So, what do you do when you're 3000+ words behind on your Nano novel? Recon a purple t-shirt, of course!
My mum gave this to me, but it was several sizes too large. What it looked like before:
What it looks like now:
It doesn't gape so much in real life, I was just standing strangely to try and get the photographs. The top underneath is just a tanktop - I didn't have any clean plain white ones, so I put on one with a message for the photo. Anything can be worn underneath - or it could be worn without anything underneath! Mind you, not too sure that I would!
this is my version of robbie the robot i made for my friend rob because he's going away to college
He's so sweet - I love the embroidery on the front. Your friend must have loved him.
Fade2black - I just sewed a couple of cross stitches near the middle of the bottom pannel of the head on the the top pannel of the body. I did this before attatching and stuffing the rest of the head - but there's probably a better way to do this.
Plockmatic60 - I know, bless her. And that is a great story. XD
It's A5 size, and I luffs it dearly. I bound it with coptic binding, and the cover is from wrapping paper that I was given for Christmas! I was given a Lush gift-box, and fell in love with the penguin wrapping paper and knew that I had to reuse it.
I found the stencil for the Shaun the Sheep t-shirt somewhere here on Craftster. I'm so sorry, I can't find it now! But I love the way it came out.
This Batman symbol, I believe, came from Stencilry. It did come out a bit uneven, though, so I'm not best pleased with it.
This is a stencil of L de C, from Romeo and Juliet. I added a quote from the play next to it - the stencil is on a small clutch bag, which I like, and also made myself. The buttons on the back are zwoopy, but I'm afraid I don't have a photograph of them. The stencil was made by dark X rouge (see below! XD)