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21  Reversable Pink and Black Mini Messenger Camera Bag/Purse IMG HVY in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by evilsarah on: March 17, 2006 09:25:49 AM
I'm not a purse girl, I am a pocket girl usually, but the latest onslaught of home made clothing in my wardrobe (in which I stupidly didn't put pockets) has created a need. That and I needed a bag for my camera because I lost the strap.

LOOONG straps so I can Carry it like a messenger bag


Oh Schnap...what's this? It goes reversi?!?

And then I found this pin on the ground the other day, so now she has a new home. I think I like this side better anyway...

I did this late, so the sewing got a little sloppy at the end. That and I was also watching Wonder Showzen, so the attention was a bit averted. That and I am new at sewing, but I will stop the self depreciation.

Tell me what you think.

that pink fabric is my greatest find ever, I got it for fifty cents a yard at walmart, I ended up getting like 5 yards of it. No I didn't use a pattern. Really I just needed a camera bag for the next day because a friend of mine asked me to take pictures of his band durring a show. The sewing on it actually is pretty good, I am just learning a new sewing machine. I learned the straps are a little long, so I need to fix those. Other than that, just some strings here and there...

next is a skirt, I got a pattern on ebay for like pennies and a not to bad shipping price. I just made my duct tape dress form to use to. Rock.
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22  Re: Another duct tape dressform! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by evilsarah on: March 17, 2006 09:15:38 AM
Here's mine. My boyfriend is a musician, so I took one of his speaker stands and that's what it sits on now. My poor duct tape self has a pole up her but...oh well.  Shocked

The Front

The back...mmmm booty


wow I'm round...

I notice that the duct tape kind of tries to rip itself appart...I think I overstuffed mine.
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23  Some Computer Art in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by evilsarah on: February 24, 2006 04:04:35 PM
I just did this for my productions management class. Some how were going to  shape it into a flyer. I wasn't supposed to make the flyer, we were all supposed to make something by today and post it on our online fourm and vote...but so far mine is the only one there...hmm.

Tell me what you think. It's for an event called "rock the block." It's our version of a block party in downtown Chicago.
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24  What to do with all the Valentines leftovers---IMAGE HAPPY in Valentine's Day by evilsarah on: February 18, 2006 12:50:07 PM

Oh yeah, theres a little fabric in there too. All went well, except I got a case of the paper+glue warbles. See:

If anyone has a cure all trick to get rid of that, let me know. It is honestly the bain of my existence.

I used mostly mod podge...mod podge is my friend...but on the fabric I used fast try tacky glue. I also used the tacky gule to glue the pink top (The underside, the warbly part) to the top top. I Held it down for a while, but I was more worried about the corners and edges. I still maintain it did it when I wasn't looking. I am so OCD about paper ripples, I swear.
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