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1  Re: Punk Baby/Toddler Swap in The Swap Gallery by wolffepsyche on: June 20, 2010 07:03:50 AM
Since Hotaru_Fett hasn't been able to post pictures of what I sent her, MamanTattoo asked me to go ahead and post them. So here's my package to her...

Star Wars themed storage bucket. She said her little boy was crazy about Star Wars.

Skull pants and "Mom" tattoo PJ set

Closeup of the Mom shirt

Craftster skull totebag for her

Wang Chun (a style of martial arts) totebag for her older son. This didn't turn out as good as I had hoped. It was my first attempt at a freezer paper stencil. I wish I had just done it freehand like I did the Mom shirt. Ah well, live and learn!
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2  Re: Punk Baby/Toddler Swap in The Swap Gallery by wolffepsyche on: June 07, 2010 12:27:54 PM
*squee!* Found a package on my doorstep after lunch.  I have been SO SPOILED. OMG I have total swap anxiety now. My things aren't near as cool (or plentiful!) as what Hotaru_Fett sent me! I took tons of pictures, so here they are:

A monster board whose face is blank and a ton of face stickers, plus 4 chunky dinosaurs. Jake was stealing these off the changing table as I was trying to take pictures.

I kept having to take them back from him to get the picture. He wasn't real happy about that either. Wink

Adorable hat and shorts set! The shorts are really, really cool. They are super adjustable. She put buttonhole elastic in the back waistband, and a button on either side. He'll be able to wear these for a long, long time. And I love that he looks like Angus from AC/DC. I gotta get him a white t-shirt and a tie. LOL

She included a t-shirt for me too! The big skull and crossbones is on the bottom and the little one is on the sleeve. I love it!

A t-shirt for Jake with the skull on the bottom and two ribbon belts. He needs belts so those are fantastic. And the shirt is awesome too. How did you do it? Is it a freezer paper stencil?

Action shot of the above shirt. He wouldn't stand very still. I was keeping him from the dinosaurs!

My pictures can't do this crayon tote justice. I was getting bumped by Jake wanting to see, so this one's blurry. It says "Here there be dragons"

The inside. Super cool!

And along with all the crayons in the front, she stuffed the bag with goodies! Coloring books, sticker books, a magnet doodler, two monster puppets and some monster bandaids!

Every time I brought out something new he was ooohing and aaahhing. LOL He's still playing with the puppets and has the dinosaurs arranged on his bed. Thank you, thank you Jen. You were super generous. Jake and I love everything you sent.
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3  Re: Punk Baby/Toddler Swap in The Swap Gallery by wolffepsyche on: May 29, 2010 06:29:56 AM
Teaser pic!

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4  DSLR Camera Bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by wolffepsyche on: April 11, 2010 11:50:15 AM
After scouring ebay for a nice camera bag for my new (to me) DSLR I decided I could make one cheaper and - even better - with custom fabric. I finally finished it last night around midnight. Well, mostly. I'm going to embroider some top stitching around the top of the bag to try and clean it up a bit but other than that it's done. This one is definitely a prototype. I have to figure out a better way of doing the inside. It turned out okay, and is certainly functional, but it's not very pretty. Doing the topstitching to attach the lining to the outside of the bag was almost impossible with the padding in place. I'm going to have to think on that problem some more and see if I can come up with a better way of doing it. In any case, I'm still very pleased with the bag.


Back. One big pocket for wallet, cell phone, keys, etc.

Front inside the flap. There are 6 pockets for lens caps, filters, CF cards, etc.

Inside loaded with my gear (2 lenses, flash, battery charger, camera body w/lens).
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5  Messenger bag purse/toddler diaper bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by wolffepsyche on: March 28, 2010 11:15:54 AM
I've had this awesome fabric for more than a year, and just decided what to do with it. It's Amy Schimler for Robert Kaufman from the Forest Fun series. I used the tute here only I didn't make the zippered top and I added dividers to make sections.

The back has one big pocket that holds my wallet.

The front has two pockets for keys and cell phone and misc stuff. Inside there are 5 pocket things. The back left holds a change of clothes for my son, back right has wipes and diapers, front left has my checkbook and calendar, front center is for a sippy cup and the front right holds toys and my son's epi pen. I'm not super happy with the dividers and of course after it was all together I figured out a better way of doing it but oh well. They work.

I'm going to make another one with padding to serve as a camera bag for my SLR next. Then probably a few more to use up other cute fabrics I have in my stash. Smiley
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