Discussion in 'Arts & Crafts' started by Cecilie1200, Mar 4, 2018.
In that case, just tell me where you got the picture, and maybe I can hunt down the pattern.
Its a form of Dragonscale. I'm not sure who created the pattern as I found the image at TheRingLord's forum.
Dragonscale Chinese mountain armor
It is rather unique.
It's amazing how many of those lifelike mannequins don't protect their bare breasts hahahaha
Do you have a membership to the forum there? I was under the impression that it was required in order to get to that section.
I knit sew and crochet. You can find my work here:
Beautifully handcrafted activewear, clothing and knits by SleepingDragonCanada
I really love your gymnastics leotards. My great-niece is in a gymnastics club that trains students to hopefully go to the Olympics, and I will have to show her your site and see if she likes any of them for gifts (she's a picky little thing).
Thank you so much.
I used a Jalie pattern for the gymnastics outfits. The rest are my own designs. Your great-niece might want to check out their website for ideas. It’s a small Canadian pattern company specializing in athletic wear.
I’ve shipped to Europe, Japan, Australia, all parts of the US and Canada. Years ago I had a client in Japan with a talented 8 year son. Last year he went to the Olympics as a member of Japan’s figure skating team. I haven’t made an outfit for him for years, but I was still excited for him.
My goal now is to use up all the fabric, wool and crochet cotton I have before I die. I have two 5’ high shelving units on one wall of the sewing room, each with 5 shelves. Plus three boxes under the sewing table a half a closet of fabrics on hangars with patterns ready to go. And that’s just the fabric. Last year I cleared one shelf.
My mom says she's so glad I inherited her talent and interest in crafts, so she can leave her stuff to me, instead of trying to use it up before she dies.
Was exposed when I broke my hands. Busted the right hand and two fingers, and only broke fingers on the left. I made at least one scarf a week. Halfway decent ones to for having gimped up hands.
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