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Re: I sewed a thing!

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Liriodendron_fagotti wrote:Are these the cursed ears you were griping about?

p.s. - looks good
I thought we established she was sewing a flesh suit, with human flesh. This is clearly a side project.
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Good luck with the suit, Smiley!
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Liriodendron_fagotti wrote:Are these the cursed ears you were griping about?

p.s. - looks good
Thanks!
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So I made a creeper plushie for my 11 year old step brother's birthday:

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It's my first time sewing a proper plushie (the penguins were about two inches tall) and designing my own plushie. Probably not the smartest thing to do both at once, but I think it turned out.
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Terrifying.

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It is a thing! Well done you!
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Thanks. Hopefully it will terrify my step-brother for years to come.
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I sewed part of a thing. There are a few hodgepodge bits, and one or two holes I'm going to ignore and pretend aren't there... and fix when I stuff the thing and they become to obvious it's painful.

Tomorrow (or this afternoon) I embark on sewing the rest of the thing.

I am making this all up as I go. Excellent.

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excellent. Can't wait to see it when it's done.
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I sewed a thing!
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And an awesome thing at that! Go you!
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Tres cool!
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I sewed a Narwhal today. A very classy fellow too.

The design is wonderful, but the pattern was awful. Things weren't measured properly and I had to adjust as I worked, they recommended circle felt eyes (which are the worst eyes, these are so much cuter), etc. Would sew again, but I'd have to fix up the pattern first. 2 Stars.

On the bright side, all the time I spent adjusting, I got through tons of Star Trek: Enterprise today.
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Awww. He needs a name!
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That is pretty adorbs. What have you got planned as your next project?
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