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Topic: Old-Shirts Patchwork Pillow  (Read 1201 times)
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« on: July 03, 2011 04:23:39 PM »

I had this two shirts that i adore of a clouple of my favorite characters:Jack Skellington y Stewie Griffin. But when the time of 'it doesnt fit me anymore' comes, and im so tired of modificate them 'cause it just doesnt look that good anymore (the shirts pic are old, before the recon desaster), nad you dont want to give them away, what better way tohave them close than.......IN A PILLOW!!!!

So, i google some stuff, and i realize i always wanted to do some patchwork, and it doesnt look complicated, but it takes a LOT of time, because of all the little squares, but well.......here it is ...my new Pillow!!! Cheesy

Tenia 2 camisetas que adoro, por que son de unos de mis personajes favoritos: Jack Skellington y Stewie Griffin. Pero cuando llega el momento en que esa hermosa camiseta ya no te queda, y te cansaste de hacerle modificaciones de modo que ya no se ven bien (si, la foto es vieja, por que tenian ya mucha cosa encima), y no las quieres regalar, que mejor manera de tenerlas cerca que.......en una almohada!!!!!!!

Entonces, me puse a averiguar, y siempre habia querido tratar de hacer un patchwork, y no se ve complicado, pero toma mucho tiempo........y aqui esta...mi hermosa nueva almohada Cheesy


« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2011 11:28:12 PM »

I love the way Stewie's colours go so well with the patchwork you've created.

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« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2011 10:15:35 PM »

Nunca se me hubiera ocurrido eso, je je, con tantas y tantas cosas que he desechado porque ya no quedan bien, la proxima lo intentar as   Wink
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