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1  Embroidered Handkerchiefs in Needlework: Completed Projects by joyofcraft on: November 28, 2010 08:47:09 PM
Here are three handkerchiefs I stitched for my boyfriend's birthday.  They are all monogrammed with his initial and one has an airplane.  (He works for an airline)
Thanks for looking!


Monogrammed with an 'E'


close up of the airplane.
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2  "Coffee bag" bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by joyofcraft on: November 18, 2010 08:58:34 AM
My new favorite tote for trips to the grocery store.  The smell of coffee all the time!  I keep it in the car and now my car smells like coffee.  I hear coffee is a natural deoderizer, so that's cool too!  I have two pre-teen boys, my car smells. LOL

Some bags from my own coffee habit and some from friends who couldn't figure out what I was planning on doing with used coffee bags.  Add a little duct tape and Voila!


That Starbucks bag is ginormous.  It came from Costco. 


Good ole Dunkin Donuts coffee.  mmmmmm.
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3  Kids + Chocolate Ice Cream = NEW SKIRT!! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by joyofcraft on: August 23, 2005 02:13:48 PM
I know this has been done before, but here's my take.  My 5 year old spilled chocolate ice cream on the leg of my favorite pants.   The stain wouldn't come out so I opted to recycle into a hip skirt.  They had already been reconstructed from regular jeans into cropped jeans.  So this was its third incarnation.  Not bad for a $5.00 pair of thrift store jeans!  I think I got my money's worth.
Before

Then the after, I used the trim from around the bottom of the legs to fill in the missing triangle.


Closeup of the back detail.


Thanks for looking.  (I sound like ebay!! haha)
-joy
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