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Laughing Cat
« on: September 16, 2008 10:09:10 PM »

I'm guessing this is the right topic since this was definitely made to "hold stuff." Wink Made to hold the pencils for an artist friend who tends to bring her art with her to work. Based off of bits and pieces of a number of various pencil/knitting needle/crochet hook roll tutorials.


She really likes fish. Grin

This fabric is pretty unique as every fish and plant on it is an actual species, but it still looks artistic. I never would have thought to combine it with the red bamboo if I hadn't tossed the two on top of each other while organizing fabrics. Turned upside down, it looks a bit like coral, doesn't it?


The slots are sized to hold pencils and two pens. The upper flap is sewn down along the top edge so it can fold down to protect the pencil leads during transportation and storage.


All rolled up and secured. She doesn't like loud colors to be visible, so the outside is a neutral blue... completely belying the roll's extremely bright interior. Grin
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Kaethe
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2008 05:20:08 AM »

Very nice and I agree the red does look like coral, I wouldn't have realized until you pointed it out!
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brnh
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2008 12:13:49 PM »

Oh look at that! I just looked at the pictures, thought "Hey fish and coral!", scrolled on to the comments and realized the coral wasn't really coral. Fooled me!
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