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1  Re: Fabric ATC Swap Round 2 GALLERY (SEND OUT 9/15/07) in The Swap Gallery by craftydiane on: September 19, 2007 05:02:33 AM
Here is the card I sent to Tygir!
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2  Re: Fabric ATC Swap Round 2 GALLERY (SEND OUT 9/15/07) in The Swap Gallery by craftydiane on: September 18, 2007 05:05:51 PM
I received three great cards in the mail today!!!

This one is from Tuesday!
I love the way she did the butterfly!


This one is from Goatgoddess!
I love the butterfly charm!


This one is from Tygir!
Beautiful hearts!  She also sent me a really pretty piece of fabric!



I just love all my cards and thank each of you so very much!!! Grin

To everyone on the swap.  Can I mention to ya'll that if your ATC card is bulky and makes your envelope more than 1/4 inch thick it requires extra postage.  Even if it is very light you need to add extra.  Usually a standard envelope that is more than 1/4 inch thick but very light will require 58 cents postage.
I had a card come with postage due today and luckily since I live in a very small town where everyone at the post office has known me for years, they brought it to me and I was able to pay the extra 17 cents and it was not sent back to the sender for postage!
Just wanted to let everyone know so you can be careful and check your envelope size and thickness.  The post office rules are very different now!
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3  Re: Fabric ATC Swap Round 2 GALLERY (SEND OUT 9/15/07) in The Swap Gallery by craftydiane on: September 15, 2007 06:43:47 AM
Here is the card I sent Tuesday.  I am posting it as she is having problems with her camera.
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4  Re: Embroidered and hand sewn hussif (housewife) in Needlework: Completed Projects by craftydiane on: June 11, 2007 04:55:39 PM
Yes, the round thing is a pin cushion.  I used an old piece of crochet that I got from someone on it.
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5  Re: Fabric ATC Swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by craftydiane on: June 11, 2007 03:51:35 PM
I received two beautiful cards in the mail today!
This one is from Ms. Rosie:

This one is from Kikigirl:

Thank you ladies!  They are both fantastic!
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6  Re: Embroidered and hand sewn hussif (housewife) in Needlework: Completed Projects by craftydiane on: June 11, 2007 03:48:07 PM
I also added ribbon on the side with snaps so that I could hook it closed.  Here are two pictures showing this.

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7  Re: Embroidered and hand sewn hussif (housewife) in Needlework: Completed Projects by craftydiane on: June 11, 2007 03:43:43 PM
Here are pictures of my hussif with all my notions in it!



The little containers with the black and blue lids are mechanical pencil lead containers that I put different size needles in.


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8  Embroidered and hand sewn hussif (housewife) in Needlework: Completed Projects by craftydiane on: June 08, 2007 07:03:50 PM
This is a hussif I made to put all my sewing tools in.  Hussifs come from the Victorian Housewifes that ladies made out of silk to put their sewing tools in.  I made mine out of cotton.  It is 25" wide by 7" long.  The two outside edges fold in to meet in the middle and then the whole thing folds in half.  Very handy to have.
This is the outside:

This is the inside:
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Close up of some of the pockets:








Close up of front:
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9  Re: Fabric ATC Swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by craftydiane on: June 08, 2007 03:35:17 PM
Received my card from cjsachiko today.  I just love it!  I love the way you put the flower and ribbon on it!  Thank you C.J.


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10  Memory Wall Hanging in Quilting: Completed Projects by craftydiane on: April 12, 2007 05:05:57 AM
I designed, hand appliqued, hand embroidered, and hand quilted this wall hanging.  It is a special memory of mine from when I was 8 years old.  The blonde girl is my cousin, the brunette is me, and the boy is my brother who died when I was 16.  He was 16 at the time of this story I have captured in my wall hanging.  My cousin and I were selling crackers and pecans by the road in front of our house.  My brother was our only customer.  Then he drove us to the store in our old blue truck to buy candy with our money!  How many brothers would do that?  He was truly a special person and I still miss him very much even though he has been gone now for 31 years.






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