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1  Re: Poor Man's Silk Screen - TUTORIAL, IMG Obese in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Completed Projects by petite_audrey on: April 01, 2007 04:53:49 PM
Thanks so much for this !!!!

I just tried it on a dark pink tee, and it looks like it worked great.
Here a pic just after the transfer:

I LOVE it, it looks all vintage and washed up, like it has already been loved for a long while.
I washed it just after that and it looks like it didn't fade too much but all the white chemical marks looks gone. I'll cross my fingers and post another pic once its dry.
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2  Re: Anthropologie inspired hoodie in Crochet: Completed Projects by petite_audrey on: April 01, 2007 04:38:01 PM
Here are the new pictures

I might try the paton grace for the next one, I am still looking into it.
I am searching for some kind of standard size measurement chart to have a go a pattern writing but I can't find any that looks accurate.
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3  Anthropologie inspired hoodie in Crochet: Completed Projects by petite_audrey on: March 31, 2007 08:59:59 AM
I couldn't resist when I saw this hoodie I had to give it a try. Here's the result:

Here's the url : http://storage.canalblog.com/65/99/203645/11809485.jpg
It is crocheted from side to side in Bernat Super Saver, it is my first self-designed garnment and I love love love it. I am gonna try it in a finer cotton yarn for spring next to match a bit better the original Anthropologie one and to try and correct a couple of things, like the hood being too big.

Thanks for looking
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4  Re: Saharah: Stitch Diva (Knit & Tonic) in Knitalongs by petite_audrey on: March 31, 2007 08:51:14 AM
ijsblokje , I am so sorry to hear that your wip was stolen along with your car.
I finish mine a week ago and it is HUUUGE on me, my mom claimed it though and it should fit her a bit better.

Sorry for my face, my husband can't take a photo without telling all sort of stupid things.
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5  kntting/crocheting organizer (image heavy) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by petite_audrey on: December 20, 2006 09:35:57 PM
So I am taking a very long flight tomorrow and I needed something to carry my knitting/crocheting stuff in the plane. I came up with this :

The outside fabric is some corduroy I add laying around from another project.

The inside fabric is a weirdly unstable linen that I couldn't use for anything bigger than that.

The bigger pocket has a flap cause it is upside down when it is folded. It is the perfect size to carry circ's and circ's cords.

There is a smaller pocket for gauge check, thread, measuring tape ...
Behind the hook and needles , I can place folded patterns.

I made a bias strip to thread my stich markers on and some empty space for sewing needles , safety pins and such.

The colours are off, the inside fabric is white and bright red.
What do you think ?
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6  Re: Saharah: Stitch Diva (Knit & Tonic) in Knitalongs by petite_audrey on: December 20, 2006 01:15:36 PM
I'm on my first sleeve but it's going very slowly as I'm going to Europe too tomorrow.I do plan to knit on the way thought, this flights are sooooooo long. Where do you go Pixiepurls ? I'm going to my family in south-eastern France. Anyway I figured that mine is big cause my gauge is looser then when I started  Huh  here's some pics :

My big toe modeling ...  Cheesy

Close-up of the lace and trim rows.

It is a lot darker then that Tongue.
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7  Drops Design cardigan in Crochet: Completed Projects by petite_audrey on: December 04, 2006 04:36:10 PM
I finished this cardigan a couple of weeks ago from this
pattern the photos are awful but I like this cardi very much. It is done in Bernat's acrylic yarn wich is suprisingly very nice to wear. It took just  bit more than 2 giant balls and went very quickly as it is all tc . I think I'll make a second one in a much nicer yarn and a size smaller. The XXl is too big for my 47'' bust.
It is ( I hope !?!?) a lot more flattering in real life then in photos.

Please don't be scared of my face  Cheesy

Thanks for looking
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