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171  Virgin clothing post....be prepared.....(or scared) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by hippiejo74 on: November 15, 2007 07:53:43 PM
These are projects I have recently finished and they make me wish I had more time to sew...sigh....
Here goes...

Mustard yellow dupioni and fabulous vintage (feels like nylon or poly) multi material skirt. Made from my own pattern - and I was so pleased it didn't look all stupidly freaky! Does need ironed though.....

Little mustard dupioni dress (can't remember which pattern) for my daughter with a cute little dragonfly jewel iron-on and matching blue buttons. I just sewed the buttons on and attached snaps underneath so I wouldn't have to do buttonholes...and yes, I am actually that lazy.

Pinky-red sandwashed silk dress with a cute daisy lace collar. I love the material and the pattern was easy, but makes my legs look like stumps (and I'm 5'9"), so I think I'm gonna cut it down for a tunic with split seams on the bottom. What do y'all think?

White tunic/coverup....

Super fab tent dress (made my own pattern - (patting self on back)...made with wine dupioni. Need to still add the ties to the back to tie it, but I'm thinking now that it needs a big fat ribbon sewn under the bust for an empire type feel...plus it would look really cool tied in a bow on the back. What do you think?
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172  Skirt/poncho = skoncho (pirt???) and armwarmers in Knitting: Completed Projects by hippiejo74 on: November 15, 2007 07:38:31 PM

Recycled sari silk skoncho (hehehehe...I suck at making up names for crap) that when I handwashed it and then air dried, sucked the life force from my body when it was realized that the overtwisted yarn fell apart in BIG GAPING holes all over the stupid thing. Took me a friggin' year to make this on the Knifty Knitter yellow long loom (I have a 1 & 2yr old) and took forever to fix them all!!!!! I DON'T recommend using recycled sari silk yarn on the looms....it sucked big dogs.
The armwarmers are my first FO that isn't a friggin' scarf - YEA me! I didn't follow a pattern, so they are a bit wonky....oh well.

Comments & criticisms always greatly appreciated!!
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173  Freeform bags bags bags in Crochet: Completed Projects by hippiejo74 on: November 15, 2007 07:15:00 PM

Pink, orange & red banana silk tote - freeform (which basically means that I had no clue as to what I was making until it decided to be a fab LOUD bag!) and sunglasses cases (or whatever) with leftover Egyptian cotton and Frog Tree alpaca. Just click on the pic to view bigger pics (I hope...) Sad
Comments & criticisms always greatly appreciated!!

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174  Sweet peas, the biggest poncho EVER and various other crazy crochet.... in Crochet: Completed Projects by hippiejo74 on: November 15, 2007 07:10:41 PM
This is what keeps me sane (I have a 1 & 2 yr old)....so here is what I've been working on...

The Sweet Pea Shawl from Happy Hooker in Debbie Bliss Alpaca Silk DK

This is my (I think) 18 skein poncho made from Nature Cotton....live it, love it, wear it.

Super stretchy headbands (single crochet) made with Breeze (teal) from Heirloom and Classic Elite Star (Lobster). Take that Calorimetery!
(just kidding...I just don't have the time to do that one yet...maybe when the kids are older)

Cotton Tots from Bernat single crochet baby bib. I find it is harder for the rugrats to take this one off...plus it covers more area, so less spills on clothes.

Shroat, shracket, shrug??? Can't remember the name, but the pattern came from DIY's Uncommon Threads show. This is made with Mystical Creation Yarns wool/silk (65/35%) - love the yarn!

ponytail holders made from leftover yarn - Chinchilla for the small ones (single crochet) and Nature Cotton for the others (tied around).

Knot Ugly Shrug from HH and made with Belle from Berger du Nord - 100% silk (can ya tell I gotta hard on for silk?).
Comments & criticisms always greatly appreciated!!
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175  Scarves coming out my whazoo....... in Crochet: Completed Projects by hippiejo74 on: November 15, 2007 06:00:08 PM
Haven't posted in awhile, so here comes the flood of...


100% silk in a fab sea green - wish you could feel how yummy this is!!

My first colorwork scarf in crochet...awwww...aren't you proud of me??!! Wink

(singing in a crazy singsong voice.....) I'm a happy hooker...I'm a happy hooker

This is another Happy Hooker One Skein Scarf made with Urban Silk from Skacel....LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this yarn!!

another one skein scarf, this time made with Fiesta Chinchilla chenille yarn made with 100% silk - if you haven't tried this, you SO need to!

ANOTHER one skein scarf made with Amaizing from SWTC.

Random single crochet banana silk scarf...

another random single crochet made from Frog Tree Alpaca Worsted for the random Illini or Bears fan...
Comments & criticisms always greatly appreciated!!
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176  Hats, hats & more crappy hats.... in Crochet: Completed Projects by hippiejo74 on: November 15, 2007 05:33:32 PM

Cherry Tree Hill worsted merino bobble hat

handspun wool blend (from Town & Country Llamas on Ebay) and pattern from Happy Hooker - Spring & Winter hat/scarf set

Boy Beanie from Happy Hooker in Queensland Collection - llama seta

beanie/beret in a periwinkle yarn from Heirloom Breeze (stretchy)
Comments & criticisms always greatly appreciated!!
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177  Nature cotton baby blankie in Crochet: Completed Projects by hippiejo74 on: November 15, 2007 05:23:46 PM

Nature Cotton single crochet baby blanket.....very soft & sweet....

Comments & criticisms appreciated as always!
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178  Re: All in a days work (IMG Heavy) in Stenciling: Completed Projects by hippiejo74 on: October 13, 2007 09:55:43 PM
hahahahaha....My hubby made me do the same thing...
In the end the laugh was on him - he's the Stayin' Alive guy! I had to do this for a graphic design project for college.....shows how good money can go to waste!!! Grin
Sorry for the crappy pic Huh

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179  Hair scrunchy from the yarn that is tied around hanks to keep them from tangles in What the heck can I do with THIS? by hippiejo74 on: October 13, 2007 09:54:17 PM
This is one of these things you have no idea what to do with.....
I have been saving the excess yarn that the yarn companies use to keep the hanks from tangling....and I had no idea what to do with them up till today. I decided to use them, cut them in half, and tie them around a ponytail holder (the no pull - Scunci kind) all the way around and trim them up for a kinda punky look. I also have single crocheted around them with leftover yarn from other projects - but you have to be sure and PULL hard to make sure that you are covering it all when it is stretched.

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180  My new Gee - TAR painting....this is what happens when abstract goes bad... in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by hippiejo74 on: October 12, 2007 10:14:07 PM

Another painting in my black/white series....abstract guitar. Hubby took the pic & I just had to paint it... Not too bad, but not great either. Can't be good at everything. Mabye I'll try something different next time the kids are asleep.....
Let me know what ya think!
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