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41  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / sweet crochet scarflet (plus Tutorial link ;)) on: December 21, 2009 02:15:52 PM
Heyhey Smiley

I've re-discovered an old crochet lace pattern that I turned into a scarflet pattern (using worsted/bulky yarn instead of crochet thread). You can easily adapt the pattern to any yarn you have in your stash! Just add a few buttons for closure and you're done!

I've (as always Wink) put together a tutorial to share in my blog (click), but I can also post it here, if that's better Smiley I hope a lot of people will make this (and show theirs :3)



All the best!
42  FIBER ARTS / Spinning: Completed Projects / metalcore yarn on: December 08, 2009 01:36:28 PM
 Cool

I love my new corespun yarn (with a bright red wire core), you can do lots of weird things with this bendy yarn Cheesy Was really fun to make it! It's around 28 yards/2.4 oz.

I don't really knit or anything, though.. so if anyone wants to swap for roving, materials, buttons... I'd appreciate that Cheesy



43  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / my new upcycled tee-skirt-dress! on: December 06, 2009 11:51:48 AM
 Grin

Hey there!

I made this sweet dress from an old shirt and a skirt that had a great pattern but the hemline just didn't work for me... Plus, I also made a tutorial :3


44  FIBER ARTS / Spinning: Completed Projects / The colour of infinity - fabric scrap yarn on: November 25, 2009 08:38:48 AM
Here we go, my first yarn post Cheesy

I have synaesthesia, so I made a yarn in the colour of infinity! It's made entirely of fabric scraps that I had left from sewing and has been plied with vintage silk thread.

There's also a tutorial in my blog, if you're interested in recreating Smiley



45  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Superhero Panties! (with pattern/tutorial) on: July 29, 2009 10:48:32 AM
hey there!

more and more Smiley

I made those cute panties following a pattern that a fellow sewaholic named EmilyKate initially drafted in size 38. I drafted the other sizes (32-46) for anyone to enjoy (my other nick is ParaNoire) Smiley

Feel free to download the pattern here - and please show off what you've created Smiley
(If the link doesn't work for you, I can also email you the pattern, if you ask nicely Wink)





The steps really are simple (the seams are marked with numbers in the pattern!)

You will need 0,5yds of knit fabric and 1,5m elastic (optional)

Cut 1 panty piece on fold, 1 crotch lining, 1 waistband.
Sew the center back seam (1), serge the crotch lining and sew it together with the crotch seam (2), sew the waistband edges together (3) and the waistband itself to the panty.
Either simply serge the legholes or sew elastic on them for a snug fit.
DONE.

Smiley
46  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Steampunk'd skirt and cape ensemble on: July 29, 2009 01:38:13 AM
HeyHey,

I will upload LOADS of the stuff I made over the past year (haven't been active on the board at all ><) and this ensemble is one of those Smiley

The skirt is a variation of my ber-ruffly ADRIENNE fishtail skirt (no tutorials for now), the KAMELIA capelet is drafted from a basic bodice pattern and I _may_ upload a tutorial later (although www.vintagesewing.info is the best source, anyway. I got all my pattern skills from there and through trial&error).

Gave it the Belle Epoque twist with satin tape embroidery around the hem and high waist, train, flared cut and all Smiley

And yeah, I love naming my creations ^^





47  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / ber-ruffly fishtail skirt on: July 28, 2009 08:56:43 AM
meow.

looooooong time no see!

There's lots I've been up to and this skirt is my favourite for now Smiley I made the pattern myself and put a lot of effort in this, so no tutorials for now.
The skirt features a high waist, voluminous fishtail shape with train and is made of rustly, black taffeta.

The capelet pictured is also designed and made by me Smiley

Thanks to mademoiselle for wearing the skirt for the photos!


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