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vincentbriggs · 3 days ago
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Finished the shirt a few days ago, and for some reason the left wristband turned out much tighter than the right and I had to clip the buttonholes a bit bigger to make it fit. It's for my everyday wardrobe and is mostly machine sewn, and the fabric is a rather mediocre quality linen I got from Fabricville a few years ago.
Edit: The waistcoat monster fabric is from my Spoonflower! And is also available in a variety of colours on MyFabricDesigns, and on various things on Redbubble.
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realdirtfacts · a day ago
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nobody tells you when you get into dolls that it's gonna lead you to 9 more side hobbies
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ahhvernin · 23 hours ago
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cardboardlife · 2 days ago
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Portrait of my children, made of felt
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marzipanandminutiae · a day ago
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I FINISHED
THE FUCKING
SCREAMING GARGOYLE HAT
MY SECOND LUCILLE SHARPE COSPLAY IS COMPLETE
NOW I NEED A DAY IT’S COMFORTABLE TO BE OUTSIDE IN HEAD-TO-TOE BLACK VELVET AND MY PHOTOGRAPHER FRIEND IS FREE
THANK FUCK 
THE MILLINERY EVIL IS DEFEATED
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tj-crochets · 4 hours ago
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The finished rainbow quilt top!!!
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orchardknit · a day ago
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The piecing and patching is all done, yay ! Honestly the most time consuming part was trying to remember what went where and how it was all supposed to fit together. Probably a case to be made about labeling the backs of pattern pieces next time. Now for seaming and pockets, i guess ?
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creations-by-chaosfay · a day ago
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Commission progress for a set of coaster. The blue fabric is so sparkly! Don't mind me making silly voices. High quality sparkly fabric makes me very happy because the material does shed and the sparkle ms don't stick to my iron.
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the59thstreetbridge · 11 hours ago
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i used to follow a dutch(?) blog that shared very old sewing patterns. i google translated enough of the blog to find one for a young girl’s shirt (or so I thought), so I resized the pattern to adult size, printed it, and used the stencil to make the garment. except something was extremely off. it was too short, until i lengthened the shoulder straps to the point where my entire tits were out. then i realized... it was a Dirndl.
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dollsahoy · 21 hours ago
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yeah no, not my style
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thisbibliophiile · a day ago
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New project just finished! And my hands are paying for it 😂 all freehand, first time using zippers at all (do not look too close at that stitching 😬😅), and I even snuck in a little crochet ;D
This one is just for me, but I will be making more for my site
lipc
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ms-mandy-m · a day ago
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Photographer: Berkas Lena
Model: Kassie Katrin Lanfire
Dress: Alice Corsets
Headpiece: MyWitchery
Post-production : Tatyana Obolenska
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thoughtportal · 7 months ago
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biconic-rosa-diaz · a month ago
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Had a revelation recently and thought it might help other people too.
There is absolutely NO shame in having a ton of projects on the go and switching between or even dropping them on a whim.
Hobbies are meant to be FUN.
You can have 20 writing projects, or knitting, or whatever your thing is, and putting them down for a bit or abandoning them is a-okay.
I personally would never think that someone who started playing a video game and then decided to play another before it was finished was a quitter, so why am I so judgemental towards myself?
Doing your hobbies in a way that brings you joy isn't selfish or weak, it's...literally the whole point of them. Go nuts!
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auntpelvis · 22 days ago
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embroidery of some electric pylons on an old doiley
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queermaddscientist · 10 months ago
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Get yourself a fabric store that will light your fabric on fire for you
No but legit I asked what the fiber content of something was and the guy didn’t know so he cut a chunk off and lit it on fire and felt the ashes and was like. Yeah this is mostly cotton with a lil bit of silk. And that was the moment I knew. This is it. This is the fabric store for me. Also that guy is marriage material. Not for me but damn some person is gonna be so happy with him.
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snowshinobi · 9 months ago
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god my favorite part of knitting/crocheting/etc is watching string become fabric. crumpling it in my hands. this fabric would've never existed had I not willed it into being. it isn't fabric, it's time made physical. made material. isn't that the high of crafting? you mold time between your hands and put it into other people's hands. my least favorite part is when my cat tries to cram the whole yarn ball into his mouth
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onthegreenlandsea · 3 months ago
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i don't want a career, i want to do crafts
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fatmasc · 11 months ago
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This website is full of free sewing patterns that will automatically alter to ur measurements
https://freesewing.org
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