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« Reply #480 on: April 14, 2009 01:00:55 PM »

OOh I think I need to add bobbly scrubby things to my repertoire  Grin

I can't decide whether to use it for cleaning or my skin. I'm leaning towards the latter, nice exfoliator.  Cheesy
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« Reply #481 on: April 14, 2009 01:37:26 PM »

Try on your skin & if you don't like it you can always use it to clean out the bath afterward *lol*

what yarn did you use?
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« Reply #482 on: April 14, 2009 02:17:05 PM »

Try on your skin & if you don't like it you can always use it to clean out the bath afterward *lol*

what yarn did you use?

Good idea! Sugar 'N Creme in HOT Green and Peaches 'N Creme in Gumdrop <-- awesome colorway. It's like a rainbow.  Cheesy
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« Reply #483 on: April 15, 2009 11:16:02 AM »

I think I'm gonna give this a whirl! Smiley
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« Reply #484 on: April 15, 2009 11:28:33 AM »

January Projects:

1. Jester dotee
2. poppet dolls
3. 10 felt star ornaments
4. 14 owl pincushions
5. 72 berets for girl scouts-made for France for world thinking day event
6. Added ribbon to son's dance regalia

February projects:

7. 5 luv monsters + 3 more in March
8. home made lasagna
9. Altar Cloth
10. 24 mini dolls for party favors
11. Fred-monster stuffie made for a tag game:
12. Sewed badges onto DD's girl scout vest
13. Made a DVD slideshow of all the troop events for the year for girl scout Court of Awards. Made enough copies  for each girl. My first DVD-woohoo!

March projects:   
14. Zola the rag doll
15. Spring Goddess Doll
16. Ostara Egg for swap + 12 more for friends
17. 30 assorted taggie baby toys with squeakers
18. 7 squares for scrap quilt - WIP
19. 20 half aprons with pockets for girl scouts
20. 150 girl scout S.W.A.P.S.
21. 35 crazy quilt squares - WIP
22. Fairy Doll from my Zola rag doll pattern
23. Owl stuffie for DD

April projects:
24. completed my frog quilt top. Now have to wait on money to buy the batting and backing fabric. It fits a queen size bed.

DD modeling for size Wink


25. Girl Scout Dotee


26. mermaid doll for swap


27. Spring Maiden Goddess Shrine for swap
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« Reply #485 on: April 15, 2009 12:06:54 PM »

Great job on the quilt top!  Wish I had the patience for all those squares.  Cute mermaid too.

Here are 2 of my recently completed projects:



Green, blue, purple dangly cluster bracelet for a personal swap.  LOVE how this came out!!  I wore it around for 2 days until I forced myself to pack it up to send out  Cheesy  I LOVE how it looks!  I'm going to have to make myself one in these colors when I get a chance...I already have the all blue one (in my avatar), a green one, and a rainbow one.


Summer colors smock dress.  Originally was a twin size duvet cover, was going to just make a shirt, but ended up cutting it SO long, that I just decided to add a matching red band at the bottom and call it a dress Smiley  I LOVE how it came out!  The fabric is really stiff, so it keeps an A shape pretty well, as it has about 5 or 6 pleats at the bust to gather it a bit.

Click these for larger views of the front and back when worn...yes, that's me with my head cut off...as I am not happy with my body as of late, but I did want to show how this looks on, as it does not look as much like a sack as it does on the hangar.





I like that the stripes don't meet up in the back, kinda looks like an optical illusion a bit Smiley

I am working on a pair of wrap pants right now, will post them when I have another person home to take a picture of me in them.
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« Reply #486 on: April 15, 2009 12:17:42 PM »

At first I thought those were hot dogs on your shirt, but when I scrolled down I realized they were stripes. Someone needs to make hot dog fabric.  Wink
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« Reply #487 on: April 15, 2009 02:16:52 PM »

Hot dog fabric would be great!  I just watched a show on batiking... bet it could be done that way easily!
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« Reply #488 on: April 15, 2009 02:26:07 PM »

Hot dog fabric would be great!  I just watched a show on batiking... bet it could be done that way easily!

it totally could - thats a great idea!

my mom used to be a professional batik artist and has done some really awesome stuff, so im sure someone could do some rockin hot dog fabric...if anyone does, please lost and let us ooh and ahh!  Wink
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« Reply #489 on: April 15, 2009 03:03:51 PM »

OK, finished the wrap pants...will have to try for pics tomorrow, my girl is at school all night til late.  I love that they came out right on the first try and the rise was just right! 

I forgot that I finished a purse for the fill a purse swap...but I can't post it til my partner receives...and I am not going to be sending for at least another couple weeks as I have more stuff that needs to go in to fill it up Smiley

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1. recon purse from blue and white print dress
2. reversible totebag from IKEA tree fabric
3. reversible shopping bag from mint green gingham
4. unlined fabric shopping bag - mint gingham
5. unlined fabric shopping bag - ?? fabric TBD
6. unlined fabric shopping bag - ?? fabric TBD
7. unlined fabric shopping bag - ?? fabric TBD
8. unlined fabric shopping bag - ?? fabric TBD
9. sewing machine cover
10. serger cover
11. reversible totebag for my mother
12. reversible totebag for MIL - butterflies
13. lunchbag for my wife - orange and blue IKEA fabric
14. cross stitch project #1 for Christmas present for MIL
15. cross stitch project #2 for Christmas present for MIL
16. Dashiki for me - batik gauze
17. Smock top - kelly green and white floral
18. Smock dress - red, orange and yellow stripes
19. recon smock top from Avenue skirt
20. recon smock top from Jones NY skirt
21. reversible totebag for me from red leave/mint green fabric
22. apron for me
23. apron for my wife
24. recon t-shirt skirt
25. recon t-shirt tote - test bag, may generate more projects
26. needlebook
27. bead embellished zip pouch 
28. Rapunzel scarf
29. Apron top
30. Tiered skirt
31. Junk necklace
32. Valentine's charm bracelet for me
33. Valentine's charm bracelet for my wife
34. Valentines charm/junk necklace for my wife
35. frog stuffie with musical button for preggie friend
36. recon corduroy pants with insets in the sides
37. infinity dress
38. snap wallets (number is limitless!)
39. reversible red leaf/mint green tote
40. charm necklace and earrings set in black/red
41. pink rose flower head wreath
42. Dashiki for Destash swap
43. Nautical zip pouch for Destash swap
44. Flowers/vines zip pouch for Destash swap
45. Owl tote for Tree swap
46. IKEA flowers tote for FOCR R5
47. Tree applique from LGBT swap
48. Green, blue, purple dangle bracelet
49. Purse for Fill a Purse R4
50. Purple wrap pants
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