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1  Re: Days of the Week Boxers [Tame Pics, Suggestive Fabrics] in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by tenesmus on: December 15, 2007 01:09:05 PM
haha my favorite is the one with the rulers (I think you know why).
I love simplicity 9958! I've made about 5 pairs w/ it! Some for my boyfriend, some for my dad, and some for the milkman (jk).

I modified it for a pair of girlie boxers as well:

(they are all worn out by now)

Do you put snaps on the fly? Because I always omit that step. Snaps are just so daunting to me.
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2  Dane Cook Subversive Cross-stitch in Needlework: Completed Projects by tenesmus on: December 15, 2007 12:50:26 PM
So I wanted to make a subversive type of cross stitch for this gag-gift xmas party that is coming up. A lot of people there like Dane Cook, so I incorporated one of his most popular punch lines into a simple cross stitch design.

and here it is framed:

What do you guys think?
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3  Don't be frightened! It's just my cell phone cozy... in Knitting: Completed Projects by tenesmus on: January 09, 2006 10:26:03 AM
What did I do this morning?

The body is knit, but I crocheted the arms, which I think turned out okay considering I've never crocheted anything w/o a pattern.

I think my favorite projects are the spur of the moment type-completely unplanned and completely unexpected!
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4  french message/photo board in Completed Projects by tenesmus on: June 10, 2004 01:08:59 PM
I know you guys have seen these things around. They are so fun to make and are excellent gifts for college dormers or anyone with a wall and pictures. Whenever I saw one at target I would want it, but didn't have the money or it wouldn't match my room or something like that. All you need is a piece of plywood or particle board (plywood is loads lighter) and enough batting and fabric to cover it as well as ribbons. Also, some thumbtacks and something to cover the thumbtacks like buttons or little charms or beads. You will also need hooks and wire if you are planning to hang it. Oh and my favorite part of all is being able to use a staple gun and hot glue!! I will make a tutorial if you guys so desire.  Roll Eyes
Here are a few that I made for roommates, cousins, etc.

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5  Re: sleepy time(princess) mask now with tutorial!!! in Completed Projects by tenesmus on: May 29, 2004 01:03:34 PM

Hey thanks for the awesomely cute idea! I made my own template, and used flannel fabric on the side that touches the face for softness. And I wrote "dreaming of you" with a silver fabric pen. But you can't really see it in the pic. I am giving it to my cuz for graduation.
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