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1  Re: Dorm Room Ideas... in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by thecynthesizer on: September 04, 2004 11:44:06 AM
Okay, so I just finished making a closet organizer for my dorm room.  I hate taking up drawer space with little things that I never fold or put away neatly - things like underwear, bras, socks, stockings - so I decided to make this closet organizer with big pockets for that stuff.  I chose the most girly fabric I could find which is ironic because I am in no way a "girly" girl.  I don't own a single item of makeup.  Anyway, the organizer was pretty straight forward.  The only tricky part is making the pockets wider than the base and then running a line of basting (long stitches) along the bottom.  Leave long threads on the end.  Then pull one of the threads so that the fabric scrunches up.  Space the gathers along the pocket evenly until the bottom of the pocket is the same width as the organizer base, then pin the pocket on and sew.  This makes the pockets bellow out some, so they are not flat and will fit more stuff.  I put velcro on the pockets to keep the closed too.




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2  Re: Dorm Room Ideas... in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by thecynthesizer on: July 25, 2004 09:09:56 AM
cynthesizer- oh please i heard you are in that building because there is a dunkin donuts on the ground floor!


Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm, donuts.     Forget oragnizational tools.  I'll just spend all my money on donuts!
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3  Re:the bag built to stop traffic in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by thecynthesizer on: February 10, 2004 06:15:53 PM
Okay, let's try THIS





Trying to get these pictures visible is proving to be more difficult than it was to make the bag!!!

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4  the bag built to stop traffic in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by thecynthesizer on: February 09, 2004 01:49:45 PM
Okay, this is my first post about a finished product!  Yay!  I'm one of those people who doesn't really pay attention to rules so this bag was made in a rather helter skelter fashion.  It's made from a ONE LANE ROAD AHEAD sign that my brother "found in the street". CAUTION tape that I took from today's drug raid at my high school, some sock yarn, and lots of duct tape.  The strap needs some more work (ran out of duct tape) but other than that, I'm pretty proud of it.  The second pic is an attempt at showing that the bag is split into two compartments.



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5  Re:Furry Wrist Thingie in Knitting: Completed Projects by thecynthesizer on: January 05, 2004 05:16:54 PM


That's the muff I was talking about.  It's just a tube knit on circulars with an I-cord attached.  Great project for beginning knitters that are bored of scarves! Smiley
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