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11  Re: Postcard Swap Round 3 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Mrs. Tricky on: July 30, 2007 09:08:57 PM
Received from kitty93 a couple of days ago.  Thanks.  This postcard makes me wish I was there in Bali. Smiley

 
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12  Re: OTT Round 13 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Mrs. Tricky on: July 30, 2007 09:01:04 PM
Woo hoo!  I received a great surprise today... a cute post-it note book made out of monopoly money.   Also a cute card of Tony the tiger.  Thanks Casslyra.  

Here is the card.  I think Casslyra scanned a cereal box and printed it out and made it a card.  This is so cool that I am going to scan my cereal box as soon as I am done posting
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This is the outside of the book.  I love little books.


Here are the post-its inside.  Funny enough, I was really looking all over my office this weekend for post-it notes and couldn't find any.  Now I have some. Smiley
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13  Re: Postcard Swap Round 3 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Mrs. Tricky on: July 21, 2007 08:26:27 AM
I received my postcard from wax51 on Friday.  

She sent a pic of a steamboat, wait... that's a building made to look like a steamboat.  Very cool, very craftster.  Next time I'm driving through Laughlin, NV I am definitely going to check this out.

Thanks wax51!  I love it.
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14  Re: Get Ready for Summer Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Mrs. Tricky on: July 05, 2007 07:40:51 PM
Woo Hoo!!  I just received my package from Barbolot in my first ever swap and what a package it was!

My favorite item might be the apron.  It reads, "This is one hot smokin' mama."


Or it might the great big summer bag with a matching pocket on front.  It's also reversible.


Or it might be the goldfish and starfish towel checkerboard.  I think this was quite clever.  My girls and I have already played with it today.


I also like the little zipper bag filled with manicure/pedicure products.  I can't wait to use these.  The book and jeweled bookmark are beautiful.


I also received a funny magnet and grilled pineapple recipe that looks delicious.  I can't wait to try it out.  I love pineappple.

Thanks a ton, Barbolot.  I am thrilled.

Best to all.  What a fun swap.
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15  Patriotic Kids' T-Shirts in Sublime Stitching Embroidery by Mrs. Tricky on: July 03, 2007 11:14:41 PM
So I'm one of those moms who likes to dress their kids up in matching outfits on big holidays.  I know... I know....  That can be another topic for discussion later.  

But this year I couldn't find anything I liked, so I bought a couple of white t-shirts from Target for $4.99 with navy blue bottoms also for $4.99 and went to work.  I used patterns from the Sublime Stitching book, thread and materials which I already had.  So I spent $20.00 total to dress both kids for the festivities.



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16  Onesies - Sublime Vegetables in Sublime Stitching Embroidery by Mrs. Tricky on: March 30, 2007 09:18:58 PM
So I wanted to try embroidery after I saw all the wonderful projects here.  I haven't embroidered since I was 10.  I bought some Sublime Stitching patterns and t-shirt stabilizer (which I love) and made these for my pregnant friend.


One question - Does anyone cover the back of the embroidery?  Some of my store-bought clothes have felt (or something) on the back.  I don't like the back of the onesies.  I need to practice more to make it look nicer.


Thanks for looking.
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17  Completed Baby Quilt in Quilting: Completed Projects by Mrs. Tricky on: February 20, 2007 05:04:11 PM
Hi Y'all,

This is my first post.  I just completed my second quilt ever.  It is baby quilt for my friend.  I just picked out fabric I liked and cut a whole bunch of 5.5 x 5.5 inch squares.  I laid out a simple pattern, sewed, then machine quilted along the seams.  The binding was difficult.  Any suggestions for a novice quilter?  Thanks.



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