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Re: old band t-shirt made into new underwear (with tutorial)
on: February 18, 2012 03:32:18 PM
A neat trick I use to make 1/4" seam allowances: tape two pencils together.
Just follow the contours of your salvaged piece and automatically create a pattern with both "cut here" and "sew here" lines.
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Re: Steampunk Crow
on: December 28, 2011 06:02:37 PM
That is a spectacular crow. I love the attention to detail.
What the heck can I do with THIS?
Re: N64 controllers?
on: December 25, 2011 09:03:20 PM
Try prying them apart, gutting them and using the empty shell as a handbag. You might have to get pretty creative with hinges and attachments but it could work.
Perhaps using just the buttons in a jewelry piece like a bracelet of a pair of earrings.
Re: Candy Sushi!!
on: December 25, 2011 08:47:14 PM
Those look really *sweet*
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