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91  My First and Second Attempts at Stenciling in Stenciling: Completed Projects by racehorse87 on: October 16, 2005 05:01:35 PM
First Attempt

Inspired by all the gorgeous stenciling projects on here, and guided by http://www.livejournal.com/community/diy_tutorials/60999.html#cutid1, I set out to stencil a shirt for a friend's birthday.

His favourite word at camp was "Testify!", so I thought I'd immortalize it  Wink

Front:


Back:


He loved it, and I had my friend take a picture with it on ... but she hasn't sent it to me.

Second Attempt

Emboldened by my success, I set out to make a lovely new shirt out of ugly things I had lying around.

Front view:


Modeling it!


The rest of that outfit and a couple of others is viewable at http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=58628.0
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92  My First Attempt at a Standard Pop Tab Belt!! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by racehorse87 on: October 16, 2005 03:54:09 PM
One of my mom's friends made one of these as a gift, and I absolutely loved it. So I decided to make one myself. Seeing as it was my first try, it's pretty streamlined.

2 Black cords (around 1.8 m each)
About 4 pop tabs per inch.

My favourite side:


The less interesting side:


On me!


I'm now in the process of making a pink one ... maybe with beads, we'll see.  Grin
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93  Re: Earth/ Air/ Fire/ Water Costumes in Halloween Costumes by racehorse87 on: October 15, 2005 05:12:18 PM
You could be fairies themed as such, rather than being actual water or earth or whatnot.

I love this picture. Maybe it can help with makeup.  Wink

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94  Re: My God I Have A Lot to Finish... Craftalong in Craftalongs by racehorse87 on: October 15, 2005 11:46:42 AM
I finished the skirt for my costume!  Grin

It looks a bit like the skirt from this dress:

Except mine isn't quite as full (I was running out of fabric), and only has three ruffles.  Cheesy

EDIT: I now have a piccy of my skirt.  Grin
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95  Re: CD Necklace in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by racehorse87 on: September 12, 2005 07:43:27 PM
I saw this and just had to try it. I made some earrings with the microwave method (no pic yet, sorry), and a necklace with the oven method.  Grin

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96  (Another) Messenger Bag with Detachable Lace Flower in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by racehorse87 on: September 12, 2005 01:28:53 PM
This is the first bag I've made. I followed the instructions in http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=2038.0 for the basic bag concept, and kind of just winged the rest. It turned out a little flimsier than I would have liked, so I plan to use interfacing next time. It has a tie closure through two grommets in the front panel.

It was for a friend's birthday. I bet you can't guess what her name is.  Tongue



Inside Panel


Lining



This is a flower brooch that I made out of lace that can be worn either on the bag, or as a brooch as seen fit. The detail is really crummy, but it is about the size it is in the picture.
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97  Dying Knee Sock --> Arm/Elbow warmer in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by racehorse87 on: September 12, 2005 01:22:36 PM
My knee sock was dying, but I love it too much to let it go. Thus I decided to make an arm warmer. It was a little big for my wrist, and I didn't like the way it bunched up when I hemmed it, so I laced a ribbon around and tied it in a bow.  Grin

It was still a little big for my wrist, so I decided to wear it higher up on my arm than conventionally done (as far as I know).

Hope you like it!





One of these days I'm going to try some fray check on it to make sure it doesn't undo all my work.
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98  My take on lace up sleeves in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by racehorse87 on: September 07, 2005 07:10:14 PM
My version of lace up sleeves, as inspired by IceLongV14's post http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=39913.0

I discovered (during creation of course), that the fabric I used is stiffer and so wouldn't hang the same way. Plus, I had made it too short. Thus came the inspiration to add the second, lacy-er layer. Woot!

Without furthur ado ... the sleeve (note: there are two of them, I just couldn't manage to photograph both myself  Grin) :

Full View



Lacing Detail



Unlaced on the Floor


I also have a pic of the back if anyone really wants to see it.  Cheesy
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99  First Post: My joyful experience in the beading world (image heavy) in Beads: Completed Projects by racehorse87 on: August 22, 2005 11:25:58 AM
This past year I've re-delved into the beading world, and thus is a sampling of the results:


Math loom bracelet made for my friend's birthday



Red and black woven bracelet



Double daisy chain bracelet



Loopy loom bracelet


There are more pics at http://community.webshots.com/user/racehorse88 if you'd like to see!
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