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21  the weekend's projects! - UPDATE finding nemo, quantum leap, hanson, sailing! in Stenciling: Completed Projects by theknitnkitn on: May 29, 2007 10:30:29 PM
for my sister's fiance who sails (i put it on a tshirt, this is the test print, i fixed some of the letters):



a hanson stencil (yes, i listen to Hanson! haha...i found it on stencilry, i think)



and i made a journal for my friend...she used to be called "one-eyed jack" by her family. it printed better on fabric, but here it is on the nonporous journal cover:



UPDATE:
here is my finding nemo stencil:


and a quantum leap shirt i made for my brother (it says "oh boy..." on the back)


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22  Re: Show me your Mod Podge! in Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions by theknitnkitn on: May 25, 2007 10:52:10 PM
i just posted this in the "completed projects" section of stenciling, but i'll post it again (i'm so proud!). this is my first EVER screen, so it's a little crappy, but there's a lot of potential with this technique, i think.

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23  drag king band tshirt - first stencil! in Stenciling: Completed Projects by theknitnkitn on: May 25, 2007 10:43:17 PM
so my friends and i performed at our college drag ball this year as "69 Degrees", a sort of amalgamation of 90s boy bands. we danced to the backstreet boys song "if you want it to be good girl (get yourself a bad boy)". it was a ton of fun and my first project (done the homemade mod podge screening method) is to make band tshirts. the stencil was a little detailed so i was concerned...and i plan to make some improvements to the screen and hopefully my technique will get better. still...it's not too shabby for a first effort!

here's the picture i worked from:



and here is my (blurry, sorry!) final product:



what do you think?
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24  "Sheila Franklin" halter in Knitting: Completed Projects by theknitnkitn on: February 23, 2007 10:44:54 PM
here is my entry for this month's challenge. i didn't go quite as far back in time as some of you, but oh well! it's called "sheila franklin" after the character in the musical "Hair", the inspiration for this top.

i designed the pattern myself based on styles i've seen. it is knit in KnitPicks Swish Superwash (color: Fired Brick) on size 6 needles. the embroidery was done in Swish (color: Wisteria) and Louisa Harding Kashmir Aran.

more details on my blog.

laid flat:



close up:



modeled:





i hope you like it!
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25  Re: "give peace a chance" bomber hat - UPDATE in Knitting: Completed Projects by theknitnkitn on: February 13, 2007 01:13:03 PM
here's the scarf:



here's the hat and scarf together:


and here's my ugly mug:



i love love love the scarf...and i'm really so pleased with the hat. everyone compliments me on it! i think the dots look nice with the purple, too.
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26  "give peace a chance" bomber hat - UPDATE with scarf (p. 2) in Knitting: Completed Projects by theknitnkitn on: February 10, 2007 11:10:59 AM
many thanks to you_so_bri-ish and old fashioned bomber hats for inspiring this one.

i apologize for the crappy pics. the embroidery is just temporary - my mom is sending me a scarf for valentine's day and she's enclosing some (green) scrap yarn so i can embroider my hat to match. the little x's are just placeholders.

laid flat:



being modeled by Robbie-Bear:



edit: 2/11
i decided to do some embroidery today because my mom hasn't even mailed my scarf yet! besides, the yarn is bulky weight, so i'm not sure if that would even work for embroidery. i had some worsted purple yarn leftover from another project and decided to try some embroidering. i may add a few green dots here and there when it arrives, but i think the purple looks nice.


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27  "heavy metals" set - img heavy in Beads: Completed Projects by theknitnkitn on: February 09, 2007 01:29:31 PM
here's a set i made for one of my friends. i really love the way it turned out!
i'm sorry about the dark earring pictures!
turquoise, FWP, brass and copper.









thanks for looking!
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