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1  Re:2 new articles of clothing in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by www.sly-eye.com on: March 01, 2004 04:43:56 PM
Yeehaw!  I have finished my first skirt!!!!




I have been using McCall's pattern #3857 and I am having a blast - making myself a whole new wardrobe of skirts!

This one was tricky cuz the fabric is slinky so the hem is a little uneven.

Morgan
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2  Re:Scrabble Rack in What the heck can I do with THIS? by www.sly-eye.com on: February 24, 2004 12:30:21 PM
Here they are :

First I screwed the racks into the wall :


Then I placed my treasures on them (tintypes I purchased at a Bejing flea market):



You can use this for unframed art, postcards, unframed photos.  Anything as long as it is thin!

Morgan
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3  Re:Help! Any jean DIY ideas? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by www.sly-eye.com on: January 13, 2004 08:34:34 PM
Ok here are the pics.  The star and flower are Iron ons from Hobby Lobby!



The lining:



Does anyone think these will sell?  Meaning do gals wear this sort of thing?

Thanks for your input,
Morgan
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4  Re:Help! Any jean DIY ideas? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by www.sly-eye.com on: January 11, 2004 08:48:01 PM
Ok here are the pics.  The star and flower are Iron ons from Hobby Lobby!



The lining:

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5  Re:?baby food jars? in What the heck can I do with THIS? by www.sly-eye.com on: September 10, 2003 07:39:55 AM
I purchased a light up Christmas tree made from baby food jars, christmas lights (the mini ones), ribbon and garland.

Basically you stack the jars in the tree shape or any shape and epoxy the jars together.  

Then you "puncture" the lids and glue them back onto the jars.

Finally, you stuff pieces of garland in each jar and stick in one or 2 lights in each jar.  Wrap tree sides in ribbon.

You can do any color lights or garland - Mine is Pink!!!

You could do the same and make funky table lights or even mount them to a wall.  

Here is the tree pattern and a square pattern for ideas.



Hope this makes sense!

Morgan


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