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1  baby onesies--patterns from book in Sublime Stitching Embroidery by tejer on: March 07, 2007 04:39:22 PM
I stitched these up with patterns from the Sublime Stitching Book. (The last picture has some onesies done with a free pattern from needlecrafter.)







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2  Re: 'baby' onesies in Needlework: Completed Projects by tejer on: March 04, 2007 05:31:57 PM
I just went to my local JoAnns and asked for stabilizer and they cut me a quarter of a yard. The name brand is stitch-n-tear and it is the kind that you just put behind the fabric and secure with the hoop. I think there are iron-on types too, but this one was not iron-on.

P.S. Made one more with baby's name. This pattern came from the Sublime Stitching book.

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3  'baby' onesies in Needlework: Completed Projects by tejer on: February 25, 2007 01:44:34 PM
The pattern for these came from needlecrafter.com



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4  Re: Embroidery Project and Pattern Swap in The Swap Gallery by tejer on: September 16, 2006 05:53:22 AM
Wanna see the fabulous stuff I received from yamwam? I know you do!

It is a sugar skull tea towel, a packet of great patterns, and a very cute knitting card. The sugar skull towel is done all in chain stitch, with I think just 2 threads of floss. I am so impressed! I love it so much and can't imagine just using it in my kitchen. I really need to find a way to feature it in my classroom for the whole month of October! (I'm a Spanish teacher.)

Here are the pics

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5  Re: Asian cultures swap gallery in The Swap Gallery by tejer on: August 14, 2006 09:25:38 AM
Just wanted to post what I received:



It is 2 cool Japanese umbrellas, some Korean origami paper for making paper stars, a turqoise coin purse, a cell phone charm. Cosmic also made me a messenger bag from lovely silky material and a colorful crocheted scarf.

Thanks for all the great stuff cosmic--and all of your hard work in making it. Smiley
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6  Fit to be tied in Sugar N' Cream cotton in Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller by tejer on: August 08, 2006 11:41:52 AM
Here is my take on the fit to be tied:





This was my second crochet project--it was a great beginner project. Smiley
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7  My Korean crosstitch keychains in Needlework: Completed Projects by tejer on: August 06, 2006 10:04:18 PM
Hi all!  I just spent a month in Korea on vacation and found these great little crosstitch keychain kits and kind of got hooked on making them for gifts. Two of them are similar because I made the one of the Korean bride and groom for the Asian cultures swap and then couldn't resist making one for myself too. The other are a gift for my friend and grandma.

They each have two sides with stitching, so in the first pic you will see the front and the second is all of them flipped over on the back.





And my very first crossstitch for the Asian cultures swap:





These were my first cross-stitching items ever. I bought 3 more keychains in Korea so I can make more as gifts. Each one only cost $4 for the kit that had the needle, thread, keychain and Aida to stitch on and I thought that wasn't bad. The keychains I bought by themself only cost $1.50. Yay for cheap and thoughtful gifts!
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8  Re: Asian cultures swap gallery in The Swap Gallery by tejer on: August 06, 2006 09:51:15 PM
Here is what I sent in pictures.








I sent a cross-stitched keychain of a Korean bride and groom. Cosmic liked the drama Dae Jang Geum so I personalized it to say the title of that show and also to say  'Sarang' in Korean letters, which means love.

I also crocheted a little credit card holder/pouch. On the back it has a cloud embroidered and says 'Gureum' , or cloud in Korean.

The things I bought were Korean World Cup stickers, Korean anime stationery, a 'Ddalgi' pencil (She is a Korean strawberry character--'ddalgi' means strawberry), a Korean anime notepad, and a Korean mirror/comb set that has clouds on it to match the case I crocheted.

Cosmic told me that she and her mom, sister, and grandma really liked everything. I'm so glad! I worked really hard on the cross stitch since it was my first one, but I really loved preparing everything. I had to make myself another keychain like the one I sent her 'cause I liked it so much. Smiley
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9  Re: knit/sew/crochet swap round 3 gallery! in The Swap Gallery by tejer on: July 05, 2006 07:34:55 PM
This isn't a great picture--and I'm sure milik will have better, but here is the snapshot I quickly took. There is the ubiquitous panta (wide headband-pattern here at craftster), a red summer headband, and kitty dim sum stuffed with catnip. The yellow dim sum is a wonton and the blue is an eggroll. The pattern is from knitty.com:  http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEspring03/PATTdimsum.html

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10  Percolator and coffee cup in Sublime Stitching Embroidery by tejer on: June 27, 2006 03:50:04 PM
Note to self: waffle weave towels are not very easy to embroider. This turned out cute nonetheless, but it was hard to read the pattern and a bit hard to stitch up.

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