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1  *Old T-shirts to Strawberry Skirt* in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Lilitha on: November 05, 2004 10:26:59 AM

I've made this during the summer time, but I didn't post anything because my computer was only functioning half the time. I know the photos aren't that clear, but enjoy them never the less. The yellow part of the skirt is made from a very very old volley ball t-shirt handed down to me. The waist band is made from an old green t-shirt and the strawberries and the leaves are made from t-shirt scraps that I have cut and hand sewn on. There are also beading done for the seeds and the vines of the strawberries. I've sewn some mesh-like material for the ruffles, also from an old jersey kind of t-shirt. Nothing else really to say, except it was one of my first t-shirt alteration that I've done. o^_^o

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2  Re:Falls (fake hair...yay!) in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by Lilitha on: April 02, 2004 08:48:25 PM
These are old pics of me...but I'm wearing my falls here.. the corset-shirt was also altered by me... I don't remember the brand of hair I used here...I think it was called something like jumbo hair and it costed me $6 cdn... the hair itself was very frizzy... which made life easier since the dreads kinda stick together and doesn't require heat setting... this type of hair will not straighten even under boiling water... it will straighten a little but not much...

Currently right now I'm working on a synth red dread wig... the materials I'm using is this type of yarn... it looks flat-ish and is long fine strands of synth fiber twisted together..... these are originally used for knitting/crocheting those slippers and bags and what not... but I like how easily they fluff up and stay together as dreads...

*Note*oh yea I found out what they're called now... slippers and crafting yarn and I fixed all those stupid words...I tend to type in the wrong words when I'm tired...
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