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1  Re: Your Ideal Tea-Towel? in Sublime Stitching Embroidery by rozekitten on: July 13, 2007 08:04:44 PM
Hello everybody!  I am so, so sorry.  I have been so busy starting a new job for the last few weeks.  I thought that I would get a chance to post and send it before now, but anyways here it is.

Here the up close shots that were requested.





Here is my part:



AND the FINISHED TOWEL:



It is all packaged and really going away in the mail tommorrow!  Sorry again about the wait.
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2  Re: Owl Swap Round 4 Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by rozekitten on: June 12, 2007 06:13:40 PM
I received from indie-knitter today, and may I say... What a talented lady she is.  I love everything!

Total package:  An awesome purse, two pairs of earrings, a journal, and my favorite, an amazing wallet that she knit.


Up close of the earrings, embroidery on purse, and the cables on the wallet:


Thanks so much indie-knitter!
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3  Re: Your Ideal Tea-Towel? in Sublime Stitching Embroidery by rozekitten on: June 12, 2007 05:06:26 PM
Hello ladies!  Let's all come down now, the moment has come.  I just got it in the mail yesterday.  Ready to see the towel up to now?  I haven't done my part yet, but I will do it tommorrow.  I will post a final picture before it makes it's way home as well.

Without further ado:



If anyone would like to get up close and personal with one of the images let me know, I took pics of all of them.

So far, I am just amazed with the look, feel, and weave of the towel. 

Jenny or Mary, are these the towels that you are currently selling on the website?
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4  Halter Dress for Baboo in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by rozekitten on: June 03, 2007 07:10:38 PM
     I have seen so many halter dresses on here lately, I decided to give it a go today.  My daughter asked me for a red dress last night, so here is what I threw together.  And yes, that is a matching scarf and purse.  No, I don't know what I was thinking, but at least she seems to enjoy it.

Front:


Back:


Action:


I don't know if any of you have noticed the red and black mood I have been into lately, but if you have,  think it is finally over with this one.  Time to get another color into my system!   Grin 

*I ended up not using a pattern or a tutorial on this one.  If I was going to though, vegbee has got an awesome tutorial up right now that is very similar to this one.*

Thanks, and as always please let me know what you think.
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5  Panda Dress for the Baboo in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by rozekitten on: May 30, 2007 06:46:57 PM
Okay, Cheytown.  Thank you, thank you, thank you for the wonderful tutorial.  Here is the link for anyone who hasn't gotten to see it yet:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=170402.0

I made this dress for my daughter today.  Hooray for having the day off!  This started as a dress shirt donated (well actually saved just barely) from the man of the house.  Poor thing.  He didn't realize I could recon it.

I pretty much made mine like the tutorial.  I did box pleats, instead of knife, added some elastic to the back for extra fitting, and did a panda applique on the front.  Okay so down to business...

Front of dress:


Back of dress:


Close up of box pleats and the applique:


And of course, the infamous action shot:


Hope that you enjoyed it.  I am really proud of this, because I did it while she was away at school.  Which meant, no measuring.  Just guessing, and it fits her well, with growing room.

Please let me know what you think.  Thank you.
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6  Butterfly Dress for my Baboo in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by rozekitten on: May 29, 2007 07:25:28 PM
Please forgive the pictures.  My daughter was tired of taking pictures.  This is one of the three dresses I made this weekend for my daughter.  I just now got to take pictures of it because it is her favorite.  She wore it for a good solid 24 hrs. before I finally convinced her to take it off for washing.  And back on it went today.  You can tell by the way she is sooo giddy in the pictures.  *Repeat last sentence with sarcastic tone this time*

Front:  Fully lined in the same fabric as the flounce. 


There is a zipper in the back and there is a double flounce on the bottom.


You can tell how... ahem... overjoyed she is.    Wink


Okay, picture time is over, at least for today.  Please let me know what you think.  Thanks.
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7  Punk Rocker! Dress for my baboo. in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by rozekitten on: May 28, 2007 06:24:00 PM
I got to play yesterday all day in my craft room, and I made this for my little girl.  Now it's her turn to play.   Wink

When I was taking these pictures I noticed that something was off about one of the sides.  I worked it all out, but now she won't take any more pictures.  (She already got the ice cream.)  That's what I get for not using a pattern, but it's all fixed up now.  If I can get her to take another one later I'll post it. 

This has a hoodie, is lined in red knit, the outside is also knit.  It zips up and has a double flounce at the bottom.

Front:


Back:


Side:


Action Shot:



As always, please let me know what you think.  Thank you.

Edited:  Here it is all fixed on the side:




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8  Little Summer Dress for My Baboo in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by rozekitten on: May 28, 2007 06:07:43 PM
I got a overlock on Saturday!  Hooray!  I was practicing doing rolled hems and this is what I came up with.  It kind of reminds me of one of those 60's mod dresses, though I wasn't going for that.

Front of the dress.  I used a little elastic to gather the sleeves.


Back of the dress.  I did a gathered ruffle with a rolled hem on both sides and attached it to the bottom of the dress.


Up close of front.  I also added a little bit of the gathered ruffle on the top.


Here is the action shot!


Please let me know what you think.  Thank you.
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9  Toddler Half Apron in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by rozekitten on: May 03, 2007 04:40:41 PM
I did the Apron Swap a little bit ago and my daughter saw the apron I got, and immediately wanted on herself.  So I just put this together with some scraps that I had laying around in my craft room.  Here we go:



I appliqued two flowers and a butterfly on it.  I also added some buttons.  The apron is divided into two pockets on the front.

And of course the action shots:

UP CLOSE


And one of her modeling:

(Please excuse the clothes in the background.  When she plays dress up, no ones clothes are spared.)

Please let me know what you think.  Thanks!
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10  Re: Worth Your While Apron Swap #2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by rozekitten on: April 29, 2007 10:06:36 PM
Well I decided to go ahead and post the pictures of the apron that I sent to SissyRadford.  She received last Monday, but I think she has gotten busy saving the world one piece of fabric at a time in the fabric shop she works in!   Grin

Please ignore the poor image quality, I took these with my camera phone before I sent off.

The Apron:



And a close up of the pocket:



She wanted a half apron for cooking, so hopefully this is what she was looking for!  Thanks for a great swap ladies!  I've really enjoyed it and hopefully there will be a Round 3.
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