Creating stuff (Paddy the skirt is in here)

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Creating stuff (Paddy the skirt is in here)

Post by logical-cents on Thu Mar 11, 2010 10:29 pm

One side of skirt (the flowery tie next to the bronze one my brothers loves and wanted)



Other side



Jeans

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Post by Paddy on Fri Mar 12, 2010 6:29 am

Oh LC - Those are cool, very cool, both the skirt and the jeans.

You do have vision, imagination and talent aplenty, don't you?

And, your brother knows a beaut tie when see's one. Nice, innit, LC's brother. Bah Humbug, eh LC's brother? (Just teasing, LC, I am most impressed).

Thanks again 'n Bloody Well Done too, mate. Bloody well done indeed.
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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:53 pm

WOW LC

Such an awesome creative idea. I'm pretty sure, 'People' would love the skirts and jeans and would want to buy, perhaps a buy now on TM. Go you, just love, lovvvve the combinations of designs and colour!!! Very cool LC, hope to hear your raking in the $$$$ and being named top NZ clothing designer in the near future!! flower

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Post by logical-cents on Fri Mar 12, 2010 11:20 pm

I am so sure that I posted a reply after Paddy in here last night. Obviously I pressed a wrong button somewhere. Anyway thanks for the comments.

This is gonna be another of my projects - a deluxe housing complex for the kittens.

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Post by Admin (Paddy) on Tue Mar 16, 2010 7:05 am

Crikey LC - you're certainly planning to spoil ya cats with a Castle like that to play within, mate.
I've had to hide this page from TBT when she was on me lap, in case she saw it and she feels left out (as she should, she is).

What sorta materials are you planning to use, LC? Is it going to be an strictly Indoors Castle, or maybe outdoors sometimes too?

Don't forget to wire some of the toys up to a battery and a remote, so ya can givem a 'zap' when you're fed up with them - they won't blame you, cos you'll be on the other side of the room, zap.
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Post by logical-cents on Tue Mar 16, 2010 7:12 am

lol Paddy, I'd actually like them to use it, not be scared that it's gonna zap em. It'll be for inside use (Dad will prob make it stay in the shed). How I'm gonna get it back to Cambridge is yet unknown though. I'm gonna use wood and nails and carpets and rugs and fluffy materials/blankets.
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Post by Paddy on Tue Mar 16, 2010 8:30 am

Pffft, you're a big softie, LC. Wire it up, ya don't HAVE to zap them, but hey, it could liven up an otherwise dull day?

Oh, and um, I wouldn't use nails on a lot if it.

Use instead, screws - 'SuperScrews' I think they are called - ya don't have to predrill holes, they drill em as they go in - which means if needs be, parts can be unscrewed for transporting.

Now, I dunno if your wrist injury has properly healed, but I'd not risk using a screwdriver - use if you can, an electric drill with a screwdriver bit in it, 'n you'll whizz through with no pain and lots of gain.

I do hope that you share ya progress with us on these projects, LC - its so neat to see someone actually creating something.

Oh, and when you ask the nice young man at Mitre10 or where ever, for a Super Screw, you're allowed to blush. Ya wanna make HIM blush, tell him ya want dozens of them!
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Post by logical-cents on Tue Mar 16, 2010 8:39 am

My wrist hasn't actually played up for quite a while now. My right one has been aching these past few days but think that's more to do with RSI or similar.

I did think of screwing it, but regardless of what I use it won't be able to come apart unless you take of the carpet which will be tacked on over top of it all. But might just have to ask at Bunnings for some super screws.

I've got another project too and that is preparing and painting two scotch chest type of drawers and two beside cabinets. Gotta sand em and prime em up before painting.
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