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1  Dyeing a Duvet Cover in Dyeing: Discussion and Questions by azuzuinatree on: September 12, 2010 03:22:08 PM
So, my duvet cover is super old, and like any good crafter/college student, I've decided that it will be less expensive (and more fun) for me to make my own than to buy one. I found a duvet pattern that I really love:



And now, I'm hoping you all lovely people will help me brainstorm a way to get a similar pattern using some combination of fabric dyeing, screen printing, batik, bleach dyeing, and any other techniques I haven't mentioned or heard of. I've done a fair amount of yarn dyeing and screen printing using freezer paper, and I'm always excited to try new things.

Thanks for your help!
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2  Penelope's Coat in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by azuzuinatree on: May 20, 2010 11:58:36 AM
I recently saw The Brothers Bloom, and I just loved it. Rachel Weisz's character Penelope was my adorable, and her clothes were fabulous. My favorite outfit of hers was a leopard print coat that she wore about half way through the movie.



Does anyone know of a pattern that closely resembles this jacket? I would love to make a copy of it.

Thank you!
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3  Wannabe Schoolgirl Dress in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by azuzuinatree on: January 22, 2008 06:14:59 PM
My version of burdastyle's "Zoe" dress:
http://www.burdastyle.com/patterns/show/17
somehow ended up looking like something a Catholic schoolgirl would wear. I think I mean that in a good way.

Excuse the blurry pictures... I let my younger sister take them.









In case it isn't clear in the photos, it's a cream/brown plaid fabric with hunter green. I really pleased with how it turned out.
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4  Collar Help in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by azuzuinatree on: January 15, 2008 04:07:45 PM
My little sister wants me to make her a shirt, and I'm more than happy to oblige. Unfortunately, she's requested it have a collar... something along these lines:

.

Sadly, I haven't the slightest how to draft the thing. What basic shape do I need? Any recommendations on how to go about this would be very much appreciated.

Thank you!
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5  Strawberry Hat in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by azuzuinatree on: June 11, 2007 11:18:41 AM
So, I have this friend who really wants a strawberry hat. Like this:

The thing is, I can't find a pattern that isn't for tiny children. If you happen to know a pattern, or have any ideas where I could find one, I will give you lots of spiritual points and a gold star.
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6  My Very Own Knit Black Dress (lots of pictures) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by azuzuinatree on: May 05, 2007 05:52:11 PM
Not only is this my first post, but it's my first project with a serger, as well the first thing I've ever done without a pattern.







Hope you like it! Comments would be very welcome. Also, my face is not really a black heart. I'm shy.
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