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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Action figure soap dish and coathook on: May 18, 2010 08:46:39 AM
okay, so i guess they are in-action figures. since i epoxyed all their little joints solid.  Hope you like them!


soap dish


coat hook
2  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / The KMFDM scarf on: December 11, 2007 09:25:06 AM
Well if you know who KMFDM is, youll love this scarf my friend sarah just finished! (ill get her to post stuff here herself soon)  The logo was made from a computer generated pattern using an actual album cover photo, then cleaned up by hand.  It came out amazingly well!

 

more pics and chart at my "blag" http://thedude06.blogspot.com/2007/12/kmfdm-scarf.html

P.S.  +5pts to any KMFDM fan who can name the video the scarfs theme was taken from Smiley
3  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / I-Cord Bikini on: December 06, 2007 03:28:51 PM
Tired of swimwear thats not suitable for sunbathing near a frozen lake? Try the 100% wool I-cord bikini! I cant take full credit, because I didnt knit this myself, my friend sarah did. (pictured) But it used the i-cord from the fantastic lego i-cord knitting machine (posted elsewhere in this forum)

Its quite heavy, and used approx 30ft of cord for the top (including ties) and 80ft for the bottoms. The effect is really fantastic. its a loose fabric, but still covers well. and it shows off that its knit much more than a single-strand normal knitted item would. I slightly doubt its practicality, but that has /never/ stopped me before Smiley  It also curls a little when its off, so its nowhere near as teeny as it appears in the picture of it on the table. hope you enjoy!

Updates, more pics, and pattern is posted on my blog at http://thedude06.blogspot.com/2007/12/i-cord-bikini.html


4  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Knit Portal companion cube (my first knitting project) on: October 27, 2007 08:27:43 PM
Well, I wanted to learn how to knit and finally came across a project that got me motivated enough to learn.  My goal was to see how knittable pixel art projects might be (short answer: yes if you adjust the proportions) and have a lot of patience.

I experimented with both 'fair isle' and 'intarsia' style knitting a bit, and ended up with a cube that has at least /one/ good side to it Smiley  If i made a second one, id be smarter and knit it as one large section instead of separate pieces.

I hope you guys get a kick out of this as much as i do Smiley





(This is from a recent video game called 'portal')
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