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Topic: pikachu, ninjas, and bears, oh my !  (Read 1363 times)
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« on: December 27, 2010 09:48:35 AM »

So, being a college student, I have NO time to sew (which is sad, because I even brought my machine to my dorm!)
Once I got home, I got SO excited...after all, I have 5 WEEKS off, so I might as well make something, right?

I had this pokemon fleece blanket laying around, and since no one uses it, I figured I'd see how easy it would be to make a beanie...
I made the first one, excited, not realizing that pikachu wasn't on it AT ALL! =[
So, I made the second one with pikachu in mind...and it turns out, I made him upside down! Aww...

Well, after that, I decided to make myself some cute bear beanies..
I don't know why, I think it's cause I was staring at my teddy bears in my shelf, and, well I do call my boyfriend my teddy bear
So...I decided to be the bear!

This one's my baby, I love it so much! Smiley

I decided to make another one...having my boyfriend in mind,.. (he wouldn't wear it, but hey, I love sewing!)

And...last but not least (so far)
I decided to make my boyfriend something...but not a bear beanie (thought it'd be too cutesy?)
I made him a NINJAAAAA Cheesy

But alas, I think he may be too tough to wear it. Heh <3
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« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2010 09:57:54 AM »

Those are so fun! Did you use a stretch stitch or a plain one?
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2010 10:02:38 AM »

just a straight stitch, it hasn't been a problem though...
I was gonna use my mom's serger, but we only have white thread for it, hah Smiley

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