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1  Re: One Tiny Doctor Who Thing Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by eulalia on: July 23, 2010 02:09:36 PM
Ok, so electric fire sent me this adorable little Amy-- "Pond in My Pocket". Amy and I became best buddies as she helped me unpack in my new apartment.

Here she is, being a good companion and making sure the Limoncello doesn't run off.


She's taller than the tiny Tardis my brother (age 11) made for me for Christmas, but it's bigger on the inside.

I took some more pictures with her on a day trip today, maybe we'll start a blog.
Great tiny items, everybody!
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2  Re: Fiber Friday 4/17/09 in Spinning: Completed Projects by eulalia on: April 17, 2009 04:17:47 PM
I've finally got something to show! I love that glow in the dark yarn.



This is some BFL I dyed entitled "Alanna".
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3  Re: Fiber Friday 7/21 in Spinning: Completed Projects by eulalia on: July 22, 2006 09:25:19 AM

I finished this yesterday, but didn't get a picture until this morning. It's the first thing I've spun since February, and I was surprised at ho quickly I remembered all my mistakes. It's a bit overspun, but I still like it. The roving is from spunky eclectic.
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4  Pirate Flag in Knitting: Completed Projects by eulalia on: January 16, 2006 01:03:02 PM
Our school musical this year is The Pirates of Penzance. (I was cast as Ruth  Cheesy) Anyway, my director (who knows I knit because I made him a scarf for christmas) asked me to knit something for the production. He told me he wanted one of the pirates to be knitting the whole time. I asked him what he wanted me to knit and he said something colorful and unexpected. I told him that I could do a pirate flag, and the man nearly jumped up and down he was so happy. So one week later, here is my result.

It's still on the circs because it is going to be "worked on" during the performance. I'm really proud of it, and I get my name in the program twice!
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5  near-perfect hat in Crochet: Completed Projects by eulalia on: September 06, 2005 06:04:12 PM
I made this hat as a test for a Jayne Cobb hat I'm planning to make for a friend. I was going to add earflaps, but that would make it too ridiculous.  Cheesy
It's made of acrilyc, but i think the color makes up for the lack of quality yarn.
Ok here is my lovely sister modeling the first hat that I'm really quite happy about.
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6  Curly, Larry and Mo! (but mostly Mo) in Stenciling: Completed Projects by eulalia on: May 25, 2005 05:35:13 PM
No, not the three stooges but Mozart. I do love those stooges though.
Ok, this was my first stencil. I used freezer paper, and I'm in love.
Thanks, impeach_this, for the idea!     
 
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7  Re: Taking Requests in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by eulalia on: May 25, 2005 03:19:15 PM
Y'know what? I made my own, and it's pretty awsome.
     
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