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291  A few painted textil projects (img fat!) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Mamaneedles on: August 29, 2009 07:06:48 PM

Here's a dress for my daughter. I might be obligated to post it in the children thread but I'm not sure if there a '1 thread a week' rule or something in here (thanks in advance to let me know!)

modeling...
...And closup.


Now; when I was pregnant, I got free pregnant cloths. It's cool.. but boring. I altered some to fit my style a little more:
http://fc03.deviantart.com/fs25/f/2008/117/f/3/Cherry_Top_by_VULGARlouis.png This one is fat. It's a black top with cherries (a lot of them!)



sorry for the hugeness of the post, but I did not want to spam everyone with 8 new thread or so....

Thanks for looking!

And this is a gift for a friend:


And those are request from my sis-in-law:

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292  Re: Onesie and shoes in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by Mamaneedles on: August 29, 2009 06:52:35 PM
Thanks a lot for the sweet comments ! Cheesy
I will sure post some more when I get some times.

I think they both look great!!

Those shoes are amazing!  Would you mind giving any more details on how you did them?  They are great!
Here's what I used:

Jo Sonja's Textile Medium
Americana Black
0 size Paint brush
Black shoestrings with white skulls on it.

You mix the paint with the medium 1/1. Then you just let your mind flow for the partern. Like I said, it was 2 characters I draw often so I paint them straight away.
Since she has only wear them once (as I expected her to...) I didn't put a overall coat of medium, which I usualy do on normal clothing.
I might do it before selling them on my etsy. When I can get around fixing a price, and parting with them....
I had an extra black skulls shoelace (yes, I do sometimes, don't you?) and cut by half the job by changing them. Else I wound have polka-dotted the white ones.
(so now I have an extra pair for a future project! yay)
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293  Onesie and shoes in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by Mamaneedles on: August 28, 2009 09:49:29 PM
Hi everybody!
I'm new in here and I realllllly reallly like it so far. So many things! so much inspirations!

First I need to say: I don't know how to sew. I'm really good at others things. But not sewing. and it makes me sad sometimes....
but this time I was pretty pleased!
Let me present you my daughter modeling Butterbeer the Crab onesie.
All I did was handsewing the 12 pieces of fabric to it the best I could.



now I won't close up more. You would see all the fault. (there's a lot of them!)
I love it! Too bad she ruined it with food... Sad

and another project, correct me if I place it in the wrong section. (there is so many! I get lost easily in here!)

These are shoes that I found at goodwill. size 2 (already outgrown...)
they were all pink with white shoelace... A tad boring.

But with little help from black acrylic paint and textile medium, they became really nice punky girly shoes Smiley




thanks for looking at my first show-off!
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