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1  50's Dress from Retro Butterick [IMG Heavy] in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by karidactyl on: January 07, 2006 08:29:59 PM
This is the first thing I have sewn on my new machine, and the first thing I have sewn all by myself so I'm really excited. The fabric is just broadcloth from Joann's, and I've had the pattern for a while (Butterick 4512 view A). I must have a weird body because each of my measurements was a totally different size, so there was some tweaking to be done in the end because the bodice was about 6 inches too big around the waist. Anywho, it closes with a zipper and has hook and eye closure at the neck. I would love some comments! And p.s., I just wore it for the first time last night on a date with my bf last night, so please excuse the date pictures  Smiley

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2  Yoshitomo Nara Pillows in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by karidactyl on: January 01, 2006 09:47:42 PM
I made these pillows for my sister for x-mas, and only now just finished the second one two minutes after she was supposed to leave for her flight back to Pittsburgh. The Yoshitomo Nara babies are felt, and the pillows are just purple twill. You can click the pictures to be taken to the full sized ones if you want. Enjoy!

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3  Resin Necklace-1920 Vogue Cover in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by karidactyl on: August 14, 2005 07:55:59 PM
Hey guys. This is actually my second resin pendant. My first was an Edward Gorey one from the Gashlycrumb Tinies that I made for my sister and lost the pictures for. This is an early 1900's Vogue Magazine cover. I still haven't quite figured out how to prevent those bubbles from when I put the image in, but I'll get there. I soldered a frame on this with the help of some copper tape, and then E6000'd some felt to the back. Also the colors are more vivid in real life, but you get the idea

I'm hosting with a new site, but I'm pretty sure you can click these thumbnails to get a bigger picture. Happy crafting!

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4  Lace Circle Skirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by karidactyl on: January 17, 2005 10:43:19 PM
i made this skirt while i kept my eye on a Milly skirt i saw in a magazine. in the second picture the waistband looks funky at the top, but it was accidentally and temporarily tucked under itself.

oh an also, it's actually see-though so i am wearing a slip underneath that's peeking out in the first picture.
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