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1  jumper! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by pairofglassyeyes on: July 02, 2007 08:49:31 AM
this is my first time making a jumper. the idea was completely inspired by sherbert's (http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=178081.0) jumpers. they were so frickin adorable i had to make one myself.





ignore all the threads. i threw it on to take a pic as soon as i finished and didn't bother to pick off the scraps.


instead of a zipped i used purple pearl snap buttons!


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2  first dress.... in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by pairofglassyeyes on: June 15, 2007 10:53:46 AM
so, ive never made a dress before but had some fabric and time to space, so i went at it.

it's pretty messed up because i forgot i wasn't two dimensional but im still proud it actually looks like a dress...







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3  Re: cheating on my other forum (LOTS (seriously) of pics) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by pairofglassyeyes on: May 31, 2007 12:57:07 PM
Wow, you got a nice collection of stuff there. But, I really, really like the back of the second shirt. I want to do that! Is there a chance for a tutoral, please? Loved everything.

ok, here's the tutorial:

basic shirt. (this is supposed to be the back of the shirt btw. forgive my crappy paint drawings)


cut along the white lines. they should extend from the side edge of the shirt to two inches in the middle (so, an inch from either side of the middle line. There should be two inches between the two lines in the middle) the lines should all be an inch apart


next, cut along the green lines


now take the strings of shirt that are only attached in the middle, and loop them through the slit you cut in the middle part of the shirt and sew them back onto the side you cut them from.

and, tada! you're done!


Great Job on the clothes...They rock!
BTW, The shelves in the background are AWESOME..
Are they decoupaged?

yeah, i think im going to post some pics of them in the home section.
thanks!
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4  cheating on my other forum (LOTS (seriously) of pics) (tute on second page) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by pairofglassyeyes on: May 30, 2007 10:20:11 PM
So, this is my first post on crafster, normally i'm a punk rock domestics girl, but i really want to participate in a craft swap, so i've got to serve my time. I'm sure i'll enjoy it 'cause you ladies (and guys) seem like a pretty cool crowd (i've been scanning this site for months. i should have just joined sooner!)

so, here are a few things ive made... ill just post a ton of pics so you guys can get an idea of my style i guess. im posting some home stuff in that section too if you like what you see here, but a lot less of it. haha, im a clothing person























yeah, i wasnt kidding when i said there were a LOT of pictures
















phew, that's all i have pics of. hope you guys like it (and dont hate me for that many pics)
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