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1  Studded boots in Shoes: Completed Projects by lemon_yeye on: January 31, 2009 12:36:40 PM
I'm really in love with Louboutin studded boots, but I have no money to buy them. Yesterday, my mother's boss give me a pair of black boots that tehy couldn't sell in the shop. The boots were good, but no my kind of shoes, so today I decided to make them a little more punkish and Louboutin look alike. There are the results Wink



I made them with a lot of studs (almost 140!!) that come from an old studded belt that I didn't like it anymore. I painted them all black wih permanent marker. I hope you like them!!! Coments are apreciated!!!

P.S.: Excuse my bad English.
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2  Re: Post Photos of Your Tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by lemon_yeye on: May 31, 2008 11:29:44 AM
Well, this is my firts tatto, but not the last  Wink. I get it in Rohan Tattoo in Barcelona. I hope you like it!!

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3  Re: The Long Awaited Poppet-Along in Craftalongs by lemon_yeye on: March 13, 2008 08:40:55 AM
Yesterday I finished my first poppet and give it to the B-day girl!! She was so happy with it and I had a lot of compliments about the poppet!!  Wink

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4  Re: JANUARY 2007 BIRTHDAY SWAP Gallery!!! in The Swap Gallery by lemon_yeye on: March 01, 2007 10:53:59 AM
Finally I've got my digital camera so I can take photos from the wonderful package artsiefartsie send to me.

She send to me this wonderful pieces of handpinted fabric. I like them so much.
Thank you very much artsiefartsie!!!!
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5  Cherries pin... Yummy... in Crochet: Completed Projects by lemon_yeye on: January 25, 2007 01:21:26 PM
Last day I was so bored and I didn't want to study and I decided to crochet something. I was thinking and i came out with the idea to crochet a pin (or brooch) to put in my plaid Pullovers or shirts, and that's what I come witht:

The pin itself.

Action shoot in my grey pullover.


I think it looks maybe a little Rockabilly Smiley, but I like it very much.
It's so simple to crochet and it has a pin attached in the back.
I hope you like my pin and I also hope that this is the correct place to post it (I was thinking to post it in trinkets and jewelry).
I'll love to read your comments.
Be happy!!!
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6  Re: I crochet a cactus in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by lemon_yeye on: January 15, 2007 02:32:27 PM
I'm sorry for be too late, but here is the pattern:

- Crochet hook
- Yarn
- Stitch marker
- Something to put inside the cactus (fill up(?))

Ch 20
1- Sc 6 rows
2- 2Sc in each St for 5 next stitches, Sc next 15 St
3- 2Sc in each St for next 10 st, sc next 15 st.
4- Sc 1 row
5- Sc next 5 St and put a stitch marker in this stitch, Sc 10 St and go to the stitch marker to make a little tube, like this:

(take of the stitch marker)

6- In the little tube Sc 4 rows
7- Sc 2, sc2tog for 1 row
8- Sc1, Sc2tog for 1 row
9- Close the branch, so you'll have:

10- Make this at the end of the branch, where it joins with the other tube and Sc 2:

11- Continue making the tube until your desire lenght.
12- Sc 3, Sc2tog for 1 row
13- Sc2, Sc2tog for 1 row
14- Sc1, Sc2tog for 1 row
15- Finish and close.

Now, you've got the cactus, fill it with cotton or something like this and turn to the hole:

Start crocheting to close it:

1- Sc 1 row
2- Sc2tog to the end and close

And that's it Smiley. I have to say that if the cactus doesn't stay up, you can sew in the finish so the base will be strong.

I added eyes and mouth Wink.
If you don't understand the pattern, please say to me and I'll help you.
I hope all is correct, that's my first crochet pattern.

Be happy!!
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7  I crochet a cactus (now with pattern!!) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by lemon_yeye on: January 14, 2007 09:45:09 AM
I learned to crochet a long time ago and I only crocheted hats, pencilcases and scarves. But last week I came with the idea of crochet a plant but I didn't know what plant I can crochet, so I was thinking and I came out with the idea of crochet a cactus, because i really like cactus, so I come with this:

I don't know if anybody here has made anything like this, but I searched and I didn't find any.
I make the pattern myself and I used 4mm hook and green acrylic yarn.
I hope you like it.
Comments would be apreciated Smiley

P.S.: Sorry for my bad english Wink

Edit: Pattern on page 2!!
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8  Pink scarf for my little cousin with pattern in Knitting: Completed Projects by lemon_yeye on: January 09, 2007 11:08:44 AM
Hi! This is my first post (I hope I do all OK). Last saturday, my aunt teaches me a new way to knit scarves that it's easy and quick. So esterday I decided to make a scarf with this stitch to my little cousin. I made it in pink wool because she loves pink (she is 3 yeras old). Here is the scarf:


fullscarf by Lolita Dinamita, on Flickr

stitch by Lolita Dinamita, on Flickr

stitsch2 by Lolita Dinamita, on Flickr

If anybody wants, i can post the patter for the scarf, the stitch of this is called punto magico in spanish but i think i can translate it in english.
I hope all you like my scarf.
Thank you for read this.
Que vaya bonito.
P.S.: Excuse my english, I'm not an english speaker.


I just finished to write the patern for a friend, so I post it:

-Yarn: any kind of yarn will work, but chunky one is better)
-Knitting needles (9 or 10mm)

Co 13 stitches
1-k1 Co1 (in the needle where the knit one is) p1 Co1 (in the same needle of the oter stitch, so now you have 4 stitches in one needle and 11 in the other) k1 Co1, p1 Co1...to the end of that row.
2- *p1, k3* repeat to the end of te row.
3- *k1, p3* repeat to the end of the row.
4- Repeat row 2 and 3 until the work mesures 3/4 of the lenght that you want.
5- k1, take of one stitch of the needle and then p1 (knit the first stitch and purl the third! in your right hand needle yo will have 2 stitches!) then BO this stitches so you'll have 1 st in the right needle, take of the next stitch and purl the next, Bo this stitches, repeat it until you finish to Bo yor scarf.
And now comes the magic thing. Take your scarf and make it bigger putting of the stitches you dont BO.

If you don't understand anything of the pattern, i'll explain you whatever you ask me Smiley.

Here is the photo of the scarf hat my aunt makes me:

scarf by Lolita Dinamita, on Flickr

scarf2 by Lolita Dinamita, on Flickr

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