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81  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / t shirt idea on: May 06, 2006 03:28:05 AM
my sister came up with a really cool graphic that she wanted on a tshirt. I've tried my hand at stenciling and dont really like the results. I haven't really gotten into screenprinting so i was stumped at how to get it onto a tshirt, and then..... cafepress! i was reading someone's thread about artwork and how they were using cafepress to sell it on journals. Anyways, my sister is in love with this graphic and i think its cute, i just wanted to get some feedback on it and also to see if anyone out there has has any success with cafe press.

http://www.cafepress.com/superstitchious.56849845
82  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / i really need help with photoshop on: April 28, 2006 02:51:50 AM
i am trying to create a logo for my site, and i have three images i want to be on the logo, a background, text, and a picture, i put the background and the text together in paint, and now i'm trying to add a picture, i need the picture to have a transparent background so that my text and background show through. I also want to be able to move things around and try different layouts. Does anyone know of a photoshop tutorial that would explain this. I'm assuming i need to use layers but i have no idea how to. Anyone with any ideas would be much appreciated.
83  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Sports and sewing, my hobbies collide on: April 24, 2006 11:33:13 PM
So i have this awesome Texas rangers shirt but i've never been able to wear it, i bought it while not paying attention because when i got home it was a child's large instead of an adult large, i didn't want to return it because i love the shirt, so my original plan was to make tshirt underware out of it, well i didn't want to accidentally ruin my favorite shirt, so instead i made something that i knew i could make, a wallet! The pattern for this wallet was inspired by one that i saw floating around craftster somewhere.

so here it is!


this is the inside, it has four cc slots, cash slot, large zippered pocket, and checkbook holder


here is a view of the full graphic i cut off the tshirt (go rangers)


and here is a side view, all folded up
84  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / not your grandma's doily on: April 12, 2006 09:09:44 PM
I am a frequent crocheter but i hadn't ever worked with crochet thread and a tiny needle. I found a cute doily pattern, i believe its called "petite pineapples", and had some fun with this today. I was thinking about making a few of these and putting them in frrames with cute mats and making art for my walls!

anyways here it is, my first doily


the color never comes out perfect on these photos, but its a bright, pretty pink, not mauve
85  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / if only i liked going to class as much as i like making book bags on: April 06, 2006 03:08:35 PM
This is my fun new book bag i just made, but haven't gotten to show off yet because i skipped the last two days of classes, oops  Embarrassed  anyways, i have such a project addiction that everytime i get new fun fabric i have to make something, here's my latest project.


that shows the front  which has two large pockets made out of the floral print


a different angle


and this is the inside where i made the three pockets to carry my essential school supplies, cell, wallet, and keys!

if anybody is interested in the fabrics they are alexander henry 100% cotton quilting prints picked up at my local quilt store
86  QUILTING / Quilting: Discussion and Questions / help with my log cabin quilt on: March 29, 2006 06:37:22 AM
i'm working on a log cabin quilt for my mom and dad. i need help figuring out a quilting pattern for it. This quilt is going to be huge, about 115x115 inches, for their king size bed. All of my other quilts have been a more manageable size and i quilted them myself on my home machine, but for this one i am going to have it done professionally. Does anyone know how a log cabin is traditionally quilted or what would look cool. The log cabin pattern i am doing is barn raising. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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