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21  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Yellow Summery Pleated Skirt on: February 19, 2006 04:20:45 PM
What's a great thing to make on a freezing cold winter day? A short summery skirt, of course!

Actually, I lied.. it took much longer than a day. But I love it, and wish I could wear it now.. but it's not exactly the best thing for 20 degree weather. So, I guess I'll have to wait.. or just wear it around the house until it warms up outside.





It started out as a set of PB Teen sheets.. we have an outlet near us, and they had a great sale.. $7 for a set of twin sheets! SO I got a set for my bed, and another set to make matching pajama pants (it's like camouflage on my bed! where did my legs go?) and then I still had tons left and figured it would be the perfect skirt fabric!

I didn't even use a pattern.. just cut a long rectangle, then began pleating. I added a band, then a zipper.. it was tricky, I've never done one like this before, so I'm especially proud of it! And since I used the edge of the sheet, it was already hemmed! Then I just added darts around the band, and voila! It sounds simple, but.. well.. no. Smiley But totally worth it!

I still need to line it somehow, because it's such a light fabric.. you can't see through it, but I'm still not completely comfortable with it how it is. I also need to figure out a way to make my pleats stay better.. any ideas?

Overall, I'm really proud of it Smiley and I can't wait to wear it!

for larger pictures go to http://www.fluffyland.com/blog
22  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Get Product and Website Opinions / What do you think of my site, Fluffy Stuff? (now ready!) on: June 24, 2005 05:47:45 PM
First of all, here is my site's url: http://www.fluffyland.com

I just want some opinions. Do you think the layout is professional enough? Do you think my stuff is good enough? Are my prices okay? Whatever you notice, please tell me. Smiley And if you think something should be changed, give me tips on how to change it as well.

Thank you so much! Smiley

the layout has been changed!
23  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Tiny fleece guys on: October 28, 2004 12:30:40 PM
I had a tiny scrap if printed fleece, with these cute little animals on it, so I cut them out and sewed them together. They're two-sided, and so tiny! They had slight problems with lining up properly, so this picture is of their better side:

http://www.fluffyland.com/images/plushies/fleecemini.jpg


This is one of them with my hand, for scale.. they're really tiny!
http://www.fluffyland.com/images/plushies/fleecemini2.jpg


the things you can do with a one foot square of fleece.. Smiley
24  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / C is for.. Craftster! on: October 28, 2004 12:22:38 PM
This is a stuffed 'C' I made for my friend Caroline for her birthday.. the front is pink stretchy velvet, and the back is white knit with black polka dots. I also tied a ribbon on it, for an extra something.

The front:
http://www.fluffyland.com/images/plushies/cpillow.jpg

The back:
http://www.fluffyland.com/images/plushies/cpillowback.jpg

She loved it.. and of course it looks like one of those neck pillow things, so she wore it like that for most of the day.
25  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / Piping? on: September 19, 2004 10:36:15 AM
How do I use piping? Does anyone know of a good tutorial? Thanks! Cheesy
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