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1  I choose you, Pikachu! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by daydreamer on: September 10, 2013 02:38:20 AM
For Halloween last year, I decided to channel my inner Pokenerd and become Pikachu! Following a YouTube tutorial from Secretlifeofabionerd, I made a few hats and then an easy, no-sew dress from an oversized T that I made by tracing a formfitting bodycon dress and then cutting it out, making an off the shoulder/dolman type neckline. Then I took the hem as scrap and wove it up and down the sides, thereby eliminating the need to sew. My friend and I ended up wearing them our hats that night - she wore a black skirt and yellow shirt and I wore my dress. Super cute and easy!

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2  Help finding earring clips in Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions by daydreamer on: May 31, 2006 09:48:44 PM
Help! I have looked all over the place (Michaels, Hobby Lobby, Walmart, etc.) to try to find a certain kind of earring clip.


It's under the Non Pierced Earring Components section. (the 1st picture. )

Oh, I found a pic!

My ears always react badly to the other kinds of clips, so I'm hoping I can find some of these ones....
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3  Re: Ideas paalease!! in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by daydreamer on: May 04, 2006 10:41:19 PM
You could sew a ribbon or lace border around the "runned" edges, making it like this: (excuse my horrid Paint skills. somehow, the pic came out tiny. Tongue) and then sewing the same trim around the neckline and hems

Or, cut off the bad part and use the rest as part of a bag! (the sleeves as parts of the handle and the bottom of the shirt for the body of the bag)

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4  Meet my new buddy, Eggy in Completed Projects by daydreamer on: March 20, 2006 09:23:14 PM
Made from felt to keep me company....

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5  Felt donut in Completed Projects by daydreamer on: March 20, 2006 09:22:17 PM
I was inspired by all of the felt donuts that were on the forum, so I present to you my own donut. The beading took longer to do than the whole donut construction! The things well do for topping and decoration..the next donut Im making is going to be a Boston Crme or something that doesnt include beads! Wink

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6  Felt ribbon purses in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by daydreamer on: March 20, 2006 09:21:24 PM
I really like these purses a lot! Theyre so pretty..Im thinking about giving them as giftsmaybe including a piece of jewelry inside. Cheesy


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7  Re: I can see Elle Woods.... in Knitting: Completed Projects by daydreamer on: December 12, 2005 12:43:13 PM
It's more than a little bit of a pain to upload all of my pictures to two picture-hosting sites, but I guess I can do some....

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8  Re: MISTAKE... what can I do with this? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by daydreamer on: November 21, 2005 02:27:43 PM
Sew up the bottom and make it into a purse. Then add corset-like details like laces, eyelets, and such, and make it into a purse, kind of like this:
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9  Re: simply elegant marble necklace in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by daydreamer on: November 20, 2005 07:49:00 PM
Simplistic beauty. I love it. I need to go get one of those notebooks. ::runs off to go get one::

After I got off-line, I made four:

Pardon the blurriness and bad quality of the pics. My flash was being obstinate and wouldn't function properly.

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10  What do you do with a place mat from the Dollar Tree? in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by daydreamer on: November 20, 2005 07:44:24 PM
Make a bag! I saw this mat in a D.T. at our local mall, and fell in love with the colors. I bought it, thinking, "It's only a dollar, so I can figure out what I want to do with it later." I decided to make a roomy bag, and here it is.

I cut this into a rectangle, then zig-zagged the sides multiple, and I mean MULTIPLE times in order to prevent the woven warp-strings from becoming "unwoven". Then I sewed up the sides, added a lining, and braided a strap from some of the unravelled warps. I had to sew the warpstrings together for the strap, because by themselves, they were too short. Then I four-strand braided them.

The classic mirror shot

The strap

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