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11  Art Deco Tunic *5 images in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by bluwave06 on: June 09, 2010 04:55:24 PM
I made this top today in about 3-4 hours. It is serged, contains bias edges and has a bow at the back. The sleeves are puff sleeves and a boat neckline, falls just below the hip line.







Feedback is welcome and appreciated. Thanks.
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12  Wet on Wet with Ink Fashion drawing in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by bluwave06 on: March 08, 2010 09:13:57 PM
I did this for my fashion drawing class, it was my first time trying the wet on wet techinque with ink. It took me 9 long hours to finish the dress, as I wanted to practice the technique so I didn't screw up my final one. What do you think?



Thanx,
Pamela
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13  Purple Beret * with pattern* in Crochet: Completed Projects by bluwave06 on: January 11, 2010 04:36:31 PM
Another one of my crocheted caps, I used the same pattern as for my slouchy beret as the base pattern, but changed the stitches used. I will post the updated pattern later this week, if anyone would like.

I made this one while watching the Resident Evil triology.......






****PATTERN****
The combination of single and double crochet made the spiral like look.
Note: If you want a super slouchy beret, just increase....see the pattern from rows 4-10 each row increases by one. I used Simply Soft Eco by Caron which is medium weight with a K hook. I suggest using medium to light weight yarn for this as with bulky/thick yarn that the beret will become stiff. I made this in approximately four hours, while watching all three Resident Evils.
This is the perfect project for your favorite tv show marathon, movie day or trips.
Key: sc= single crochet         dc= double crochet                    sl. st.= slip stitch
         fpdc= front post double crochet                                      bpdc= back post double crochet
Ch 5, join to form ring
Rnd. 1 Ch 3 sc 12 in ring (12)
Rnd. 2 Ch 3, 2 sc in each sc of previous round (24) slip stitch to beginning of round
Rnd. 3 Ch 3, *2 sc in next sc, sc in next (36) Repeat from * until the end of the row
Rnd. 4 Ch 3, sc next, 2 sc in next *sc next 2, 2 sc in next (49) Repeat from * until the end of the row
Rnd. 5 Ch 3, Dc each sc (49)
Rnd. 6 ch 3, sc next 2, 2 sc in next *sc next 3, 2 sc in next (61) Repeat from * until the end of the row
Rnd. 7 Ch 3, Dc each sc (61)
Rnd. 8 Ch 3, sc next 3, 2 sc in next *sc next 4, 2 sc in next (74) Repeat from * until the end of the row
Rnd. 9 Ch 3, Dc each sc of previous round (74)
Rnd. 10 Ch 3, sc next 4, 2 sc in next *sc next 5, 2 sc in next (86) Repeat from * until the end of the row
Rnd. 11 Ch 3, Dc each sc (86)
Rnd. 12 Ch 3, Dc next, skip next stitch *Dc next 4, skip one (69) Repeat from * until the end of the row
 Rnd. 13 Ch 3, Dc next, skip next stitch *Dc next 3, skip next (52) Repeat from * until the end of the row
Rnd. 14 Ch 3 *puff stitch (7 loops), dc next.  Repeat from * until the end of the row
Rnd. 15 Ch 3 *puff stitch (7 loops), dc next.  Repeat from * until the end of the row
Rnd. 16 Ch 3, Dc each
Rnd. 17 Ch 3, Dc each
Rnd. 18 Ch 3, Dc each
Rnd. 19 ch 2, Dc next bpdc next *fpdc next, bpdc next Repeat from * until the end of the row
Rnd. 20 Ch 2 dc each stitch. Fasten off.
 
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14  Sparrows, hearts, chandeliers and cameos....Oh My! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by bluwave06 on: December 02, 2009 12:24:51 PM
So to get my creative juices flowing I went to michaels and spent way more than I should have on jewelry making supplies. But I think in the end I was well rewarded. So, here are a few things I created:

Sparrows N' hearts: there is a bow on the left side and a heart shaped locket on the other

Chandelier N' Bows: Chandelier pendant with bows

A Cameo N' Wings necklace for myself: Cameo with a clock and angel wing

A Key and Heart necklace for a xmas gift: key and heart with red gems
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15  Re: Christmas Stocking Swap 5 *-*-GALLERY-*-* in The Swap Gallery by bluwave06 on: December 02, 2009 05:09:14 AM
So here is what Amaylikespunk sent me: She made the yellow mario star for my gamer 8 year old nephew, the santa for my one year old nephew and my neice (10 years old) and I matching headbands, as she likes being like me. I have a thing for heeled stockings and she made me a nice one in my favorite color no less! I can already see a few things coming with me to school in January!.....instead of making a long list here are the pictures..........





apron:

One of those heating pads:
 


Thanks Amaylikespunk!!! I love everything!
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16  Re: Christmas Stocking Swap 5 (SENDOUTS Nov. 20th) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by bluwave06 on: October 16, 2009 08:51:36 AM
I have to get to crafting this weekend, if not this weekend then next week on my three days off. I am making a list of supplies and going to get around to PM'ing my partner questions tonight.

How is this for an early xmas....it was snowing this morning.....October and we already had snow...
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17  Re: Post your photography in here :D in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by bluwave06 on: September 05, 2009 08:34:18 PM
Here are a few of my more recent pictures, taken a couple weeks ago with some flowers my dad had planted. All were taken with a Kodak Digital Camera, nothing too fancy.





I even surprise myself at times, at how good pictures turn out.
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18  Button Tab Bracelet 3 images in Crochet: Completed Projects by bluwave06 on: August 29, 2009 09:33:15 PM
Ok, I am still trying to use up one really huge skien of yarn and had the idea to make a bracelet. So I made a bracelet with a button tab made up as I went. I have to do some tweaking to the pattern, but other than that I think it turned out perfect.




Opinions?
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19  Slouchy Beret with Button Tab *Now with pattern* in Crochet: Completed Projects by bluwave06 on: August 24, 2009 07:58:10 PM
This has been on my list of things to make for awhile and I finally sat down a made one. I made the pattern up as I went but I think it turned out amazing. This is my first beret and my fourth crocheted hat. I had no idea how to do ribbing before going into this project, but quickly learned following how tos online. The button tab just kind of happened following an idea that I thought could possibly work and well it did...It is definately slouchy and comfortable. The pattern is below so others can make it as well. The stitches I used were dc, fpdc, & bpdc (both of which I had no idea of until today) for the ribbing.

I was thinking of adding a brim which I might do with the second one I make. I am addicted  Cheesy

Would love to hear your opinions....




I will try to answer any questions you may have with the pattern. I still have a lot to learn when it comes to writing up a crochet pattern. I will be working on another one so I will have pictures of how to do the band and tab. I used Acrylic brushed yarn with a K hook. I am unsure of the gauge as I kind of winged it.

Slouchy Beret with Button Tab

Chain 5 Join to form ring
Rnd. 1 Ch 3, Dc 12 in ring
Rnd. 2 Ch 3, 2 Dc in each Dc of the previous round (24) Join(sl st to beginning ch)
Rnd. 3 Ch 3, *2 Dc in next stitch, Dc next. Repeat from * to beginning (36). Join
Rnd. 4 Ch 3, Dc next, 2 Dc in next stitch *Dc next 2 stitches, 2 Dc in next stitch (48). Repeat from * to beginning. Join
Rnd. 5 Ch 3, Dc next 2 stitches, 2 Dc in next *Dc next 3, 2 Dc. Repeat from * to beginning. Join
Rnd. 6 Ch 3, Dc next 3 stitches, 2 Dc in next *Dc next 4, 2 Dc. Repeat from * to beginning. Join
Rnd. 7 Ch 3, Dc next 4 stitches, 2 Dc in next *Dc next 5, 2 Dc. Repeat from * to beginning. Join
Rnd. 8-9 Ch 3, Dc in each stitch. Join to form round.
Rnd. 10 Ch 3, Dc next stitch, skip next *Dc next 4 stitches, skip next one. Repeat from * to beginning. Join
Rnd. 11 Ch 3, Dc in each Dc from previous round. Join
Rnd. 12 Ch 3, Dc in each Dc from previous round. Join
Rnd. 13 Ch 3, Dc next stitch, Skip next *Dc next 3, Skip next. Repeat from * to beginning. Join
Rnd. 14 Ch 3, Dc in each Dc from Previous round. Join
Rnd. 15 Ch 12, turn
Rnd. 16 Dc in each chain (11)after you are back to the beginning of chain.Dc next stitch, fpdc next *bpdc in next, fpdc next. Repeat from * until you get to the last stitch in which you will Dc
Note: you will go all the way around and end where you started the chain. (Not crocheting the chain)
Rnd. 17 Ch 2 turn. Dc next, bpdc (back post double crochet) next *fpdc next, bpdc next. Repeat from * until you get to the last 11 in which you will Dc each.
Rnd. 18 Ch 2 turn. Dc next 11. Dc next, fpdc next *bpdc next stitch, fpdc next stitch Repeat * until there is one stitch left, Dc last
Rnd. 19 Dc all the way around, catching the beginning to the tab.  Fasten off.
Attach a button to the tab, sewing it to the hat as well.
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20  4 new journals...Twilight, Star trek, New Moon, Bela Lugosi *Img. heavy* in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by bluwave06 on: August 12, 2009 04:18:07 PM
Here is my first venture into journals, these were quick and easy journals that I put together. I made these for a friend who is a screenwriting major and figured that this would be nice for her to write down ideas and the like. i made these in photoshop including the cover, which I had found images and placed them all over. Her name is written using a font I downloaded off the net. Each of the journals feature 20 pages, with a movie/actor she likes. As she and I are major Twilight fans and Star Trek fans I couldn't resist, her favorite vampire is the original Dracula Bela Lugosi, so there is one with him as well. The Twilight one was created for the last Twilight swap I was in, but turned out so good that I went onto make different types.

All I did was basically print, fold in half and stitched together.

If anyone wants the pages, I uploaded the files (see below). They are lined as well, so perfect for notes, letters, etc.





~Pamela~

Edit: Here are the journal pages.....



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