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1  Re: Ongoing Wish Swap Round 22 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by vee_power on: June 21, 2007 01:10:18 PM
happy day! I recieved from mlsocci this morning, a stack of great little recipe cards. such pretty birds! THANK-YOU so much. my favourite's the fat little red guy hehe.

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2  Re: Ongoing Wish Swap Round 22 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by vee_power on: May 24, 2007 01:40:52 AM
Oh dear, Homerof2 beat me in posting pics of my paintbrush rollup. Well, I took them (and even photoshoped them into a nice little shape hehe) so I'm posting them. So here's another look at the great rollup!



ps. been checkin out the gallery, everything is looking awesome! I'm loving that pearpincushion, Avesthel!
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3  Re: leggings. in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by vee_power on: April 23, 2007 09:12:21 AM
I had a pair of leggings that had a hole, so i thought I will unpick them and cut a pattern so that we can all benefit. The leggins in question are size L. They come down almost to the ankle. It's a one-piece pattern, you just cut two of it (opposites obviously).

Each piece encompasses one butt side and one front side (there's no outer-side-hip-seam). The little foldover bit on the top is to hold the wide elastic you're going to sew onto it. The F and B on the pattern show you what side is what. Hope there are enough measurements to help you draw it out.



First, sew each piece together down the leg (so you have 2 tubes). Then sew the crotch. (I say do it this way because when I unpicked the leggins I noticed thats how they did it). The seams are pretty much included, but if you want a little seam allowance, just add whatever. The fabric used in these was quite a lightweight, stretchy jersey knit.

I haven't made any yet, but I will definitely post a follow up when I do. Hope they make you happy!!!
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4  Re: The Hipslinger (aka The Fanny Pack)**TUTORIAL added!!** in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by vee_power on: July 10, 2006 02:52:37 PM
wow this is a super long running thread! and the fact that i made my own fanny pack today means that it is still alive and well Smiley i didnt follow your pattern exactly, i made it a little bit bigger and the mouth longer and i used a clip-in thing for the closure. im so happy to finally have a use for it! i bought a bunch of them years ago, and theyve all been sitting around and ive never been able to use them. so im real pleased. and i love my baggie! so much! thanks for a great tute.

here are the pics


Picture Album with PicTiger
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5  NINJASOCKMONKEY in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by vee_power on: June 05, 2006 07:36:22 AM
hey all of you. i got a request to show this little guy, i made him...a couple months ago. since then, ive been on the hunt for wicked socks to monkey-make with.

he reminds me so much of white-ninja, except...well...bla ck. if they squared up, he would asswhoop white-ninja tho. fo sure! hope you like him. jenna

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