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« on: April 29, 2008 02:33:21 PM »

Hi Everyone!  Cheesy

I have just started crafting in the past couple of months - I collect dolls, and decided to sew up a little bandana dress for one of them from some online instructions.

And then, I kind of randomly decided to sew a teddy bear! Shocked So I did. However Easter was coming up, and with some modifications it became a bunny. I was a bit shocked that it turned out so well ("so well" to be understood as, "recognizably a bunny!")- I did the sewing by hand, since I have no idea how to use my sewing machine and it was at home while I was away at school.

And then I got really ambitious and made a baby doll, and I want to learn about stuffies and so on, and figure out how to use my sewing machine so that I can really get cracking!
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« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2008 10:27:07 AM »

Hi Fledgling!  You really are enthusiastic!  Your crafts all sound really cute.

"so well" to be understood as, "recognizably a bunny!"

lol!  It sounds adorable!  Cheesy

Have fun learning your sewing machine!  Smiley
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