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1  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions / Teddy Bear body patterns? on: October 02, 2014 03:28:26 PM
Does anyone know of a good all-purpose teddy bear pattern, either a full bear or just a body, that's a fairly easy sew?  My 16 year old daughter's dear friend Teddy is ready for his third body and I've found a few patterns but nothing that stands out as a winner.  His head is about 4" high.  Thank you!
2  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Knitted, Felted Guitar Strap? on: February 15, 2006 08:59:05 AM
The only thing I've found online for this is several bloggers pondering making one -- none made though -- and the guitar strap on Knitty, which is not appropriate for my hubby.  I want to make him something interesting and felted, but not quite sure where to begin and was hoping that either someone has either done this and would share pattern or could inspire me to get off my rear and design my own.

3  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Discussion and Questions / Iron On Texture Weirdness on: May 06, 2005 05:04:09 PM
What is the texture of iron-ons supposed to be?  Is it shiny and obviously an iron-on, like the transfers we used to get in the 70s, or is it closer to silkscreen, kind of rough and sort of bonded into the fabric?

I made a quilt for an auction at my daughter's school and used two packets of iron-ons, Avery brand and both the same type, but transfers from one of the packets came out similar to silkscreen, and the other came out plasticy like a "traditional" iron-on.  I followed the same procedure with both sets so I don't think it's me but you never can tell.  I know that neither set of transfers scorched, because I did at one point and it was really obvious.

Anyone have any thoughts for me?


ps. the quilt did come out really really cute, if I say so myself, and I'll post a pic to share.  I'm hoping it makes lots of $ for our school.  The iron-ons were self portraits of twenty-four three to six year olds.
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