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1  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Shower Costume! on: November 03, 2006 01:50:23 PM

I made a shower costume for this halloween!

The skirt was a pleated shower curtain skirt with snaps to keep it on! 

The breast plate is made from a shower no-skid pat and ties up in the back! The belt is from a disassembled loofa, and there's a loofa scrunchie in my hair, too that you can't see!

Hope ya'll had a happy halloween!
Thanks for looking!

Also: Check out my flickr pool!: http://www.flickr.com/people/jencrawf/

2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Simple Recon: Too Big Tee = Tank! on: October 19, 2006 12:32:37 PM
Very simple recon.  Too big t-shirt = adorable layerable tank!


But the trick here was that it used to say "Michigan Theater" and I wanted to edit out the theater part because I'm not and never was a Theater major (I think I recieved this size L tee when I was wayyyy younger)

Anywho, so you can see there's a seem across the bust, which is actually sort of flattering!

Rock on Wolverines and Crafterines!
3  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Shower Costume Dress Completed with Pics on: October 19, 2006 11:55:12 AM

I made a shower costume for this Halloween!


The skirt is pleated, knee-length, and made out of a clear shower curtain with geometric dot detailing. I'm wearing blue leggings because, ya know, it's cold out, and the skirt is see-through.


The breast plate is made from a shower bottom no-skid pad. It ties together in the back. Don't worry, everything was bought new, so no skunky mildew issues.  I sewed it onto a blue tank top.  And I'm wearing a white long-sleeve shirt, because, again, it's cold out.

The blue wide belt is made from a disassembled loofah.  You can't see it in any of the pictures, but I had a loofah hair-scrunchie, too!

Inspired by Project Runway, of course!

Happy Halloween everyone!

4  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 15 ENTRIES / Bloodthirsty Carnivore Stuffed Bear of DOOM! on: October 01, 2006 06:47:11 PM
This is my ferocious craft bear!  It loves to eat craft humans and other craft animals.

My bear tore apart a fellow craft bear to show you what the bear is made out of.  The rocks are just garden-filler plant rocks that I stuffed in the bear-ass to make it so the bear could balance.  It sits up all by itself! Hopefully soon the bear will be sitting atop Steven Colberts bookshelf, as I intend on sending him the bear after completing this challenge.

Here is the fierce craft bear sneaking up on his unsuspecting pointy kitty craft prey (Hillary Lang posted the kitty pattern on the Craft magazine blog. Thanks Hillary!).

This is my first challenge!  It was a blast.
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