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« Reply #4100 on: September 24, 2010 12:55:24 PM »

What a nice cover!

I like the pocket--I use mine to hold my current pattern and notions...did you interface yours?  I found that it will stand up on its own on the floor like a bucket if you do...makes it very hand to reach in and get the trim, buttons, etc. that you throw in there...you can also use it to store you manual!

Nice job TSM...and your list is being hacked away at! Cheesy
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« Reply #4101 on: September 24, 2010 02:21:34 PM »

Finally a sunny day and a bit of time to post my progress pics. 

First a few tiny projects.  This is a fall version of the heart garland I made for Valentines Day.

I really don't like it so much, but I'm working on a replacement.

Next, I've been learning how to use my new sewing machine.  This little train page may or may not end up in an alphabet book eventually.  But I learned a bunch of new techniques trying to make it.


Last is a twofer, picture-wise.  One is a paper stitched garland made from an old phone book.  It will end up on the holiday (as in it stays up all year and gets decked out for various holidays) tree.  In the middle of the picture is a wrapped twig made on a camping retreat.  I love it, but I need to make a bunch more.


I'll get posts of my bigger projects up soon.   
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« Reply #4102 on: September 24, 2010 08:27:45 PM »

Love the projects! The spool/scissor frame, the quilt, the TTPT!!(pep love the swap), so jealous of the garden and canned goodies!!

I'm going to change up my list, some things are getting slashed cause of the budget. With the new list I'm hoping to be able to finish my list  Undecided
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« Reply #4103 on: September 24, 2010 10:22:14 PM »

TSM - I have that book and need to make that for my machine. What material did you use for the cover? It is very pretty but it looks a little heavier than cotton.
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« Reply #4104 on: September 25, 2010 11:28:32 AM »

YAY!!! I'm back!!!

Well, I didn't go anywhere, but my computer has been in the shop since Sept. 2, so I haven't been able to post anything. But ... since I couldn't waste my time on the web, I got more stuff done!

First, I made an Orion slave girl costume for a friend who went to Dragon Con (some Trekkie thing):


I also made a dish and spoon for that friend's little girl:

I got the pattern for the dolls here.

I also did my first freezer paper stencil:


And another shot, just 'cause she's so cute!:


I also made over my back door (#33), and made another crib sheet (#36 -- only one more and I can cross that off!) and I started a scrapbook for the babe (#28). I also made a laundry bag for the babe's room, a pattern from One Yard Wonders.

I may not be getting a lot of list items done, but I'm getting something done, at least. I think I'm about ready to get started on some Christmas and seasonal things, too.

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1. Dog bed
2. Plant garden
3. Cover for wingback chair
4. Cushion for bench
5. Cushion for hope chest
6. Cushions for rocking chair
7. Corduroy jacket for Michael
8. Quilt for mom
9. Quilt for grandma
10. Quilt for Meggie and Mike -- June
11. Bridesmaid dress -- June
12. Duvet cover
13. Finish Beth's jacket
14. Finish denim rug
15. Make candles
16. Build a bottle terrarium
17. Earring holder for Beth
18. Earring holder for me
19. Catnip eyeballs for Beth
20. Dress for Meggie
21. Quilt for Jess and Jeremy
22. Recon winter jacket
23. Make corset
24. Finish black and red summer dress
25. Jacket for Ruby Mae
26. Sell 10 crafts
27. Teach someone to sew
28. Begin (and maintain) a scrapbook for Ruby Mae
29. Embroider something
30. Make a dog toy
31. Make something from plastic grocery bags
32. Make re-usable grocery bags.
33. Makeover back door
34. Make pillows for sofa and love seat
35. Pads for house plants
36. Make at least three crib sheets (2/3)
37. Make newspaper gift bags
38. Use up my sweater stash
39. Make over-the-door organizer
40. Make grocery bag holder
41. Make sewing machine cover
42. Make serger cover
43. Patchwork rainbow circle skirt
44. Make some kind of wall art
45. Make a toy (not for dog)
46. Finish decorating nursery
47. Rug for kitchen
48. Laptop bag/cover
49. Sushi pillows for Danny (October birthday?)
50. Five Christmas stockings
51. Bag for hospital stay during delivery
52. Use up tie stash
53. Swiffer covers
54. 20 cloth diapers (8/20)
55. Diaper bag
56. Zipper bag #2
57. Nursing pillow
58. Mail/bill organizer
59. Nursing pads
60. Ashleigh's bridesmaid dress
61. Baby shower gift for Bridget
62. Purse for me
63. Five flower headpieces for wedding
64. Make/recon clothes for me
65. Dress for Ruby
66. Recycled paper coasters
67. Laundry bag for Ruby's room
68. Dragon-Con costume for Lauren
69. Porta-party bag
70. Recon onesie
71. Dish and spoon for Maya
71. Dish and spoon for Jonah
72. Diaper man-bag

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« Reply #4105 on: September 25, 2010 02:01:59 PM »

I never even thought of the safety factor!  I bet everyone is happier to be able to find a pair of scissors when needed!  Just make sure everyone knows to put them back... Cheesy

Thanks waggonwest---the socks are mainly done like that to keep from slipping during the poses while still keeping most of the foot warm especially in our very cold winters!  I am doing a separate post on them because...they started out as hand warmers... Cheesy

Always,Yea i made a few pair back in winter and these are great keeping feet warm esp in bed, they allow your feet to breath, as far as yoga use i think i might need to put the non slip stickers in bottom they slip bad in some poses. Did you use the same pattern i followed? or did you crochet w/o a pattern, i never could find a patten but knitted ones so i emailed someone one day that did both and she gave me the one i used...I can't believe i could not do that on its own...lol true i had only crocheted for under a month at that time....

 Roll Eyes Roll Eyes ::)Oh and sorry i have been absent I have been tons of swap and tons of new crafts...i think i am way over my 50 now..hope to post my list soon! I also took up a new addiction. KNIFTY KNITTER!!! I have now 4 round, 2 long (one is very long) it scares my....I have the knifty knitter clips,and knifty knitter pom pom and tassel maker... I can post my knifty knitter looms and tools if anyone is interested....I just got done with my 2nd dog swap and almost done with MINI  13 days of Halloween. so i have about 20 crafts i cant show for a bit  Lips sealed

Here is one of my simple things i did on long loom-a knitted crochet -hook and yarn needle holder

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« Reply #4106 on: September 25, 2010 02:04:47 PM »

 Smiley Smiley Smiley Smiley :)Oh BTW i just saw in walgreens ad for tomorrow an in ad coupon for $1.99 for 50x60 fleece throws. These are not the best quality throws but its lots of material for dog tug toys and such....
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« Reply #4107 on: September 25, 2010 04:23:50 PM »

A couple more quilt projects. 

http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=360434.msg4226100#msg4226100
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« Reply #4108 on: September 25, 2010 06:54:42 PM »

pjherbert - it's home dec weight fabric from IKEA. 

So, because it's heavier, I didn't line it or interface it, always.  The more I look at how huge it really is, the more I feel like I want to modify it and make it smaller somehow.
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« Reply #4109 on: September 25, 2010 07:51:33 PM »

pjherbert - it's home dec weight fabric from IKEA. 

So, because it's heavier, I didn't line it or interface it, always.  The more I look at how huge it really is, the more I feel like I want to modify it and make it smaller somehow.

I was hoping you were going to say that, I have some nice home dec weight fabric that I am going to use! thanks!
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