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1  Re: Baby/Toddler Hat Swap Sign up before Feb 18th!!! in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by pellzin on: May 30, 2005 08:02:38 PM
Finally, here are some pics  -- my apologies for the picture quality.

This is what I received from littleone. The yellow one has the very detailed pleats and a button clasp, it is quite beautiful. The white one is fleece, I love the funky shape.



And here is what I sent. The red one is  fleece and the other is cord and jean-like material.



I had a heck of a time with the pattern I was using for the summer one. If anyone has a reliable pattern that they would reccommend I'd love to know the brand and number.
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2  Re: Lined ZIPPER Pouches swap in The Swap Gallery by pellzin on: April 11, 2005 07:31:02 AM
Here are the three I received::
The top is from JennaLynn, middle one from Girl A, and bottom from Girl Woo.
Thanks Ladies!

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3  Re: Let Me Make Your Craft II Pictures in The Swap Gallery by pellzin on: April 04, 2005 08:16:05 PM
Since I would love to see more pictures of everyone's craftiness (!), I thought I would post some pics of what I sent to ReesaRe. This is what she sent me ...



This is a pic of everything I sent back ...



Since the point of this swap was to get yourself out of your crafterly element, producing these items that are posted below were completely new to me. I had never worked with styrofoam balls, nor had I ever decoupaged anything. I was also not entirely sure what I would do with the flowers. I am so glad to have now had a chance to do both. I got such great raw materials to work with and was able to keep using up materials of mine that have been sitting around forever.  I have never been so productive in such a short a period of time. Thanks xMelinda for coordinating this swap -- I got alot out of it.


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4  Re: Lined ZIPPER Pouches swap in The Swap Gallery by pellzin on: April 04, 2005 07:50:23 PM
i got two pouches so far.  the coolest blue flowered one with skull (!) ribbon stitched on and one yesterday from pellzin.  hers is so cool cos it's not a rectangle!  nope, it's this little rounded pouch with furry lining.  the colors are kinda sherberty and i love them both!  thanks guys!  go ahead and post pics of your work if ya can!

Here is a pic of the ones I sent. It's a cord fabric and on two of them I quilted the cord (with batting and everything). There is a different color cord fabric on the back of each. The white up top is fuzzy white that carries over into the lining. I need to master my sitching around the zipper, but otherwise I had alot of fun. Once I get all mine, I'll post pics of them.

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5  Re: Let Me Make Your Craft II Pictures in The Swap Gallery by pellzin on: January 28, 2005 01:27:54 PM
Here is what is on it's way to mthompson828 ... you should be getting it soon.



Thankfully ReesaRe is helping my newbie self out as I accidentally sent the supplies to her instead of mthompson828.  Learn from my mistake, read twice, mail once!
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6  Re: Let Me Make Your Craft II Pictures in The Swap Gallery by pellzin on: January 28, 2005 07:22:20 AM
Here are the great things ReesaRe sent me.


mthompson828, I have a pic of what is coming your way if you should want me to send it to you.
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7  Princess skirt for my niece in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by pellzin on: December 29, 2004 07:27:45 PM
My niece is ga-ga over anything having to do with a "princess" so I made her this skirt for Christmas. I found this great jeweled tuille (although it about killed my sewing machine when my needle hit one of the jewels) and put several layers of pink underneath -- scalloping the bottom edge. I added the ribbons and wound up with the big flower when I went to throw away the excess tuille and realized it looked like a flower when it was all bunched up. She was thriIled and I would have posted a pic with her in it but she doesn't ever sit still --- enjoy!

The front:


The back:


Some detail -- the flower and a close-up of the waistband.
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