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1  Scotty potholders in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Alisek on: November 18, 2007 03:39:10 AM
Hi everybody!
I finished a pair of potholders for my mum who's dog has passed away this summer. I will give it to her under the Christmas  tree. So now she can have two of them! I made the pattern myself.

Pattern is:

The result is:

I believe she will like it.
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2  Something warm for upcoming winter... in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by Alisek on: November 17, 2007 12:31:54 PM
Hi there!
Here in Europe it gets quickly very cold so I was thinking to make some nice outfit for my little baby girl (she got her ears pierced today...Embarrassed). It is completely lined with fleece. I also have a jacket from this outfit, so now we make a perfect match.

Here is my girls jacket.

And here is my jacket.

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3  Just another dress... in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by Alisek on: October 04, 2007 01:54:57 AM
Hi, I made this one in advance for my little baby girl.

Till next time.

OK, as I promissed, here is the pattern. Feel free to use it.
This is the first page. Connect it to the second page and then cut the pieces each separately.

...the second page...

If you need any help, just ask for it.
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4  Baby dress and trousers, pattern included in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by Alisek on: September 21, 2007 04:41:03 AM
Hello everyone!

I sew a combination of short dress and trousers, added some few ruffles and here it goes!


Feel free to use the pattern I made. Its also easy and you can use your own creativity to customize both garments.


Till next time
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5  Baby hat with feelers, pattern + tutorial included in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by Alisek on: September 13, 2007 09:14:37 AM
Hi there!
I just made some hats for my baby girl so I thought it could be helpful for someone if I share this idea. The hat is totally easy to make and could be a good gift if you are in a hurry or just simply want to make something customized.

Lets see...
Okay, you start with a piece of some at least a little bit stretchy fabric. I made this one from heavy knitted fabric.
Pin parts as shown here and sew, best results on serger.
Prepare 2 ties approx. 20 cm long, finish their ends in the fire so that they won't frazzle. Pin them as shown.
After sewing of all parts (shown bellow), turn the feelers right side is up. Sew the bottom so that it makes a circle.
Turn the bottom right side up and place the feelers inside the hat and sew the top of the hat.
Attach the bottom to the finished top, in case of problems, use the marks in the pattern (A, B).
Finished hat.

I also added some hot-fix stones to make it special.
And finally here goes the pattern.

I am European so I use metric measurements...hope you can handle.
Till next time.
Alena Wink
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