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1  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / The Ladies of Gotham - pictures galore on: October 31, 2009 07:49:03 PM
Okay so this Halloween my friends and I decided to do a group costume and we chose the ladies of Gotham! So we got Harley Quinn (me, she is the joker's gf), Poison Ivy, Bat Girl, and Cat Woman!

The Harley Quinn and Bat Girl costume were the most "home-made" but I think they all look great!

The whole gang together:


FIGHT!:


This is the best one that shows Harley...


Harley Quinn costume:
1-sewn red/black sweatshirts together
2-fleece hat - little small but hand sewn it really easy, jester ears are stuffed with cotton
3-black leggings
4-tall black/red socks from target
5-mask, black converse with red stitching, and red/black gloves

Bat Girl costume:
1-cape from Big Lots
2-Handmade mask out of cardboard and back fabric
3-yellow bat sign out of cardboard and yellow duct tape
4-utility belt from goodwill with yellow duct tape
5-gloves are yellow kitchen gloves
6-black shirt, leggings, and boots

Poison Ivy
1-green leotard
2-green tights
3-green/black skirt
4-ivy, ivy, and more ivy
5-red hair dye

Cat Woman
1-black shirt and leggings
2-cat ears
3-black gloves
4-cat makeup

We had lots of fun with our outfits!! Smiley








(yeah...there's some michael jackson in these pics as well)
2  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / broad street mittens increase help on: December 05, 2008 12:08:26 PM
okay so i'm working on knittys broad street mittens
http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEfall02/PATTbroadstreet.html
and its my first time using dpns.
i'm having a little trouble understanding how they want me to increase
"Work *k3, INC 1.* [to INC, use K1P1 in the same stitch.]"
what exactly does this mean? maybe my brain's just farted but i dont get it.
is this supposed to be like a bar increase??

3  COOKING / Dessert / accidental boobies cookies on: October 22, 2008 05:33:01 PM
okay so i wanted to make sugar cookies with hershey kisses and i went about making them all happy.
i got my cookies together and got them into the oven at 350 degrees.
my roommate, being kind, looks into the oven to make sure that they aren't burning.
I hear an "uh amy? we have some x rated cookies....*giggles*"
so i had to get up an see what she was talking about and i exclaim "oh my they're boobies" and lots of laughter ensue.
and allison wanted me to share this with everyone here on lovely craftster (she's pictured below).
by the way, they were really yummy but i think hershey kisses are better on peanut butter cookies.






4  KNITTING / Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller / fairly easy fair isle woohoo my first sweater! on: October 02, 2008 03:16:00 PM
Okay so the moment I got Stitch N Bitch Nation I knew I HAD to make the Fairly Easy Fair Isle.
And it was cold enough to today to wear it out. I got LOTS LOTS LOTS of compliments and my friend even told my professor that I knitted it and I had to stand up and show the whole class (that was a bit embarrassing).
I used worsted weight yarn but doubled the strands to meet the gauge.
Yarn Used: Lion Brand Vanna's Choice Espresso - around 8-10 skeins (i bought 10)
Lion Brand Vanna's Choice Olive
Lion Brand Vanna's Choice Dusty Green
Bernat Satin Banana (LOVE THIS its so soft)
So I'm on a college students budget so I opted for just regular yarn and I didn't like any of the bulky yarn at Micheal's so I just went with the worsted weight. I think it came out fairly well.  This took me about 4 weeks on and off knitting. I had a few problems with the sleeves but I definitely learned a lot.
What I learned:
1-YES I can knit a sweater
2-Yes I can knit in fair isle
3-My binding off needs to be looser
4-I need to work on seaming
On to the pictures!!
(sorry my mirror is dirty)



haha my sweater matches my shower curtain.
and I think I'm going to change those buttons.
What do you think?
5  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / n00b + stitch holder = huh? on: September 20, 2008 01:10:32 PM
hey there so i'm in progress of knitting my first sweater. i'm knitting the fairly easy fair isle from stitch n bitch nation (btw love this book and this pattern) and its going great. or at least it was till i got to the part about the stitch holder(adding the sleeves). i worked with the stitch holders this morning but it just didn't look right and i think i'm using them wrong. i understand that they are there to hold the stitches but it got all messed up and funky looking. i probably should take a picture but my camera is MIA.
so any help with how to use these stitch holders would be great. i'm more a visual learner so if you know a site that has pictures/video that would be even better. thanks in advance Smiley
6  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / 21 year old birthday gift brain blockage on: August 14, 2008 01:48:41 PM
so my really good friend and roommate has a birthday on monday (august 18th) and i have noooooooo idea what to get/make her. i wouldnt mind making her something and also getting her something.
shes turning the big 21 and ive know her for 20 of those 21 years but she is SOOO hard to buy gifts for.
she enjoys: movies, candy, dancing, music, reading (harry potter & twilight) and is a beast in the academic area
i usually just buy her clothes but lately (as in the past 2 years of birthday and christmas) she didnt like anything i got her in the clothes department. so i am not buying her clothes this year. she doesn't wear jewelry/watches. she's going to be a PE teacher so i guess that tells you what kind of person she is, haha.
i was going to buy her step up 2 but her mom got her that. shucks!
i was thinking maybe something for her room, she doesn't have anything on the walls at school and maybe she would like something. any ideas? because i need HELP!
7  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / help me find this pattern? on: August 08, 2006 06:35:45 AM
i saw this lovely sweater in a knit shop in asheville. me and the salesclerk couldnt find a pattern in the large collection they have at the store. someone else had knitted it and i really love it so can you help me?


this picture makes me look like a hunchback, im really not. its the angle.
so any pattern that looks like this/similiar to this send my way!
thanks!


8  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / coat from pride and prejudice on: July 10, 2006 02:53:00 PM
first of all i absolutely love pride and prejudice (the book & the movies)
and i was watching the keira knightely version today and i really love her long brown coat.


does anybody know of a pattern that i could use to make this coat?
also what kind of fabric do you suggest?
oh and have you seen a coat of this nature at any stores on the internet?
thanks
9  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / suggest a pattern on: June 20, 2006 06:59:14 PM
next saturday ill be traveling to charleston s.c. (by car) and ill have a couple of hours there and back (like 10 and maybe more) to knit something but i dont know what. ive knitted scarfs and two pantas. i would like to branch out but im not sure what to do. heres what i can do now knit wise (willing to learn more stuff):
cast on
knit
purl
change colors
increase/decrease
bind off

this is like the only time during the summer where ill have time to craft so i want to make the most of it. thanks.  Smiley
10  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / curious george - my first skirt! on: May 04, 2006 06:24:49 AM
I made this in like January and its finally warm enough to wear it! I'm excited to show it off  Smiley



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