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21  Re: Unconditional Swap May Gallery in The Swap Gallery by TheWorldFamous on: May 24, 2006 06:10:48 PM
I got my stuff Monday (the 22) from beautifulloser (thank you!) and didn't get pictures until today (partly because I'm lazy, partly because I had to move my stuff from the computer to my craftbox)  So, here we are!

I got 2 sets of knitting needles (I think size 13 and 10, I don't have them in from of me, so I don't remember), and a set of size 11 double pointed needles.


I also got a really big circular needle (I don't know the size, but it looks like a 10), a size 3 circular needle, some awesome purple, green and teal shades of yarn (ooo, my favorite colors!), and a package of plastic ring (like stuff for potholders and purses, I read the package... lol)


I love everything, especially because it's not the boring acrylic I usually buy, and I don't have massive amounts of it, so I can make something cool and little to test the different kinds of yarn out!

Thank you, beautifulloser.
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22  Re: Significant Other Swap Round 3 Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by TheWorldFamous on: May 14, 2006 09:57:00 AM
So when I pick up my JarHead from work (his names is Jahred, but I call him JarHead), I told him his box came in and he got all excited.  Smellymel even put his name on the box (he liked that, too).  Although he took the Megaman pin before I could take a picture of it, this is what he got. 

1) A cool box to put his magic cards in.



2) A family guy t-shirt that says "No Fat Chick"



3) An awesome Megaman pin that he put somewhere so I couldn't get a picture.  My brother was to jealious of Jahred!

THank you so much, Smellymel!
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23  Re: mr dangly - knitted monkey (with pattern) in Knitting: Completed Projects by TheWorldFamous on: April 13, 2006 06:18:57 PM
I made a sad attempt at another Mr. Dangly for my niece.  Unfortunatly, it looks like Dino from the Flinstones without the spots.




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24  THILLER! Dress, now with the Run Over Edition in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by TheWorldFamous on: April 03, 2006 02:20:25 PM
So my assignment was to make my cousin's dance company dresses for the song Thiller by Michael Jackson.  This is why I'm not worried about the hem.  The pattern I used was Butterick B4513, which is a very easy pattern and I love it!  Ok, so here are the pictures. This isn't me, it's my cousin's dress.







Oh yeah, don't mind the pants.  She's retarded.

EDIT:  I got the chance to make it look like someone woke up out of the grave in this dress.  I used brown washable marker and a cheese grader (I think I spelled that wrong), and it turn out pretty good.  So, here'e the picture.

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25  Re: Let's trade craft crap round 3 gallery in The Swap Gallery by TheWorldFamous on: February 25, 2006 11:40:54 AM
My partner, rockiegirl is absolutly awesome.  Unfortunatly, her dog chewed her camera and I don't know where my camera is with the stuff I sent her is, so neither of us, at the moment, can post the pictures of anything, but my mother was so kind as to allow me to use her camera so, this is what rockiegirl sent me.

Oh yeah, and everything is modeled by my cat Spike (he was just sitting there, so I made him useful!)



In this picture, we have some beautiful lace, a ball of white yarn, and skein of multicolored yarn (I already lost the outside to the skein, so I forget what kind it is), a pair of chopsticks (my b/f thought they were funny, but any knitter knows that we'll get good use out of them), pink puff balls, some pretty cool easter fabric sharpies!, old-school googley eyes, and a pair of circular needles.



Here, we have a pair of size 4 knitting needles, point protecters (or whatever they're called.  I love them!), 4 ties (yay!  ties!), heart stickers, a Go Vege sticker, velcro, a pair of D rings, awesome fabric (it looks like material used for gym shorts), fancy silver cord, and again, the googley eyes.

And finally....



Two demin patches and a Dopey patch (the b/f says it describes me well)

Rockiegirl is awesome!  Thanks!!!!
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26  Re: mr dangly - knitted monkey (with pattern) in Knitting: Completed Projects by TheWorldFamous on: January 19, 2006 07:04:54 PM
I FINISHED HIM!  Yes, his offical name is Mr. Dan Dangly, and he's absolutly adorable!  I knitted him out of Caron's Simply Soft (my favorite yarn ever) and he's so happy!  Everyone but my boyfriend love him (yeah, my b/f is a jerk, and he's just jealous that I love my monkey more than him.)  It's ashame to see my monkey go.... but I'm knitting one for my cousin who's staying with me that has the opposite colors, and I'm knitting one for myself out ok mint green (the yarn was 75 cents a bundle!)

So... here he is!



And he likes Apple Pie!!!!

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27  Re: mr dangly - knitted monkey (with pattern) in Knitting: Completed Projects by TheWorldFamous on: January 19, 2006 08:11:27 AM
I started but I didn't finish.  I'm making him for a friend of mine for her 18th b-day and the party is Saturday.  All I have to do are the ears, eyes, and hair, and he's good.  I think I'm gonna name him Dan.

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28  My New Shrug in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by TheWorldFamous on: August 30, 2005 10:53:51 AM
I came onto Craftster and saw those shrug things.  Fell in love with them!  I figured if I'm gonna buy one, I'm gonna buy one 3/4 sleeves with no pattern on them. The only problem with that is that they don't make them for "plus sizes"  Whatever...

So I went to Old Navy, found a really long shirt (it' a 3/4 sleeve shirt but it was a tunic shirt, so it was long) for $3.  I chopped the bottom off of it, made a slit down the middle of it, sewed off white ribbon on the edges, made the tie pieces out of the bottom part of the shirt, then sewed it on the bottom.

I really like how it turned out because the ties are BIG! As you can see, they go below my waist.  I think that's cool.



When I get better pics, I'll post them, too.
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29  T-Shirt Party Basket in CHALLENGE 5 ENTRIES by TheWorldFamous on: August 24, 2005 04:51:49 PM
So one day, I was cleaning my room, keeping this challenge in mind.  I found an old t-shirt in my room and got pissed at it and well, it ripped in a big, long cord.  Still keeping this challenge in mind, I was trying to make a bracelet, but it turned out to be a decent "party bowl" as my brother calls it.  I think he's gonna keep it.

It's hand crocheted.  It's too big for a regular hook. But it's flipping sweet!

The bowl
The Inside
The underneath

Thanks for looking
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30  My Prom Dress... I know, it's a little late.. Deal with it. in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by TheWorldFamous on: July 09, 2005 07:20:37 AM
I made this dress in my sewing class at school and finished it at home.  Actually, I finished it 5 hours before prom started, so damn did I come pretty close. 

The fabric, unforunatly, gets stained very easily, so I had to clean it before I could wear it again to my best friend's seinor prom (I"m still a junior) because I sweat and my glass sweated onto the dress.  Well, here are the pictures...

Loved the color, hated the fabric.  Made me look fat.


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