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1  Re: Post Photos of Your Tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by runyerpockets77 on: May 13, 2008 12:19:24 PM
My pieces healed...heh.

This one is all ugly and rejected and stuff. (I can post the nasty pics too if anyone wants to see em, haha)



And my feets.

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2  Re: Tattoo Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by runyerpockets77 on: May 05, 2008 01:12:39 PM
My stuff from Zay73!

A lovely embroidered Hanky with my initials.  I absolutely adore it!  And the colors are actually Red and Blue on the Sparrow, theyre not that washed out!



A tatted up picture of St. Francis!  It now hangs over my bed...(Sorry theyre sideways!




And a pair of Tattoo Lover Earrings!  I adore the little hearts in lover!



Thank you so much!
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3  Re: Tattoo Swap (Signup 03/13/08-03/25/08; Sendouts by 04/25/08) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by runyerpockets77 on: March 13, 2008 05:31:49 PM
I'm so excited, but so worried!  Gah!  Here are my lil pieces (both pics taken while they were healing...I'll take pics of em healed when I get around to it!)...

My first 2, Horsey Shoes!



And my latest (from December) sorry its so ugly, it rejected and this is my only picture of it...

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4  The Rainbow Houndstooth Swing Skirt. in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by runyerpockets77 on: November 12, 2007 12:30:23 AM
When I saw this fabric I fell in love and had no idea what I was gonna do with it.  So I bought a couple yards (and plan on buying a LOT more cos I do Love it) and made this sweet circle skirt.

The hem is kinda wonky cos I cant iron the fabric (its upholstery fabric and when I attempted to iron it it just turned brown...).  Its got a side zipper that is electric blue to match the blue of the skirt and has an extended tab reaching to the front where its held down with a skull button.

The button and the true picture of the colors...



The full thing



And more of the top to show tab.

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5  I made a Wallet! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by runyerpockets77 on: September 27, 2007 05:52:25 AM
So my boyfriend hasn't had a good wallet in a while (lost his good one, went back to an old one that has come up missing) so I decided to make him one.  He wanted Jerry only on it & it to say "YOU'RE BROKE!" (cos he always is).  So here it is, the Jerry Only You're Broke Wallet.

The front where the opening is...



The Back/Jerry Only Side...



The inside flap (this was to waste space...)



And the interior with ID pocket.  The background is this skull & bat design I found on google.



I actually wanna make myself one of these now, it was so easy...(besides the gunking up of my needles from the velcro glue)  So what do you think?
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6  Re: Show Off Your Hair! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by runyerpockets77 on: July 01, 2007 11:36:42 PM
I wanted a change since my roots were growing out & looked terrible so I put burgundy over them which just made my roots purple and my blonde this greyish brown as seen here.  The brown is more toward the bottom of the pic, with that greenish color in it.  ugh my hair is a mess...



I then went and bougth Lucious Rasberries and it turned my brown hair PINK!



I really like it and since I dont have to get a job its great.  The color just runs a lot so I'm trying to not wash my hair as much as I did...thus that terrible picture...I just love the color.  And I didn't need to bleach it, it just covered all the brown!  The bangs and some hair in the front sideburn area is still black cos I separated it but thats just the style I like.
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7  My first attempt at machine embroidery in Machine Embroidery: Completed Projects by runyerpockets77 on: June 14, 2007 04:31:10 PM
I got the pattern from a Sublime Stitching kit (Day of the Dead) and just copied it and sewed straight onto the paper and into my fabric.  I really don't like it but everyones gotta start somewhere.

This is the final stitching.  Its on some safety green t-shirt material I had left over.  The outline, eyes, nose, and mouth are all black, the rest is a deep red color.



I added jewels for effect.



I think I'm gonna sew it onto a onesy for my friends daughter.

Any tips for the next time I do this?
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8  Reversible nautical/zebra tote. in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by runyerpockets77 on: June 14, 2007 04:27:07 PM
Instead of sleeping last night I made this awesome bag to carry all my summer things.  Its pretty much huge.  And since I did it on a whim it doesn't have interfacing but I substituted the clear vinyl off of an old binder to give it some stiffness.  And you can change the straps (it is currently using some old bondage straps off a pair of old pants).

This was going to be the inside but once it was done I loved it more than the original outside so I think this is how I'll usually carry it.



Full length



The zebra patches are pockets that have those adorable little knots and peepholes at the top.

This is the reversible inside.



I kind winged that pocket and scrunched it up with a ribbon.  It sticks out really far but will be great to keep track of my lipstick, keys, and phone when I'm out.

This thing took about 6 hours and I still have to make it some straps, but I think it was well worth it.
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9  I'm a little bit country... in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by runyerpockets77 on: June 12, 2007 12:41:55 PM
But still Rock N Roll.

A while back my cousins gave me some button up shirts that I will never wear.  They're from American Eagle though so I didn't wanna give them up.  I decided to start adding western yokes to them!  Its not hard and now they will actually be worn.

Here is my first.

The fabric, Blue shirt & a lighter blue (its not as light as it looks in the picture) floral fabric.


Sorta front shot (you get the idea and the yoke is on both sides)


And the back.


I'm thinking of putting the lighter fabric around the top of the pocket and the cuffs later on.  I bought half a yard of the floral and still have a ton of it.

Thanks for looking!
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10  Bad Ass Skirts for Bad Ass Girls in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by runyerpockets77 on: May 29, 2007 10:52:32 PM
I love Pencil Skirts, but who doesn't.  So when I found out how utterly expensive they can be (and sometimes so bland!) I decided to start making em.  So, here are my first two.

The first is just plain red with a zipper closure and a zipper for the bottom slit.  It fits great, I love it.



Now, with the confidence from my first skirt I ended up making this one today.  I love love love the fabric but I swear I tore it apart and remade it at least six times.  By far the most frustrating project I've ever worked on.  I still wanna make the bottom tighter like the first skirt.  It also has a zipper closure & a zipper for a bottom slit.



And a close up of the fabric & my lumpyness



And yes I use the same pose for all craftster photos.
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