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1  Whale of a... tshirt. in Needlework: Completed Projects by mackymoo on: March 17, 2008 11:44:32 AM
Although I did not have that much time over spring break for crafting, I was able to add a cute detail to a plain tshirt I had. I just sketched out the design on paper and freehanded it onto the shirt. I think it turned okay, although I can't decide if the whale is too rectangular or not. Or if it is too small in relation to the shirt. What do you guys think?





There's a little more about it on my blog.
http://mackythegoosegirl.blogspot.com
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2  My (slightly smaller) Lady Eleanor! in Knitting: Completed Projects by mackymoo on: March 11, 2007 09:47:37 PM
I just finished my own Lady E. over spring break and I have to say that this has been my most favoritest project ever ever ever. Everyone should make one.

I used six skeins of Noro Kureyon. I made it with only 4 base triangles instead of seven to make sure it was long enough with only six skeins.

A few pictures, more at my newly redone blog!
http://mackythegoosegirl.blogspot.com/



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3  Re: Razor cami knitalong? in Knitalongs by mackymoo on: August 17, 2006 10:30:39 AM
Here's my progress. I've got almost thirteen inches. I'm worried it might be too small though. I had to go down to a very small sized needle to get the gauge right, so we'll see. And I'm using acrylic yarn (stashbusting) so I don't think it stretches very well. Also the color of the blue in the picture is way off, it's definitely a dark blue.



Fortune_32, I love the color of yours!
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4  Re: Socks questions in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by mackymoo on: June 23, 2006 07:11:36 PM
Heh wow my thread came alive again. I had kind of forgotten about it.

Well yes I did finish the socks. They went pretty well actually. Here is a picture of me wearing one. I finished these in March sometime I think. And I don't actually have any pictures of boy wearing them, he liked them though, I think.


And here is a post I made about knitting them.

http://mackythegoosegirl.blogspot.com/2006/02/socks-are-definitely-coming-along.html

Dpns aren't so bad. And I really like knitting socks because by the time you're about to get bored of something you're done with it and can do something else. I also knitted some baby socks for a friend of mine who was pregnant. Knitting something that small on dpns can be hard though.

I have yet to try socks with patterns other than basic 2x2 ribbing though. That's on the list somewhere.

Everyone on this board has been sooo helpful though.
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5  Re: Dream Swatch Head Wrap by Knit & Tonic KAL in Knitalongs by mackymoo on: June 14, 2006 01:19:23 PM
Here's my progress so far.






I don't know if you can tell on the last picture, but the first crossover thingy I only wrapped around three times, the rest are all four.

I'm happy with it so far, even if it is a little thick. I want to see other people's!
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6  dinosaurs and whales oh my! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by mackymoo on: March 03, 2006 02:41:57 PM
So I was inspired by the cool stuff on craftster and a shirt from Delias, so my sister and I decided to add animals to some our own shirts that needs sprucing up.

I like dinosaurs. I just found a good profile pic of a t-rex on google and printed it off. Then I cut out the dino and used it as a stencil to cut out some red felt I had around. I handstitched it on, I don't really know how to sew things by hand so I just made it up.


Just the position on shirt. Sorry for the lack of light.


My sister did most of this one. I copied the whales directly from the Delias shirt and just fiddled with them until the were the right size to make stencils. She sewed them on herself. I think she's planning on putting a heart above the whales out of some pink fabric that looks a lot like the blue fabric.





I think they turned out pretty nice for our first time adding details. What do you guys think?
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7  My first skirt! (bet you get that all the time) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by mackymoo on: January 25, 2006 04:55:21 PM
So I've been inspired by all you cool people at craftster and I wanted to try my hand at sewing. Also I had to make something for home ec. And here is the result:



detail


Ignore the dirty mirror and the crazy boots and the bad quality and the general messiness.

The pattern is from Simplicity, and everything is from Walmart. Yeah I know, but the fabric was 75 cents a yard. I'm pretty pleased with the result, for my first time. The bottom was a bit frustrating just because it was so long and round. And the bobbin ran out halfway through the last hem and I didn't realize it, so I thought I was done... Eh heh.
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