Tinkerton

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  1. I always enjoy seeing your work
  2. Try stores that carry jewellery making supplies. I've seen these type of plates there before.
  3. With that last one, it almost looks like your machine or needle may be out of alignment. Also, do you take your time with the stitching, or do you rush it through?
  4. Good that this guy was shut down, at least for now. As for Pinterest, it's essentially an image based bookmarking system. If you're not wild about your work being pinned by someone, you can contact Pinterest and they will remove the pin.
  5. While I'd love to be able to claim ownership of the design, I'm not that good of an artist. The original picture is by nirvanaoftime.deviantart.com/ Her artwork is phenomenal.
  6. I really like the two with the splatter dye jobs
  7. I went over the lines carefully and repeatedly.
  8. Tinkerton,

    I just came across the post of the leather shoes that you made. I was wondering if you have or can instruct me on were to get the pattern for those. I would love to make some for my family.

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      Tinkerton

      I bought the pattern here https://www.craftsy.com/other/patterns/happy-feet-36-42-size-shoe-video/155078

      after seeing it on www.instructibles.com

  9. So, it's been a while since I've picked up my stamps, but recently I made a wallet for my friend. Took me a little while to get back into the swing of things, but I'm for the most part pleased with how it turned out.
  10. I really love the vibrant colours!
  11. Normally, I think skulls look really cliche and tacky. This is amazing!
  12. Coat the back of the rivet with clear nail polish where it would touch the skin. It's a trick women use a lot with costume jewelry. It creates a barrier between the metal and the skin so there's no direct contact. Coat the back of the rivet with clear nail polish where it would touch the skin. It's a trick women use a lot with costume jewelry. It creates a barrier between the metal and the skin so there's no direct contact.
  13. So from the knee down?
  14. That looks badass. I can't wait to see the full armor!