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1  Re: Tutorial: literally, a monster purse! ((reposted, and an apology)) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by luvcraft on: October 04, 2007 05:16:27 PM
Thank you so much for coming back and sharing your tutorial - I was able to make this bag for my dd to use for school - she adores it!!

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2  Re: Aussie & Kiwi Ongoing Craft Supply Swap - Round 1 (15 Feb to 15 Mar) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by luvcraft on: March 11, 2007 12:13:32 AM
Okay, I am going to claim geek-pride's LOT 1 - Tulip Squares fabric  Grin
I'm liking that retro look!

Now here's my list again..........
Lot 1:

Cross stitch book with lots of beautiful designs.

Lot2:

Dried and pressed Flower book - lots of fun things to do with dried or pressed flowers.

Lot3:
1 fat quarter of cotton fabric - featuring flowers in blue and white patterned cups on a black background - Claimed already
Lot4:

Teddy Bear craft book - lots of different crafts themed around teddy bears - there are teddy bears to make, jerseys to knit, cross stitich designs to name a few.

Lot5:

Pretty all over leaf design on cotton fabric 75cm x110cm

Lot6:

Soft Scupture doll book - designs and instructions for making 11 different soft sculpture dolls - including a baby and a witch.

Lot 7:

Here we have 1 piece of Thomas the Tank Engine fabric 1.17m x 1m cotton and 1 piece of train fabric 1m x 1.1m cotton. (I was going to make a small quilt for my train mad son with the Thomas fabric on the front and the trains as the backing........I never quite got around to making it!)

Lot 8:

A wooden 'dressme' doll.  The top lifts up and you place fabric scraps over the body and then replace the top and ta-da! dressed - I only had a green fabric scrap handy - but you can use ribbons and lace any scraps for dressing.  All she/he needs is a face painted on and maybe some underwear too  Wink

Lot 9:

Cute Debbie Mumm pattern for a wallhanging.

Lot 10:

Dusky Pink knit fabric with a waffle type texture 1.75m

Anyone want to claim something?  There are still a few days until the 15th  Smiley
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3  Re: Aussie & Kiwi Ongoing Craft Supply Swap - Round 1 (15 Feb to 15 Mar) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by luvcraft on: February 16, 2007 09:56:51 PM
I claim LOT 2 - 60s FLORAL FABRIC from enchanted_wool

And here are my supplies up for claim:

Lot 1:

Cross stitch book with lots of beautiful designs.

Lot2:

Dried and pressed Flower book - lots of fun things to do with dried or pressed flowers.

Lot3:

1 fat quarter of cotton fabric - featuring flowers in blue and white patterned cups on a black background (tape measure just to give you an idea of the size of the design)

Lot4:

Teddy Bear craft book - lots of different crafts themed around teddy bears - there are teddy bears to make, jerseys to knit, cross stitich designs to name a few.

Lot5:

Pretty all over leaf design on cotton fabric 75cm x110cm

Lot6:

Soft Scupture doll book - designs and instructions for making 11 different soft sculpture dolls - including a baby and a witch.

Lot 7:

Here we have 1 piece of Thomas the Tank Engine fabric 1.17m x 1m cotton and 1 piece of train fabric 1m x 1.1m cotton. (I was going to make a small quilt for my train mad son with the Thomas fabric on the front and the trains as the backing........I never quite got around to making it!)

Lot 8:

A wooden 'dressme' doll.  The top lifts up and you place fabric scraps over the body and then replace the top and ta-da! dressed - I only had a green fabric scrap handy - but you can use ribbons and lace any scraps for dressing.  All she/he needs is a face painted on and maybe some underwear too  Wink

Lot 9:

Cute Debbie Mumm pattern for a wallhanging.

Lot 10:

Dusky Pink knit fabric with a waffle type texture 1.75m

Okay, surely there is something here that someone wants................  Undecided
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4  My first messenger bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by luvcraft on: February 05, 2007 09:38:54 PM
 Grin (very proud of myself!!)
I got inspired by this tutorial here and mostly followed it:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=2684.0

And here is my finished bag........(modeled by my daughter Smiley)




now my daughter wants one for school - only a bit larger........



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5  jangly bracelet in Beads: Completed Projects by luvcraft on: March 31, 2006 03:25:26 AM

Above you see the back of the bracelet - I really wanted a long hangy bit with a bead - I thought that would add to the dangly nature of this bracelet.

And above you see the front - I love wearing this, its so loud!! - the beads jangle together to make a pleasent um.........jangly noise.........lol.
so I went to spotlight the other day (big craftstore in NZ) and drooled all down the bead isle - it honestly took me nearly an hour to pick the beads I wanted - there was so much choice - I ended up picking the blackbeads with the pink flowers on them and then just added some other pink and black beads to compliment them - have I said that I'm really loving playing with beads??.........lol.

Okay this is my first try at showing a picture of what I've made - so I hope it works........lol
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