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1  Blue and Green Stripe Dress in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by sarah.g.vollmer on: July 25, 2013 09:30:03 PM
I can't believe this dress only took me a day and a half! I found this fabric at a thrift shop and made a hybrid pattern from Simplicity 1873 and 1609... I redrew the scalloped collar from 1609 and used the bodice from 1873. I didn't have enough fabric for the skirt so I just made a simple pleated skirt from a long rectangle of the fabric.

I thought the colors on this fabric were pretty cool  Grin



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2  Dia De Muertos Hoodie in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by sarah.g.vollmer on: May 05, 2013 08:50:52 PM
My husband and I spent about 3 hours in the fabric store picking out fabric to make hoodies! Actually, it's more like HE spent 3 hours picking out fabric, lol. He found a animal/hunting print that matches a baseball cap he just bought. I made my hoodie first to test out the pattern. I chose a Dia de Muertos pattern for the lining.



I added some heart shaped elbow pads!







I'll have to force myself to start on my husbands hoodie... I may have second sock syndrome, lol. Once I get it done I will post it and you can all roll your eyes at how dorky "couples hoodies" are  Grin
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3  Peter Pan Collar in Crochet: Completed Projects by sarah.g.vollmer on: May 05, 2013 08:37:12 PM
I've been seeing these crocheted collars around the internet a lot lately but it wasn't until yesterday, when I found my horsey shirt, that I ever considered making one. I kinda thought I wouldn't have any shirts that could use a collar. This one, however, really needed something added to it to make me want to wear it. I found the pattern on Ravelry from this page: http://www.sharalambethdesigns.com/2011/08/georgette-collar.html
I'm really happy with it! I may try to take off the string ties and add a button instead.




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4  Re: Post your CRAFTY Tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by sarah.g.vollmer on: February 24, 2013 09:53:49 PM
My grandmother was the craftiest woman around! She taught my mother who taught me. When she passed she left me her whole sewing room... a WHOLE room with sewing machines, tables, a serger, fabric bolts etc... I am so happy to be a crafter just like her. I'm not an expert at sewing yet but I plan on getting there. I've done quite a few projects so far. I decided to get this tattoo for her a few months ago.




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5  New Apartment in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by sarah.g.vollmer on: February 24, 2013 09:27:24 PM
After waiting a LONG time, my husband is finally moving up to Alaska with me! I found a nice little apartment and spent two weeks getting everything ready. I had been living for two years in army barracks, which are really ugly and you can't use your own furniture. When I finally got a plan to bring my husband up here with me I just went crazy. I love interior design... I get depressed living in a boring or ugly place. Anyone else feel the same? I have to feel inspired when I walk into my home.



My mom got us a super cute chevron area rug from Urban Outfitters. The love seat was a hand-me-down and the pillows were on clearance! Score. I thrifted the coffee table, the leaf plate, vintage brass lamp and the vintage globe lamp as well.



I love our little bar area.



I did the paintings myself.





Since we are both from New York I did a little stencil of the Empire State Building.







I found this Samurai curtain at a thrift shop! I just love it!



The most expensive thing in the living room is this shelf from Target. I couldn't help myself, it looks so cool. I hope you like! I haven't finished the bedroom so I'll post it after it's all done  Smiley
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6  Autumn Plaid Skirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by sarah.g.vollmer on: October 08, 2012 09:13:18 PM
My second sewing project from a pattern! I'm happy I'm getting the hang of sewing.



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7  Memories Mini Album (Picture Heavy) in Scrapbooking: Completed Projects by sarah.g.vollmer on: November 14, 2011 03:08:18 PM
I finally finished! I got some photos from my mom last week and went to work adding them to my mini. It's me and my brother when we were little.





That's my mom! (plus me!)



















My brother is SO cute!!!



My forehead is huge! LOL





Thanks for looking!
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8  One-Day Fair Isle Hat in Knitting: Completed Projects by sarah.g.vollmer on: November 12, 2011 07:58:53 PM
I had to work for 24 hours straight one day. Just sitting at a desk doing nothing... so of course I knitted! I copied this chart from Vogue Knitting Fall 2010. I don't do a lot of fair isle, but this was fun!



Taking my own photos is awkward ;P
Thanks for looking!
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9  Pumpkin Soup, inspired by the Pioneer Woman in Recipes and Cooking Tips by sarah.g.vollmer on: November 12, 2011 07:22:22 PM
I couldn't do everything the original recipe called for, but it still turned out great! This is a must-have Thanksgiving dinner item! Yummy on a cold snowy day...



The original recipe is here on the Pioneer Woman blog ---> http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2011/11/pumpkin-soup/
I WISH I could roast real pie pumpkins for this!
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10  Dessert Recipe book in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by sarah.g.vollmer on: October 21, 2011 07:55:35 PM
I made a book of recipes with some scrapbook paper I had that I didn't know what to do with. I like how it turned out and it's going to be really useful!






Thanks for looking!
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