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11  Chevron Lace Wrap in Crochet: Completed Projects by fatewineroses on: June 04, 2015 09:24:56 PM
Nothing fancy or anything. I made a million mistakes; but luckily it is a super forgiving pattern with this particular yarn.

Made with the free Chevron Lace Wrap pattern from the Moggly blog, using Red Heart Unforgettable in Stained Glass. Made for a friend's birthday and I don't want can't wait to give it to her! Super soft and just way more gorgeous in person. Pattern is easy as pie.

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12  Re: Ongoing ATC Swap - May 2015 Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by fatewineroses on: May 27, 2015 08:25:33 AM
I was trying to post pictures last night; but my iPad does not like posting on Craftster!  Huh Roll Eyes

A couple nights ago, I received two envelopes. Both of them gave me much joy. My boyfriend was even impressed. Opening them was quite the production. He made me wait so we could look at them together. I tell you, he's really getting into this crafting swap stuff!  Cheesy

elliot_anne claimed me for a "Pinterest inspired" card. She settled on making a functional ATC based on one of my pins. What she didn't realize was that it was a Christmas ornament that I designed several years ago! I'm always amazed at the crossing of minds when we do swaps. Shocked While I designed this ornament several years ago..for a Craftster swap...I have made several since then for family and friends; but never got around to making myself one. It made me grin ear to ear when I saw this!

jenleahlynn claimed me for Avengers. Her and her daughter both made cards for me. Her daughter couldn't decide which character to make, so she drew both!

Love her Black Widow! Look at those guns! I really was impressed by the font though. She did a great job on that logo.

I really liked Captain America here. The halo of blue just makes the card! And the Zentangled Shield is awesome! It struck me.

Many thanks to the artists! Looking forward to receiving more cards!
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13  Re: Craft My Fandom Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by fatewineroses on: May 12, 2015 06:09:37 PM
I received last week from pinkdelia last week and I have been seriously lack in posting my loot. Many apologies. I received a nice Baymax shirt, a Tardis pincushion, a Harry Potter bag and a Stitch to attach to something.

Many thanks to pinkdelia!

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14  Doctor Who Coasters & felt sonic screwdriver (PIC HEAVY) in Needlework: Completed Projects by fatewineroses on: May 04, 2015 12:06:10 PM
For the Craft My Fandom swap I went (mostly) with my partner's Doctor Who theme.

I made some more felt coasters along the lines of the Harry Potter ones I made for my mom for Xmas. I think they turned out pretty good. At the last minute, to hold them, I had the inspiration to make a TARDIS to hold them all. I really liked the sparkly black felt I used for the inside.

My partner also asked for something kid-centric for her step-son, who is six. I decided a felt sonic screwdriver was in order. So I used a pencil as a base and sewed around it to create the screwdriver. If I ever decided to make another one, I would probably create and sew it flat, then just wrap it around and sew it on. It was difficult to sew around the pencil, so hiding my stitches wasn't so easy. So it's a bid cruder than I would have liked. I figured the six year old wouldn't see the flaws that I did. I still thought it was pretty cool. I had a hard time sending any of these items away.

The TARDIS holder

Peeking inside. This was a last minute addition. If I were to do it again, I would hide my stitches and make it firmer by adding another layer to the doors.

The coasters. Clockwise, that's Eleven, Ten, a Dalek and a friendly Adipose!

The whole kit and caboodle.

A "closed" version of Ten's Sonic Screwdriver. Pencil base covered in felt.

Close up of the "front" of the sonic screwdriver.

Close up of the "back end" of the sonic screwdriver.

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15  Harry Potter Felt Coasters in Needlework: Completed Projects by fatewineroses on: March 17, 2015 06:36:49 PM
Made these for my Mom for Christmas. Harry, Ron and Hermione designs were inspired from some pillows I saw on Pinterest. Luna is my own design.


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16  Woven blanket help in Needlework: Discussion and Questions by fatewineroses on: December 31, 2013 01:20:45 PM
Have a woven blanket that has a thread that popped out and is sticking out from the weave. Any tricks to fix it?
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17  Queen of Everything Crown in Needlework: Completed Projects by fatewineroses on: March 31, 2011 05:51:58 PM
A bit more than a year ago I started a new job and in the beginning I had a real rough patch with some other women on the floor.  My boss introduced me to Mona, who does admin work like me, but on the "other" coast. Since then she has been a mentor, inspiration and release valve.

I love how inspiration happens sometimes. After a conversation we had that morphed somehow into what would happen if we came into the office wearing a crown, (I admitted I would get questions, but would be left alone otherwise; while my friend boasted that no one would dare ask her why or comment on her wearing a crown to work.), came the thought to make her a crown. It bounced around in my head for a while and I toyed with several different ideas (mixed media, beads, office supplies) until I remembered a card a dear friend gave me many years ago. On the front it said, "You are the Queen of Everything." Perfect! Despite my interest in exploring other mediums, in the end I fell back on my first love..embroidery.

The crown is heavy cotton fabric painted with watercolors, embroidered onto felt to give it the stiffness it needed to stand on it's own. The design is my own and each symbol has it's own significance.

Front 1 - The crown reads "Queen of Everything" in the center, with a paperclip chain running across the bottom.  Here you can see the "rays" radiating from the center of the crown. For the energy that my friend puts off at work. I added some bi-cone crystals in light yellow and aurora clear to give it some "sparkle."

Front 2 - More of the "rays" and paperclip chain. The rays were embroidered onto a double layer of felt. It gives the front a bit of a "quilted" look and helps keep it standing tall. Yes. She *is* the queen of everything...on her coast. On my coast it's definitely my title. Wink

Side 1 - On this side you can see a hen perching on one paperclip, denoting her "mothering" attitude towards me, the butterflies floating above a symbol of her wonderful spirit. The CG emblem had to be there somewhere, as we both work for the CG and she is a CG spouse.

Side 2 - On this side I put the most common "rates" we work with and support.

Inside view - I picked the paisley cotton to back the crown with because of the rich colors and "regal" look to it.

Over the course of about two months I put in about 20 plus hours of work into this, including design and execution.

Mona comes into town next week and we finally get to meet in person for the first time. I can't wait to give her the crown!
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18  Monster Bulbs and Playing Around With Felt in Winter Holidays by fatewineroses on: December 14, 2010 10:00:35 AM
Two years ago I was blessed to join in a Christmas ornament swap and had so much fun designing my ornaments that I've made it a habit.

This year I did a quick private swap with one of my favorite people, spookshowbaby77! We've done several swaps over the past couple of years and I love making new things for her and know that I'll always get awesomeness in return!

I ended up designing two new ornaments this year, (another one made it to the cutwork phase but was never completed), and wanted to share.

Monster Christmas light bulb 1
I'm still not sure why this guy is pissed. I figured because either he got left off the string of lights this year, or because he doesn't want to be on the string of lights this year? Regardless, boy is he irked!

Monster Christmas light bulb 1
No matter how much I fiddled with this guy's face, he looked bored. I think that he was angry for so long his face froze like this and now he's just bored of being angry.

WIP - monster light bulbs in cutwork phase with their inspiration piece. I made this brooch last year and while perusing my material for ideas he caught my eye. I thought he'd make a great ornament!

I saw an ornament on flickr using *real* scrabble tiles and thought it would be cool to do a couple in felt. I have one in a baggie spelling out "peace" waiting to be sewn together and stuffed.

Ornaments from previous years:
House Ornament - 2008
Etch A Sketch Ornament - 2008
Barrel of Monkeys Ornament - 2009
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19  Ben 10 watch in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by fatewineroses on: July 31, 2010 04:34:02 PM
For a while, at the beginning of the year, I lived with my brother and family.  During that time my nephew, Kyle, got me hooked on the cartoon Ben 10.  He's a little kid that finds a watch that can turn him into different aliens. We're both a touch obsessed with it and watch it together on a regular basis. As a matter of a fact, they save them until I can come down and watch them with him and my brother. We're a bit of Ben 10 geeks and obsess over the tiniest details! LoL

So, I had the idea of making Ben's watch for him.  It's made completely of felt with a velcro closure and is 3D.

I gave it to him for his birthday this year and I'm told he wears it pretty regularly.

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20  Our Blythe of Guadalupe in Needlework: Completed Projects by fatewineroses on: July 31, 2010 03:16:38 PM
Good Lord I haven't been here in fo-evah! Last swap was Jan of this year and I've missed it! But...the trade off was getting a real job and making enough money to move back to the SF Bay Area. In the end, the trade off is worth the time away.

I realized though that I had been doing swaps here but haven't been posting my work over here to share once it is all done and over with. I love sharing over here as I enjoy seeing everyone else's work and hearing what others who do what I do think of my work.

I'm sharing a piece I did for a IYP swap here in December. spookshowbaby77 invited me to be her partner, of which I was eternally grateful. I have swapped several times with Kerry and have enjoyed each time. She's my all-time favorite swap partner.

I posted this on my Flickr, so the below is excerpted from that posting:

Embroidered piece of artwork done for craftster swap (IYP with spookshowbaby77). Crayon and watercolor tinted, hand embroidered. It's probably my first piece that wasn't mostly traced and then embroidered.

While the artwork is true to the original iconic painting, because I used Blythe's face as the base I had to completely rework the entire thing to look proportionate. I am not an "artist" so doing this is not my forte usually. Note: My brother reworked the hands as I was having a dicken of a time reworking them to look "correct."

Kerry, my partner who is receiving this, loves dolls and had many on her "favorites" here on Flickr. She also had a couple of Lady of Guadalupe statues in her favorites as well, so as I was perusing all of her information to come up with an idea of what to do for this swap I had a flash of...well, I hope it was brilliance..because the idea came together perfectly at that moment.

If you look closely you might note that the angel below Blythe's feet was reworked slightly to make him look like Elvis. Sacreligious? Absolutely I'm sure.

The piece was sent to her as a raw piece of artwork for her to do what she wants with it. I hope she likes it as much as I do. :-)

IP pics

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