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1  Re: Animal Pyramid Ornaments in Winter Holidays by noelle on: December 24, 2016 07:31:14 AM
So are these like making the pyramid pouches, but instead of putting in a zipper you stuff them and sew them up?

I've never made a pyramid pouch, but it sounds the same!

My bad!  Can I still love him?

haha! absolutely!
i probably didn't do a good job of making the red-panda-ness obvious. they're tricksy  Cheesy

i did just finish a fox, though (plus polar bear & blue jay). my camera is being weird so all i have are bad phone pics for now...







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2  Animal Pyramid Ornaments in Winter Holidays by noelle on: December 18, 2016 11:08:30 AM
Here are some stuffed ornaments I made the last few years. A couple were for my niece & nephew, and the rest were for the Sweat Shoppe Ornament swap R6.
I have layouts/templates if anyone is interested.





Linen & broadcloth with black velvet noses.
The goldfish was by far the most complex.



I'm going to try a bluejay, red fox & polar bear next.
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3  Re: Inchie House Halloween Swap 3 in The Swap Gallery by noelle on: October 18, 2016 03:42:00 PM
i received a great inchie house from deadbathducky!
you can see a wee ghostie from the door (it's easier to see with the roof off)




i now have a complete set! thanks everybody!
i will definitely be making more inchie houses in the future  Smiley
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4  Re: Inchie House Halloween Swap 3 in The Swap Gallery by noelle on: October 14, 2016 02:05:36 PM
check out my adorable inchie house from WaveLight23478!
it has candy corn windows, a candy corn roof, and sparkly pumpkin vines growing everywhere.


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5  Re: OTT October Holidays 8 GALLERY in The Swap Gallery by noelle on: October 11, 2016 04:28:10 PM
i received from kartiana today!
she made me a beautiful double-sided TM-patch, with one side representing the harvest moon & dewy spiderweb...


... and the other side representing fall leaves changing colors.


thank you so much!  Smiley
i am trying not to have swap anxiety now
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6  Re: Inchie House Halloween Swap 3 in The Swap Gallery by noelle on: October 11, 2016 04:21:37 PM
i received from irid3sc3nt today! thank you!
she crafted a moss hut for my overgrown theme. her note says, "It's half weeds, half soil. Inside is a fire surrounded with unnamed things in glass jars on the shelving. Who lives here?"

just look at all the great details... the fire is dimensional, too. it's hard to see in the photo.



here is a picture with it properly assembled:
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7  Re: Inchie House Halloween Swap 3 in The Swap Gallery by noelle on: October 02, 2016 04:20:16 PM
i received two amazing houses yesterday.
i was hoping the sun would come out so i could take some better pics, but this was the best i could do.

first off, from curiousfae, a sweet candy-roofed house.
i enjoyed the ad on the side, too, which says in teeny tiny writing, "Mrs. Pomeroy's Pathetic Pumpkins... Slightly scary, slightly scared. Not edible. Definitely not. Owl delivery the very same day."  Smiley




next up is a creepy abandoned house in the woods from cmarion3.
she crammed a crazy amount of detail on this sucker! is that egg-crate you used?



they are both FANTASTIC. thank you so much!
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8  Re: Jeans recon into a skirt. Diagram only. No instruction. Need help in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by noelle on: September 03, 2016 05:11:08 AM
ok, i've included the back view as i imagine it...


here's a diagram showing the whole lower skirt bit. dashed lines are flare added to front & side back pieces.


the back skirt pieces separated. you will need to add seam allowances. the arrows are approximate grain lines.


the front skirt pieces. the flounce can be spread as much or as little as you like. more spreading = drapier, flouncier. less spreading = straigher, flatter.


if this is still something you are interested in, i can walk you through more of the construction bits another time.
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9  Bastet Sock Kitty in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by noelle on: August 16, 2016 04:45:55 PM
made for angielou1 in the Sock Monkey swap R10

i mashed up her themes for "feline" and "ancient lore". Bastet (or Bast) was an ancient Egyptian cat goddess with the body of a woman.

you don't usually see her with a tail, but since that made her more monkey-like, i decided to add it. i put a few darts in to make it curl up at the end, and gave her more of a waist than a normal monkey.




walking like an Egyptian...  Smiley
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10  Re: Sock Monkey/ Sock Critter Swap Round 10 in The Swap Gallery by noelle on: August 05, 2016 01:37:07 PM
hehehe i received a darling snarky monkey from angielou1!
meet emerson cod (of "pushing daisies" fame)


he's got little shoes!
 

sporting his suit & cheesy polyester shirt  Cheesy
his beard is painted on and slightly textured... and where did you find eyes with eyelashes attached?

his real life counterpart:


he is awesome, anglielou1!
thanks so much  Kiss
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