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31  Super Easy and Cute Baby Bib in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by drgdlg on: August 16, 2008 11:21:23 AM
I found this pattern at nested.typepad.com.  It's very easy and makes a cute bib!  The only changes I made were I used ribbon folded in half instead of bias tape along the top of the pocket and I used a snap closure instead of velcro.


I made this one from Scooby Doo flannel, though you can't tell too well on the little bib!

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32  My old t-shirts into clothes for my baby girl in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by drgdlg on: August 16, 2008 09:47:16 AM
I took two of my old t-shirts and turned them into clothes for my baby girl.  There are no patterns- I just used clothes I already have for her as a guide.  And- there is no model yet... but, she's due in 20 days!!


This is a shirt that I think will fit her in the spring.  The shirt is made up of the main body, the ruffled bottom, a small extra piece at the top, and the straps (all fabric form the original shirt). I added four buttons- one at the base of each strap.


This  is a dress.  I think it will fit her a little sooner than the shirt.  The dress is only 3 pieces- front. back, and the kangaroo pouch pocket on the front. I stitched up the raw edges around the top using a multi-colored cross stitch thread and added the pocket using a zig-zag stitch on the machine. The dress closes at the straps using buttonholes and the two pink buttons.

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33  Little Black Mary Jane Booties for my baby girl! in Knitting: Completed Projects by drgdlg on: August 16, 2008 08:56:35 AM
I get tired of all the pink and white that it out there for little girls, so I decided to make my baby girl some black Mary Jane booties.  They're made from Lion Brand Micro Spun in Ebony.  I'm quite happy with how they turned out- my first completed booties!!  I only have pictures of them, not her wearing them.  I'll post them once she's born- she's due in 20 days!!

Here is a link to the pattern: http://freepatterns.blog.com/605518/


The booties lying flat


My attempt at showing you the shape of the booties without a model.

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34  Three Completed Drop Stitch Scarves in Knitting: Completed Projects by drgdlg on: August 16, 2008 08:44:35 AM
I love pretty, fancy yarns and I love showing them off by turning them into scarves by using drop stitch.  These are three I've finished recently.  I think they all three have different rows of garter between the drop stitch rows, but they're all the same basic idea.


The yarn I used for this scarf is Yarn Bee Italia Bulky.  I lost the wrapper, so I don't recall the colorway.


This scarf is made from two yarns knit at the same time- Yarn Bee Labyrinth is fountain turquoise and Yarn Bee Sassy Girl in suzi.


This scarf is made from the yarn Yarn Bee Jewelsong in nightfire.

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35  My Batman/ Riddler tote made from two recycled t-shirts in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by drgdlg on: August 16, 2008 08:32:09 AM
I started on this Batman tote a long while ago, and just decided to pull it out and finally finish it!  I think it will wind up being a Christmas present for my sister.  It's made from one double sided Batman/ Riddler shirt, a plain gray t-shirt, and four buttons.  The handles and lining are made of the gray shirt.


The Riddler side of the tote


The Batman side of the tote
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36  My First Pointy Kitty in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by drgdlg on: August 16, 2008 08:24:20 AM
This is the first pointy kitty I've made.  The fabric (since it may be hard to tell on the small pointy kitty) is blue with red polka-dotted whales.  It's now going to reside in my little girl's room (she's due in 20 days!!)
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