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1  Are you cold? Do you have 35 old T shirts? Then you're in luck! in Quilting: Completed Projects by Frau Blau on: April 05, 2010 08:52:52 AM
Good tut here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=123427.0
I was cold.
I had a giant pile of old T shirts.
Naturally, I made a blanket out of them.
It's a 5x7 patchwork of 35 t shirts, sewn onto a layer of fleece to make a completed blanket. I have a t shirt from my boyfriend, my mom, and my sister included as well. Smiley

You can see that some of the rows ended up uneven. It's really hard to get them lined up, especially for a novice like me.

The backside, and my rape face. I'm absolutely in love with this owl fleece. I got it at JoAnne's.

It's just barely big enough to cover my bed, and it is very heavy and warm. Smiley
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2  Liebesbrief [IMAGE OBESE] in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Frau Blau on: January 29, 2009 03:10:18 PM
My boyfriend recently got back from a four-month trip to Germany as an exchange student. While he was preparing for the trip, I threw together a going away present to keep him from getting too lonely.
I constructed the structure of the main book (black, green on inside with pockets) while on a school trip to the MCBA  in the twin cities. Then I tore it apart and decorated it and filled it with letters, drawings, smaller books, and stuffed it in a box with a small jar of poofy origami stars in the colors of the german flag. I titled it Liebesbrief because the whole project felt like just one big love letter to me.
And now, the terrifying obesity.



















































He enjoyed it a lot. :3 I hope you did too
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3  Longcat is LOOOOOONG (image obese) in Winter Holidays by Frau Blau on: December 25, 2008 11:12:54 AM
Merry Xmas! :3
For my boyfriend, I decided to celebrate our love for longcat (and eachother, of course), by making a longcat plushie. It was one of my first major sewing projects in a loooong time. His reaction was priceless!
Everyone was in on it, except him, of course.
I'm not sure if it's even possible for me to make a tutorial for this, so...you might not want to ask. I was pretty much flying by the seat of my pants the whole time.
I have a video of him pulling longcat out of the boxes, and will convert it to GIF and post it later on.





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