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1  Ity, Bity, Mini Winter Quilt in Quilting: Completed Projects by JenB on: September 01, 2009 06:08:30 PM
I'm mailing this little quilt off tomorrow as a giveaway prize, but I thought I'd show it off one last time before it's out of my hands forever. Cheesy

It's a little mini quilt I put together with machine applique and stitching ( I designed it and digitized it, so it wasn't totally cheating Cheesy).

It's really tiny - Perfect for Barbie.

Thanks for looking,

Jen Baer

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2  Re: My first embroidered purse in Needlework: Completed Projects by JenB on: June 20, 2008 06:53:53 AM

Here's some bigger images for you.


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3  My first embroidered purse in Needlework: Completed Projects by JenB on: June 19, 2008 03:47:34 PM
This is my first purse project.

I bought a green skirt at the Salvation Army and turned it into a purse by cutting off some of the length and sewing the base together. I used the length that I trimmed for the strap.

I bought some really pretty Amy Butler fabric to line it and embelish it. I then doodled some vines and flowers (that kind of went with the fabric) onto the base of the purse. I matched the floss colors to the fabric and stitched away.

I hope you like it. Cheesy


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4  Stitch Queen :D in Needlework: Completed Projects by JenB on: June 13, 2008 07:26:00 PM
OK, I'm a little nervous posting this. It's a bit presumptuous, I know, but let me explain before I get myself in trouble.

I teach a little embroidery class in our small town, and I needed to make something that would designate me as the teacher.. sooo I deemed my self the "stitch queen" LOL.  I am by no means the BEST, but I like to stitch a whole lot... so here she is my stitch queen with the pin cushion hair, and funny face.
I hope you like how she turned out. Cheesy


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5  3 year old birthday cake in Dessert by JenB on: April 03, 2008 12:26:06 PM
This is my dilemma... I have made it a tradition to make homemade birthday cakes for my sons birthday. The first year I made a bear and it turned out great. The second year I made a race car and it turned out great. This year I am absolutely stumped as to what I should make him.

He's into so many things right now I really don't have one solid plan for a theme. Arghh!

Here's pics of his first two cakes.

Any ideas?

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