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21  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Crop Shirt Re-Con on: February 10, 2007 03:33:45 PM
I dont know about this, this is a re-con gone bad. I resized it, fixed the sleeves and the I added this thick band at the bottom, but it was toooooo small, so I cut the bottom off then poked holes into it and threaded some shirt through it with a safety pin. I dont know if I like it...opnions?

THANKS!
22  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / T-Shirt Corkboard on: February 01, 2007 08:13:23 PM
I know this isnt very clever, but I like the way it turned out. I went to home depot and bought one of those ceiling type tiles that look kinda like corkboard? Well, I was going to come home and get all crafty with fabric but got lazy. I took an old tee, sewed it into a square and covered the tile with it. Then I staple gunned the back down and then staple gunned the webbing and then...HERE! All for about..$5 bucks..The tile cost 3.00

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/tiffanytaylor/Garfield.jpg

I like it...It's simple.
23  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Me Again....Hoodie Out Of A Tee-ADDED NEW PICS! 3/21/07 on: December 16, 2006 09:52:43 AM
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=100217.0
I used this tut and it worked FAB!
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/tiffanytaylor/YAY.jpg
I love this, i dont like long sleeves so i just added the zipper and hood. I am deathly afraid of adding zippers but not anymore! I finally did it, the first one i ruined, but this one is GREAT!
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/tiffanytaylor/Hoodie.jpg
Hoodie Up
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/tiffanytaylor/Hoodie2.jpg
Hoodie DOWN!
Man..this is great, i already have two more im going to make lined up already!
Thanks for looking!


*EDITED ON 2/23/07*

I made some new re-cons-

This if from my other post, and I re-did it into a crop. I LOVE IT!
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=120735.0
OTHER POST!!


I added the band at the bottom plus the neckline.


I just gathered the neck-line with some elastic.


I added a new tiny band at the bottom and made the sleeves more fluttery.


I Cut out this tee I had and made a huge applique. It is Gryffindor from Harry Potter.


EDIT AGAIN! 3/21/07
always wonder, why make a WHOLE NEW POST! I found this tee I LOVED!



My VErsion...I just cut and sewed and hoped for the best!

I have Three of the same shirt...lol, I got a GREAT deal on them.....

I made this also....I used a piece of thin elastic right under the boob and then in front of the shirt to make it ruffle....
24  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / HP HOODIE FROM GOF on: November 09, 2006 10:01:07 PM
I have been lusting after this hoodie on EBAY..

but I figured, $100! NO WAY! So, i thought and thought and i made one myself....


Here is mine....

Front side....

Back

On my Bed...

In progress....

I LOVE THIS! All i need is the Gryffindor patch and im SET!
25  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / New Tee Recons.Very Simple But GOOD for Big Gals..ADDED A NEW PIC! 10/9 on: September 14, 2006 12:59:02 PM
I made this the past two days. I love love this one the best, it is soo flattering.

Just Resized-Added a DEEP V neck and did a few more adjustments,

Simple Peasanty Type Tie..Very nice.
And just simple Resize..

I figured out a super easy re-size. As soon as I figure out how to put it into words, I will let you know Smiley

I FINALLY made the perfect pair of skinny jeans, I made these out of some 6.97 flares I bought at Old Navy...I chopped some off at the bottom, stuck a pair of socks over them and VOILA! Skinny jeans to tuck into boots. I DONT CARE if big girls are not supposed to wear these, I LOVE THEM! And I love my body...SO SCREW THEM!..lol.
My Che Shirts I made A LONG time ago..

Ruching And Resize

Grommets and Resize...I like this and excuse the white bra.
A Standard Jean Skirt from JEans that Covers my FEET!

Thanks! REMEMBER GIRLS..Love YOUR Body Smiley.

Ok..I added this on Oct 9th...
This use to be a turtleneck, im not a turtleneck kinda girl, so i made it into a shrug Smiley. I got another one that i think i will actually take my time on, but this came out good..

Yeah...dont mind me, ive been at this craft thing all night making a Harry POtter hoodie ive been lusting for on Ebay...
Ill post it when it dries..
26  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Jean Skirt from Jeans...FRAYED AND HOLED UP! Added a pic of a polo shirt recon. on: March 29, 2006 05:18:32 AM
I had bought these as jeans that were to big from Old Navy. So I made them into a mini, took a power tool to it and frayed the heck out of it making random holes here and there. Then I added a hem at the bottom so it wouldnt fray to much, washed it three times in a row with a cap full of bleach and that made it soft. Here is the result. It is to cute on. I love it! I have seen in these in so many magazines, but they didnt make it in my size...surprised? NOT!


Front


Back

PS..Here is me in it....Smiley


ADDED ON 4/3/06
I added this because I didnt want to make another whole post for it, I made this from a POLO I saved from SAL AL, added the stencil of the Tiger, which faded like mad in the wash, and Made the sleeves ruffly. THANKS!

I would be wearing, but it just came out the washer !..lol
27  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Necklace and Earring Holders Out Of Old Records on: January 29, 2006 08:59:52 AM
Ok...I didnt know where else to put this in forum land, so I figured it was reconstructed to use to hold jewelry, why not here???

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/tiffanytaylor/Jewelry/EarringandNecklaceholder004.jpg
This holds all of my earrings. I measured out where I would drill the holes and the marked it with a piece of masking tape and then drilled above it where the holes would go. It holds about 50 pairs of earrings. It is so useful.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/tiffanytaylor/Jewelry/EarringandNecklaceholder001.jpg
I made this out of a record also, for all of my necklaces, I did the same thing, marked it off with masking tape. But, I used a lighter to light the tips of push-pins and then push it into the record, it went right in like a hot butter knife. Then I used a pair of metal cutters to clip off the pointy part in the back.


Simple, but I think that it is very useful for someone like me.
And another thing that I use to organize all of my jewelry is tackle boxes....maybe that may help anyone who is a jewelry-whore like me..lol.
28  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Shrug From A T-Shirt, Undies from a Tee and A MORE THAN A FEW New Recons. on: January 27, 2006 09:17:03 PM
I made a shrug. It was really simple. I used a tut that I found on here I think. But, here it is. I made two of these actually. But the other is white and glares like crazy.


Front

Front and Back on A hanger


Sweatshirt band bottom, Shirring on the sleeves and  neckline.


Undies...lol. I made them from an old tee.


Harry Potter...Has an elastic neckline, a small black band at the bottom and longer sleeves thats I added after this picture was taken.



Hope you like them!!
29  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / TigeRRRRRR Stencils and A Star of an Idea for a shirt on: August 20, 2005 08:41:43 AM
I made this out of a Old Navy Shirt. The back was originally the front and I snipped and sewed and didnt mean to come out with this. I re attached the sleeves and snipped some more along with pinching. The result....

The starburst on the front

The back

And me cheesin in it...


A Couple of shirts I made with the same stencil with studs on one and rhinstones on the other.

I got some more things im going to cut up today, its raining outside and i have nothing better to do than to destroy my shirts  Grin
30  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Make Pretty Jeweled Flower Pins/Hair Clips.....WITH TUT on: May 17, 2005 07:59:10 PM

I made these, some are pins, some are hair clips. I love them, perfect for summer.


You Need:
Rhinstone Setter Backing *YOU KNOW, THE THINGS WITH THE PRONGS BY THE RHINSTONES*
Rhinestones *MAKE SURE THEY FIT INSIDE OF YOUR BACKING*
Thimble
Fake Flower
Iron
Tacky Glue
Hot GLue Gun
Backs for pins or Hair clips *I USED THE ONES THAT THE HAIRSTYLISTS USES TO HOLD YOUR HAIR BACK WHEN YOUR GETTING A CUT. THE FLATTER THE BETTER*

First, take apart your flower and iron it flat if needed.  So that it looks just like this. With no middle or any backing.

Then, take your rhinstone backing and push it through the back of the flower, making sure you go through all the layers. *YOU MAY NOT WANT A THICK FLOWER, JUST SOMETHING A LITTLE ON THE THINNER SIDE*
Then, put your rhinestone inside of the prongs *IT MAY MOVE AROUND A BIT*

Take your thimble and push the prongs inward to make the rhinstone stay in place.

Place some hot glue on the pin back or hair clip and glue the flower in place.

They will look like this, depending on what you used for the backing

Then glue rhinstones on them, however you please. But dont go overboard, remember less is more sometimes.

Hope that was clear enough, sorry the pics suck, but my cam needs batteries.
I WANT TO SEE YOURS TOO! Any questions? Just ask!
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