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Topic by Emiemi | last reply
Sometimes woodcarvers will work off of patterns, if you have any patterns you've created and would like to share you can post it here!!!! You can also post an idea for a pattern (including roughly what size you would want it to be) for a woodcarving project, and maybe one of the members of the group can create the pattern for you.
Topic by LoneWolf
Trying to get a jump on my costume this year for halloween and I want to a) plan ahead better, and b) base it on my character in Second Life. Problem is I have been looking at everything from shower curtains to upholstery materials, trying to find a solution, without much luck. Mainly due to the "best" match for what I want to try being an upholstery category material (and even that isn't.. quite right), but I have a lot of yardage involved, and it costs like $27 a yard or something... :p Basically, what I am looking for is something rubber like, so flexible, not overly "glossy", with enough thickness it can be layered, but with fairly fine detailed patterning on it. The original "suit" this is supposed to mimic looks a bit like layers of flexible armor, layered over each other, but both due to the design not being mine, and the prospect of, once done, photoing the result, doing a bit of Photoshopping on it, and "replacing" the in-world version I currently have, I want to make it slightly different. The problem, of course is that I am running into a problem of finding any material, never mind what fits the bill, save for, maybe, buying just smooth, rubber sheeting, similar to inner-tube material, then trying to do something with it. But, how, if I had PVC rubber, do I add texture to the thing (other than, for example, trying to airbursh a pattern over it, which I have zero skill at)? Nearly everything is the wrong material, too big a texture, or just.. not one that will work. Mind, best possible texture would be something like: http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b194/Dakra/Tech256.jpg But, that ain't happening, so.. something like: http://image.shutterstock.com/display_pic_with_logo/75178/75178,1310971434,2/stock-photo-hi-tech-background-blue-metal-texture-81298300.jpg or even a very small pattern or honeycomb, like: http://images.colourbox.com/thumb_COLOURBOX2412500.jpg Would work. Heck even if I had to decal the stuff on, somehow.. But I am at a loss here as to what material to use (mainly do to finding a place to get it cheap, and not in some insane amount), and if I can get it, how to make the result not look something like the attached image, or better, add the texture to it I would like to see. Any ideas at all?
Topic by Kagehi | last reply
I'm trying to sew a beaver. However, I can't figure out how to create the patterns to make the body. He's a cartoonm beaver, and the body looks kind of like a.. potato. Any tips on how to create that shape with fleece? Here's a picture of him: http://www.autostraddle.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/4.png Thank you so much for your help!
Question by Batryn | last reply
I'm looking to make my own men's suit - i.e. jacket and pants. Does any have, or have a link to, patterns for a suit? I can't find anything using google, but not having looked for patterns before, there may be an awesome resource out there that I don't know about. We are hosting a Zoolander-theme party, and I want to make an awesome suit out of animal/snakeskin print material. As a side note, how much effort would it be to make a suit? I'm not talking something that you could display as art, just something that looks the part, and wont fall apart on the night. Thanks! Alex
Topic by trialex | last reply
So I had a problem choosing a pattern that I was going to decorate a notebook with. I looked up patterns and designs on Google images, but most were either all too complicated or just not appealing to me. So I decided to create my own design. I had a few guidelines for the design: 1. It had to reflect my personality somehow. 2. It can't be too complicated 3. I had to like it, of course. I looked around for inspiration on Google and Ikea, and found this design where it was a feather with stripes surrounded by lines, circles, and curves. And it hit me, a picture surrounded by different patterns. Since I'm Asian, I immediately thought of a cute panda. Then, I google searched a tutorial for a panda, drew it, and behold, a panda! After that, I thought that it needed more, so I started drawing random ovals behind it. The ovals looked too plain so I thought about adding more, with patterns! I drew a variety of patterns in the ovals/circles and the picture is my result. If you look close enough you can see my other attempted patterns on the back of the paper, including feathers and toast. I'm just random like that. Pip pip toodley doo!
Topic by t0ast-tastic | last reply
Hello! I have an idea for a Halloween costume that involves using a service like Spoonflower to create custom fabric to make into a suit. However the design isn't just an all-over design that I can just lay the sewing pattern over and cut out, but instead relies on me being able to make a custom design specifically for each piece of the suit pattern. Basically, I want to do something along these lines, only for something larger like a man's suit. I'm trying to find a digital sewing pattern or template that I could open in Photoshop so I could design each piece of the pattern the way I want it, but either I'm really bad at searching for stuff on the internet, or this sorta stuff is super rare/doesn't exist. I could buy a pattern for the sort of suit I'm looking for, but I'm not sure how I would be able to scan or otherwise transfer that pattern into the computer in an accurate way. I'm afraid I will scan the pieces in poorly and end up with an unusable pattern by the time I'm done. So I suppose my question is: Does anybody know if there are any patterns available in a digital format somewhere online either for free or for purchase? And failing that, does anybody know a reliable way of digitizing a pattern that will insure that the measurements won't be screwed up in the process? Thanks!
Topic by korybing | last reply
If you want some free knitting patterns, like baby booties, baby hats, lace hats and shawls; go visit this site: Knitting My Favorite Craft And by the way...soon Christmas is here...well, at least if we want to have som knitting projects done before Christmas we might start now! On the same site we also have free Christmas Knitting Patterns for you to download. Welcome!
Topic by karennerak | last reply
Christmas is coming and I really want to make a tooth plush for a dentist. but I need some help for the pattern. Can you guys help me please? The one I want to make is the I heart guts tooth. I have a link to the picture. http://www.sourpussclothing.com/get-flossin-tooth-plush.html Can someone please help me with the pattern or instructions?
Question by Wai-LungC | last reply
Would anyone have a Basket liner pattern that I may use? I have a large picnic basket with two flap openings at the top and would dearly like to line it so I can use it as a sewing basket. If you can help me I would really appreciate it. Or if you have any other ideas of how to pretty it up that would be great too. Thanks for your time, Judy
Question by jude1965 | last reply
I'm trying to find a bunch of patterns for various pieces of medieval garb. The idea is that I want to make a bunch of outfits from my book, mostly as visual aids, but also as cosplay (because it's way more fun to dress up as your own characters than someone else's). If anyone can help me find the patterns, I need them for: Tunics (both laced and otherwise) Trousers Hooded cloaks Kirtles (sleeveless and long-sleeved) A buckled leather jacket (i.e. a jacket with buckles in place of buttons) (it's for a male character, by the way) I would preferrably like the patterns to be free, but, if not, I need them to at least be downloadable. The jacket will probably be a little tricky, since it's leather and not a very common design, but if anyone can find somewhere that sells them fairly cheaply, let me know. Of course, I'm not going to dump the work on everyone else and then slack off. I'm going to keep searching as well, so I can compare ideas and suggestions from everyone.
Topic by timmycutts | last reply
Ok, I'm kinda looking to gather some general statistics related to people with a DO-It-Yourself/Constructive/Experimental personality. To a degree it has to do with left-handed/right-handed issue, but I want to take other traits and preferences into consideration. Please humor me and give me some details. I'll post my results and possibly a few guesses as to what they mean. 1)What kind of grades do/did you recieve in school? (A,B,C,D,F) 2)Are you right-handed, left-handed, or fully ambidextrous? 3)What types of books/articles do you read? Novels, How-To, Socialogical, etc. 4)Are you multi-lingual? 5)Were you raised in a one-parent or two-parent home? Other? 6)Do you consider yourself an optimist, or a pessimist? 7)Are you religious/spiritual? 8)WHat is your one greatest priority in life? 9)With most of your projects/experiments do you: succeed, fail, quit, procrastinate.
Topic by skunkbait | last reply
I made a plushie out of nowhere and used a sheet of paper to make a pattern. Now that the plushie is done, I want to make an instructable out of it but I wonder how I can make my paper pattern into a downloadable image or pdf for others to use. I have a scanner but I usually get a bigger image than what I have scanned.
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Question by Stone33 | last reply
On the internet I asked for a pattern for a wallet made of inner tube patterns and found this site. Tried to sign up so that I could see all steps on one page. Now I'm signed up and signed in, the pattern has disappeared. Very frustrating. How can I find this original pattern and have it show up all on one page?
Question by jackie auman | last reply
Http://www.google.com/imgres?q=amigurumi+naruto&um;=1&hl;=en&sa;=N&tbo;=d&biw;=1366&bih;=596&tbm;=isch&tbnid;=OA233Gg8zSorxM:&imgrefurl;=http://craftydork.blogspot.com/2010/08/naruto-uzumaki-amigurumi.html&docid;=SkfbdeXelRzg8M&imgurl;=http://i940.photobucket.com/albums/ad242/JennyDork/Custom%252520Amigurumi/DSCN5871.jpg&w;=448&h;=592&ei;=3OutUMeIK4aRhQedmYGICA&zoom;=1&iact;=rc&dur;=161&sig;=112930114174837872069&page;=1&tbnh;=139&tbnw;=100&start;=0&ndsp;=25&ved;=1t:429,r:11,s:0,i:120&tx;=27&ty;=117 Hi Everybody, I'm new to this forum and I was wondering if I could get some help... It'd be very much appreciated. So Ive just recently taken up amigurumi and Ive done some basic things like poke balls and mario mushrooms, easy enough. However,I want to move on to makng dolls. In particular I want to make a Naruto doll like the one in the link Ive attached. Im finding it difficult to find a pattern for this exact shape of doll though, and also I think I would like to make it smaller anyway.... would anyone be able to give me any advice on this? Actually if anyone knew of any video tutorials on making this shape doll that'd be even better. Also, regarding the colour change in the body, I know how to do a basic colour change where you would have say a row of red and then you change it to white so that the whole next row is white, but if you look at this doll there's a line of black going vertically up his torso and Im not sure how I would go about this type of colour change? It seems complicated? Like I said I would be sooooo grateful for any help anyone could give... I want to make this for someone special :) Thanks guys :)
Topic by radfordr | last reply
I'd love to find a knitting pattern for a chill pill, similar to this one by artist Ben Cuevas - any clever knitters out there who can design one?? http://thelittleknittery.bigcartel.com/product/artist-ben-cuevas-knitted-chill-pill-workshop-sun-dec-5th-2-5-p-m
Topic by gorgeous junk | last reply
A couple of weeks ago, I bought an Ativa (Office Depot store brand) wireless mouse on sale for $15. It appears that they were clearing out stock, because they no longer list it on their website, but this is the closest thing I've found. I like the mouse, particularly because there is a built-in charger in the wireless tranciever for the two Ni-MH AAAs it takes. Yes, AAAs, the link is for a different mouse.Problem: Lousy resolution, I think. the wired Lenovomouse that came with my computer worked just fine on my smooth, blank desk surface, but this one requires much more of a pattern. I don't like mousepads. Scribbles with a pencil work well so far, but they smudge after a day or so. I want to put some sort of pattern on my desk for it to read. My best idea was a laser-cut random bitmap stencil and a can of black spray paint, but I don't have a laser cutter. Ideas?
Topic by CameronSS | last reply
Found what I want online but they are too expensive. I want a geometric, atomic age shade pattern. But, I am open to any other ideas. Here is a link to the type of shade I would like to make: http://www.deadlynightshades.com/category.asp?id=63&page;=2
Question by Rootntootnscoot | last reply
I'm new to arduino. I managed to get one working for my phoenix headpiece, however I'm working on a new project and would love to make something with multiple patterns on about a meter of neopixel strip. I'm not that interested in learning how to write arduino code, and after struggling just to get one basic pattern working last time I am wondering if there are either out of the box controllers out there with pre-programmed patterns (does this exist?), or good apps for generating code that offer something other than frenetic chase/blink type patterns. I really like more organic and/or slow fading patterns. I've found a few things searching online, but given my newness I'm having a hard time narrowing in on what would be best for a total noob :) One alternative to arduino that came up was Pixelblaze, in case anyone has ever used one of those controllers.Any advice welcome!
Question by Natalina
Sprite Stitch is a neat blog devoted to turning classic video game scenes and characters into cross-stitch patterns. Since that just means gridding them out and picking suitable colors, it's also a great resource for all sorts of projects: knitting, mosaics, or even LED art. Who doesn't want a Pac-Man scarf, a Super Mario Brothers tiled shower, or a glowing wall of Space Invaders?Bookmark this one for future use. I'll be referencing it when we redo our bathrooms.
Topic by canida | last reply
I'm looking for a light women's coat pattern that's fitted through the bust and shoulders to the waist, and flared at the bottom. Knee length if possible, but I can always lengthen it. Military style, perhaps? I'm looking to put an EL wire design on the back, so it needs to have some support but nothing to heavy, as it would be a costume piece. Thanks!
Question by BanasLabs | last reply
I enjoy sewing but I can figure out a way to make more real-like stuffed animals. I mainly like to sew "mythical creatures" such as dragons, birds ect. I am having difficulty in designing a pattren to make stuffed animals.
Question by SewWhat!! | last reply
I'd like to make a sheet metal ball, maybe two inches in diameter. I've seen on "how they make it" (or some show) that they die cut paper for globes and then form the cut paper over a cardboard hemisphere. The paper is die cut in a pattern so that the cut pieces come together to form the hemisphere with no creasing or folding. I've googled with no answers (at least that I could find). Thank you! Steve
Question by Ststephen7 | last reply
Date: Jul 27, 2008. 11:48 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 3:49 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:14 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 12:00 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 11:34 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 5:09 PM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:07 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 6:33 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 1:24 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 6:05 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 8:31 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 8:57 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 9:22 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 1:59 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 11:19 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 5:16 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 8:52 PM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:16 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:09 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 4:27 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 5:52 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 3:28 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 6:16 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 3:48 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 9:17 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 8:59 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 5:34 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 7:16 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 8:44 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:05 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 3:44 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 7:09 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 5:43 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 9:54 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 8:58 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:11 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 11:44 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 6:32 PM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:16 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 9:12 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 10:31 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:03 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 6:04 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 5:58 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 4:37 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 11:46 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 8:36 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 1:33 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 10:29 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:07 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 8:27 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 4:24 PM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 6:09 AM Date: Jul 27, 2008. 5:40 PM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 1:14 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:03 AM Date: Jul 28, 2008. 12:04 AM No? Neither do I, but this is the order of the comments in the "daily summary" email I just got. Why are they random? Wouldn't it make more sense for them to be in chronological order? Or is that asking too much of Robot?
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
Hi, I'm wanting to make 2 smallish teddy bears one for my daughter out of her dads old army shirt and another for my husband out of daughters old sleepsuit, I cant seem to find a pattern anywhere, I ideally want a hand sewn pattern that's fairly simple as never made one before, if anyone could help me it would be greatly appreciated as wanting to make them for each other so they can have while he's away on tour x
Topic by aysmith | last reply
I've downloaded Pepakura and I can't figure out how to do it. My ultimate goal is to make Peas in a pod out of sheet metal for my wife. I've made the pod (and figured out how to work with, and weld sheet metal in the process. I don't know how I'm going to make sheet metal spheres about the size of baseballs. I've seen on "how it's made' how they used flat sheets of paper, die cut them, and then kind of folded them over a hemispherical form to make half a globe. I just need that pattern. Anyone? Thank you! Steve
Question by Ststephen7 | last reply
As a child I fell in love with the shoes in the photos of a National Geographic magazine story on Morocco. They looked something like this attached photo. Does anyone have a pattern to share?
Question by firehorse | last reply
Looking for a wolf hat pattern for crochet, I have searched everywhere. For teen boy. Thanks
Topic by Connorscorner
Say if there were a template or pattern someone would need to print off from my project, how would I put a PDF file on the instructable? For example: https://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-Smurf-Costume-with-Pattern/
Question by gogglecrab | last reply
So I've come up with a sweet idea for sweatshirts for the Deutsch Klub at my school, but the only problem is that the diamond pattern is a bit expensive. Apparently the local retailer that the club usually gets it's sweatshirts from doesn't have a machine capable of printing the pattern over the entire shirt, as I understand it. Or it just costs too much. But anyways, I was wondering if anyone knows of an online retailer that I could get that pattern from (or a similar one at least) for fairly cheap. Thanks in advance.
Question by RelaxedSoup | last reply