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1  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Crocheted beads- oh, PLEASE help :) on: October 28, 2008 05:27:09 AM
Hello there!
I must say that I'm addicted to these cute beads I've been seeing everywhere and am desperate because I can't find anything on how to make them! Sure I could buy them, but the idea of mixing the colours and strands, sizes and patterns is joh-so-tempting... If anyone has the slightest clue about how to make them or where I could get more info, I will be grateful to you forever. Really Smiley
I've pasted some examples of these crocheted beads foundon etsy. The first ones is the most similar to what I had in my mind.
2  COOKING / Dessert / Birthday cake for a cute 1 year old boy! on: October 12, 2008 01:28:44 AM
As I was lurking on craftster yesterday, I couldn't find any birthday cakes that had a number 1 on top-to inspire me for the cake I had to make- something cute and blue for a simple round cake. So I made this in the end and I hope it could be an inspiration for somebody else. Here it is!

Sorry, I haven't got any action pics yet...
Thanks a lot for checking it out!
3  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Colorful stars mobile on: October 09, 2008 05:02:43 AM
I just wanted to show something I made for my bf's nephew. He is the cutest kid ever and you should see him smile as he watches these colorful stars dance around  Grin Makes your heart sing Smiley Te stars are made form soft felt, coloured with non-toxic colour and stuffed with cotton. So if he ever wants to reach up and pull them down amd play, that won't cause a threat to his health. Sorry about the crappy mobile phone pisc though Smiley

4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Summer-inspired :D on: April 16, 2008 02:59:29 AM
soooo... This is my first post Cheesy Yay!
Some of the clothes you see below are reconstructed, and some are made from scratch. I'm terribly sorry for the camera quality of the photos- i hope that you can still see what's on them  Grin
As I can't post pictures yet, you will probably have to use a link to my gallery:

This is a knee-length dress that I made from stretch jersey and kind of improvised all the way through.. You can probably see that it's pretty poorly sewn, but it'll do for a simple summer/beach dress I think.

This was made from a Gap long-sleeved t-shirt that was a size xs (i wear m, so i could not put it on at all). I chopped off the sleeves and used one of them as the front line that goes downwards. Before i attached the front thing to the rest of the shirt, i embroidered it with silver thread to make small loops and abstract figures. Then I just sewed it on and hemmed the whole thing with a silver zig-zag stitch.
(Model: a duct-tape me Cheesy)
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