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1  An antique tin toy...knitting! Who is it? Look and see..... in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by fl_mariposa on: June 20, 2005 02:03:26 PM
It's Minnie Mouse! They have a display of antique tin toys from Japan on display in the Japan area, and I just had to take a pic to show you guys. Isn't she adorable? I'd love to see what she looks like when she's wound up.
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2  Re: The O.C. Swap in The Swap Gallery by fl_mariposa on: May 22, 2005 12:19:57 PM
Ahh,here we go. The pics don't do justice.  Smiley

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3  Butterick 6347 view C in Sewing Pattern Reviews by fl_mariposa on: May 20, 2005 10:51:23 AM
I did Butterick 6347, view C, which are capri pants. It's a fast and easy pattern, took me about 2 hours total from cutting out the pattern to finishing. I did everything on my serger, except the waist casing and hemming. The only thing I don't like about the pattern is the waist is super high. I cut off about 4 inches to make it fit the way I wanted. Other than that, quick, easy, comfy, cute pants!

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4  Re: Show off your hair! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by fl_mariposa on: March 30, 2005 04:04:41 PM
Mine is auburn with fuschia highlights-
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5  Re: Skirt from Vintage fabric and necktie. in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by fl_mariposa on: March 22, 2005 05:25:15 PM
You need to use brackets [ and just use img for the pic to show

BTW, love the skirt!
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6  Re: Series of Unfortunate Events Costumes in Designer Clothing Homage by fl_mariposa on: February 07, 2005 03:49:42 PM
The site doesn't like you hotlinking, so here's the pic:
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7  Burda 8316 view A in Sewing Pattern Reviews by fl_mariposa on: January 03, 2005 10:37:52 AM
This is one of Burda's starter pants patterns, meant to be very easy, for someone who is a new sewer. The pants were very easy to make and I had no problems (other than with interfacing, but that's my fault for not labeling iron on vs. sew on) I highly recommend these pants. They're comfy, they fit great, and they're so easy. I used a basic twill from Joann's that was around $2-3 a yard, add in the zipper, I had a button, and the pattern, these pants cost less than $20 to make. And I will be using this pattern again and again (it's SO easy to customize! the fit is what is important)  Hope you like! If you have any questions, feel free. Oh and if you're making white pants, don't be like me and wear purple undies when modeling! lol

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8  Re: Series of Unfortunate Events Costumes in Designer Clothing Homage by fl_mariposa on: December 23, 2004 09:47:07 AM
Ok, here are the best pics I could find of Violet's costume. Not too many of Sunny's cape that I could find. Now, someone who is awesome and wonderful needs to figure out how we can put this together!! The front is very easy to find pictures of, but not of the bottom or whole thing. None from the back so that will have to be fudged.


*edited* I want to add after seeing the movie a second time, the back also laces up. It seems like a corset attached to a somewhat asymmetrical skirt and puffy sleeves with fishnet.
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9  Seasonal grapevine wreath in Winter Holidays by fl_mariposa on: December 12, 2004 04:19:14 PM
I got the wreath for $7 at the end of fall last year. I never thought to take pics until now, so I only have my winter wreath to show. Anyway, it hangs in our living room, and I use ribbons/bells/flowers, anything seasonal (I like to wait until after holidays, you can get things like that REALLY cheap) In the fall, I use pumpkins, gourds, black tulle, faux leaves. Spring is pansies, green ribbon. You get the idea. Hope you like
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10  Re: My cellphone "BLING-BLING" in Completed Projects by fl_mariposa on: December 12, 2004 04:16:16 PM
Here's mine-I'd like to get some tiny rhinestones for the front, but I love butterflies so they were my first choice. Didn't have E6000 at the store so I got Aleenes 7800. Basically same type of stuff. Anyway, here's mine:
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