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1  Re: Quilty Quacky laptop sleeve (now with instructions!) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by funtobewith on: January 14, 2010 10:07:52 PM
Here's mine... a lot more "unfinished" looking, but I just got my netbook and I have no idea which direction I want to go, but wanted to put it in something while I decide.

I chose to serge and leave the edges exposed Smiley It's almost cute but very functional.

Thanks SO much for the instructions Smiley



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2  Machine Embroidery Ornaments in Winter Holidays by funtobewith on: December 26, 2009 08:51:39 PM
Simple, 2-sided, stuffed ornaments... Smiley late for this year... but it happens Smiley

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3  Ribbon Candy Ornaments in Winter Holidays by funtobewith on: December 05, 2009 09:07:17 PM
Saw these kits at WM a few years back... I bought them ALL... and also got some ribbons to duplicate them. I still have some yet to do, but I whipped these up tonight while DS and DH watched UFC... the more they yelled, the harder I worked so I wouldn't have to *watch* the fights! LOL

Enjoy!



Supplies & Instructions
23" ribbon
thread
ruler
pen
cheapie beads
ornament hanger

measure 23" of ribbon, mark off every 2", thread needle and knot, thread on 1 bead, run thread thru the loop to knot bead on thread, pull needle thru center of ribbon at first marking, add a bead, run needle thru center of ribbon at second marking, continue to last marking, add another bead at top, thread ornament hanger thru last bead and tie off and cut thread
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4  Summertime Table Runner - strip quilted in Quilting: Completed Projects by funtobewith on: June 28, 2009 06:09:37 PM
Saw this in www.allpeoplequilt.com and finally made it.

I used 5 fat quarters: 4 red, 1 green, and some scrap white and green for the backing. I think its very cute.

Now to just find some heart-shaped black buttons for the seeds!

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5  Re: Prom Flowers- wrist corsage & boutonniere in Completed Projects by funtobewith on: May 17, 2009 06:48:20 PM
Thanks! She did like them.

Corsage - Actually I cheated, the flowers were already formed and glued to another sheer ribbon, so I peeled them off carefully and sewed them to another sheer ribbon, in a clump of 5.

Boutonniere - The other 3 I wired and wrapped with floral tape, then grouped and tied the tiny ribbon bow around.

Here is a photo of them in action Smiley

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6  Prom Flowers- wrist corsage & boutonniere in Completed Projects by funtobewith on: May 16, 2009 02:17:25 PM
Made these for DS and his GF for the prom today. I think they turned out well. Hope she appreciates the work, not sure if she'll love them or not. Enjoy!

Ribbon, thread, wire and floral tape.



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7  Ribbon Lei in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by funtobewith on: February 21, 2009 09:46:04 PM
Got instruction books, then finally found ribbon online - here is my fist lei. White Ginger

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8  Re: Ribbon Crocus Leis in Discussion and Questions by funtobewith on: February 21, 2009 09:44:31 PM
I finally got my ribbon and got ONE made! It is white ginger. What do you think?

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9  Fast Easy Summer/Hawaiian Top in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by funtobewith on: February 15, 2009 08:36:40 PM


Takes about 2 yards of fabric

Fold lengthwise, sew short ends together (yes, all 4) - making a tube
Fold over the selvage edge making a channel for elastic
Measure your chest, just under your armpits - cut elastic
Thread elastic thru the channel, sew ends together
And VIOLA! An easy peasy breezy top!

Sorry about the crazy tilted photo Smiley
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10  SuperHero capes in Machine Embroidery: Completed Projects by funtobewith on: February 07, 2009 06:42:55 PM
My GF wanted some capes for her kiddos... I was uninspired until I thought of these. I can see things I'd change for next time, but I think they're pretty fantastic and so do the kiddos Smiley






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