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1  Re: Make a BJD (Ball Jointed Doll) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions by littler4bbit on: June 24, 2008 09:08:38 PM
ok - disaster time! i had a nice torso going, but i baked it poorly or something and it turned into this:


i think i may change over to regular ol' clay because it's a material that i'm actually used to using. Then again sculpey can be baked and added to and re-baked so it may yet be salvageable. blah. i am not happy. ><

ps - you can make out the adorable bellybutton on the large-ish chunk in the middle upper left of the picture. :,(

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i attempted to piece it together and it cooked in such a way where the edges warped. so it's a loss. here's a better failure picture.  Cry

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2  Re: Mrs. Darcy KAL in Knitalongs by littler4bbit on: February 09, 2008 08:17:46 PM
sorry for the delay on pics. i decided to fix that part first. ah vanity. the very bottom and the parts i am currently knitting are always a little roll-y, but blocking should fix that. i'm afraid it's going to be a little shorter than i'm used to. somehow it looks like i have fewer rows just below my twisted knit stitches (the very bottom part). i'm going to finish it and see how things line up. i just compared it to a favorite cardi of mine and it's an inch or so shorter. Undecided can i take out the very bottom few rows and add some rows if i want to extend it when all is said and done? (i'm pretty sure it can be done... i guess i'm asking permission since this is my first knit sweater.)


here's the whole shebang so far as modeled by my coffee table.


a little bit closer view for those cute lil stitches. you can really see how roll-y the top and bottom bits are.


view of buttonholes and the edge - i love the edge part.

all in all i love it. i just hope it fits XD
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3  Re: "Fetching" from Knitty: Summer 2006 in Knitalongs by littler4bbit on: October 23, 2007 06:53:42 PM
This is my first time trying to post pictures... so here's goes nothing.





my fetching. <3<3<3 and just in time for the cold weather too!
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