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1  Re: Kim's Kanine Koats (LOL) With (lots of) Pics/Tutorial/Thingy in Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects by Kimmeh on: October 06, 2004 07:55:30 PM
I made a Kanine Koat!  This is only about my third sewing project ever (and first project posting on craftster!) so I am pretty pleased with how it came out.. the seam binding stuff isn't as bad as I thought it would be to work with!  I do admit that some of it is a bit wonky but I don't think the dog will notice. Smiley

It's for my mom's chihuahua, Lucy, who resides in NY.  Therefore, I had to have my floppy stuffed puppy model it:

I put the really fuzzy sort of fleece on the inside so it is nice and cozy.

FAR OUT! I LOVE IT! I'm so glad people actually use my pattern! They're SO easy to make don't you think? I hope your mum and her doggy likes it, oh make sure she sends you a photo of Lucy showing it off and could you post it here? That would be totally awesome :d Thanks heaps for showing your coat!

PS: The wonkiness won't be noticable - only you will see it! And the more things you sew, the better you will become at it Cheesy Excellent work Smiley
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2  Re: sleepy time(princess) mask now with tutorial!!! in Completed Projects by Kimmeh on: May 30, 2004 01:23:17 AM
great job!. i'm glad my sleep mask tutoiral inspired you. i hope others will make some too. can't wait to see some. Smiley

Hey Sarah Grin Here are mine Smiley


BACK! The back on the pink one looks crooked in the pic, but it isn't. I just can't take photos of my projects I guess lol

Recognise the stripey material??? LOL!!

I sewed around the edges because I have this "thing" about everything being "finished", and I think it gives it a finished look! Thanks again for the tutorial, it was awesome!
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