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« Reply #3220 on: April 16, 2011 07:17:17 PM »

Oh, SilverMoon!!  I totally had the same thought about making a rainbow one Smiley  That may be my next button cuff endeavor after the yellow and green and 2nd blue ones I already have pulled out.  I also have a pink one that I need to assemble and put a closure on.

I have decided I like the rubber band closure on the button cuffs better than the velcro in the end of things Tongue  I stand corrected after having said I was sure I'd like the velcro better.  I have to leave too much empty space at each end to make sure I can sew on the velcro and I don't like having that open space as much as I thought.  When using the elastic closure, I just need to make sure I leave 2 equally sized, evenly placed buttons on one end so that it doesn't make the the ends crooked.

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« Reply #3221 on: April 16, 2011 07:23:12 PM »

I had to add a sharktopus to my list at the request of my son. Ever since I showed him one on here he has been hounding me to make him one. I am going to attempt it next payday.

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« Reply #3222 on: April 16, 2011 07:59:32 PM »

Oh! I love the button cuffs... My mom just donated a bag o buttons to my craft room, this may have to join my list  Grin

The puuuurrrrple catbot for the office manager, I made it sit and it has a magnet in it's butt since it will be her crafting pin buddy.

And the bracelet I made MYSELF, which I wore to ballet last night with a shrug I crocheted myself....pics to follow

And now I'm pretty darn proud of myself for conquering uploading photos from my new Ipad2 that my dad just spoiled me with

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« Reply #3223 on: April 17, 2011 12:12:04 AM »

So I finally finished something for ME! I crocheted my self a baseball cap. I made my new nephew a fishermans hat although I decided to go back and fan out the frilly edging I made. I also stenciled my Sister's baby boys diaper bad. Her and the babies daddy are cowboy fans so I personalized it instead of spending the $80 on a plain Cowboys NFL Bag. Pictures for proof.  Tongue

Here's the hat and a thumbnail of the little cutie wearing it. Only he doesn't look too happy about it.

I've cleaned my mini gourds and will be drilling some holes and cleaning the insides a bit tomorrow. I have finally decided to gather mine and DH's tshirts to start putting together out Tshirt Quilt. I'm sure it will sew up fast. I will count the 1st two and I still have half of April to cross off the rest of my mini list. 

I love all the stuffies especially that guitar! Those button cuffs are beautiful. Congrats on your gorgeous new home Lafemme.

« Reply #3224 on: April 17, 2011 01:37:14 AM »

More cute owls from me Smiley

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« Reply #3225 on: April 17, 2011 02:18:53 AM »

Thanks everyone!  I spent all last night at work drawing out possible furniture arrangements in my notebook. Smiley  And we haven't even had the home inspection yet.  Nor do we own any real furniture. Smiley

But I've got it all in my head and have been going crazy on pinterest so... I'll be posting mad house projects once that's all said and done.  Now what can I make myself real quick so that I can be part of the April groove?!

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« Reply #3226 on: April 17, 2011 09:20:48 AM »

Kwiltykate, as always your work is gorgeous! I'm loving all the owl stuff right now.

Lafemmefatale congrats on the new home! The plotting is always so much fun (the inspection and ALL that paperwork is not so much) have lots of fun with the decorating though!

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« Reply #3227 on: April 17, 2011 09:57:34 AM »

I made this about a week ago. It is completely hand sewn. I took an old skirt I had and made this christening gown form it, and I am pleased with the results. I can't wait till me and my honey start trying!


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« Reply #3228 on: April 17, 2011 11:13:52 AM »

That christening gown is gorgeous!

What is at the foot of the catbot?

« Reply #3229 on: April 17, 2011 11:21:09 AM »

You can find tutorials for most of the original quilts on my blog. See link below.

1-2. Snack Attack quilt top. Made two of these but only 1 is quilted so far.More closeups here

3. Coolest Men of 2010 quilt top.

4. Love Blossoms wall haning for MAQ swap

5. Love Blossoms wall hanging for self

6. Wizard of Oz quilt top

7-10. Colorful quilt tops

11-18. Colorful quilt tops

20-21. Gone but Not Forgotten quilt tops (Harry Potter)

22. Seasons wall hanging

23. 2 quilts for Quilts for Kids

24. My newest quilt titled "Fascinating" since that's Spock's answer to most everything. You need to back away from the computer to get the best view.

25. Mr Bones Wallhanging...not quilted yet

26. It's Alive!....Frankenstein scrappy quilt. You need to back away from the computer to appreciate all the detail on this one.

27-29.Three Mr. October wall hangings...free pattern on my blog

30. Blue zig zag quilt top

31. Pink Zig zag quilt top

32. Utensil holder for my daughter

33. Sweet Dreams doggie bed

34.-44. 10 Stockings for Stockings for Kids

45.-57. 12 applique zipper pouches for Stockings for kids

58. 73 blocks for 4Patches4Hope

59. Snowman quilt top

60. Chicken Quilt

61. Peppermint quilt

62. Another Spock Quilt

63. Another Seasons wall hanging

64.-133. 30 patchwork blankets and 29 pillows for the SPCA

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