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1  Re: cut out handle with fish!! **TUTORIAL ADDED** in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by girlgeeknz on: September 27, 2005 05:23:51 AM
Hello!

Thanks heaps for this tutorial - it worked a treat. Here's my version of the cutout handles bag, made with 2 fat quarters of delicious Amy Butler fabric:





The label was done with iron-on inkjet paper and ribbon.

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2  Re: Halter / Wrap top in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by girlgeeknz on: August 31, 2005 03:24:24 AM
Hello. I have received some orders from friends, so next time I make one up I will take photos and do a tutorial.

The main piece is 150cm long, approx. 60cm wide at the shoulders, and 50cm wide at the ends which attach to the waistband. The waistband is 22cm high, folded in half to make 11cm. Measure around your hips to get the length for the waistband.

Here is a picture of the rear. As you can see, there's not much to it at the back. I wear it over a t-shirt.

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3  Re: Yohji Yamamoto Jacket from free pattern in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by girlgeeknz on: August 30, 2005 04:06:38 AM
Here's a photo of mine. I started by printing the 2 pieces of pattern to fit on 2 sheets of A4, and made a miniature 'doll sized' jacket, to work out how the pieces went together. I then made a life-sized version out of calico, to try out the fit.

Finally, I made up the real one. I bought this winter-weight fabric on sale (it's end of Winter down here in New Zealand) for $6 a metre. I bought 4 metres. There's a lot left over, but I needed 4 metres for the length.

I'm pleased with how it came out. I didn't put the magnetic snap in, I'm just going to wear it with a pin. I wore it to the office today with a business shirt, and it looked awesome! I think I'll make one out of grey sweatshirt knit next.

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4  Re: Feed the cat...on the wall in Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects by girlgeeknz on: August 22, 2005 10:36:53 PM
Sorry - I had to post this photo. We have no problem with the dog eating the cat food, he knows it's not for him, but the poor thing stands there and looks helpless when the cat eats his food - which she loves. This is a photo of her at about 5 weeks trying to eat out of his bowl.
http://claire.wibble.net/photos/albums/2005/eddie/slides/DSCF0001.html
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