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1  T-shirts into yoga-type skirt. in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by RovingAnarchist on: March 17, 2014 05:44:13 PM
A further project ransacking that t-shirt collection (they say that every t-shirt you buy from an independent band buys them 25 miles worth of gas for the tour van. I say it's a small price to keep good music alive!). I took 2 skirts and some ridiculous sparkly ice-dancing costume fabric to make this super comfy skirt. It looks much better on, but I have no one to take photos.

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2  Pantera t-shirt into slightly girlier Pantera top in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by RovingAnarchist on: March 17, 2014 05:27:11 PM
Fitted top made from recycled Pantera shirt. I own way too many stupid band shirts, and I've been experimenting with ways to make them less bland.

and the back...
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3  Let's Go Dancing - the super sexy date night top in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by RovingAnarchist on: March 04, 2014 06:43:30 PM
Made without a pattern... it's got an easy to do up yourself clip closure on the back, a built-in bra to avoid the darn thing showing at an unfortunate moment, and is all drapey and flowy so as to move nicely with the body.

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4  Handcuffs Make Everything Better in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by RovingAnarchist on: February 27, 2014 09:51:38 PM
Found an old extra extra large Dimebag Darrell tribute shirt at my local thrift store. It was going to be jammies until we stopped at the Dollarama, where I found party supplies. Two pair of plastic handcuffs for a buck! Sold! The cuffs are detachable so they don't go through the wash. This project is surprisingly comfortable to wear, though it does require a certain frame of mind.
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5  Uneven, Over-Twisted Single in Spinning: Completed Projects by RovingAnarchist on: February 25, 2014 07:49:54 PM
100% merino, hand-dyed (admittedly not by me- I received the roving as a gift.). I intentionally made it thick and thin with extra curly bits because I wanted to get a nobby effect when it was knitted up after. I'm in that process right now, and I can tell you the extra twist was a mistake! Anyways, here's my slightly blurry first picture post to Craftster! (I've just realized that this photo is from before I set it. The yarn isn't actually this curly or this fuzzy.)
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