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1  First EVER completed beanie! Christmas gift for boyfriend in Crochet: Completed Projects by happythermia on: December 04, 2005 03:47:37 AM
FINALLY after trying beanies for months...I finish, one lol. It's done in rounds so I need to fix the seam in the back so it's less noticeable...but I love the colors! All are Wool-Ease.

You never realize how bad you look at 3:30am until you take pictures of yourself...lol  Cheesy





I started a pattern, but it wasen't quite what I wanted so I winged it. I could get an exact pattern tomorrow if anyone wants it!  Smiley
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2  Do you think a beanie like this is possible? (with pic) in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by happythermia on: October 17, 2005 03:11:08 PM
I saw this beanie at billabongirls.com and I love it! But I'd love it even more if I made it haha  Grin

The site says it's knit, so I know I coulden't get the stitch to look the same, but I wonder if it's possible to be able to get that vertical-almost-swirl effect? I don't think it's possible, but I just thought I'd ask  Smiley

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3  Would hot glue melt 100% polyester? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by happythermia on: October 17, 2005 02:40:31 PM
This is my Halloween costume, even though I don't quite look that like that haha. Well they were out of my size, so I had to go a size up...needless to say it does look a little big. I pinned up the skirt, so it's a little shorter (I'm on the short side to begin with, so if I shorten it I still wont look like I'm playing peekaboo), and it looks a little better this way. See that yellow strip near the bottom of the skirt? That's a type of shiny/plastic/reflective material. So I was wondering if I could just pull that strip up a tad so some fabric is kinda folded under it, and the hot glue the top of the strip back to the dress? Or I could even use some super glue or E6000.

I figure that would be easiest since I'm only going to wear it 3 times max this year (different parties) so I don't care if it doesn't look to professional. I would just hem it a bit shorter, but I am planning on taking off a couple of inches, so it would greatly cut the bottom of the dress out of the picture.

Any suggestions/tips would be greatly appreciated  Grin


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