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How to strip vinyl toys for customization.
(I used kidrobot "dunny" toys for this demo, but can still be used to strip paint off of most figure toys, although if it's not soft vinyl it may not come apart as easy as that.. usually it works best if you prime before you paint. I use acrylic paint, but don't prime so it depends.. now have fun making your own toys!)
http://forums.kidrobot.com/viewtopic.php?t=130680
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Crochet Basics
http://www.youtube.com/user/crochet
and Moderate to Advanced Patterns and Stitches
http://www.youtube.com/user/tjw1963
(Teresa teaches you on camera what still illustrations cannot.)
submitted by: [Kiddalee]



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2010-10-20 [SilverFire]: Anyone interested in knitting/crochet should definitely join up to www.ravelry.com . Also, for crochet there is crochetme.com and craftster for showcasing all crafty things. There is also an incredibly awesome, geeky blag somewhere that shows geek-related crafts (crocheted Marios, cross-stitched scenes from old games, etc) but I can't remember the name of it right now.

2010-10-23 [Anvikit]: Thank you :) I bookmarked ravelry I will have to check it out sometime :D

2010-11-07 [SilverFire]: http://www.mailleartisans.org for chain mail peoples.

2010-11-07 [Linderel]: Plz to add them on the page itself? :D

2010-11-07 [SilverFire]: I was going to, but I wasn't sure how you want it organised - all in a big list, one after the other, or by type? All Metal/wire resources together, all yarn resources together, all toy mod resources together?

2010-11-08 [Linderel]: By type sounds best, even if it's going to look silly at first.

2012-02-27 [iippo]: I'll bug you people because you're the coolest people in town!

So I knitted a ball. And now I want to stitch pictures on this ball that I knitted (couple of arrows, a shield logo thinger, maybe some text if I can think of the right wording etc... nothing really complicated, just sort of easy one-colour designs). What would be the best stitch forward? How would you do it?

2012-02-28 [iippo]: The best stitch forward is the stitch backwards, I like the way you think :P
It looks like the kind of thing one could use to fill in solid colour too, oui?

2012-02-28 [SilverFire]: Er... I guess you could if you wanted. But really, for solid colour you want satin stitch.

2012-05-11 [Anvikit]: Holy crap thank you silverfire! .. I've always skipped spaces one way then came back the other way and had problems with coming up through the thread holes not looking right! This is awesome! .. Just thought you should know.

2012-05-12 [SilverFire]: Glad to help. X)

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