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1  One Smokin' Lotus in Needlework: Completed Projects by sewgreen on: September 04, 2007 07:58:00 AM
This is a gift to the woman who created this monster!
Her favorite colors- I think they go well for a boy or a girl.


a close-up
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2  Coi Fish Little Boy Shirt in Needlework: Completed Projects by sewgreen on: August 31, 2007 07:22:46 AM
This is for my nephew and the last boy item I'm making for a while...its a GIRL stuff from now on Wink

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3  Baby Blue Bird and a sweet Lotus Flower onesies in Needlework: Completed Projects by sewgreen on: August 24, 2007 07:39:22 AM
Some more of my unisex themed onesies with  handmade designs
my baby blue bird

and the lotus

these were so much fun to do...
thanks for lukin'
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4  HELP! What do I do with this quilt piece I found? in Quilting: Discussion and Questions by sewgreen on: August 15, 2007 07:12:47 AM
While shopping at my favorite secret vintage store, I found 2 old polyester pieces of not quite finished quilt pieces. I could put them together and make a big blanket, BUT its polyester, so its not that soft. I am looking for alternative ideas for using these pieces. Here is what the two pieces look like,

One is bigger than the other, you can see the seem of where I put them together. I could make a quilt out of it, but just use it for a play blanket for picnics and such outside. I wanted to make a skirt/jumper for myself, but scared of the sweatiness of polyester. What else could I make?HuhHuh I just know theres a great idea out there for this little gem I found...oh yea, and it only cost a dollar a piece, so 2 bucks total. Score!
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5  Re: Mosaic Table revamp in Glass Crafts: Completed Projects by sewgreen on: August 12, 2007 12:38:38 PM
Now painted white...because its the only color I had on hand, but I luv the way it turned out!
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6  Simple and Sweet "green" baby onesies in Needlework: Completed Projects by sewgreen on: August 09, 2007 06:44:32 PM
These are some more "green" ideas for baby onesies that are unisex. Simple but sweet.
compost pile

seedling


Can you tell my made-up compost pile? It kinda looks like poo....hehehe
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7  Re: Show off you giant veggies or just your green thumb in Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects by sewgreen on: August 09, 2007 08:21:19 AM
Well, it was a bountiful morning indeed...I had to show off what I picked out of my garden this morning.....I am so excited...MY 1st WATERMELON!  I just picked/and showed my first cantaloupe, and theres at least 5 more medium sized, and lots more baby watermelons, too. To help identify the items, in front of the watermelon are 2 white eggplant, and in front of those are 3 lemon cucumbers(small and round and DEELISH) and all round the sides, as you can guess are good ole regular cucumbers, and last (and least) are some Dragons Tongue Beans...I've been eating tons of these, and they are great! They loose the color purple when you cook them, but still taste great. There aren't very many here because I had to come in because of the mosquito's eating me alive!

Guess its time to make the tabouli!
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8  Mosaic Table revamp...Modified to include new paint job...white in Glass Crafts: Completed Projects by sewgreen on: August 07, 2007 08:29:21 AM
I bought this table for 3 bucks at one of my favorite thrift stores a few months back, and finally got arond to doing a mosaic on it. I ended up doing both of the levels in almost the same pattern and colors. Plus, I sanded it and painted it black. I also used a glass sealer on top of it when I finished the grout. Check it out! Revised- NOW painted white!
before



after

let me know what you think!
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9  Hand Made Designs for Onesies Fishes and Rocket Bombers in Needlework: Completed Projects by sewgreen on: August 07, 2007 08:12:34 AM
Heres my big bad blue fish

close-up- he's big he's bad and he's blue

Rocket Bomber

close-up

thanks for lukin'
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10  Dream Green and Organically Grown onesies in Sublime Stitching Embroidery by sewgreen on: August 07, 2007 08:04:06 AM
I stitched these up last night for myself. They are unisex since I don't know the sex of my baby yet. (I find out in 3 weeks) I used the veggies from the I Luv Veggies set from SS, and the letters are from the Stitch It Kit from SS.
Organically Grown

a close-up

Dream Green

a close-up

thanks for checkin' 'em out!
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