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1  Re: Transfer Using Goo Gone and Photocopies??? in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Discussion and Questions by laura99 on: October 13, 2005 06:09:59 PM
Well I don't know where or How to start... I'm experimenting, with the Transfer Goop.


Ok that was my 1st attempt, far away from perfection.

Here's the 2nd attempt, very happy about the pic, not too clear and glossy as the directions said but I'm happy, by the way you can see the tag  of the product  I'm using. Is not clear enough but the transfer is supposedly cured in the paper.


Next I cut it, got rid of the  paper you can see in the 1st pic little rolls of it, so now I have a transparent plastic with the image of my daughter's cat.
Everything sound good right? NOPE not right
Here is the problem, HOW CAN I ADHERE THE PLASTIC THINGY TO FABRIC?Huh
I follow the indications and was the recipe for a perfect mess. This is what I was trying to do: Glue the pic or transfer to my FIRST reconstructed or deconstructed cargo pants (used 2 of them) in..........a CARGO BAG!!!! my 1st craftster craft!! need to finish it , but ok that's not the point. Grin
I messed the transfer and the bag Cry Cry Cry
Here's a visual of my idea, cant see the mess, cant see the pic. I swear the pic is not that glossy and looked original/nice in the cargo bag (damn flash).

Any way I'm trying to get rid of plastic or glue from the bag, and the "ink" from the transfer parts are gone. I know I need to try again.



Just wanted to vent, AND I DID!!! Grin Grin Grin
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2  Re: Cardi-Wrap or Cardi-Shawl in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by laura99 on: October 07, 2005 01:01:13 PM
Here is another pic
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3  Cardi-Wrap or Cardi-Shawl in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by laura99 on: October 07, 2005 12:50:10 PM
I welcome myself because I'm a newbie in here, I'm soooooooooooo happy!!!!
Anyway, need your help. I already post same question in the knitting room, but will make my life easier if someone has a pattern for this:

Just think about it! We can be warm, look nice and at the same time hide those extra calories? curves? from everywhere Angry, that's why I'm in love with the Cardi wrap, but can't find at least something similar to start a pattern. (sleeves will not be a problem).
If someone need more pics, I can post them. Just let me know.
TIA
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4  Re: ideas for a lace wrap/cardi/shrug, anyone ? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by laura99 on: October 07, 2005 12:34:35 PM
Now that we are in the cardi-shrug theme, can someone help me? I tried for long time to find a pattern for the Cardi-Shawl or Cardi-Wrap. I know I can find them on ebay (fair prices) but I want my Cardi-Shawl to have honor, dignity because I MADE IT!!! The pattern can be for sewing or for Knitting.
Hope you can see the pic, I dont know how to make it bigger. Im a newbie.

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