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11  Come see my doily! ;) in Crochet: Completed Projects by t1g3rl1ly on: January 26, 2006 02:06:48 PM
Okay, so this is the second doily I've made. I love it! Some parts are kind of "lifted up" (for lack of a better phrase/word). I tried to capture that on my camera, but wasn't totally successful. Hopefully you can tell though. Thanks for looking!

The 1st pic shows the true color of the thread.


You can kind of see the little fan-shaped areas that are "lifted up" on this 2nd pic




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12  Re: pleated skirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by t1g3rl1ly on: August 07, 2005 02:05:27 PM
Go to your pic gallery and click on one of the pictures. Scroll down to the bottom and insert the UBB Code like this:






Looks cute!
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13  Re: HELP in Craftster Picture Hosting Support by t1g3rl1ly on: July 26, 2005 01:30:55 PM
I pressed the button on the toolbar which said insert image and nothing happened but this...

I right-clicked on the box with the red X (where your pic should be) and clicked on properties. For one thing, you didn't insert a picture - you inserted www.craftster.org/forum.
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14  Re: my first 2 bags in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by t1g3rl1ly on: July 19, 2005 01:31:43 PM
if you purchase what... like 24" of each fabric that would be big enough to make a purse, no?
Yeah 24" would be more than enough. I usually tend to overbuy, but if you get a pattern it will tell you exactly how much to buy.

ok so tell me wise one, what is interfacing?
There is sew-in interfacing and iron-on interfacing. I like the iron-on kind. You just iron it onto the wrongside of your fabrics and it helps make the fabric more sturdy.

PS- i made this:

Your talent is astonishing. Wink
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15  Cute tote for my friend's birthday! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by t1g3rl1ly on: June 26, 2005 06:08:21 PM
So my friends all decided that I would make them purses for their birthdays. Since I really enjoy sewing, this wasn't a problem. Smiley  The only problem I had with this "purse" is that I thought it would be a lot smaller...the picture on the front of the pattern is misleading! And yes, I know I should have read the dimensions on the back of the pattern. Oh well. My friend loved her tote!




I added this pocket in - it wasn't part of the original pattern.


Okay so the "hand made" part is a stretch - but these tags were so cute I had to buy them!


And one last pic so you can try to get an idea of how big it is. It's big enough for a 3-ring binder and some other stuff too.
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16  DIY shams to match a new bedspread :) *img heavy* in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by t1g3rl1ly on: June 05, 2005 03:53:42 PM
I found a bedspread/quilt marked down on urbanoutfitters.com ($30  Shocked instead of $100!!! ) and had to get it. Here's a closeup:


Then I bought a bedskirt at Bed Bath & Beyond to coordinate:


But then I needed shams to go with the new bed. I decided patchwork would look good.
Here's the sham in progress:


A closeup of the finished sham:


Here's how it looks on the bed:


And finally, a pic of the whole bed:


Now the only thing I need is an accent pillow or two, but I'm going to have to get more fabric later this week. Any ideas on what type of accent pillow I should make? Thanks for looking!
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17  Re: Yet another Pin-Up Girl, but I'm proud of it anyway. in Needlework: Completed Projects by t1g3rl1ly on: May 10, 2005 08:03:27 PM

did this look like lipstick to you.

No that doesn't look like lipstick to me.  Wink I'd change that to something else. But otherwise it's really cute.
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18  my favorite purse in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by t1g3rl1ly on: April 30, 2005 02:47:04 PM
Okay I've only made 3 purses so far but this is by far my favorite. What do you think?


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19  Crochet hook case (adapted from the great Debbie Stoller) in Crochet: Completed Projects by t1g3rl1ly on: April 04, 2005 11:00:57 PM
I hope I'm putting this post in the right spot. I have just begun to crochet now so I decided I needed a "roll-your-own-HOOK" case. Hope you like it.  Smiley

All Rolled Up:
http://img207.exs.cx/img207/4620/dscn04064lc.jpg

With the Flap Closed:


With the Flap Open:
http://img207.exs.cx/img207/4933/dscn04087vi.jpg
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20  my first 2 bags in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by t1g3rl1ly on: April 04, 2005 10:44:37 PM
All you people here at Craftster have inspired me to start sewing a lot more. I did these two bags using a pattern from Simplicity and really liked the way they turned out. My fave is the orange and green one. I actually made it for my friend but had to go back and get more fabric to make my own.  Cheesy

Let me know if you like them.





I think next time I make one I'll put a pocket inside

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