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11  Re: Baby to Toddler Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by DeannaLynn06 on: April 07, 2010 01:01:43 PM
Well I haven't heard from TinyTerror on the package so I thought I would post pics of what I sent her.

She wanted things that she could do with her daughter so I made 8 fun File Folder Games that she can grow into. They can play together right now, then as her daughter gets older she can play by herself.
 

8 pair of ribbon hair pretties:


A set fabric letter cards.


The whole she-bang:


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12  Re: 50 Projects 2010 in Craftalongs by DeannaLynn06 on: April 01, 2010 07:19:04 AM
My monthly update. I did a quite a bit this month, but none of which was on my list. Most everything I made this month was for a swap and I haven't decided if I am going to count it or not. I would show pics, but no one has received yet.  Sad Everyone should have their packages in the next couple days, so if I remember I will post them.

I did finish up some yoga pants from a t-shirt though. I have had these made for over a year, but I didn't like the waistband, so they have been sitting in my craft room for a couple months. I added some elastic to the band and decided to spruce them up with some applique.

 
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13  Re: Baby to Toddler Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by DeannaLynn06 on: March 31, 2010 04:28:01 PM
I got my package from Tinyterror today. She did a great job making toys for my son.

Here is the whole she-bang! A monkey, block, some bibs, some flashcards inspired by the "your baby can read", a pair of movie star glasses and some little trinkets.


Here is a close up of the monkey and block. The monkey's neck is a little weak so he is resting his head on the personalized block.


Here is a close up of the two bibs.


Thank you so much! As soon as my son is up from his nap I will post action shots.

He didn't really like the sunglasses. I think they may have a little shiney for him right now, maybe when it is nicer out he will like them more.


And here he is playing with the block and monkey:
 
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14  Re: I <3 to Sew Round 3 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by DeannaLynn06 on: March 17, 2010 03:36:10 PM
I got my goodies today from green r my tear$!!!!

I open the box and this is what I find:



A note was on top that said to open in order and not to cheat. I didn't cheat I did what she said.  Smiley


Vinyl to work with and some great green and white home dec fabric.


A handbag and work apron. I love the bag's size. It is so large. I hopefully won't lose my scissors when crafting in my new apron.


Lots of goodies, included a Bobbin saver which I have been needing to buy. I have one and it is full so I have been needing another, but she didn't know that. She is psychic!


Finally the entire pile of goodies. She even included a book for my son!

Thank you so much! Everything is amazing.
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15  Re: 50 Projects 2010 in Craftalongs by DeannaLynn06 on: March 02, 2010 12:35:41 PM
I finished the apple apron last night. It feels so good to have my WIPs that have been sitting for months if not years, finished! My craft table is visible again!



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16  Re: 50 Projects 2010 in Craftalongs by DeannaLynn06 on: March 01, 2010 05:05:47 PM
Here is my updated list of things that I have most of the supplies to finish (if not all the supplies).

Finished
Cut out/Started

Baby Shoes
Baby Kimonos
Color Book
Mei Tai
Taggie Blankets

Nappy Bag
Planner Wallet
Photo Holder
Hawaiian Patchwork Tote
Care Bear Tote
Black/flower Tote
Zebra/Pink Purse
2 Grocery Bags
Apple Purse
Apple Apron
Flirty Apron
Christmas Apron
Christmas Apron (Florence)
Placemats/coasters (mom)

Woven Placemats
Coasters
Bedside Organizer
Black/White Placemats
Plaid Tablecloth
Napkins (ongoing)
Holiday Gift Wrap Organizer
Birthday Gift Wrap Organizer
8 Christmas Placemats
Christmas Table Runner
Halloween Table Runner
Halloween Placemat
Thanksgiving Table Runner
Thanksgiving Placemats/Napkins
Swiffer Covers
Serger Cover
Sewing Machine Cover
Sewing Machine Tote
Sewing Machine Organizer
Rainbow Quilt
Black/white Quilt
No Girls Allowed Quilt
Turquoise/tan Quilt
Denim Quilt
T-shirt Lounge Pants
Baby Legs
 
Fruit/veggie Quilt
Blue Stripped Crochet Blanket
Starwars Blanket
Disney Strip Quilt
Easter Table Runner
Plaid Crazy Quilt
Just Ducky Book
ABC Animal Book
Flannel Quilt
Scrap Bag Quilt
Quilts for Kids Quilt
Extra Quilts for Kids Quilt
Summer Table Runner
Valentine's Day/St. Patrick's Day Table Runner
Jetson's Quilt
Yogi Bear Book
Silhoettes Quilt
Baby-Toddler Swap Projects
I <3 to Sew Swap Projects

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17  Re: 50 Projects 2010 in Craftalongs by DeannaLynn06 on: January 19, 2010 01:08:15 PM
Here is my updated list of things that I have most of the supplies to finish (if not all the supplies).

Finished
Cut out/Started

Baby Shoes
Baby Kimonos
Color Book
Mei Tai
Taggie Blankets
Paradise Lunch Tote
Sunflower Lunch Tote
Nappy Bag

Planner Wallet
Photo Holder

Hawaiian Patchwork Tote
Care Bear Tote
Black/flower Tote
Zebra/Pink Purse
2 Grocery Bags
Apple Purse
Apple Apron
Flirty Apron

Christmas Apron
Christmas Apron (Florence)
Placemats/coasters (mom)
Woven Placemats
Coasters

Bedside Organizer
Black/White Placemats
Plaid Tablecloth

Napkins (ongoing)
Holiday Gift Wrap Organizer
Birthday Gift Wrap Organizer
8 Christmas Placemats
Christmas Table Runner
Halloween Table Runner
Halloween Placemat
Thanksgiving Table Runner
Thanksgiving Placemats/Napkins
Swiffer Covers
Serger Cover
Sewing Machine Cover
Sewing Machine Tote
Sewing Machine Organizer
Rainbow Quilt
Black/white Quilt
No Girls Allowed Quilt
Turquoise/tan Quilt
Denim Quilt
Fruit/veggie Quilt
Blue Stripped Crochet Blanket
Starwars Blanket
Disney Strip Quilt

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18  Re: DeStash-Along 2009 in Craftalongs by DeannaLynn06 on: October 07, 2009 08:50:38 AM
I have been slowing working on destashing. I moved and have been making my new craft room so I have a place to destash in. I finally finished and and got to work on some small projects with some larger ones on the horizon.

I think I will start with pics of my new room showing off some of my stash:







Now here is what I have made from my scrap box:







These are passport wallets that I was commissioned for. The brown ones were the ones I made for my client, but the pink and black one is all mine. They were a pain in the butt to cut out all the pieces and interfacing for, but I was able to get rid of quite a bit of fabric with them.
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19  My New Craft Room (picture heavy) in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by DeannaLynn06 on: September 21, 2009 10:04:20 AM
So I had an awesome craft room in the house that we were renting, but we bought a house recently and I got to start fresh and really do what I want with the room.

Naturally I chose the largest of the two rooms and started to get to work. The carpets were blue and new flooring is not in our budget right now so I worked with them instead of against them. There was great space and lighting in this room, also a decent closet.

Before pics:





We painted the walls light blue to help tone down the dark blue carpet and the white shelving I wanted. With that I decided to go with a blue and green polka dot look for the whole room.




We put up shelving and my husband made an awesome desk for me. On the back wall the desk portion is just another shelf, but on the computer side of the room we used some Melamine and stair spindles to make the table. On the sewing machine side we used some Cubes that I had bought at Target a while back as the base to the Melamine.

I filled the shelves on the back wall with various baskets and boxes I got at Ikea and the Dollar Tree. Most of the baskets and boxes are empty right now, but I'm sure I will fill them soon. I also put all my scrapbooking paper on the shelves with hopes of actually using it. I got some great spice jars from Ikea to organize all my buttons by color! I also got some ribbon stackers from Michael's to organize my ribbon.




My husband put up some pegboard for me, that we spray painted green. This is mostly empty right now but I plan to go through more of my scrapbooking stuff to put up here. I have lots of pegs to work with, so this will be fun.

On the sewing machine side we also hung some pegboard for my rulers and other sewing notions I use. I bought the thread spool holders and hung those up for my ever growing thread collection. There is still room for more thread and we planned it so we can hang more later as needed. My friend made me this zipper holder with a cute vinyl rub on. Again there is lots of growth room here!






My husband and I made a cutting table for me, something I have always wanted, but didn't want to pay for the expensive ones the everyone seems to complain about. We used two base cabinets, one with drawers and one with a door and shelve inside. We cut a piece of plywood that is 3' x 4' for the top. I figured this size will work fine for me since I am used to a cutting area of 2' x 4'.  We plan on covering the top of the plywood with some fabric then put some plexiglass on top of that. Inside the drawers I put some sock organizers in for my notions (elastic, twill tape, bias binding and other various things). One of the drawers has all my store bought patterns in it, and they are sorted the same way they do it at the store. I got a stool from Ikea so I can sit at the table and use it as a normal work table if needed.




The other side of my room has the closet which I took the doors off for easier access. I hung a cool polka dot shower curtain I found to keep sun and some dust off all of my fabric which is hidden behind. I used the wire cubes for my fabric and wrapped the fabric around comic book boards. I love being able to see all my fabric at once. I sorted it by content and I will soon sort it by color too. This side of my room also holds my bookshelf and duct table dummy. I also have my scrap box and basket of fabric (only because I don't really know where to put these yet).





Finally I covered my window with a polka dot sheer that I got at Ikea. It lets in tons of light, but still keeps the outside world from peeking in (this window faces the road).



Let me know what you think and if you have any suggestions to make it better, I welcome them.
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20  Re: 50 projects a year 2009! in Craftalongs by DeannaLynn06 on: August 04, 2009 03:47:18 PM
I was able to get some sewing done this week, but not a lot of WIPs like I have been working on. My SIL wants me to make some cute skirts and tops for her daughter. Her and I have very different tastes in fabric, so I told her to buy the fabric and I would make the outfits (there have lots of outfits thrown out by her in the past that I had made).

Sunflower lunch tote - Fabric Cut
Birds of Paradise lunch tote - fabric cut
Hawaiian quilted tote -Fabric Cut
Apple apron - Fabric Cut
Polka Dot apron for ASG Meeting
Apron for best friend
Various Baby projects


Done So Far:
1. Eat Sleep Sew iron on applique t-shirt
2. Pink PJ bottoms
3. Pink Applique PJ Top
4. Pink Plaid Lounge pants
5. 5 Cloth lunch sacks (for Sweat Shoppe Swap 17)
6. Black Lounge Pants
7. Magnet Set
8. Craft words Magnets
9. Grey Polka Dot Market Tote
10. 2 pillow slip covers
11. 45"x58" quilt
12. Pink Apron
13-16. 2 Pot holders
17. Perpetual Calendar from Cannon Park Printables
18. Blue Stripped Lounge Pants
19. Pink Heather Lounge Pants
20. Apple Thermal Lounge Pants
21-22. Quilted Pillow Slip covers
23. Fingerless Gloves
24. Red Crocheted Blanket
25. Brown Crocheted Scarf
26. Pink T-shirt lounge pants
27. Blue Knit Lounge pants
28. Owl Purse
29. Owl Wallet (matches purse)
30. Pot Holder
31. Oven Mitt
32. 2 placemats
33. Picnic Tote bag
34. Belkar stenciled Shirt
35. small log cabin quilt 34"x34"
36. Market tote bag
36-38. Crocheted Wash cloths
39-43. Table cloths for Birthday party
44. 4 little girl ribbon barrettes
45-47. Size 2T little girl night gowns
48. 4 Placemats
49. Half apron
50. 3 appliqued kitchen towels
51-52. 2 Pin boards to make woven items on
53. Stenciled T-shirt for myself
54. Children's closet organizer hangers
55. Magnetic Perpetual Calendar
56. 5 Hooded baby towels
57. 16 reusable baby wipes
58. 4 Iron on baby onesies
59. 3 stenciled baby onesies
60. 4 baby washcloths
61. Bib
62. 3 Swaddling blankets
63. 18 Burb cloths (using cloth diapers and scrap flannel)
64. Crib Sheet (I found the bumper at a thrift store)
65. Corduroy and Butterfly tote bag
66. Pink and White Log Cabin tote bag
67. Tortilla Warmer (put your tortillas in and place in microwave and they stay warm for over an hour)
68. 3 Singlet Shopping bags (I don't put gussets in mine so they look a little different)
69. Denim and Hawaiian tote bag
70. Toddler's Rock star tutu (I made it for my niece who only wants to wear tutus right now, but her mom is not willing to pay $40 each for them)
71. Toddler's girly tutu (this one is for a pretty girl day)
Front:


Back:


72. Toddler's Pillow case shirt



73. Toddler's skirt (this had to have the ruching so that she could crawl without pulling her skirt down)
Front:


Back:


74. Monkey flannel rag quilt


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