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11  My new old cabinet in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by evilSabina on: January 24, 2011 12:33:17 PM
I forgot to take pics of the whole thing, but did get pics of the top before the transformation.

The after:



closeup of the groovy knobs we got:



Another closeup:



It looks a little orange, but it's more of a barn red. The hubby scraped the finish off. I painted two coats of raw umber milk paint, topped it with one coat of red milk paint and sealed it with a couple coats of tung oil.

This is what it looked like before:

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12  Re: Friends of Craftster Raffle Swap R9 FOCR R9 (Signups 12/27-1/21 Sendouts 2/1) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by evilSabina on: January 17, 2011 07:25:52 PM
So after searching for about an hour in the place where I KNEW I had this stashed, I looked and found it elsewhere.

Made from felted wool sweaters. I also needle felted designs on them. I hope y'all like them.

Mittens:



and a mini stocking:

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13  Re: 50 Projects 2010 in Craftalongs by evilSabina on: October 09, 2010 07:58:52 PM
Okay, here are some photos. I did NOT do all of the work. My husband did most of it, cuz he's awesome and cuz someone has to watch the baby. Smiley

Our concrete countertop and tile backsplash: I helped with the pour and we both worked on the grout. I designed the backsplash.




And our sink cabinet- I designed it, hubby built it. It doesn't show well in the photo, but I painted it with milk paint and then antiqued it-- not too heavily. We'll be installing an apron front sink. The color is more of a French blue-- more subdued than the photo. We haven't made the doors yet.


I LOVE my countertops, but I would not recommend pouring in place-- it's really messy, and continues to be messy as you sand/grind it. It wasn't too bad for us, cuz we couldn't use our kitchen anyway.
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14  Ugly office chair is now pretty in pink! in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by evilSabina on: May 24, 2010 07:22:43 PM
This is my new sewing chair. I got an ugly office chair and re-covered it. I love this fabric. Pink and circles! Hooray! Now if we can just finish the addition I'll have a place to put it. Wink



Here's the chair before:

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15  Scrap Exchange Warehouse Sale 3/27/10! in North Carolina by evilSabina on: March 07, 2010 07:08:15 AM
Warehouse Fabric Sale!
Liberty Warehouse, 500 block of Foster Street, Durham
Saturday, March 27

9am to 10am ~ Preview Sale!
Friends Members Only ~ memberships available at the door

10am to 1pm
Open to the public

The Scrap Exchange has TONS! of fabric in our warehouse. From one-of-a-kind designer swatches, rolls of fabric, by the bolt or the bag. Everything is a bargain!

Get a huge bag of fabric for only $10!

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16  Re: 50 Projects 2010 in Craftalongs by evilSabina on: March 01, 2010 05:04:58 PM
I just posted my tiny project in the craft challenge. A tiny terrarium.
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=339879.0

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17  Tiny Terrarium-- piggy's new home! in CHALLENGE 48 ENTRIES by evilSabina on: March 01, 2010 05:02:36 PM
A former coworker, Phoebe, turned me onto the terrarium craze. Seems like everyone's doing them. I'm all for jumping on the bandwagon if it's a wagon of coolness. And the tiny challenge seemed like the perfect opportunity to make a mossarium.
I figured I could use a baby food jar, but it was 2 1/2 inches. Grr. So I went down to The Scrap Exhange, a creative reuse center, and found the perfect little jar. And a piggy. Total cost? Seventy-five cents.
Piggy seemed a little sparse by himself. I got some toothpicks from my mother-in-law, cut them up and glued them together to make a fence. But... it's a little moist inside piggy's home and the fence fell apart. So instead of getting some outdoor glue, I cut some thin strips of raffia and tied it together. Talk about a PITA!
It still needed a little something, so I figured I'd add a flower. I cut up the hubby's Mountain Dew can and used an industrial staple that I had yanked out of something and Voila! A pretty little flower. I hope you like it!





With the lid on...


A closeup of the fence:
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18  Re: 50 Projects 2010 in Craftalongs by evilSabina on: February 04, 2010 05:30:59 PM
Ok, I've updated my list, color-coded it and added to it. And I finished a project. Hooray!

WIP are in red, completed crossed out.

1. I've been wanting to take more pics of stuff I make and actually post them, so this whole thing should help with that. I've done 2 so far...
2. Make fabric drawers for my unmentionables.
3. Finish roman blinds for my Son's roomI started before he was born. He's 8 months now.
4. Put shelves up in the kiddo's closet.
5. Rain garden!
6. Make some garden paths in the front yard.
7. Make a veggie garden.
8. Plant some flowers bordering the sidewalk.
9. Landscape the side yardit has nothingnot even weeds.
10. Make a work table for my new sewing area.
11. Make cute storage containers for my crafty stuff.
12. Name books for my son, niece and nephew.
13. Find and decorate a recipe box.
14. Re-cover a desk chair we got for free.
15. Re-cover an ottoman we got for $7.00.
16. Decorate the hula hoop my hubby made me for Christmas.
17. Clothing book for my son.
18. Wrapping paper organizer.
19. Finish the diaper bag I started 9 months ago
20. Decorate the ugly hanging planters I have.
21. Make a charging station.
22. Build a hutch for the buffet that's going in my sewing/craft area.
23. Make some kitchen cabinets.
24. Glaze all the kitchen cabinets.
25. Make a headboard out of an old window.
26. Organize our woodshop/studioits terrifying.
27. Make an ironing board cabinet.
28. Fabric magnets.
29. Hippo stuffy.
30. Shopping cart cover.
31. Shower curtain for the new bathroom.
32. Built-in shelves and benches in the addition.
33. Build a built-in bar area.
34. Make some needle books.
35. Sewing machine cozy.
36. Thread catcher.
37. Finish our bedroom closet. It's so close!
38. Make an entry table.
39. Make a bookshelf/cabinet for sewing/craft area.
40. Service my sewing machine.
41. Make some slippers for me.
42. Handmade Christmas.
43. PincushionIve got one, but  I want a cute one.
44. Xmas stockings for my family.
45. Organize my fabric and crafty stuff.
46. Crib rail guards
47.Make a circle scarf like agedderts!

Here's the link to my new diaper bag
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?board=11.0

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19  9 months in the making... a diaper bag! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by evilSabina on: February 04, 2010 05:11:03 PM
I started this before my son was born. He's now 8 1/2 months. I used Butterick pattern B4560. It didn't actually take 9 months to do, but I found all the pockets annoying to do (and yet so desirable to have), so it was hard to get motivated. I got the fabric at the creative reuse center where I worked, so the only things I bought new were the thread and the keychain swivel clasp.




One of 7 pockets!

lotsa room inside!

and I'll be able to find my keys Smiley
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20  Owl crib rail guards in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by evilSabina on: January 31, 2010 06:52:07 PM
So my son has learned to stand up (but not sit back down yet). And so he started eating his crib. Shocked



I made these as quickly as I could. So quickly, that after sewing up and trimming the seams on the first one, I realized the ribbon ties were on the inside. Angry But I have since fixed that, and now he chews on the rail guards instead of his crib.


If you look closely you can see the dog hair that is already on it. Undecided
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