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1  La Virgen de Guadalupe in Needlework: Completed Projects by bmelove on: March 19, 2008 07:46:08 PM
School is boring so I completed this in school. Wink (but don't worry I did it during my free-time)
It's from a Sublime pattern.

Whole Piece:

Close up on face:

Banner:


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2  Felt pouch (added another one) in Needlework: Completed Projects by bmelove on: March 14, 2008 10:49:37 AM
Hello!
I hope everyone is doing fine.
I just wanted to share my felt pouch I made for my friend.
The idea was taken from a blog I don't remember (it was some time ago) it was a felt pouch for her iPod, but I decided to make a regular pouch, pretty small. But yeah here it is:

The front:


The back:


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Here's a green one!
Front:


Back:
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3  My Rasta Bag Edited in Needlework: Completed Projects by bmelove on: February 02, 2008 05:15:30 PM
Hello everyone!
My name's Lynette & i've been a member for a while, but this is my first post.


I received this bag as a gift from my friend when she went to Mexico. It's such an awesome bag, but I had a sudden urge to embroider!  Since it was Rasta colors, I went with a theme of using Rasta colors, and even button hearts and a flapper girl to go with it. I broke the theme when I wanted to embroider the birds, but it came out pretty alright. With this being my first embroidery project, I'm pleased with the results.

Here's the whole bag:


This is the front:


This is the back:


These are the close ups of the birds:



This is the left strap:


This is the right strap:



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Comments and criticism is always appreciated.

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