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11  Re: Potty Mouth/Sweary Word Swap Rnd 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by SeeMe on: August 01, 2006 05:10:33 AM
Here's my stuff.

  Awesome jewlwery set--is it based on the Seven Words You Can't Say on TV? I really wish I could wear the earrings! They'r ecute!

  Yeah, screw you! Why screw you?

... 'cause I'm gonna smoke!!

  A lovely damnit dall. I think I'm gonna make another hangman's noose and hang him next to my knit voodoo doll.

this is adorbale. I thik I'm gonna frame it, useing some old, dainty looking lace as the background. Lovely!

thannks so much for a wonderful swap!!
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12  Re: HP Favourite House Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by SeeMe on: July 28, 2006 09:47:03 PM
Lookit the lovely things I recieved!!

Ooh, ahh. Yes, that is a box of Quaker Instant Grits in the picture. As of this time, it is half gone. We miss grits. What a wonderful country that must be, where you can not only buy grits, but, according to the box you can buy flavoured grits. In single serve packages. *sigh*

Also included is a lovely Potter Puppet! It's Snape. Also, Snape is featured on the lovely card from "that silly American girl". XD Snape thinks I'm Canadian. Shh, don't tell him I'm not--he might hate me.
  Why does Snape look so angry? Because I've got my fat hand up his arse!

Along with this puppet is a lovely box! It looks like a treasure chest. Painted Slytheriny colours!
  I have no idea what  am going to put in it, but whatever I put in it will be A THOUSAND TIMES COOLER THAN IT ALREADY IS. The box is that cool.

  STICKERS!! homigod. Again, no idea what I'm going to do with it (Although the urge to stick the lightning bolt sticker on my forehead and prance about going "durr, I'm Harry Potter, nerdy derdy dur"

And finally, the awesome of awesomes,

A dark mark bag! Squee! I love this. I was all like, this here deserves its own snoopy dance. And a snoopydance did ensue! It goes wonderfully with my Fenrir felt pouch (from a prev. swap) and all I need now is, like, a Snape/Peter wallet and I am so totally rocking. This rocks so hard it hurts!

Thank you sooo much to summerthyme. I'm totally working on your package, but the @*&$9ing directions are all like,"pft, you're gonna be late. I needa dry."  And I'm all like"But I do not want to be late!!" but yeah, you can't argue with the directions.
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13  Re: Harry Potter Fave Character Swap in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by SeeMe on: June 28, 2006 03:27:25 PM
Hooray! Hooray! It came!


In order to keep from killing you poor dialups out there, all the rest of the photos are on my blog. The link be in my signature.

  The group photo (ohnoes Fenrir is trying to eat my shirt!)

Action shot!

Thank you sooo much, ourglasslake. It's all perfect and joyful and yay! Thank you!
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14  Chiny bottom bag~ in Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller by SeeMe on: June 26, 2006 12:48:34 PM

Here be the Fat Bottom bag I made. I made it using some goldish... weirdo yarn. It doesn't show, and th weather has been sucking lately, but once you get it out into the sun, it shines. Like nobody's bidness.

Shiny bag=shiny hat.

I edited some things to make myself not look as fat as I really am. Enjoy.
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15  Re: may birthday swap gallery! in The Swap Gallery by SeeMe on: June 22, 2006 02:34:01 AM
I got my package just the other day! Okay, I got it maybe a week ago, can't quite remember--was so busy crafting for another swap I lost track of time.

In this lovely package I got a book (squee!). Not just any book, but A Clockwork Orange! O my friends, your little droog SeeMe kopat that horrorshow book. Viddy well, O my dear sisters, your faithful little ptitsa thought that book was real horrosrhow. There I was, all on my oddy knockywhen this book  came in, a real horrorshow thing to receive. Simplyfussfree, that sammy ptitsa that she is, also sent me a bit of pretty polly--like, from other countries. Sent me a couple of Irish euros, and even some good ol' Engers golly, eh.

Your faithful droog, O My Friends, sent her  back some things in the mail. Here's hoping that the starry, gloopy lewdies at the Pee-Oh don't lose it. (Else there might be some tolchoking down to them.)

And here;s a lovely picture.

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16  SeeMe>Cabling= SeeMe Wins! in Knitting: Completed Projects by SeeMe on: April 21, 2006 04:45:59 PM

This is my... sort of latest FO. However, since my latest FO is a sneaky surprise for my mum, I canna show it. (She might find it!) So. Yes, here it is: Made from a Paton's pattern, with Paton's Classic Merino Wool in, uh, natural mix. I love the cables. I love cabling.  I don't lie the bobbles though. It makes it look like I have many nipples. At least to me...

You can see my blocking towel/blanket in the background. And lots and lots of dolls. Those are my mom's dolls. Anyone want to buy one?

Ph33r teh cablz~~~

I like it. And if you live in Brantford--go see it. It's going to be hanging up at Len's mill. And you can also lok at my big felted bag, tickertape jacket and biiig long cardigan made out of The Most Horrible Yarn Ever.

More FOs on my blog.


Ghooooost Gooooat!
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17  Re: DIY Kit Round III Gallery in The Swap Gallery by SeeMe on: April 10, 2006 12:05:05 PM
Well, here ar emy pictures. sorry it took so long, but I needed the weather to cooperate. And finally, it did! Sharc sent me this lovely kool aid dying kit. I was going to take lovely photos of it, but then I actually recieved the package and wents nuts.

She sent me a skien of Knitpicks colour your own (Imagine a photo here) lots of kool aid (imagine a lovely picture here) rubber gloves (cheesy snapping rubber gloves pic) A sponge paintbrush, and insturctions! (imagine a picture of SeeMe pretending to paint the instructions)

And finally, after all of this, this is what happened!


The tree and houses in the background didn't come with the kit. Alas! Woe!

And I do plan to do moe dying--sharc as created a monster!
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18  I call it 'DarkMarky'. ^_^ in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by SeeMe on: January 21, 2006 11:12:52 AM
Well, completeld my first sweater. Did this in about ...uh, well, I started last friday and finished this Sunday. So about a week and two days?  (of knitting after I got home from school)  Proud of myself. *puffs out chest*

But I didn't want skulls and crossbones. I wanted the Dark Mark! After realising that I can' chart ut a snake coming out of a skulls mouth, I settled for inartsiaing a snake below the skull. I think it looks kinda lame. Oh well!
Didn't use Lambs Pide buly, either. For a couple of reasons, really.  1. It's too expensive for me. 2. It's not availablein my area. 3. Wool is itchy. Yay for cheap 1lb of bernat chunky!

s'still warm.
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