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11  I Need Some Help....Again in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by xstillxherex72 on: September 14, 2005 12:05:18 PM
Ok so I'm going to an amazing AMAZING concert this October, Joel Plaskett Emergency & The Trews, So.....I would like to have a shirt to go to it Smiley but the trouble is, I don't have a stencil of Joel. If anyone has A GOOD stencil making thingy, can you PLEASSSE make a stencil of the following picture? I'd love you forever and ever lol. On the back I'm probably going to make a list of songs off his CD, or his tourdates, or lyrics from one of his songs Smiley

(and either one is ok Smiley )





much love
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12  Computer Geekiness! in Stenciling: Completed Projects by xstillxherex72 on: September 14, 2005 11:48:21 AM
Soooo I was originally going to sell this, but instead, decided to break down my "clothing line" and so here is my beautiful Computer Geek shirt.

front. the shirt is a wonderful thrift store find, a Hanes, that fits me perfect.


closeup. i got the text off of some text site that supplies all the text and everything, its in pixels and all caps. and the guy stencil, i think i just searched computer guy or something on google and up that came. i used fabric marker.


back. it says "i dream in pixels" in extremely pixelated letters. took me a long time to cut out all those little squares!

much love
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13  Re: OH CRAP - PLEASE HELP ME in Sewing Machines: Discussion and Questions by xstillxherex72 on: September 12, 2005 02:30:24 PM
i'm pretty sure its just the needle. but how can you tell? here's  the picture of it dead Cry



notice how its broke in two?
how can you tell if the other parts of the machine are broken?

much love
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14  My Photography - Amateur, so don't laugh - Image Heavy in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by xstillxherex72 on: September 10, 2005 01:54:21 PM
And it was taken by a digi, so thts why there are the numbers/time/date in the corner. Anyone know how to take this out?


canoe at our campsite on a lake during a sunset. like looking through the looking glass...


tres creepy? oh yes. this is our dock at the campsite.


another b&w pic of a built-up campfire...at, of course, our campsite! (i didn't realize these were all from here! lol)


from the back of the bus.. alittle random, but it was the last day of school...how i miss those days...



aaand i looove this picture, my friend watching the sun sink into the lake.

much love

(critique welcome, just not "you shouldn't have the numbers there" cause i know that!)
edited: took out the friends pics Smiley
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15  I LOVE JORDY'S! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by xstillxherex72 on: September 03, 2005 06:51:11 PM
Whhheeeeeeeeeeeeee!
I finished my first Jordy about an hour ago, I love it!
I used thejordy's tut for it and used her measurments as well, but didn't add a closure of anytype. It's made of this really heavy grey material (not tweed) and some soft pink pinstripe stuff. personally, it's too professional for me, but I think I'll sell it or give it as a gift or something!
So here's the pics:


this is the whole thing


closeup of the outside fabric (don't stare at it too long!)


inside!

yay!

much love
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16  Yet Another Circle Skirt...With Yet some more Polka Dots! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by xstillxherex72 on: August 31, 2005 08:58:04 PM
So I've made another circle skirt with some polka dot material i got at a flea market and white tulle and black material from walmart from today. so here it is: (this is the shortest i've made yet)
oooh and they might not show up, my bandwidth may be exceeded...


my friend modelling it still


twisting back and forth


full twirl!

the layers (dots, tulle, black)

much love
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17  Cell Phone Holders/FacePlates in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions by xstillxherex72 on: August 29, 2005 05:23:16 PM
Is there anyway to make a strong cellphone holder without using felt? Can I make one with duct tape?
Also, is there anyway to make interchangable cellphone faceplates? Here's what my phone looks like (its a camera phone, so i'd like that to be shown too). can i make something out of duct tape for this??


much love!
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18  Hey! This ain't no tote! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by xstillxherex72 on: August 29, 2005 02:41:02 PM
So there I was, happily following along OhMyStar's tut on making a tote bag, and when I flip it so it's rightside out, I find that the handles are *shock* inbetween the lining and the outside!  Shocked So what could I do? Carry around a tote that has no handles like an oversized clutch? No!
So this morning, I cut a tiny little hole where one of the sides of one of the handles were, and low and behold, it was there! Then I ran across another problem: I couldn't make 3 more lucky-guess holes to where the other handle attachements were! And it JUST WOULDN'T WORK!!! So, in my effort to pull the handle out completely to cut it in half so I could painfully measure where I put the other handles and then tie them all together, the top of the bag closed up like a drawstring bag! Well oh my God. There I had it. A tote bag turned into tote clutch turned into drawstring tote.
Pics:


outside, open (yes the lining is supposed to stick out like that, but no, not that much, but yes, i fixed it!)


outside, closed


holding it up, closed


the lining.

So anyways, the handle drawstring type thing is a strip of denim that's not hemmed. Hmm...
thanks for readin' the story!

much love
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19  Re: YAY! i made ANOTHER HAT! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by xstillxherex72 on: August 29, 2005 06:04:51 AM
omg black and yellow are my favorite colors!! if u have any left over i'd love to trade u something for the remnants!!

fabulous hats



yeh, i have quite abit left over. the measurments are (at the longest) 43" and (at the widest) just over 21". But it's not really a rectangular peice, lots of peices are cut out:


so if you want to still, pm me!

much love
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20  The Roaring 20's in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by xstillxherex72 on: August 25, 2005 06:35:35 PM
Would anyone know anyway to make 1920's style clothing? I love that era of fashion!! So: any tips, any tuts, any ideas, any styles, any accesories, any cuts, anything!
Here's a couple of guide patterns:

is there any ways to modernize this alittle so when i wear it i don't look like a bride walking down the street?


again, anyways to modernize it?




i love this!!!

and i also found this sketch of a bonnet-type thing that reminds me of those dreadlock hats. the fashion is from 1802. anyone know how i can make it, without knitting/crochet? (it is the first one.)


much love
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