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21  Another Rainbow Patchwork Skirt! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Ashling on: April 08, 2009 11:42:31 AM
I loved the ones I'd seen here on craftster, and I just had to make my own.


This wasn't too hard to do, but it was time consuming.  I decided I didn't want a huge skirt, so I scaled it down so it's about a 3/4 circle.  The squares are 4'x4', I used 65 of them for the bottom tier.  I started gathering from the bottom up, purple to light purple to blue, instead of from the top down, and I think this made the gathering process much easier.  What do you think?  (As I hit "preview," a Jpop song called "Rainbows" started playing on my computer! Ha ha! Cheesy)
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22  Ceramic Raku Dragons (image heavy) in Pottery, Ceramics, etc: Completed Projects by Ashling on: March 19, 2009 07:48:32 AM
I made these a few years ago in my college art classes.

This was originally lowfired with a crackle glaze, but I didn't like the outcome, so I reglazed it with a shiny green called "dragonfly."  I like the not quite shiny, not quite grainy finish. 
side view


The next one was inspired by those ceramic cats that look down off the edge off a shelf.  It's raku fired with just the dragonfly glaze I used on the last one.

This image isn't that great, but it shows how far it goes below the ledge.


This one is fired with a glaze called "copper sand."  The spiked ball on the tail is a seperate piece, I knew it would break off in the firing anyway, so I figured I should decide where to seperate it, rather than leaving it to random chance.

side

back.  This shows the color best.

detail on eggs


tail end by itself


Finally, this was supposed to be a fountain, but I liked the copper raku glaze so much I used it anyway.  Now it's holding dried roses.


Hope you like them!
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23  Re: Fruits Basket swap Round 2 GALLERY in The Swap Gallery by Ashling on: March 19, 2009 07:20:32 AM
Posting photos of my goodies!
shirt-

detail of embroidery

bookmark

charms: onigiri, Kyo and Yuki


Thanks Christal1994!
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24  Top from a dress pattern in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Ashling on: March 03, 2009 06:48:39 PM
I made this from an out of print Butterick pattern, but decided that I would get more use out of a top than a dress, since the skirt was a bit too straight for my tastes.  It's a little difficult to see because it's such a dark color, but it's gathered under the bust.  Don't mind the lines, they're from the sun shining through my blinds. Cheesy

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25  Re: Fruits Basket swap Round 2 GALLERY in The Swap Gallery by Ashling on: March 03, 2009 06:32:32 PM
This is what I sent Christal1994:
Stuffed onigiri

Hatori necklace

Yuki button

Yuki bookmark

Yuki and Kyo earrings.


Christal1994-Go ahead and post pics when you get a chance to, yours will probably be better than these.  Cheesy
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26  Re: Anime/Manga Swap Round 3 Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by Ashling on: August 09, 2008 09:59:57 AM
Ok, I'm finally here to post pictures!

The bag everything came in:


Crochet Mokona, Hello Kitty phone charm, coin pouch:


Tsubasa magnets:


Cardcaptor Sakura postcards and Fruits Basket envelopes:


Cards that were in the envelopes:


Thanks again for everything estar23!  Everything is very nice.
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27  top from scraps in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Ashling on: May 23, 2008 10:29:18 AM
I had some leftover black stretch velvet, but not quite enough to make a whole top.  No matter how I laid out the pieces, the best I could do was one sleeve short!  So I used some other scrap fabric to make the top half of the front, and made the sleeves 3/4, and I had enough.  I still haven't hemmed it.  I was thinking about using the contrasting fabric to make cuffs so the sleeves would be long enough but I might just leave it.


If anyone is interested, I used Butterick 3344 view C, but raised the neckline.  The neck isn't really lopsided, that's just how it's sitting on my dressform.
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28  Re: eco-craftalong in Craftalongs by Ashling on: January 17, 2008 11:25:50 AM
I made some ornaments with scraps of giftwrap, ribbon and pieces of a cardboard box.  The cardboard pieces are wrapped up like a normal gift.

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29  Dress from 3 yards in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Ashling on: January 16, 2008 01:52:06 PM
I bought 3 yards of fabric to make a skirt, but I decided I want a dress instead.  I can't seem to find any pattern I like though.  It's polyester peachskin, so it's rather flowey, and 45 inches wide.  It's a little too, um, polyester for a summer dress, but I'm not sure if I have enough for anything appropriete for cooler weather.  Does anyone know of any dress patterns or tutorials that would look good for this fabric, that only require 3 yards or less?
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30  Re: eco-craftalong in Craftalongs by Ashling on: December 11, 2007 11:09:38 AM
I made a tree topper for my 4 ft tree.  I couldn't find anything in stores that wasn't huge, so here's what I came up with:


The star is a piece of cardboard reinforced with duct tape, and covered with wrapping paper.  The trim is leftover from the sleep mask I made my SIL, to cover the seams, and the stand is a toilet paper tube cut into a cone shape and covered with the same paper.
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