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1  Feedback for Embroidery Idea in Get Product and Website Opinions by MissMouse on: June 29, 2012 11:09:16 AM
I'm thinking of making simple embroideries to sell.
They would, of course, have the blue ink removed and would be matted to a 5x7.
I was thinking of selling them for 15$ each
I thought they would be cute for babies rooms.

These are the ones I have embroidered, they haven't been matted yet.
What do you think?







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2  Playing with Natural Dyes in Dyeing: Completed Projects by MissMouse on: February 14, 2012 08:42:06 AM
I adore natural dyes. I love the process! I find it fun and adventurous!

So, I decided to dye some wool with red onion skins!
Here's how they turned out!

What do you guys think?

Baby Merino


Super wash Merino


Alpaca!
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3  Re: Need prototype feedback! in Get Product and Website Opinions by MissMouse on: November 24, 2011 03:12:38 PM
I revised my apron bib
I revised the bib on my apron. I made it a bit smaller
Here's the before and after pic
After is the unbleached cotton, didn't want to waste any nice fabric on my experiments!

Before


After
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4  Need prototype feedback! in Get Product and Website Opinions by MissMouse on: November 20, 2011 07:20:59 PM
I just created my first apron pattern, it's a two tiered apron with lace trim and a sweetheart bib.

I was in love with creating this apron, and am very proud of it!
But, like all creations I'm sure it's not 100% perfect.
So I was wondering if you lovelies could give me some feed back!

I noticed when I put it on that the bib is a bit big, so I'm going to scale it down a little bit, but that's the only thing that I could see wrong with it.

Also, should I find a way to hide the raw edges on the inside of the apron?
Every apron I have has the raw edges showing inside so I'm not sure how to hide them or if I even should.
Thanks!



I'm sorry the picture isn't that greatest. Most of my sewing supplies, including my judy, are no where near where I'm currently living.
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