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1  Baby shoes in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by djoek on: November 12, 2012 01:19:40 AM
I found this pattern to make baby shoes. I really like quick and easy to make projects because I can only sew on weekends.
So I made these. I like how they turned out. They are easy to make, and you don't need a lot of fabric so it is great to use up some fabric you have laying around.

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2  Baby Towel in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by djoek on: May 29, 2012 12:38:10 PM
My sister gave birth to a babygirl last week, so I made her a present. It's a towel. I'm pretty proud of myself, I'm pretty new to sewing so I had to learn some new techniques but I'm happy with the result.





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3  Ice skates in Crochet: Completed Projects by djoek on: December 14, 2011 03:14:28 AM
I saw these ice skates in a shop. They looked pretty easy to make so I tried to make them myself at home. It was really easy so I made a bunch to make christmas cards.





I used small paperclips, but you can modify the pattern to match the size of your paperclip.

Attach the yarn to your hook with a slip knot.
Attach the yarn to the paperclip with a slip stitch, starting at the blunt side of the paperclip.
Make 5 single crochet stitches.
At the end of the row, make 1 chain stitch.
Turn your work around and make 5 single crochet stitches.
Make 1 chain stitch, turn your work around, make 3 crochet stitches. Repeat this step until the boot is big enough (I did 4 rows).
Cut yarn and thread through the last stitch. Weave in the ends of the yarn.
With a different color, make laces by pulling yarn trhough the stitches.

This is my first pattern so if I made any mistakes or if anything is unclear, please ask.
I would love to see pictures of other ice skates!
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