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1  Re: The Beginner's Top-Down Raglan (patt. incl.) in Knitalongs by metalpants on: May 04, 2008 01:45:10 PM
it took a while, but now this thing fits!  Grin
1 skein down, who knows how many more to go!





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2  Rachel the head in Completed Projects by metalpants on: February 29, 2008 07:51:51 PM
FIRST POST omg

Once upon a time, my friend Haija was drving with her dad, giving newspapers to the local buisness before they would open for the day. When they arrived at a dollar store, they glanced at the trashcan and saw this poor mannequin head, used for cosmotology classes. The thing looked so horrible that we had to wash the hair before figuring out what we were gonna do with it!



We named it Rachel; the name is written in sharpie on the back of her neck. Sharpie was also applied to other places, as you can see...
After a much needed washing, we scrubbed Rachel's forehead for like a hour to try and get the word HEAD off of her. It's not completly gone but it looks so much better. Than we used nail polish remover to take off the eye paint, she was blue-eyed, but now she's got green eyes. And we just took red paint and painted over the lips.
Oh yea, forgot to mention; Haija has a thing for piercings. So now Rachel has snakebites and a nose piercing...



WOOOO Rachel looks like a new woman...I mean mannequin



Haija and Rachel


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