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1  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / PacMan Ghost-esque Beanie on: December 04, 2012 06:41:11 AM
Didnt quite plan the outcome, but I like the result nonetheless Smiley




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2  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / COOCHIE CROCHET! Advisory: Prissy Missies need not open! on: December 03, 2012 09:30:34 AM
I just started crocheting recently (not even two weeks). I've made mainly hats, some animals, and some boobs, and a peter lol. I searched online for a vaj or vulva crochet but couldnt find one to my liking soooooo, I created my own. Yayyyyy me! It's the prefect size for a keychain.


I think I did pretty good for coming up with the design. Comments and critiques welcomed!
 
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3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Twist, Tuck, Bubble-licious. on: May 18, 2011 08:54:10 PM
Im in love with bubble skirts and dresses ATM, but my attention span is short and I get bored easily :p
Here is what I came up with. Smiley (finishing touches pending)


4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / VERY VERY simple Two-Shirt Dress on: May 24, 2010 02:49:36 PM
The idea for this dress is not my own....it was taken from user on youtube whom I simply can't remember right now (sorry)

This dress is one of the simplest dresses that I have made (next to the infinity dress) It consists of two large shirts. The ones I used was a very stretchy rayon type for the bottom portion and a long sleeved tee (I cut of the sleeves) for the top.

















For those that may be curious...here is a short tutorial


Take two shirts...I recommend tshirts or either shirts that stretch a little




The shirts are going to be placed one inside the other. The outside shirt should be inside out. The shirt that you place on the inside should be right side out. (That way, both shirts will have the right sides facing each other.) Pin the shirts together around the collar.





The inside shirt, which was the gray one in my case is going to be the skirt of the dress. To form the pockets for the skirt, just sew up the sleeve ends.




After you finish sewing the sleeves that form the pockets, what you will need to do is sew the shirts together at the neck. Some of you may need to cut off the collars of the shirt, but in this case I didn't need to. I wanted a snug fit under my boobs...that's why I didnt cut off the collars.




After this...YOU ARE FINISHED! All you have to do now is turn the outside shirt right side out and you've got a "brand new" dress   Grin





(Note: The bottom of the outside shirt will form the neck of your dress)


5  CLOTHING / Shoes: Completed Projects / BOOTS?......Why not! on: January 11, 2010 05:26:29 AM
I'm loving sweater boots right now so I took this little number






and turned it into these....









Not quite finished yet, but I got so excited that I decided to post my "work in progress" anyhow.

Any suggestions on what I should do with them next would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks for looking!
6  CLOTHING / Shoes: Completed Projects / Tried my hand at a lil boot-makin' on: December 31, 2009 10:58:55 PM
Tried the tutorial...(well, actually I skimmed over it) and came up with these as a rough draft.

Shoes




Material




Outcome







Next time, I will make sure I use sturdier material.

7  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing Machines: Discussion and Questions / SERGER?.....I NEED SOME ADVICE/HELP! on: August 18, 2009 02:57:10 PM
Can anyone recommend a quality serger to me. The only thing that I can think of that I need it to do is cutting off the excess fabric....don't know what you call that, but I think you catch my drift. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Oh yeah, I'm on a budget also, so any good machines out there for $150 or less?

Thanks in advance!
8  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / MICHAEL....*link to memorial book added* pg. 3 on: July 01, 2009 09:18:33 PM
I love Michael

Number Ones album


Don't know if you can see it or not, but there is glitter (glue) on the shirt for the socks.



9  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / I'm not even the dress "type" on: July 01, 2009 08:22:06 PM
I am pretty much a pants kind of woman, but there was an old school party that I wanted to go to, and I didn't have any clean laundry.....so I made this  (Look past the pot belly...I likes to eat  Cheesy)

On my form

(daughter in the background)

On me



Lady Long






Slut Short


10  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / I'm inspired! on: June 26, 2009 04:36:44 PM
I've been inspired recently to start making my own clothes again and this is where I started. I used a plaid material for the outside, and my favorite color, purple for the inside.

Inspiration



Buttons


Materials



Finished Product





My headlights are on.....hehehe





Thanks for looking!
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