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gravelcat · a day ago
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some more sneak peeks at the mod im currently brainstorming for! i hope to learn how to mod so i can turn the ideas i have into mods soon!
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ignisforge · a day ago
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Podzol for the Magic Texture pack for Minecraft
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rathologic · 2 days ago
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the best texture edits only come from mistakes 💕
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pay--phone · 5 months ago
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https://www.nexusmods.com/newvegas/mods/71640
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fallout-tactics · 4 months ago
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GOOD MORNING FALLOUT FANDOM IN MODDING NEWS THE FALLOUT NEW VEGAS COMPANION MOD VINCENT VINCENT HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE NEXUS BECAUSE THE VOICE ACTOR MURDERED HIS WIFE
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cunninghand · a month ago
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Johnny Silverhand gifs,  1/𝓍
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paulthebukkit · a year ago
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yo that mario 64 remaster looks pretty sick 😳😳😳
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danihasagun · 4 months ago
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Here’s a gaming clip from earlier today during Nicole Tompkins’s (Daniela Dimitrescu) [found on the right] Twitch stream, featuring; Maggie Robertson (Lady Dimitrescu) [found on the left]!
This is their reaction to Jeanette Maus’s character Cassandra Dimitrescu - along with Suzi (TheSphereHunter) wonderfully requesting to any willing modders for a crown to be modded in for Cassandra, (Jeanette), in-game!
The Stream can be found on Nicole Tompkins’s Twitch Channel and is most likely in process of being uploaded to her YouTube channel later this week (under: Nicole Tompkins).
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Missing you Jeanette, you gave us a beautiful, powerful, character and the joy of having your voice live on! Thank you for everything.
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(May 19, 2021)
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digital-magus · a month ago
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Me: I like Skyrim's followers but I don't really like playing with them... they break my stealth, get in the way, and they always feel op and cheep once they've got decent equipment. Plus I keep killing them with shouts on accident.
Me, 5 minutes later, downloading another batch of custom-voiced follower mods: I'm gonna go on an adventure and bring ALL my friends and we're gonna have SO much fun and exchange witty banter and forge emotional bonds and be best friends forever and live in the one big house! Sometimes a family is a blue khajiit, an akaviri swordsman, an adorable cannibal, a witty scholar, 5 different dogs, an amnesiac kitten, a...
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daeserter · 2 months ago
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Maul, Mand'alor (Battlefront 2)
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wastelesscrafts · a month ago
Hello! Your post on Visible Mending just crossed my Dash and I'm very interested in it! I can only really do basic hand sewing (Haven't tried to get fancy) and I ended up buying a pair of pants with manufactured holes in the knees. I don't like them but the pants are comfortable (And were decently expensive) Which might be the best way to mend away these holes with one of those tecniques?
I'm happy to hear my post on visible mending has inspired you!
Mending knee holes in pants:
There are multiple methods you could use to fix holes in the knees of pants, depending on the type of hole.
Simple rips:
If it's a simple rip (no missing fabric or damaged edges), you could use a ladder stitch to close the rip. You'll still see a line where the rip sat, but at least it'll be closed. If the look bothers you, you can always add some embroidery to hide the seam. You don't need amazing embroidery skills to do this: there's a lot you can do with a basic straight stitch or running stitch.
If you have a sewing machine and some fusible interfacing handy, you could also try this invisible denim repair method by Goheen Designs.
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(Image source) [ID: a diagram showing how to do the ladder stitch. A threaded needle connects eight parallel points on two separate pieces of fabric. Text reads "Ladder Stitch. Squishicutedesigns.com.]
Holes:
If we're talking actual holes, as in missing or damaged fabric, a ladder stitch won't suffice. You'll need to add extra fabric to replace that's been lost.
Take a look at this tutorial by Wren Bird Arts on how to patch up a hole from the inside of your garment. She explains how to do this both by hand and by machine.
The only stitch you need to know to follow this tutorial by hand is the running stitch, although I would also recommend a blanket stitch or whipstitch to finish off your raw edges. By reinforcing these edges, you'll prevent the fabric from unravelling. This will make your mend last longer.
If you decide to use this method, you'll need to find fabric that matches your pants if you don't want to draw attention to your fix. You could also go the opposite route and use a contrasting fabric or even a bit of lace to make your mend a design element rather than just a fix.
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(Image source) [ID: close-up of the crotch of a pair of blue jeans. Each side has a hole that's been mended: one by hand and one by sewing machine, as indicated by text and arrows.]
Sashiko, a type of traditional Japanese embroidery, is another method you could try. Check out this sashiko tutorial by Soluna Collective, or take a look at the links on sashiko in my visible mending post.
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(Image source) [ID: close-up of a hole in a pair of blue jeans that's been mended with sashiko: a geometric pattern of crosses sewn with white thread holds a patch of fabric in place.]
If you want to get really creative with patching, you could also make custom patches in any shape or fabric you want. Sew them on with a backstitch and finish off the edges with a whipstitch or blanket stitch.
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(Image source) [ID: close-up of a green fabric patch shaped like the Pokémon Oddish sewn onto a blue pants leg with the use of a backstitch and a blanket stitch.]
You also could try darning, which means weaving extra fabric over the hole. Tumblr-user Delicatefury does a great job at explaining how to do this. You'll need an embroidery hoop and embroidery floss (or something similar) for this. Darning can be tricky, so if you've never done it before, practice on fabric scraps first to get the hang of it before you start working on your pants.
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(Image source) [ID: six photo's show the progress of a hole in a red piece of knitted fabric being darned with green thread. A needle first sews new warp threads across the hole with yarn, then weaves new weft threads over and under these warp threads.]
Conclusion:
There are plenty of ways to fix up holes at the knees of a pair of pants. Have fun with it!
If you're scared of putting that first stitch into your pants, remember that you probably won't really wear them anyway until you've fixed the thing that bothers you about them. So even if you mess up, you won't have lost much. Plus, most mends can be undone or covered up if you don't like the final result, so you can always start over. :)
If you're looking for inspiration, check out Pinterest or take a look at the following fixes:
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(Image source) [ID: a patch of colourful darning on a piece of black denim fabric.]
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(Image source) [ID: close-up of a hole in a pair of gray jeans that has been patched up and embroidered to look like a night sky with a dark cloud, white stars, and a crescent moon.]
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(Image source) [ID: monster patches: holes in the knees of a pair of jeans have been patched up to look like monsters. The hole forms the mouth of the monster, with white felt teeth poking out. Two embroidered white crosses form the eyes of the monster.]
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(Image source) [ID: a close-up of a hole in a pair of light blue jeans that has been patched up with a blue floral fabric. Blue flowers have been embroidered around the patch.]
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(Image source) [ID: a pair of jeans that has been mended and embroidered at the knees with geometrical patterns in gold thread.]
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daydreamsonacloudyday · 6 months ago
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Johnny being the Rockerboy he was meant to be 😍
[ I’m not sharing detailed instructions on swapping Johnny with the AMM, see the notes on this post for details ]
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fallout-tactics · 7 months ago
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hey uh. don't fuckin play frontier? it's racist, anti-semitic and sexist and written like a my immortal rip off. don't play it.
the more people who play it, the more it's promoted on the nexus (and steam) and the more people are exposed to the racism, anti-semitism, and sexism. don't tell other people to play it. we can all point and laugh at it all we want but Don't Play It And Definitely Don't Fucking Buy It When It Comes Out On Steam.
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paulthebukkit · 7 months ago
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This is insane. Someone found out that the designs for the cacti at Super Nintendo World were taken directly from Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii (a NSMBW mod). They have they have the exact same shape and flower placement and were modelled specifically for this romhack.
Someone at Universal probably just googled “New Super Mario Bros. Wii cactus” and looked at the first 3 designs they saw because this is one of them. There have been minor cases before of corporations stealing or accidentally using fan art of their properties, but this is next level.
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wardenlavellan · a month ago
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Golden vallaslin mod W.I.P
I’m obsessed. Junes DAI vallaslin is by far my favorite, these are turning out much better than I anticipated.
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