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1  Re: Promalong - Making your own Prom dress? Join the club! in Clothing Sewalongs by LoneCheeze on: June 08, 2005 08:00:02 PM
this is the result of my prom dress Mom and i made for my senior prom last year.
later maybe i'll hunt down the drawings of the original ideas i had.  it's pretty close to what i drew, except that i'm of course chunkier than the model from the pattern.
you can't see it here, but the train was actually pretty cool.
called a fishtail train, i think

side view
i decided to go ahead and crop the pics.  i realized that, if he saw these pics, i'd be more embarassed at my attempt to cover his face then i would of having his pic randomly posted on the internet

from the front

wish y'all could really see the material up close. it was crinkely, and not as metalic and stiff as it looks in the pics
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2  oriental ottoman in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by LoneCheeze on: June 07, 2005 04:09:22 PM
I made this red ottoman out of a half of an old speaker box from my brother's car.
I found this red quilted material in my mom's ginormous scrap box, and despite my lack of upholstery stills, i managed to staple the material snugly around the box.   Mom and I sewed a cushion for the top.

i put Japanese symbols on it using iron-on transfers.
we still  haven't sewed the cushion on to stay, because i get so much good out of it without the cushion sometimes.
at school this year it was my diner table, art table, step-stool, what-have-you.

oh hooray for the messy dorm room.
i sort of did all my design projects on the thing, even the ones involving paint.
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3  Re: Rasterbater! (its not dirty!) make small pictures into HUGE murals so easy&f in Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions by LoneCheeze on: June 07, 2005 03:47:05 PM
i love rasterbater.
i'm using it to make a poster from something i found online.
the uncle same poster except it says "i want you  to practice "
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