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« Reply #2960 on: June 06, 2012 03:24:00 AM »

Suereal, the kiddo (14) and I love your glow in the dark origami stars. What a neat idea.

ids13, I think your ear cuff is beautiful. I like simple lines, they tend to stay classic.

Can you see someone from Roman days wearing this?

Silvermoon, the Iron Man mitts are great! I love his expression while wearing them too. Perfect together.

The owl is cute, he looks just huggable.


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« Reply #2961 on: June 06, 2012 05:35:06 AM »

The iron man mitts are great! So fun!

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« Reply #2962 on: June 06, 2012 07:18:33 AM »

Oh SilverMoon, I love your ninja sock monkey and omg my nephew would LOVE those iron man mitts!  Too cool!


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« Reply #2963 on: June 06, 2012 10:55:56 AM »

I got a kilt pin brooch in a swap earlier this year and love it so much I made myself one too  Grin

all odds & ends from my bead box apart from the actual pin.  Cheesy

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« Reply #2964 on: June 06, 2012 03:26:10 PM »

I should have mentioned that the iron man mitts are from a free pattern online, in case anyone else wants to make them too - http://www.louiesloops.com/2012/05/avengers-assemble.html

Although any glove with a ribbed cuff would do - the slip stitching in this pattern drove me up the wall, and when Master Four finally gets a pair out of me, I think I'll skip that bit.
Yes, my Master Three got upgraded yesterday, so expect a few crafty, dragony, party things coming up!

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« Reply #2965 on: June 06, 2012 06:03:17 PM »

here are a few things I made last month but didn't get a chance to post.
A prototype for something I want to put in my shop (someday, maybe I might get one!)

A crochet purse I made for my niece for her bday. It was some practice crochet and originally started as a scarf, but I got a bit into it and realised that the yarn was a bit rough for a scarf, so I folded it in half, lined it and braided some chain for a handle.

and this I finished just the other day. I finally figured out what to do with my solitary ball of acrylic/milk protein, clearance bin, beautiful soft yarn. I made a moebius neck warmer/cowl. I'm getting faster with my knitting. Well with these basic stitches anyway.
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50 projects in 2013 - 6/50
13 quilts in 2013 - 0/13


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« Reply #2966 on: June 06, 2012 07:41:48 PM »

I need a quick project now, because I've gotten two - okay, one - project done in the last three weeks.  But it was a doozy!

60 hours of work, 1,234 4" squares, 16,042 inches of seams sewn...  They are completely lined (all white) and weight a TON (good thing the song is only 2 minutes long!).  And I now know how to make a reversible 25-yard skirt!
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« Reply #2967 on: June 06, 2012 08:07:44 PM »

Smeddley, those skirts are stunning! I still want one of those myself, though I think I'd cheat and buy some of that preprinted patchwork circle skirt material off spoonflower - I don't have the dedication you obviously do!

DId I missed the June challenges getting posted? I checked the first page, but it still has May's listed.

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« Reply #2968 on: June 06, 2012 10:04:13 PM »

So I've been lax in posting.. But I have been stalking you all on the thread! lol I graduate with my MA this Friday and had a mini-exhibit of my research Monday. The past few weeks have also been messed up with some really hard and tragic events that have been affecting me. Luckily I have started crafting again! I will post my projects shortly Wink

Abbeeroad: Adorable cape!

fantasticmio: What is a lapghan? It looks great and like it was a ton of work Smiley

kriSmith: Cute cabinets

alwaysinmyroom: The forest creatures patch is frigin ADORABLE! And robot pillow!

yofi: YUM! Also the names are hilarious... Trufflepuffs? Cheesy

Smeddley: Love the teapot cross stitch! I feel even more compelled to try my hand at it once seeing that

jillybeans: Due for delivery tee, CUTE. And the zombified sock monkey! Ahh Cheesy

sheepBlue: Love your DW and Star Wars TM purses! So lovely and clever Smiley

rlynn: As always you have so many amazing things posted! I love the shrink plastic sewing pins, first time I've seen it used like that. The pincushion is so sweet too.


that1girl: The daleks are so cute. I never thought I would say that in my life lol

suereal: The sash and Craftster scout badges are fab! What is it all about? lol

SilverMoon: Iron man knitted gloves, I bow to you! So cool!

Smeddley: Great skirts! I'd love to see a close-up shot of all the squares of fabric:)

All you Master Crafters did amazing projects! I had a great time pursuing your designs.

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« Reply #2969 on: June 06, 2012 10:09:15 PM »

Now that I've had my first taste of making jewelry I can't seem to get enough.  I tried adding beads to an ear cuff and it failed miserably soooo I turned it into an earring and made a couple more for my little sister and then made a few pendants, two are for belly button rings and the others are for necklaces:

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