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I cosplay. I know others cosplay as well. I am a very skilled seamstress, while others who want to cosplay have varying levels of sewing skills, or even none at all. I have my preferred pony, but I always see things that could work for this cosplay or that cosplay. I figured, why not just post it up on a thread. If I find a sewing pattern, piece of clothing, online tutorial, I will post it here. I invite anyone and everyone else to do the same. I will start with a very simple, but pretty dress that with a little bit of frills added would make a lovely Fluttershy Grand Galloping Gala dress. It can be bought at PyramidCollection.com
Desert Pone The Cookie Smuggler posted a topic in General Discussionim looking for a cheap touchscreen 13 inches on the diag (needs to be working, but laptop or whatever need not be attached), 15.6" is the maximum and 12" is the min,screen connection needs to be 40 pin LED backlight (or a 40 pin connector and no other connectors) im also looking for some 3D printing help (not right away, i need to get a few more parts before i can list the specs), lastly im looking for a soldering iron or help in turning a broken soldering gun of 80W into a 60W iron (parts are a transformer, a light bulb, 2 tips and a trigger switch, parts destroyed when it kicked the bucket are a few inches of copper wireing) shipping zip is 87305 for estimates
Stina posted a topic in General DiscussionAll right, I'm searching for gift ideas. Since money is tight, cheap DIY/handmade gifts would be great, but I don't want it to be something boring or tacky. You can say "it's the thought that counts" but I do want to give a good gift, you know?So tel l me: what is the best handmade gift someone has given you? What have you made for others that was truly awesome and well-received?
do any of you indulge yourselves in the art of knotting? ive learned there are more and more of us out there than i originally thought. it's a very relaxing but time consuming way to unwind from work or after a tough school assignment or something. my favorite method is macrame. most people in the states just call it "hemp" because hemp jewelry is usually what you see, along with friendship bracelets. my current project is a macrame mandala flower necklace inspired by this lovely lady's work on flickr. i have currently invested over 14 hours of time, not counting the time it took me to find these amazing videos & . i have made other things with macrame but this is by far my most involved piece. im pretty pleased with myself if i may say so *does little dance*