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1  Crochet Poncho in Crochet: Completed Projects by holywhack on: May 01, 2004 11:35:41 PM
This is the first thing I've crocheted from a pattern!!!!  I dyed it pink...but I'm gonna go back and dye it fushia...
I got the pattern from this site http://members.aol.com/SAG55/sshawl.html

anyways here it is...(being modeled by my sister, I'll take a better pic so you can see it better after it becomes fuscia...)
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2  Re:AOL Tin for cd's in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by holywhack on: April 02, 2004 07:21:22 PM
I wanna post my aol tins...

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3  Puppy Skirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by holywhack on: March 26, 2004 10:03:31 PM
I went to walmart earlier today...was browsing through the fabrics, when I found the CUTEST print....I imediately thought that I needed a new skirt...so for about $6 this is what I got...

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4  Re:what's better: packing tape or laminate in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions by holywhack on: March 17, 2004 07:17:58 PM
OK...so I FINALLY FINISHED my wallet!!! WOOHOO!!!! I did finally find the iron on vinyl at joanns!! Man was I excited!!  Like I said before, I used ANNAREILLY's intructions...I'm not sure about starting a new thread...so here it is...







I added the flappy thing that goes underneath a duplicate check, and change up the card part for a see-through slot ...anyways, enjoy!
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5  Little bag- Used to be way big, now it's way CUTE in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by holywhack on: March 09, 2004 10:21:54 PM

I got this bag from a Mexican flea market...it was only about $1 and GREAT to haul all the stuff I bought!!  It's been hanging in my closet for 3 years, because it's not really practical for me to use that often...  so...I busted out the scissors and some needle and thread, then some yarn and a zipper...

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6  Round bag...duffle like--TUTORIAL ADDED!! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by holywhack on: February 28, 2004 11:03:42 AM
Just finished this...only took me about 3 weeks cause I got bored with it before I sewed the ends on...it's for my niece

OK, so I've never posted a tutorial, if you have any questions, lemme know...  here goes...

1.  Decide how big you want your bag to beI cut my ends 20 around.  (I made a paper temp. so that I could trace it.)
Round Pieces to cut:
2 interfacing
2 lining
2 outer material
* Lining was pink, I also used pink as the outer ends*

2.Decide how wide you want the body (for lack of better term), and cut 1 each of interfacing, outer, and lining. *The length should be the circumfrence of the circle + seam allowance*
Sandwich Lining, interfacing, and outer material, and sew all pieces together, right sides out, so that it can be worked with like its one piece.

3. For the straps:  
*I think it would be easier to buy some of that nylon strappy stuff, which if I hadnt been in such a hurry, I would have and the next time I make one of these, Im gonna do*
Decide how long and wide you want them to be, (I cut them 4 wide, and 44 long) and cut 2.  Fold them in longways, then fold the the edges to the middle (like bias tape). Then sew the ends together so that you have one piece.  


4.Pin straps flat and stich. *Make sure that you pin the straps on evenly*Sew in zipper (look for zipper tutorial for help)  


5. For the ends:
Sandwich and sew the round pieces the same way as the body.  Pin to the edges, right sides together and sew.  **When you sew the last end on, make sure you leave the zipper open enough to turn the bag out**


Voila!! Youre done!!
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7  Re:T~SHIRT?Jeans? in What the heck can I do with THIS? by holywhack on: February 25, 2004 09:01:51 PM
I made this quilt last year with all of my tshirts...it was all hand sewn, except when it came to actually sewing the 'layers' (sides and batting) together, that was done by machine...it's all t-shirts, and the edges are denim that my aunt had lying around

 
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