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21  Re: Doctor Who Season 9 Swap in The Swap Gallery by dfabbric on: September 19, 2015 12:08:53 AM
This gallery is awesome. That watch and the crochet tardis wall hanging. So cool you were able to meet and have goodies. I love the cake. I've tried to make one a few times, but always ends up more like this.
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22  Snow White purse and monogram purse in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by dfabbric on: August 30, 2015 05:01:48 PM


These two purses are from the same pattern. I had some extra leather from the tiger purse and used it one the SnowWhite purse. I bought that snow white fabric online and its more of a linen, then a quilting cotton. It was fun to make this purse. Love making the tassels. The second one I made for my aunt who loves anything with her initials on it. I used Microsuede for hers. Microsuede is definitely more forgiving then leather. But I like leather better overall.
Thanks for looking.
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23  Canada Purse in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by dfabbric on: August 30, 2015 04:54:47 PM

Found this adorable outdoor Canada fabric at Fabricland. I made this purse. I really love it and how the colours came together. Unfortunately on the front pocket where it said Calgary, now it only says Gary and seems like a name. My mom asked me who Gary was. The two front pockets are magnetic and inside is just open.
The back is all the yellow Canada fabric but i didn't think to take a picture of it.
Thanks for looking.
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24  Leather Tiger hobo bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by dfabbric on: August 30, 2015 04:47:14 PM

I started playing with leather. This is made from Italian goat skin lather.
I had a lot of fun making this Hobo bag. I embroidered a tiger on one side. I wanted it to be just a subtle accent. There is a magnetic clasp inside and a polkadot cotton lining. It has an adjustable strap. The orange side is more of a coral, the pictures arent great.
Thanks for looking.
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25  Alice in Wonderland Totoro Messenger Bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by dfabbric on: August 30, 2015 04:26:15 PM

I made this messenger bag with fabric I bought from Spoonflower. I embroidered a little totoro in the bottom corner. It is quite large and could easily fit a laptop inside. Has two sections with a pocket on one side. The flap has the fabric reversed so when you lift it, it is right side up. It's really very sweet. I have been really into purses lately and this is only one of many I have made this summer.
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26  Hooded animal baby towel in Machine Embroidery: Completed Projects by dfabbric on: August 30, 2015 04:15:40 PM

Made these cute hooded baby towels for my daughters teacher, who left on maternity leave in Spring.
They are very easy and fun to make. I just by towels from the store and cut into a square. The extras are used for the hood part. I embroider in the top half of a square, then fold in half so the back of the stitching in covered. Sew together and then cover all the edges with bias tape. I made my own from an unused flannel baby sheet I had lying around. I zigzag stitched the bias tape. Vey fast. I also use these on my dog.
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27  Walking Dead corset in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by dfabbric on: August 30, 2015 04:08:26 PM


I've recently (a year ago) started making corsets.
I got the course and patterns from this website.
http://www.corsettraining.net/
I love making them. Supplies are a bit of a pain. I always use steel boning. They are fairly easy to construct and adjust.
I have some with the traditional busks, but find a metal zipper with boning on each side looks nice too and is much easier to do up.
This my Walking Dead corset and another waist cincher corset I made.
But it's too small for me. I embroidered a design from Urban Threads on the front.
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28  Baby Toothless plushie in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by dfabbric on: August 30, 2015 03:52:55 PM

I made these adorable Baby Toothless plushies. The large one is 13.5" and the small 10". I made them from a pattern by TeaCupLion. They were a little difficult. I sewed them a little different then the pattern said. Also I stuffed the nose of the little one with felt, made it much easier to fill the head without it being droopy in the nose. I  am now going to try the pattern again with some modifications.
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29  Re: Teeny Traveler in a Tin Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by dfabbric on: April 21, 2015 08:04:49 PM

Sorry for the bad photos
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30  Re: Teeny Traveler in a Tin Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by dfabbric on: April 21, 2015 08:03:38 PM

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