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1  Re: Animal Rocks in Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects by phoebe0506 on: July 26, 2004 12:37:14 AM
 *Gasp* I made a peguin when I was, like, a freshman in high school!!!! I must go find it and take a picture! BRB... Ok, picture time!

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2  Re: Vintage Simplicity 6408 in Sewing Pattern Reviews by phoebe0506 on: June 10, 2004 10:25:41 PM
Interesting. Well, I swear it's 6408, and here's the picture to prove it!

Well, the pictures are kind of small, but hopefully you can see them.

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3  Vintage Simplicity 6408 in Sewing Pattern Reviews by phoebe0506 on: June 05, 2004 07:02:20 PM
 My mom has a billion patterns from her sewing heyday that I decided to steal. I call this one my new "skipping through a field of daisies with a cute boy" dress. It overall was a very simple pattern once I figured out how to make gathers. The tie in the back was sooooo hard though, but that's because I'm not the greatest seamstress yet.

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4  Re: Spanky Pants Pattern in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by phoebe0506 on: June 05, 2004 06:57:01 PM
 All right, I know everyone (ha!) has been waiting for ever to see the finished spanky pants product. Well, guess what, folks... THEY'RE DONE!!! Without further ado, here they are.

The front...

The back...

So what does everyone think? Please be nice, my evil mother told me I should have photoshopped my butt to make it smaller. The shorts are kind of floppy in the butt, too. I know, I couldn't help it. There was too much time between start and finish of the project and I lost weight. Plus, there was so much changing of the actual pattern that I never could get it quite right. By the way, I used the pattern that cherriesrockmysox suggested. Now I have to figure out a place these would be appropriate...

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5  Re:Necktie Skirt!! (Pics + Tutorial) in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by phoebe0506 on: April 13, 2004 02:42:03 PM
 All right. I was inspired to finish my skirt with out my mom's help. Here it is...

I attempted butt darts because my booty is disproportionate to my little waist. It didn't work out as you can see from the picture below.

And finally this was an attempt at a button/zipper/waistband thing. It's not too bad, I'm just not a very good seamstress.

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6  Re:T-shirt Halter with EVIL BROCCOLI!!! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by phoebe0506 on: April 07, 2004 10:22:40 PM
 Ok, girls (possibly guys), this should work. Hopefully pictures can finally be seen!

Whoa, the pictures are kind of ginormous. Sorry about that. I had resized them I thought... Anyway, there you have it, EVIL BROCCOLI!
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