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1  Llamas & a Cat in Knitting: Completed Projects by Mickele on: July 15, 2010 09:52:18 PM
These are the first toys I've ever designed. I wrote the pattern from start to finish, and after a whole lot of fiddling around (there are 3 blue reject-llamas on the bookshelf next to me), I'm pretty pleased with how these came out.









I feel like I should make teeny tiny blankets to put over the llamas. Hee!
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2  Re: quickie dress that anybody can make - Infinity Dress and link to tutorial in Clothing Sewalongs by Mickele on: July 16, 2009 08:15:48 PM






This is my second try. It could be better, but I don't feel weird about wearing about wearing it outside, as long as I have a half-slip on underneath.

It was a $2 fabric from Walmart, but they only had two and a half yards, so I made it an a-line skirt.
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3  Re: Shop the Swap SUPPLIES ONLY Round 4 ~ September in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Mickele on: September 19, 2007 03:25:59 PM
Niphil's Shop!
Hoorah!
Open!

1/2 Point Items

Green Floral Tape, only a few feet used


SOLD 22 x 22 inch piece of Lightweight Fusible Pellon


2 3/4 yards of Red Bias Binding - This is a soft flannel-ly type fabric.


SOLD Almost 1/4 yard of heavy weight clear vinyl. I cut out a small square out of one corner, and didnt touch the rest.

2 for 1/2 Items - Mix and Match these


(5) Sets of 20 straws for making straw stars.


(2) Kids St. Patrick's Day crafts, makes one door hanger each.

I'll be adding more as it becomes available!

Bought:
none

Sold:
mickele to Sansa ~ fusible pellon, heavyweight vinyl (1)

starting points: 3
available points: 3
pending points : 1
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4  First Plieds in Spinning: Completed Projects by Mickele on: May 10, 2007 07:44:11 PM
This is my first attempt at plied yarn, made from Corriedale wool.


This is my second attempt, still on the spindle. I have to set the twist, and its made from merino wool.




Length is around 30 yards, so not really that much..... Undecided

i haven't decided on names yet.
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5  Re: Japanese Swap Round 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Mickele on: October 20, 2006 03:35:19 PM
Here's a closeup of the shoes! (Do you know what the little man is saying?  I picture "AHH. Godzilla!". But I might be wrong Wink


The katakana says "Gojira". "Ah! Godzilla" would be written: あ!ゴジラ!
Exclamation points are my preference.
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6  Re: Show us your Photoshop and PSP art!!! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by Mickele on: September 11, 2006 10:47:37 AM
This is some of the work I've done with Photoshop





I like my puffs.
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7  Re: July 2006 Birthday Swap GALLERY!! in The Swap Gallery by Mickele on: August 09, 2006 06:32:39 AM
This is the purse I made using the kit from Hoxierice





I love it.
*huggles*
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8  Many Things (img heavy) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Mickele on: August 02, 2006 02:18:16 PM
Well, I've never actually posted up any of my projects, because my digicam is really old and ... crappy. But I decided that I would use it anyway and post up the different things I've made.

This is the first full sized purse I've ever made. I made the outer using a somewhat thick fabric I bought in the Garment District, and the lining is a soft pink fabric my boyfriend mailed to me. I made it using the slouchy hobo bag tutorial, but the inside isn't made with the pleats (or what ever they are...)


The fabric started out really stiff and hard, but after I used it a few times it's turned out to be very soft.

This purse I made using a sewing kit sent to me by hoxierice for the July Birthday swap. I love the outer fabric, and the bag is so soft.



This is a bookbag I've made for my sister. It's outer is a very heavy fabric I got from Jo-Anns, and I'm not sure what the lining is. She wanted a Tinkerbell applique. There's a pocket under the flap.



The next three pouches I made using the lined zippered bag tutorial, all with a 3" zipper. The last olive striped one has a ribbon loop, and it's my favorite.








These two stuffies were my first and second stuffies I've ever made. The second was my first try at embroidery. I like them.


This is the first dress I've made using a pattern, and I'm really happy with the outcome. I had to alter it a bit, because the dress pattern seems to be made for a woman with a MUCH larger bust than I do.



There now. I started sewing about 6 months ago, and I really enjoy doing it. Thanks for looking!
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