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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    All types . . Show us your projects! I want to see what you can make.

    Show everyone what you've made or what you want to make. Read this thread if you're looking for cool ideas. Include as much detail as possible. Processes, tools used and tips are appreciated. Photos and videos are a plus.



    Post inspired by a recent conversation on ISTP Random Musings Thread.
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    I have a lot of hobbies... mostly arts & crafts type of hobbies: sewing, machine embroidery, hand embroidery, bookbinding, various paper crafts, knitting (especially socks), and I'm a freelance artist- so painting, drawing, illustration, etc.

    As for pictures... hmm. Well, I shared a couple finished artwork in the "share your art" thread in the Art Museum subforum here.

    I guess I could just share the public photo albums from my Facebook:
    Art, paper crafts, and bookbinding: Click here
    Sewing and embroidery: Click here
    Knitting: Click here

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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    Quote Originally Posted by NiamhD View Post
    I have a lot of hobbies... mostly arts & crafts type of hobbies: sewing, machine embroidery, hand embroidery, bookbinding, various paper crafts, knitting (especially socks), and I'm a freelance artist- so painting, drawing, illustration, etc.

    As for pictures... hmm. Well, I shared a couple finished artwork in the "share your art" thread in the Art Museum subforum here.

    I guess I could just share the public photo albums from my Facebook:
    Art, paper crafts, and bookbinding: Click here
    Sewing and embroidery: Click here
    Knitting: Click here
    The green knee high socks are my favourite. Do you knit the heel of the sock by continuing to knit along those 2 needles and stopping at the front? If so that's cool, steering the shape and using your own foot as a form is neat.
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    My entertainment-wall. Not finished.
    DSC_0470.jpg
    Built custom water-cooling for the computer, painted the walls white and green, everything is physically linked, painted desk-edge black, cable-management is very neat but not done.

    I have a rough idea what's missing. The overall look won't change that much when it's completely finished.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightynim View Post
    The green knee high socks are my favourite. Do you knit the heel of the sock by continuing to knit along those 2 needles and stopping at the front? If so that's cool, steering the shape and using your own foot as a form is neat.
    Socks are split up into 5 sections: Cuff, Leg, Heel & Gusset, Foot, and Toe. The heel is done (by using half the stitches- the other half sit stagnant on another needle) by knitting a heel flap, turning the heel, then connecting the sides of the heel flap to the rest of the stitches. That probably sounded really confusing. Let me see if I can find some diagrams...

    The-Anatomy-of-Sock-Knitting.jpg
    heel-flap-420x300.jpg

    Here's a video (there's 3 of them). The lady is super boring though... it's the first video I googled, lol... I'm sure there are better ones out there:

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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    No that's pretty much exactly what I was imagining.

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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    cordwood+walls.jpg

    Wood masonry is really intriguing to me. I am thinking about making a miniaturized cabin to test how it works.
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    Here's some of my work over the years. Prepare for spam
    Last edited by VioletEvergarden; 02-11-2017 at 01:09 PM.
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    Fuuuuuuuccccckkkkkkkk

    The only recent thing I've made was a kickass Harry Potter wand thingy I made for the ex. Annnnnd, I ain't got no pics anymore.

    But, what I did was saw off a small branch from the cherry tree in my backyard, stripped the bark and used my oven as a kiln to make sure it was 100% dried out. From there I whittled it down into a pretty kickass wand. I sanded it down super smooth, stained and sealed it. I put a tiny magnet on the tip.

    There was also a bunch of tiny bottles, that I glued magnets to the bottom on. And then! I took some colorful tiny strips of paper and drew a bunch of stick figure representations of happy memories and put them into the bottles.

    Bam! Memory recall pensive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nubb View Post
    Here's some of my work over the years. Prepare for spam
    I hope you charge a whole lot of fucking money for that.
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