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1  secrets: illustration in watercolour and ink in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by grapefruiit on: December 15, 2010 09:28:13 PM






recently, i've been reading mahn-hwa's like 궁. getting in touch with my korean heritage and all. you can see the oriental influence in her hairstyle, which is a traditional korean chignon-type style worn by the choson dynasty aristocracy.

and it's been raining lately. rain either makes me restless, or puts me in a peaceful/calm/productive mood. lately, it's been the latter. i like this girl so much i made prints, which i may give away as Christmas presents. probably not though! i'm thinking of opening an etsy store.


more on my blog! (see signature)
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2  Pomegranates and Daffodils in Needlework: Completed Projects by grapefruiit on: January 22, 2009 11:17:41 PM
So I've returned to embroidery once again, and I decided I'd like to try a few traditional things before getting back to freeform/contemporary Smiley





The second one is still incomplete, hahah. They're nothing fancy, but I rather like them.
The patterns are from: http://www.blackworkarchives.com/

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3  Aubergine-hued Cocktail Dress with Pleated Bodice (EDIT: pics w/ dress on) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by grapefruiit on: November 09, 2008 06:04:51 PM
Hi, this is the first time in forever that I've posted to Craftster but anyhoo, down to business:



This is the real colour of the fabric. And here's the dress itself:



Bust/bodice area:



More bust detail:



I know it's a pretty simple dress, but it's been ages since I last sewed, so I'm proud there weren't any major screw-ups. I messed up the front where the straps meet, but that was conveniently covered up by the rose! Hahah  Cheesy



EDIT~ As promised, here are the pictures with the dress on



Sorry, I know they're a bit dark, but you get the general idea..
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4  Re: blue-gray knit dress (winter's just arrived here in AUSTRALIA) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by grapefruiit on: June 11, 2007 12:29:15 AM
YEYEAH.
The weather here has been so WEIRD.
Does this keep you relatively in between not-too-hot-not-too-cold?

It looks lovely!!

Completely off topic, but
I want some gumboots.



hahah! yeahh baby-pink ones with polka dots  Wink
ACTUALLY; even though I made it for winter, it's much too cold unless I wear it with a shirt underneath, leggings, boots, a chunky knit cardigan and a scarf.. O_o;;
And after that, it's really, really hard to actually see the dress.  How disappointing hehehh

 
what a perfect dress.
would you post a tutorial, please?
Umm, yeah sure, except I'm not really good at tutorials because I tend to just start out with a vague idea in my head, and improvise as I go.
But basically; (this is done on paint cos my Photoshop DIED!)


hope that helps  Smiley
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5  Re: my "i love a challenge" jeans-to-box-pleat-skirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by grapefruiit on: July 09, 2006 04:15:00 AM
i like!  Smiley ... one question though: how did you get yours so long?! i made one like this a while ago and even though i used up all the fabric, the skirt ended up really short!! (and that was a year ago so i think i've grown quite a bit since then...)  >>>



so i can't wear it.  Sad 
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6  Re: Did anyone make anything off of something they founf at Abercrombie ?? in Designer Clothing Homage by grapefruiit on: October 30, 2005 08:50:59 PM
heya.. this is a skirt i did a while back >>> im not sure if its abercrombie enough for you but it seems like the kinda thing they might sell...

 

just a normal pleated skirt.. but it was pretty easy so you might wanna try it out. you just cut the jeans below the crotch area then cut the leg pieces and sew them into one looong strip.. then you pleat that strip bit and then sew it onto the top bit of the jeans. make sense?? hope that helps...
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7  Re: First ever customised denim skirt that actually worked! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by grapefruiit on: October 11, 2005 01:52:20 AM
wow ~! thats niCe!! it looked really short in the pictures and i was expecting it to be like, halfway down your thighs but that's a reaaaally nice length.. usually in my pants to skirt recons i run out of fabric and it ends up being really short.. like this one -->

   

i can never wear it out coz i refuse to wear skirts 10 cm above my knee in public.. your pleats look so nice though!! my are all wonky and uneven..
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8  Re: A sharpie pen?? in Discussion and Questions by grapefruiit on: October 10, 2005 03:30:44 AM
look!! i bought one!! im so excited.. i have a feeling me and my sharpie are gonna share many, many fun adventures in the near future.. muhahahahah.

here it is, basking in all its retractable glory  - yes, it IS retractable .. meaning its a clicky pen (i didnt know until i looked at the picture.. my vocab suCks)


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9  Re: A sharpie pen?? in Discussion and Questions by grapefruiit on: October 07, 2005 06:10:23 PM
Yay! just got my first sharpie!!



I didn't know that we had them in Australia!

neither did i!!! where did you get yours ?? i cant find them anywhere.....  Sad btw where in australia are you??
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10  Re: help with mermaid skirt in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by grapefruiit on: September 16, 2005 10:09:54 PM
smarmyclothes - wow!! that sounds real coOl!! you mean like this -->



except on a skirt?!
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