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1  Re: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Swap ROUND TWO - Gallery in The Swap Gallery by EowynUlysses on: August 09, 2010 06:40:55 PM
I received from JustDontChange today!


Everything all together. An awesome H2G2 Rubix cube, an improbable picture frame, Oolon Colluphid's bestseller and my very own copy of DNA's posthumous book.


Here's a better shot of the Colluphid book.


But wait, it's not a book at all - it's a secret hidey box!


And what's this inside? A Point-of-View gun necklace!




By the magic of MS Paint, I give you - all six sides of a cube at once!


Thanks a lot Lyssa!
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2  Re: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Swap ROUND TWO - Gallery in The Swap Gallery by EowynUlysses on: August 01, 2010 03:43:02 PM
So much awesome in this gallery already! I especially love Marvin's autobiography and the gargle blaster necklace.

JustDontChange said she received, but hasn't been able to post pictures. So here's what I sent her.


Everything all together - tea towel with embroidered green guy, crochet Marvin and a hand-appliqued 42.






Poor Marvin looks all sad!
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3  Re: Disposable Camera Rd 7 - Click Here For Photo-ey Goodness! in The Swap Gallery by EowynUlysses on: May 20, 2010 08:06:03 PM
I received from amusedcreations today and I love everything! The frame is really cute and all the photos are lovely. Here are just a few of my favorites.


The flash washed it out, but there is some lovely detailing in the blue. Wee flowers in a lighter blue.


The survivor tree in Oklahoma City, which survived the 1995 bombing.


A statue outside of the Cowboy Museum in Oklahoma City.


Baby jellyfishes!

Vanessa included a CD, so I uploaded most of the other pics to my flickr. http://www.flickr.com/photos/9777587@N02/tags/photo7/ (Some of them were from her vacation to Italy and she didn't have digital versions. I'll try to scan in the prints later.)

Thanks so much Vanessa!
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4  Re: I Want to Learn to (blank) Swap!! in The Swap Gallery by EowynUlysses on: March 23, 2009 02:51:43 PM
I received a lovely needlefelting kit from dragonmama 'tother day. She did some research and put together an awesome kit for a craft she doesn't even do!


here's everything. The book has detailed instructions to make all sorts of adorable creatures. Five needles, foam and lovely wool round it out.


Here's another picture of the wool, to show the lovely colors.

woo and yay! I can't wait to make a fuzzy turtle or other creature. Thanks so much dragonmama!
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5  Re: Going Off to College Gallery~! :) in The Swap Gallery by EowynUlysses on: September 20, 2008 03:28:00 PM
I received from michii and few days ago and everything is great! Also, my camera came back to life! woo and yay!


Everything all together. Pillow with stars on, pencil pouch with fun fabric, knitted scarf and notepad with recycled paper. Also, chocolate that was very delicious. Vanilla scented sachet.


Close-up of the awesome pillow.


Also, the box was decorated!


Chococat is my fave!


Postcards of Peru.

Thanks so much michii!
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6  Re: Summer Reading Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by EowynUlysses on: August 08, 2008 01:38:36 PM
Why is it that whenever I forget to take pics of my items, my partners take longer to post (and I had one not post at all!!)Huh

Sorry it took me so long to get pictures up. I took them right away but didn't upload them until today. I love everything you sent! The books are great and the crafts are so cute!


Los libros:
The Mermaid Chair by Sue Monk Kidd
I really liked her other book, but haven't read this one yet.
The Red Queen: Sex and the Evolution of Human Nature by Matt Ridley
I'm studying Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, so this book is right up my alley.
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Lately I've been re-reading books I read in high school English classes, so this fits right in. Plus this copy has lots of extra essays, including some early critics.
The American Vegetarian Cookbook from the Fit for Life Kitchen by Marilyn Diamond
I've been a vegetarian for awhile, but I'm always looking for more recipes. This cookbook has lots of great ones, plus tons of information about nutrition, choosing fruit and vegetables and baking. Yay!


Here are two of the crafts, a wee adorable bookworm stuffie and bookmarks. I tried to knit a bookworm for you, craftADDchick, but it didn't turn out so cute as yours! It's funny how we keep repeating the same themes.


Here's a bookmark in use. They can also be worn as headbands, which will be so cute with my new haircut.


Here are eight fantastic notecards with quotes about books. I thought about using some of the same quotes in my crafts. I have a few penpals, so these will really come in handy!
My favorite quotes: "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog it's too dark to read." - Groucho Marx  Cheesy
"Wherever books are burned, men also, in the end, are burned." Heinrich Heine

Thanks so much craftADDchick! Everything is fantastic and I had great fun swapping with you!
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7  Re: Post Photos of Your Tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by EowynUlysses on: July 25, 2008 05:57:02 PM
Wow, there is a lot of amazing work in this thread! (I know it's been said, but it's just so true.  Wink)

Here is my first tattoo, I just got in on Saturday.



Anna at Stain Tattoo in Knoxville, TN did it and really improved upon my original design. It's right under my collarbone (my hand covers it when I say the pledge) and hurt so much. Still, I think it was worth it. It's been less than a week and I am so in love with it!

The tulips represent some I saw when I was in Edinburgh, three summers ago. I just fell in love with the city and how I felt about myself when I was there. (I took the train up from Cambridge all by myself. I was in a foreign country all alone and I felt like I could take on the world.) Yin yangs are about balance, which I sometimes struggle with. Also, Edinburgh struck me as a balance of ancient and modern, civilization and untamed wilderness. The quote ("Always roaming with a hungry heart") is from my favorite poem, Ulysses[/i} by Tennyson. It's about traveling and never settling, to always strive to make the changes I want to see in the world. My friend was going to go with me to get it done, but I ended up going by myself. It's rather fitting that it turned out that way, I think.
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8  Re: Shop the Swap 16 **Shops Only** in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by EowynUlysses on: July 03, 2008 02:43:27 AM
w00t, 'tis my shop!
EowynUlysses's shop: open
I live in the US (TN) and have a smoke-free and pet-free home*. Unless stated otherwise, sewn items can be machine washed and dried. Feel free to PM me with any questions.
*Some items may have traveled to my parents' house, which is also home to kitties. Everything has been washed since then.


Stuff I Made:
2)Hemp skirt - 1 point
35.25" waist, 26.25" long
I reconned this skirt form a dress that didn't fit. Fabric is 100% hemp. I "hemmed" the waist and put in some "pleats." Original zipper was retained. There is some fraying at the waist and the sewing isn't my best work.




3) Polka dotted mini skirt - 1 point
Sewn from a  vintage pattern. cotton (blend?) print fabric.
37" waist (Zippered), 15.5" long, significant flare/A-line shape


4) Red A-line skirt - 1 points
Red (not quite a true red, a wee bit orangey) poly blend sewn skirt.
My own "pattern."
37" zippered waist, 29.5" long




5)Ribbon skirt - 1 point
Another recon. I cut the waistband off and added an elastic waist. Thin white cotton (blend?) fabric.
36" elastic waist, 26" long
original waistband and matching shirt available (see supplies)




6) Black and white A-line skirt - 1 point
2-way stretch poly blend fabric printed with black and white flowers (roses?)
My own pattern. Waist has some give, but no elastic added.
37" waist, 22" long




7) Wee "tie-dye" top/skirt - 1 point
2-way stretch poly blend printed with tie-dye. I love this fabric and which I had bought more!
My own pattern
26" circ. at top, 18.5" long incl. ruffle.


Cool Long sleeve tie-dye tee - 1 point
Cotton t-shirt that I dyed. Tag says adult medium. "Cross" pattern in center of shirt. Pencil lines visible.
18.5" diameter at chest, 26.5" long, 21" sleeves




9) Tiered polka dot skirt - 1 point
Sewn from a curtain. Elastic waist. Three tiers, each one wider, with "pleats" to ease in the length. My own pattern.
33" waist, 17" long




10) Sparkly jacket - 1 point
Sewn from my own pattern. Does not close in front.
Back length 22.5", back width 16.5", sleeve length 19"




11) Alaska Notecards - 1 point
Ten notecards with almost coordinating envelopes, made with images from Alaska magazine. Shouldn't take extra postage. Stickers for addresses included.




12) Cat Notecards - 1 point
Ten notecards with almost coordinating envelopes. Images from CatFancy magazine. Some may require extra postage. Stickers for addresses included.




13)Red Paisley bag - 1 point
16" long by 10.5" wide. Hemmed top, a drawstring can be added for no extra charge.


14) Duck tool roll - 1 point
13.5" long by 11" tall. 11 slots for pencils, knitting needles, crochet hooks, paintbrushes or other tools. Two matching ties.

15) Star tool roll - 1 point
12.5" long by 10" tall. 10 slots for pencils, knitting needles, crochet hooks, paintbrushes or other tools. Two matching ties.



Supplies:
1) white shirt - 1 point (waistband free with skirt)
Matches ribbon skirt above. Thin white cotton (blend?) material. Original tag says size 10.
Back length 21", chest width 21" arm length 24"
Waistband is 27.25" long and 2" wide. Dangling ribbons are 31" long


2) Harry Potter curtain - 1 point
Curtain I bought at a thrift store, features the Gryffindor crest.
83.5" long, 18" wide.
Would be about 2.5 yards if you ripped out all the seams.


 

Claims I have made:
ptarmic wumpus to EowynUlysses floppy hat 2 pts

Claimed from me:
EowynUlysses to 6iggle 3.5 yds HP fabric (1 point)
EowynUlysses to Quilted Dino print pajama pants (1 point)

Points started with: 3
Current points: 1
Pending Points: +2
Total: 3
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9  Re: Bento Swap 2 Gallery!! in The Swap Gallery by EowynUlysses on: June 30, 2008 10:33:42 PM
I received from sedrasmom today, so here are the goods!


All together, with stuff in bags as it arrived.
The book is full of delicious veggie recipes. Yay!


Close-up of the Holly Hostess/Parasite Pals bag.


The other side of the same.
These characters crack me up! It seems especially appropriate because I am a biology major.


What was inside the bag: rice molds, a sushi mat, chopsticks, and a case for chopsticks/silverware.


made bags, sized to fit my new boxes. Sorry the pic is somewhat blurry.


Hello Kitty boxes! Stack them together and you have a two-tiered box.

http://www.craftster.org/pictures/showphoto.php?photo=148443
Aaand a parasite pals box! With matching fork and spoon. So adorable!

I've already packed a lunch for tomorrow in the parasite pals box. Rice balls and kidney beans sauted with onion, garlic, tomatoes and green chiles. Huzzah!
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10  Re: Back to Nature Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by EowynUlysses on: June 24, 2008 03:00:42 PM
I received from Yulu today, so here are some pictures!
Note: You can tell how excited I am about this package by how many exclamation points I use. It's a lot!


(Almost) everything all together.


Lovely artwork, drawn with fabric crayons on Aida cloth. Phlox, morning glory and daisies/fleabane/black eyed susans.


A shot of the basket closed. Super useful for my attempts to stay organized and lined with lovely fabric.


Homemade scrub, toner and moisturizer. I'm running out of moisturizer, so this is excellent timing! Also, they were wrapped in bits of fabric that matches the basket. So I can make a wee bag or something!


Saving the last for best, a shirt with a tire swing on it! I almost cried when I saw this and put it on right away. It's based on some pics I posted on my blog (http://eowyn-ulysses.livejournal.com/47080.html#cutid1) of my grandparents' house. We've got to sell the place and I'm very sad to lose it. It makes me very happy to have a bit of it that I can wear and keep.

Thanks so much Yulu for being and awesome partner! Everything fits me perfectly!
Thanks also to Kenners and catpants for being great organizers and keeping everything going smoothly!
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