Discussion in 'Community' started by JediYvette, Sep 30, 2006.
Love the stained glass, block. Nice pictures as well, Leona and Raggedy_Android.
Those are awesome Frieda! I really like them.
Thanks for the compliments guys! I missed your comment before Myke. back at ya!!
I want a JediYvette hat.
block is so dreamy...
Sorry I missed this! PM me colours!
And been so busy working on stupid wedding invites that I haven't been crafting much else. So much tape and ribbon! They are cute looking but in my next life, I think I will buy them. Of course, if I made them less complicated they would have been easier, but kinda too late to do anything about that!!
Those are just so lovely.
Wow, those are impressive! I made my own invites and envelopes as well, but they were NOWHERE near as elaborate as yours. I especially like the flower on the front. How many are you sending out?
Awww thanks! Luckily only 30-40, but only a month away and STILL making them because they are so time-consuming. The ones that went to people I knew were coming or weren't sure got them a while ago and now I am making them for people who I knew couldn't come but still wanted an invite. Soon I will be hopping right into making announcements for the other people I missed.
I love your wall art Frieda!
Cute invites Yvette!
My most recent craft endeavor was spiral earrings.
I've also widened my crafting exploration into the world of wood burning with my Pai Sho project. I am working on creating my own Pai Sho pieces (most of which are designed by my friend, Joe) and board to play the game from the Anime, Avatar: The Last Airbender.
White Lotus tile (cannon) and Rose Tile (non-cannon [altered cannon])
Oh, and here is a picture of Han on the Tauntaun (sorry for the delay in posting this Raggedy_Android):
[link=http://rosecoloredglasshalffull.blogspot.com/2011/07/star-wars-ornaments.html]Link to all my Star Wars ornaments.[/link]
I'm kinda broke at the moment though.
i made those with a friend a couple of weeks back.
the yolk folk:
and the xmas version:
I haven't been here in ages and missed lots of great projects!!
My latest: baby blanket for a co-worker. Not really exciting but still turned out pretty well. Even survived being machine washed!
And now I can finish up all the half-done projects I have currently going.
PS. moosey, I still want to make your hat! PM me colours!
I saw the pic, thought omg baby blanket and got all excited until I read co-worker.
Awww!! Gimme a bit longer to get used to this whole married thing then see what happens.
I want you to make the death star for us.
Progress on my [link=http://rosecoloredglasshalffull.blogspot.com/2011/03/top-secret-blanket-project.html]Roxas blanket project.[/link]
Crochet doll for my little sister.
Rapunzel hair for her as well.
2011 Star Wars ornaments:
[image=http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-2ivSfTEuWKE/TvEBANsXIaI/AAAAAAAAArY/K0MHdhHYLbU/s1600/DSC09425.JPG] [image=http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-M4OurEGehR0/TvEBBGSL2dI/AAAAAAAAArg/FCp9hWgmOLU/s1600/DSC09428.JPG] [image=http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-K8GU3cDQEnU/TvEBBwGZloI/AAAAAAAAAro/ssQP9wbfMhk/s1600/DSC09430.JPG]
[image=http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-JBczfezAmB8/TvEBTZaLD6I/AAAAAAAAAr4/O7ia8jhTPec/s1600/DSC09434.JPG] [image=http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-sKdrjFH53Gk/TvEBVYBTslI/AAAAAAAAAsI/brjU_0E8e6I/s1600/DSC09437.JPG] [image=http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-Eo5-WUzLMNM/TvEBWTn4FoI/AAAAAAAAAsQ/4zyLULz6GBU/s1600/DSC09438.JPG]
[image=http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-9pSRZ2s0z4w/TvEBXGwDZ1I/AAAAAAAAAsY/Y0sLKf4-Jc0/s1600/DSC09444.JPG] <- I need to finish painting her.
Blanket for my niece.
Your paper craft is adorable darth_frared.
Love the ornaments Nat!
How did you make the quilt?
The [link=http://rosecoloredglasshalffull.blogspot.com/2011/03/top-secret-blanket-project.html]Roxas blanket[/link]? I found [link=http://exodecai101.deviantart.com/art/Roxas-Bead-Art-151527918]pixel art (in this case - a bead sprite)[/link] I liked and recreated the pixel art in an excel spreadsheet. I assigned each color a number and then ran a count function in each column for each color. This gave me the total number of granny squares I needed for each color. I can send you the file if you'd like to see how it was set up.
The squares themselves are simple granny squares. I did the pattern shown [link=http://crochet-mania.blogspot.com/2009/01/crochet-solid-granny-square-5-rounds.html]here[/link] with the variation of crocheting between the DC stitches on round 2 (forming 6 dc for each side of the square instead of the normal 7). The blanket I am working on has a total of 922 squares. I'm joining the squares with a whip stitch through just the back loop of the squares (which means there will be a distinct front and back to my blanket as the stitch shows on the back, but not the front). I'll take another picture when it is all done.
I started a new hobby, tatting, on August 23rd. I'm really enjoying it!
< This is my latest. I still need to tuck the tails.
Lovely Nat. Looks like a lot of work.
That is really awesome!!
My Yoda toddler/baby hat. Been working on it for ages and finally found the time to finish. It needs a good home.
That is adorable Yvette!
That's adorable. I say save if for your future little fishies.
Oh that is so cute!!!! Agree, save it for the future!!