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1  Re: Showstudio Sewalong: Junya Watanabe dress from Winter '05/'06 collection in Clothing Sewalongs by fabricbunny on: June 18, 2005 07:32:39 PM
I have been saving this piece of vintage upholstery velvet for something special and I think it will be perfect for the skirt part of the dress



Now I just have to figure out how to print the pattern!
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2  old fashioned kinda gal in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by fabricbunny on: June 15, 2005 06:07:14 PM
I have had this project simmering in the back of my mind for a while and last weekend it finally made it to a completed project. The inspiration was the beautiful white tea gowns ladies wore in the 1910's however I wanted to make something I could wear anytime enter vogue pattern

http://store.sewingtoday.com/cgi-bin/voguepatterns/shop.cgi?s.item.V7743=x&TI=20011&page=4

It wasn't exactley what I wanted so I did some light pattern drafting and came up with this

front view (don't mind the wonkiness I think it's the angle)

 
back view (sorry about the wrinkles linen will do what linen wants)


so I used short pieces of fabric from my stash that had been languishing for a while and all of the lace came from my favorite thrift store. All in all I think it cost about $16 to make, by the way I really recommend this pattern it goes together really well!
thanks for looking Wink
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3  my little bear in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by fabricbunny on: February 15, 2005 04:11:07 PM
This is my little red-nosed bear Yoshi! Yoshi is  5" tall and she is dressed up in her new kimono ready to go pick some spring flowers!

She is waving to you Wink
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4  Re: Reading Rainbow Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by fabricbunny on: February 15, 2005 02:09:30 PM
I just checked my mail and what has arrived? Lots of lovely goodies from Punky's Mom. A Beautiful orange tote, the coolest bookmarks ever and a mystery! thanks so much! You really outdid yourself Punky'sMom  Cheesy

The orange tote with book


the rockin' bookmarks!


Mine is going out as soon as I finish the bookmark! So watch your mailbox Bluegoat Wink
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5  field of flowers in Needlework: Completed Projects by fabricbunny on: February 08, 2005 10:18:31 AM
Well I finally finished all 8 of my squares for the tsunami quilt project and thought I would post my embroidered square here. It took the longest to make and I am fairly pleased with it. I pretty much just freeformed the whole thing. Oh and its still not too late if you want to contribute a square it can be mailed by the 15th of February. Here is the link, I think it has already been posted on some boards in crafster but I think everyone should know about it!

http://kukulla.tripod.com/tsunami/tsunami.html

Here is the finished square, it is off to spain today!


a detail shot
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6  Re: Show me your craft "room"!! in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by fabricbunny on: January 30, 2005 06:12:29 PM
Wow this is such a good idea I love seeing other peoples crafting areas.  HillaryBillary yours is so tidy I am impressed! Krazigal I think you may have inspired me to organize my beads a little better as I tend to store them in random bags which I can never find Tongue Unfortunatly for my husband pretty much anywhere is fair game for crafting however I do have a sewing area and fabric storage which contains some of my mess!


here is my cutting table and general sewing area


here is a closer shot


and my fabric storage which I am ashamed to say only holds a little over half of my fabric stash Grin

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7  Re: looking for stuffed animal head pattern in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions by fabricbunny on: January 24, 2005 12:32:20 PM
Here are some basic pattern pieces for a head. To alter the look simply change the angle of the lines inside the oval, you can even change the outline of the oval to change the shape of the head. Just remember to make sure it all lines up if you make any alterations Wink I hope this helps... Oh and when you finish your scarf  post the results!

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8  japanese woodblock mural in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by fabricbunny on: January 14, 2005 03:31:47 PM
So, ok this project is not 100% finished but I am just dying to post it. My little sis is having her room redone and I recently started the first of two murals I am doing in her room. She just turned 13  so I thought something slightly more sophisticated was called for. The image is based on a portion of a japanese woodblock print by Hokusai. I painted it using a combination of satin latex for the underpainting and artist's acrylics for the detail. I freehanded the entire image no projector was used, anyway I hope you likey



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