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1  Re: Questions About Hairstyles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by poseursteph on: December 20, 2008 05:44:25 PM
Hi ladies! I was hoping one of you could help me.
My hair is driving me crazy! It needs some sort of style, I have been growing it out [I had it in a mohawk for a while]
Last year I cut off over ten and a half inches and donated it to locks of love, than shaved my head down to about a 3 on clippers.

here's the most recent pic i have, I know it's not the best but as you can tell the top is the longest and the sides are growing out. I usually just brush the top over and it almost goes to my ears. Any hairstyles anyone thinks i can grow my hair into so i have something to look forward to?
here is a pic when my hair was super short
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2  Star Trek Clock in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by poseursteph on: September 28, 2007 09:59:53 AM
My favorite types of clocks to make are record clocks! I found this cool star trek record at a salvo store and it came with a little comic. So a little modge podge later i came up with this

close ups

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3  Long sleeved shirt to backless tshirt. now with tut in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by poseursteph on: May 08, 2007 07:20:26 PM
I took a long sleeved shirt (that was old and streched out) and turned it into a short sleeved backless tshirt! I can't decided if I will ever wear it or not.

Thanks for the comments everyone Smiley
here is a mini tutorial (sorry about the terrible pics)

*First cut a straight line up the back on the shirt, through the back layer only.
*next turn the shirt inside out and match up the sides you just cut through (inside out remember!)
*Cut a half moon shape out of the shirt.
*turn the shirt right side out and overlap the edges and pin in place. Do this to both the top and bottom.
-this part is tricky to get the shirt to fit correctly. Try the shirt on before sewing to make sure the shirt will not be too tight/too loose.
*Sew where you pinned (in a triangle shape, this helps keep the shirt from loosing it's shape in the back) http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y79/poseursteph/HPIM0680.jpg

Then wear it!!!
(whoops I made mine a little too loose!)
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4  generation t- downward spiral rug in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by poseursteph on: April 25, 2007 07:27:06 PM
Sorry if this is on the wrong board! I was just wondering if anyone has made the downward spiral rug in the generation T book.
I've started making it, but I keep getting very frustrated with it.

I've had lots of problems with sewing it too tight, and then with the braiding of the rug!
anyone have any advice?
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5  Re: My take on the "Chucks to flats" in Shoes: Completed Projects by poseursteph on: March 30, 2007 11:54:30 AM
I wasn't going to make these, then i got some ribbon ($1 for five yards!) and I had an old (over a year old) pair of chucks so I ended up having to do it  Smiley  I love that you made a pair for your sister! you are so nice.

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