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11  Re: Robot Illusion Scarf in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by geedownie on: August 19, 2005 07:35:44 PM
Well, after fussing and tearing out and redoing my design about 6 times... I finally came up with a complete robot. Now only 4 more to go...

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12  Re: Robot Illusion Scarf in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by geedownie on: August 06, 2005 10:53:42 AM
Actually, I just want to know if I make all the red robot parts purled. He's going to be kind of like this:

Except not so ugly and poorly done (I just tossed it together to give you all an idea)

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13  Re: super-cool time-waster in Discussion and Questions by geedownie on: October 18, 2004 01:55:05 PM

I can sit here and play all day!
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14  Re: creative halloween costumes in Halloween Costumes by geedownie on: September 30, 2004 01:27:43 PM
Last year was my lil' ones first Halloween so my aunt and I made this costume for him.

Trial fitting

When it was completed.

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15  Re: bringing back the uniform.... ideas needed! in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by geedownie on: September 09, 2004 05:07:30 PM
If you can show midriff you could do a v cut on the blouse (black triangle), maybe use some black satin ribbon to trim it out(white arrows).

Maybe do a stencil with a prison motif... some number on the chest and maybe your high school's name on the back in stenciled letters.
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16  Re: My Snowman Xmas Ornament Fetish in Winter Holidays by geedownie on: September 09, 2004 01:35:17 PM
The standard clothespin snowman

With these:wooden clothes pins, mini wood flower pots, acrylic paint,raffia, sand paper, hot glue and some old red buttons I got at flea market and some antiqueing gel and a drill.
 I painted everything, let it dry then sanded it down to givet that old distressed look. Then I used the antiqueing gel to make it look old and dirty. For hats I used the little wood flower pots and used the hole in the bottom to  hang them. If I didn't use hats, they got drilled and the red button was used at the top where it was knotted (raffia for hanging)

I got some rusted tin in cut out shapes and painted them with acylic paint and used wire that I stole from the fiance to make the hangers.

I used:
Model Magic in white again
jingle bells
small plastic beads
scrap of fabric for scarf

I made the head out of the model magic, then I wired the bell and ran it through the head and looped it back down into the head. I pressed beads into the head for eyes and nose ( I tried to make sure that the holes weren't showing) Let it dry for 24 hours and then attached the scarf and wrapped raffia around the exposed wire in his head the hanger) and tied a bow at the top.

My ceramic snowmen. I made friendship bracelets for scarves for some of them... it took to long to make them so I did maybe 6.

My snowmen that I designed and cross-stitched.
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