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1  Re: Teeny Tiny Tipi in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Inna on: June 16, 2009 04:31:39 PM
new and improved model
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2  Teeny Tiny Tipi in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Inna on: May 17, 2009 09:22:48 PM
Here is my latest...
The teeny Tiny Tipi
It's 6 feet across the bottom - just enough room for two 4 year olds


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3  Sleeping Mask with pattern in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by Inna on: March 19, 2009 09:45:55 PM
My MIL asked me to make her some new sleep masks and I figured I should share the pattern


should print to right scale if you fit to page.

http://meandher.blog.ca/2010/09/22/just-trying-to-see-if-posting-a-pdf-will-work-9436783/

this link might be to a pdf version of the pattern...or it might not work.
take a chance and let me know if it does work please.
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4  Re: 2008 Completed Costumes Scrapbook! (completed project pictures & links go here!) in Halloween Costumes by Inna on: November 18, 2008 09:09:13 AM
Here is a pic of the costume I made for my Daughter for Halloween
It was made using no patterns - the only thing not made by me was the crinoline and the headband
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5  Re: green leopard corset! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Inna on: August 14, 2007 08:23:30 AM
i really like it! When I saw how the back gaps when it reaches your hips I thought why don't you add a triangular piece in there and then have two trails of ribbon hanging down - very industrial - just a thought.
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6  My first Quilt - 3x3 in Quilting: Completed Projects by Inna on: March 04, 2007 03:09:01 PM

I made it to fill in a space above my fireplace. Machine quilted only.
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7  Christmas Tree Skirt Pattern in Winter Holidays by Inna on: November 14, 2006 01:29:12 PM
I was supposed to be working but.... I was thinking of Christmas.
Here is a tree skirt pattern my brain thought up. I made it to fit a 11x17 piece of paper. If you want the pdf pm me.

You need to cut out 12 of each of two (or more) colours for a total of 24 pieces. You sew two of these wrong sides together leaving a gap in your stitching for turning. Turn piece right side out and sew gap closed. Do this to all pieces to total 12 "units". You need to have mirrored units - I found this out the hard way - you need six of one and six mirrored ones. Press well. Take two "units" and place them same colours together matching edges and sew along one of the dashed lines on pattern. Do this to all units. You should have 6 units now. Take two of those units and place them same colours together matching edges and sew along the other dashed line on pattern. Leave one unit unjoined so that you can place this around a tree. Fold back "petals" and press really well. Tack sew the tips of the "petals" down.
Ta Da!!! Tree Skirt!
I haven't tried the pattern yet because I am still at work. I will post mine when finished.
This is my first two "units" sewn together to make a bigger unit.

and a bonus picture of the stockings I am making this year. Which I also have a pdf of if anyone is interested.

Here is the stocking pattern - and again - pm me if you want the pdf version


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8  Re: Skirt from a Bedsheet - Looking for a Good Pattern! in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Inna on: April 27, 2006 06:32:07 PM
I think an A line skirt would look better - better yet a 6 gore skirt. I am looking for a pattern myself because I am too lazy to make myself one. When I do I will share it though.
To make a six gore skirt pattern you take your waist measurement plus a couple of inches for ease and divide that by six - this is the measurement for the top of your panel (A), then you measure how long you want your skirt = the length of your panel (B). Then you add a few inches to A measurement to get your measurement (C) for the bottom of the panel.
Then you need to add seam allowance around your panel. cut six pieces the same. A zipper will need to be added to get into it though.
A bit confusing, no?

I was so wrong - I just made the patterns.

I can't get it to look good - just pm me and I will send you a pdf of the pattern.
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9  Re: come one! come all! post pics of your tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by Inna on: April 20, 2006 05:18:03 PM
My newest one

I just got back from the shop!!
I so love it!!
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10  Re: come one! come all! post pics of your tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by Inna on: March 15, 2006 08:55:33 AM
Updates!!!!


Here is the second sitting of my DH's newest work in progress.
April 20th is my appointment for mine from this artist - I can't wait to see what he has drawn for me.
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