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1  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Several dolls on: May 02, 2011 12:11:19 PM
Zosomoto dolls inspired me a few years ago, I had bought a BUNCH of felt form a local store clearance it out and was looking for something to make with it.  I gave it a shot and had a lot of fun hand sewing them together. I made a bunch for my Halloween collection and some over the years as gifts for family members. I have posted a few on here before I gave my In-laws. Here are some more I have made. (the blue puppy is a miniature of my sons favorite stuffed Animal)

2  QUILTING / Quilting: Completed Projects / First Applique Quilt on: May 02, 2011 11:45:33 AM
I made it for my In-Laws 50th anniversary last summer. I had never attempted anything like this before but once again I jumped in feet first. I used An iron on applique to attach the pieces and then machine sewed the pieces with a blanket stitch to the top panel, then sewed around each piece when the middle and back was on. I used my embroidery machine to do the Name (one letter at at time) The design is from the Family Crest. Husband scanned it in for me and Then I spent hours turning it into something I could sew a bunch more easily. I used a poster program to print it out to the size I wanted, taped all the pages together. They were thrilled with it and I wish now I had started sooner to put more detail on the quilt itself and maybe do more actual quilting on it.
Family crest :

Right after they opened it, Husband holding it up, Shows the Size, I ran out of time and still needed to put the binding on at that point:

Completed Quilt Hanging up:


Traci
3  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / My first Granny Square Bed afghan on: February 14, 2011 08:59:26 PM
and as with everything I do, I always think big and bite off more then I really should. This afghan has been a year in the making with long breaks and hiding it form view when I got tired of it.
I do need to weave the ends in (I so regret not doing it as I went along!!!) and putting a simple border around the outside yet. But its usable and looks great on our bed.
The Kitty is Moki and that is the spot he sleeps in every night:)



Traci
4  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / A very Frugal Christmas! on: January 31, 2011 04:09:46 PM
Money was very tight this year so I decided to help out the wallet by making a bunch of gifts. Here are a few I remembered to take Pictures of before wrapping.





Top Left: Apron, Fingertip Potholders, Drink wrap
Top Right: 4 ribbon covered Styrofoam ornaments
Middle Left: Eyeglass case, Keychain, Tissue Holder
Middle Right: Crochets Hat, Scarf, Fingerless Gloves
Bottom Left: Eye Mask, Crocheted facial scrubbers, Tissue holder, Flannel/terry cloth make up removers
Bottom Right: Doggy Bandana's and Paw Towels
5  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / First time making a Purse and misc purse related objects on: January 31, 2011 03:57:20 PM
A few weeks ago I decided to try my hand at making a purse. After spending hours scouring the net for a purse to try, I picked the Tatanne Bag http://thesisterof.blogspot.com/p/pattern.html
Since I was unsure how well it would turn out, I decided to use what I had on hand to make it and not spend any money on fabric or notions. The Purse turned out great! I love it. I ended up making an Organizer, Wallet, Card holders, and tea wallet to match. The only thing I ended up buying was some heavy duty fusible interfacing for the bottom of the purse, I had everything else on hand.




I love it so much I am now working on another one! The only thing I have changed is to make the handles longer so I can put them over my shoulder.
6  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / First Freezer Paper Stencils I ever Done on: September 29, 2010 11:20:20 AM
Our Son loves Halo but due to his Stature and Age (12), its hard to find Items that fit him and aren't $$$$$.

I saw the freezer paper stenciling on here and thought I would give it a try and found out I LOVE IT! I have made him 2 T-shirts so far and plan on making many more of different kinds. I used fabric paint (tulip I believe)



Traci:)
7  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Newest Dolls- USA Doll and Nun on: June 29, 2009 01:31:22 PM
I made the Nun for another Sister in Law that collects them. I also made the rosary.  The USA doll for me Smiley I got the idea from Kiwidragon's Patriotic Poppet http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=310651.0






Traci Smiley
8  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / WOZ Dorothy Doll on: June 23, 2009 04:02:43 PM
I made this doll for my Sister in law that collects all things Wizard of Oz. Kudos to my Husband for coming up with the Idea for Toto ( basically a black yarn pom pom with beads for eyes) for the Basket I made a form from index cards and cut felt into strips and weaved/hot glued it to the form. Again the doll was entirely hand sewn and made with acrylic felt, poly fill and embroidery thread.




Traci:)
9  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Anatomically Correct Felt Dolls (edited to show pics) on: June 13, 2009 07:24:42 PM
I started making Dolls out of felt a few years back when I got inspired by all the wonderful doll makers on here. I had just bought tons of felt when they shut the Craft dept at my local Garden Ride and was looking for ways to use it. I don't think I have made a dent in the pile of felt yet and its been 3+ years.

I am really proud of my newest dolls I made for my In laws 49th anniversary yesterday. They loved them.  This was my first time making anatomically correct dolls and it was a lot of fun and I am already planning my next one.  The dolls are around 15 inches tall and entirely hand sewn with my own patterns. They are made of acrylic felt, Yarn, poly stuffing and embroidery thread.



Traci Smiley (Finally figured out how to get the images to show)
10  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Christmas Stockings (Link to Pictures) on: December 02, 2008 07:49:07 AM
HI:) This is my first time posting. I just wanted to share these stockings I made this week. My Husband didn't like the store bought ones we had and wanted a more traditional look to them.  So, I went traditional with a Twist and added something to each stocking that each person liked. I made the stockings out of Fabric I had for years and used felt and fabric paints for the names and images on the front of the Stockings.


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