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11  Re: PDF Cloak pattern in Sewing Pattern Reviews by HeathenPeddler on: October 29, 2006 04:29:42 AM


My little girl took these on her phone for me Smiley Yeah, I know it needs ironing Tongue and a few alterations (when I get ahold of my sister again) but for the first ever thing I made (bar the sewing, I did the pattern and cutting out, my sis sewed it as she has the machine) I like it.
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12  Have an image I want to silkscreen in Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions by HeathenPeddler on: October 26, 2006 08:34:52 PM


I don't have any real experience with silkscreening at all, I've done stencils but I don't think I can do this as a stencil, it's too detailed. Anyone give me a hint as to how I can do this without all the fancy gear?
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13  Re: Silkscreening on leather? in Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions by HeathenPeddler on: October 26, 2006 08:00:50 AM
You know, it's funny that they say you need solvent-based inks. The ones Tandy Leather stock for use on leather are basically standard water-based acrylics. I've used them loasd of times on leather, they just need to be sealed with something like Tandys SuperShene



That is in acrylics on veg-tan leather, sealed with supershene, so I don't really see what the problem would be with silkscreening on leather. Just be sure to seal it.
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14  3 new stencilled tees in Stenciling: Completed Projects by HeathenPeddler on: October 23, 2006 02:45:57 PM

The colour didn't come out right - it's cream/pearl white (darn phone cam Tongue ), a labrador against the moon for my lady. Bit blurred on the edge unfortunately Sad




These 2 did come out well though Cheesy 2 different representations of Mjllnir, Thors Hammer

Wassail!
HP
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15  Suede Belt Pouch in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by HeathenPeddler on: October 23, 2006 09:16:18 AM
Here's my latest belt pouch. I fancied doing a different shape and thought I'd try something pointy Smiley

Me with the pouch on my belt


The pouch from the front


And lastly from the back Smiley


Wassail!
HP
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16  Re: I've figured out the best way to stencil EVER. A must read. (tutorial and pics) in Stenciling: Completed Projects by HeathenPeddler on: October 23, 2006 09:11:27 AM


That's the shirt Cheesy Not bad for a frist attempt!
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17  Re: I've figured out the best way to stencil EVER. A must read. (tutorial and pics) in Stenciling: Completed Projects by HeathenPeddler on: October 22, 2006 03:20:47 PM
Well, I just tried this with bog-standard acryllic paint - it's 11pm here so a bit late to go shopping lol! I've done the main pic from my logo:

That's The Heathen Peddler Cheesy

I reduced it to a 2-colour image and cut out the moon. I'll post pics of it tomorrow, my phone cam is not up to much at night Smiley

Wassail!
HP
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18  Re: Looking for a pattern in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by HeathenPeddler on: October 21, 2006 06:38:33 PM
 Cheesy Will do! Don't think I cut that figure -

 and no way will you catch me in a kilt Tongue but I really want to make this.
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19  Looking for a pattern in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by HeathenPeddler on: October 21, 2006 05:21:26 PM
For this:


I really like the look of that waistcoat, has anyone seen a pattern like this? I'm thinking medium wieght suede, maybe some embroidered knotwork on the shoulders, but I have never even attempted something like this and have no idea where to look Smiley
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20  Belt pouch based on a Culloden sporran pattern in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by HeathenPeddler on: October 21, 2006 04:35:16 PM




This was my first attempt at this pattern, it was given to me in pdf format. I chose a terracotta suede for it which I think looks great and used a real horn toggle. The flap is edged with leather thonging done in double-loop lacing style and the thong which gathers the top of the bag goes through the flap and around the toggle to hold it closed.

I like this design, I made a few mistakes on this one which is why the belt loop is riveted on - the pattern has it built into the flap which extends halfway down the back of the bag, it's made from 2 pieces glued and sewn together so is very strong.

What do you think?

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