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1  Re: 2006 Completed Costumes Scrapbook! (completed project pictures & links go here!) in Halloween Costumes by sparkle_moxie on: October 30, 2006 09:44:36 AM
The Mad Hatter and Alice:


And because I loved my butterflies:


A little bit on how I made the top hat is here:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=129081.0
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2  The Mad Hatter's Top Hat EDITED to add pics of whole costume in Halloween Costumes by sparkle_moxie on: October 24, 2006 10:36:28 AM
My husband wants to be the Mad Hatter for Halloween, so we're making his entire costume pretty much from scrap.  We went to a costume shop downtown and found a cheap top hat that fit him.  Here's the before



I took some of those sheets of craft foam and made the crown taller and wider, then glued it onto the base of the hat.  I covered the whole thing with three by three squares of the same plaid we're using to make the pants, and added the ribbon band and card.



I really like this part.



Ok, so here's the whole costume:



The only thing we didn't make on his were the shirt and the shoes.  On mine we bought the shirt, but stenciled a skull and flowers on the shoulder with freezer paper.

And because I really liked my butterflies:



Happy Halloween, everyone!
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3  Knitted color theory project in Knitting: Completed Projects by sparkle_moxie on: May 13, 2006 06:38:59 PM
This last semester I took a color theory class.  From the beginning of the semester, I knew I wanted to knit a project, so I decided to knit the Four Elements.

From top to bottom, its air (crochet and knit), fire (knit in short rows), earth (started from one block and stitches were picked up at different angles, knit and crochet), and water (feather and fan).  I'm really happy with the way it turned out, but I do need to fix the structure, I know it could be better.
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