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« on: March 17, 2011 10:10:32 PM »

I'm making a sleeve for my new Moto Xoom.  Its pink and this is what I'm gonna stitch into the front:

http://i609.photobucket.com/albums/tt171/RazyCal/Phone%20Pictures/JustAndroidGirl.jpg

The words above it will be: "I'm Just An"
And the words below it will be: "Android Girl"
I think the words will be in black....Would anyone know of an easy way to turn that into a pattern, the android girl I mean...Currently I'm doing the head and I'm doing Chain across, 1 slipstich, then single crochet across the entire chain.  Im going to continue that for a bit but then I'm not particularly sure how to round the head.  Also, any help or suggestion on the rest of it would be much appreciated, especially the places I have to change colors on the body and legs! Smiley Thanks for being a great community, I love being a member here so much!
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« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2011 08:23:33 AM »

So to continue, I updated my design to try and make it more even...Here is what I got:
http://i609.photobucket.com/albums/tt171/RazyCal/Phone%20Pictures/JustAndroidGirl.jpg

Then I went ahead and started on the android head since I'm not using the green.  I cant start the dress or bow yet because I'm using the pink:
http://i609.photobucket.com/albums/tt171/RazyCal/Phone%20Pictures/IMG_20110318_111546.jpg
Wanted to see what you all thought...This is completely freestyled, going along slowly, attempt and if it looked right, continue.  The antennas took a while.  I first tried a turn but they came out with like circles instead of lines...So I finally made them long and brought it down.  Then I used extra to sew them together.  I think they look pretty top notch for my 2nd project.  I am nearly done with the sleeve part so thats good...More rows and it will be good to go....I still need help on doing the color change for the body part and shoes if anyone is willing to offer it Cheesy
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