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1  Corduroy fabric patchwork balls (edited to add pattern source) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Crafty Panties on: September 17, 2008 09:25:09 AM
I love corduroy.  I found some yummy chocolate brown corduroy at a thrift store.  I paired it with some gorgeous gold printed fabric by Free Spirit to make some patchwork balls.  I made two versions.  I think these are my fave fabric balls I've ever made.  And that is my daughter holding each one. 

edit:  I got the pattern from Patchwork Puzzle Balls by Jinny Beyer.

Ball 1:






Ball 2:





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2  Patchwork Balls in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Crafty Panties on: September 04, 2008 12:21:15 PM
I made some patchwork balls for my friend's kids.  She had twin girls this summer and she also has a 3 yr. old girl.  I made one for each of them but didn't assign any one ball to any one child.  I figured the 3 yr. old would want to have her pick.  I love making these patchwork balls - I've made several for my daughter.  I got the patterns from Jinny Beyer's book Patchwork Puzzle Balls.  Here they are:

Ball 1:



Ball 2:



Ball 3:  I only got one decent shot of this one.  I gave it away before I realized it.

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3  Goth's Eye....my latest temari in Needlework: Completed Projects by Crafty Panties on: September 04, 2008 10:57:51 AM
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4  Dirty Pillows in Needlework: Completed Projects by Crafty Panties on: August 08, 2008 07:49:34 PM
At pretty much the last minute, here's my entry.  It's a quote from the movie Carrie.  Carrie's mom says it to her, to which Carrie replies, "Breasts, Mama.  They're called breasts, and every woman has them."  I love it.

I went crazy on the stitching, I know.  I've been wanting to do some blackwork, so I did whole hella lotta blackwork.  I just started doing it and it just got denser and denser...and I kept thinking I was crazy the whole time.  I could have made it so much simpler  Roll Eyes  I started filling in the "D", then realized that I really didn't need to.  But I thought that taking all those little backstitches out would be really tough and would screw up the "D".  I used cross stitch and back stitch, and I mostly got the stitches from Erica Wilson's Embroidery Book.


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5  Check out my balls! in Needlework: Completed Projects by Crafty Panties on: July 16, 2008 03:06:38 PM
My temari balls, that is.  I've been making these on and off for the past couple years.  I've made close to 30 of them.  Temari is a traditional Japanese craft.  Some fabric is wadded up and thread is wound around it a bunch of times until you have a nice round ball.  Then it's divided into sections and a pattern is embroidered on the surface.  Here's my most recent two:




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