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1  Re: A Week of Baby Onesies Swap Round 5 GALLERY (Send-out 10/25) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by hoxierice on: November 26, 2010 04:49:41 PM
Yes! I am so sorry I haven't posted mine from pinkmichk yet. It is not because I don't love them! I only have shots of three

Little baby geek


C is for Clara...or cute


Comedy/Tragedy masks


The other two one is a batman symbol, the other is a reverse applique heart. I will try to get pictures of those, but that will take like another month.
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2  Sewn felt animals... in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions by hoxierice on: September 22, 2010 05:23:09 PM
In a magazine I used a pattern to sew felt birds...see image and was wondering if anyone had resources for other patterns. As you can see I don't even know how to ask for what I am looking for, so I can't search for myself.


Felt bird ornaments by hoxierice, on Flickr
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3  Paper mobile in Baby Showers And Gifts For New Babies by hoxierice on: August 24, 2010 03:18:19 PM
I had this swatch book of papers (I ordered to choose paper for our wedding). I didn't know what to do with it, but decided to make a mobile. There is so much paper I could probably make three more.

The paper swatches were 4"x2". First I cut the paper in half so I had 2" squares. Then I ran the paper through my sticker maker. I ran crochet cotton through the paper.


Paper mobile parts by hoxierice, on Flickr

I used an embroidery hoop to hang the strings.


Paper Mobile by hoxierice, on Flickr
Paper Mobile by hoxierice, on Flickr


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4  Re: New Baby & Pregnant Momma Swap Shipping by 8/15/10 in The Swap Gallery by hoxierice on: August 23, 2010 05:42:35 PM
So, I sent my package about a month ago and really want to share

My partner said she had a pirate theme, I had so much fun

A pirate baby blanket, all the fabrics are pirate/nautical in nature. The back is a shark flannel, I didn't know what to do with the back, so I figured pirates are in the ocean and under the ocean is sharks.

Pirate quilt by hoxierice, on Flickr
Pirate quilt by hoxierice, on Flickr

A pirate/sailor outfit

Pirate suit by hoxierice, on Flickr

Pirate booties! If I had fabric with treasure chests I would have used that then they would truly be pirate booties

Pirate Booties by hoxierice, on Flickr

And a pirate hat

Baby Pirate by hoxierice, on Flickr


Again, I had too much fun making this stuff.

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5  Dyeing for baby in Dyeing: Completed Projects by hoxierice on: August 01, 2010 01:06:17 PM
I finally got around to dyeing all the white baby clothes I received.



Why does baby gap not have a green crib sheet? I don't know, so I dyed one


These are changing pad covers
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6  Re: July 2010 Birthday Discussion and Gallery in The Swap Gallery by hoxierice on: July 23, 2010 12:49:58 PM
I was very lucky and received three birthday gifts!

The first came from mom2em for baby stuff. I had been feeling kind of mopey for a few days, but getting a gift in the mail made me happy!

A lovely color green onsie, a set of flannel cloths with a pirate-y theme, and a hooded towel, which my husband proceeded to put on his head and declare himself a superhero.
 


Thanks so much mom2em!

The second gift, I had no idea was coming and arrived on my birthday! It is a really cute pixie baby hat. It is really quite adorable, I don't think my bottle head does it justice, but the ribbing chevrons down the sides of the hat.



This came from oneredboot, thanks so much

The third came from amazing_784 and is a baby crazy quilt. amazing_784 contacted me saying there was an unfinished quit and would I like it. Of course I would! And what I love about swapping is that sometimes it makes us finish our unfinished projects. Like amazing_784 finished the quilt and I chose to make swiffer covers as a gift because I had been meaning to make them for myself, but the only way I would make them for myself is if I was already making them for someone else.

Here is part of the quilt


And the backing is a printed "block" of winnie the pooh


Thank you everyone!
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7  Doll Clothes American Girl Doll in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by hoxierice on: July 10, 2010 01:13:38 PM
I was at the Goodwill bins with my aunt and I saw a Kirsten doll (she was wearing Kirsten's shoes). She was some bad shape, a really bad make-up job and a raggedy hair cut. But for less than a buck what can you do! I took her home and cleaned her up, my mom trimmed up her hair, the idea was to give her back to my aunt to give to her granddaughter. Anyway, she had no clothes, so I had to make some. Most of the patterns were modified from the "original" American Girl patterns. You can get them for free!

Well, this one I made up, I thought she needed some non-western clothes. So she got a sari


Molly's PJ's in a dino print flannel. As you can see she has just awoken and not had time to brush her hair. With the right fabric the top could become a safari jacket


This one I kind of just made up. I think the skirt is a little short, but I was limited by my fabric.


In a regency style dress. I think this is a modified Josephina pattern. But I think this is a better pattern. And I really like the look of their other historical patterns. I have never used them.


I also made this dress (for my Kirsten) which was a copy of the dresses I made my now nieces for my wedding. We didn't have flower girls, but I made them dresses.

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8  Maternity Dresses in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by hoxierice on: July 10, 2010 11:30:51 AM
Having to go to several weddings and looking at maternity dresses in stores, I decided to make my own because it was cheaper and I got to use NICE fabric, not polyester. Anyway, here are the things I have done so far.

Now I am only a month away from giving birth, but I have some more patterns to make for pre/post pregnancy lounging around the house.

This one is Butterick 5348 I made it to fit my new bust measurment and omitted the zipper (I can pull it on just fine) In fact I took out about 3"total from the back. I slightly altered the front empire seam line and added a band with ties. In the back I also added a little elastic to suck up the back a bit.

This one is a pattern I found at work (I work in a costume shop), it is a 1970's McCalls maternity pattern. I am unhappy with it because it is way to big across the armpits and I think it looks a little frumpy. I guess because I said this to my husband before he could say anything he kept on reassuring me I look fine. I realized that I should have used the above pattern as the basis since they both have raglan sleeves. and the top one fits!

The third one I started with McCall's 5843 but again that was silly, because the skirt part is just gathered (more flared than the Butterick) and I completely changed the bodice, so it was more of a complete bodice than a bodice section with wide straps. Again just a pullover style, no closures.


The patterns I am working on next are New Look 6962 (my pattern says 0561, but that comes up with nothing!) I'll have to add some more to the skirt part to make sure it can get around my belly! McCall's 5989 for the nightgown, with a modified top for more coverage and Simplicity 9505 because I am not ready to give up on an elastic neck raglan sleeve item!
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9  Ladybug Apron! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by hoxierice on: September 02, 2009 09:21:22 PM
Here is the story, or skip it and look at the pictures.

I was married this summer. After the wedding my husband went to talk to his friend "Steve". Steve was in the wedding and Steve's wife "Anne" was not, but Ann helped a whole bunch especially on the day of the wedding, she arranged chairs and other things ran around when someone said "I need....." and went to find stuff when someone said "Where is the...." Very helpful. It is very nice to have couple who have been to many weddings at your wedding. Anyway my husband told Steve that he had a gift picked out as a think you/Best Man gift, but wanted to get Anne something too. Steve mentioned that Anne was admiring the apron of one of the caterers. It was a red apron with black polka-dots, the edge was cut in a circular manner with a little circular ruffle, but Anne would like it even better if it was a similar apron, but with ladybugs (Anne really likes ladybugs). Steve went on to say something about where you could find such an apron (apparently he asked the caterer, or knows apron shops or the "everything ladybug" website...don't laugh we were looking for blue shirts and came across the cobalt blue store so there are stores for everything!

Anyway my husband said "well we can do better than that Hoxie makes aprons! Then he came to me and told me the story. So I went about looking for ladybug fabric, something with a black background and red ladybugs. I wasn't finding anything when my husband came up and said "No no, that isn't what I was thinking, I was thinking you could make an apron ladybug. Not a print, but one that looks like a ladybug. You could use the pattern you used to make your cousin's apron and you do this". He drew a sketch. And here is what came to be....so far his drawing had pockets, I don't know, or if it needs a black line down the center to distinguish the wings.

It took me like four hours to find red with black polka dot fabric on line. Then at the fabric store a saw some! Until DH whispered to me "that is watermelon fabric". It was red with black dots, but the dots were watermelon seeds!

The pattern is Butterick 4945


And the sketch my husband did


It was so much fun and I love the concept. I also love that DH new I would be into making an apron, and that he remembered the apron I made for my cousin and that while he hates the fabric store he is AWESOME at picking good fabric. Whenever I don't know I bring him a long and say "I need a green fabric that will contrast nicely with this one" and BOOM he picks out an amazing fabric.

This is the first of the wedding related crafts I have posted. I am waiting to get the collection of wedding pictures, because I think I want to post the other stuff all at the same time.
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10  Re: Dress details fresh eyes needed in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by hoxierice on: July 14, 2009 05:33:17 PM
I am coming to the end...almost! I have finished the neck and armscye edges. I just have to tack the pleats as I want them and decide if I am doing godets or not. Right now I am thinking not. The guy had a good suggestion though, so I will wait (until I can get the fabric back from my mom). Of using the yellow from the under layer for more godet pop. Oh boy am I glad that he wasn't serious about not seeing the dress. That never would have worked!

I know that this would really look better on a person.

Style one back                                                                     Style two back

And a picture with one godet sewn in, but again what does that show, it hides most of the time.


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