my words:
single, ply, single

terrible photo booth pic of it: (excuse my kid. he insisted on being in the pic Smiley )


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310  Re: Craft along for ME- ongoing in Craftalongs by Belladune on: January 06, 2011 07:32:47 AM
As promised a while back, My crochet entry!  I made a headband (and a ring and a an anklette but i didn't take pics of those, cause they were wonky.)



and it's thread for pics of the back and sides Smiley   http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=369161.msg4339133#msg4339133

oh and don't forget to vote!  (not necessarily for me. Unless of course you like mine best, then by all means... LOL  but check out the other entries too, there are some pretty neat accessories in that board!)
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