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1  Nerd Headwear in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by pinkink on: May 30, 2008 01:34:51 PM
Long story short, boyfriend found a red beret, we found some cheap pin backs at a closing Hancock Fabrics, and I have some Shrinky Dink skill. So ta-da!

A UNIT beret a la Doctor Who.

a close up!

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2  Adipose Plushie! in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by pinkink on: May 30, 2008 01:23:53 PM
A very awesome person in the crafty_tardis community posted a template for sewing an Adipose plushie which I became OBSESSED with when I saw the first episode of this season's Doctor Who. Mine was definitely not as good as the original poster's, since I'm not as used to using a sewing machine. But here are some pictures of mine at my blog, along with one of me being super excited about it.


Mine came out boxier, so it looks more like a tofu plushie. And I couldn't sew the fingers and legs as detailed as the template, and also had to hand sew the bottom shut. And used regular thread not the recommended embroidery thread. It's what I get for doing it in the middle of the night. I think I'll make another one eventually.
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3  Does this work for curvy girls? in Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions by pinkink on: May 30, 2008 12:50:17 PM
So I've been looking at all the recons here and through some communities on Livejournal and have noticed a similar style keeps popping up. It's sort of a tank top/overalls shirt that sits below the boobs and has straps. Here are some pictures of what I mean. (Sorry if this is anyone here! But I really like the shirts)

But every time I see people make this shirt, they're...well, skinny... So what do you guys think? Workable for curvy girls with bigger boobs? Or will it look completely ridiculous? Have any of you made similar tops? Bring on the discussion!
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