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1  QUILTING / Quilting: Discussion and Questions / Wooly Flower Quilt on: July 05, 2005 07:14:14 AM
I'm brand new to quilting - in fact it was a snap decision.  I was in the quilting store looking for fabric for other crafty adventures and they had this behind the counter WoolyFlower
I could not resist - I've never done any quilting, so why not jump in with a big project?  Anyway, my question has to do with the embroidery for the details and such - is this something that you need an embroidery hoop to keep the material flat?  And what does "square up" mean? Is that sort of like blocking in knitting?
2  UNITED STATES / Connecticut / SnB - CT Shore (Knitters and Crafters wanted!) on: April 18, 2005 07:26:05 PM
For those of you who may not want to trek out to New Haven, a few of us have tried to get a shorline group going (serving Guilford, Madison, Clinton, Westbrook, Branford, etc) - we have met at the Madison starbucks, the Paperback cafe, and most recently the Guilford Tavern - it's a stitch and sip!  Anyway, we're definetly looking for more participants...
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3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Mini Lab Coat on: July 20, 2004 04:48:47 AM
I am looking for some help here - I have a large Kermit the Frog stuffed toy that was won for me at Dave and Busters a few years back... It's at least 3 feet tall - with long arms / legs.  I am a science teacher and wanted to bring Kermit into my classroom as a mascot, but I didn't want him to be without the proper gear - a lab coat!  Any ideas on how to go about starting this?  I can figure out the exact measurements / size later (and provide a picture, but right now it's charging.) I didn't know if I could adapt an American Girl sort of pattern, or if there was a kid-sized lab coat / halloween costume! 

I'm thinking a simple white lab coat, maybe with a pocket, and I'll embroider "Kermit" or something on it.  Buttons, collars are not necessary. 
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