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1  Hand tied, Halloween Wreath! in Halloween Decor and Parties by StephaniePrice on: September 13, 2008 01:01:09 AM
I saw the post here https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=253475.0 and was inspired to make my own.
I LOVE Halloween, and have a ton of spooky fabric. So.....I made this:

I reallllllly like it! I have some skull fabric I am going to use too. Christmas ones will also be in my future. Yay for Craftster, wire hangers, and fabric!
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2  Patchwork spool- wall art in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by StephaniePrice on: September 12, 2008 10:22:22 PM
Just a little something I put together tonight. IT was pretty fun. I'm going to make a matching one, but with scissors for the shape.

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3  My first crochet project- pink and brown circle blanket- pics inside.. in Crochet: Completed Projects by StephaniePrice on: September 12, 2008 09:57:33 PM
I learned how to crochet the past 3 + months so I could make my best friend a baby blanket..
It's far from perfect, but she loved it.

I never did get a pic of it opened up, but you can get the general idea.

Thanks for looking. Smiley

Blogged here:  http://chasingthreads.com/blog/
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4  tribal flames burp rag.. Not my forte but cute anyway in Machine Embroidery: Completed Projects by StephaniePrice on: August 27, 2008 09:04:05 PM
I'm not your average tribal art lover, but a friend of mine asked me to make her this-so I digitized it. I think it turned out pretty cute.

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5  Sock Monkey Tie applliqued on a onesie in Machine Embroidery: Completed Projects by StephaniePrice on: March 12, 2008 10:12:25 PM
I appliqud this using my embroidery machine for my sisters baby (that is due in May)
Im so glad there's an emb. forum now! I've got so many things to find pictures of and share!!

Hope you like this!
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6  Pincushion Shaped Peg Board for my sewing room!!! IMG HEAVY! in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by StephaniePrice on: February 17, 2008 01:52:37 AM

Let me first tell you that when I painted my sewing room that lovely shade of Tiffany Blue that I went on and on about needing a peg board to go over my sewing table. It was plain as could be up there, and I needed something resourceful to hang my scissor/rulers etc on. So a few weeks back, I was visiting my sister who was remolding her business and I had a random thought- Why dont I hang that peg board I was thinking aboutWhy dont I make itCRAFTY..Why dont I make it shaped likelike.a spool of threadNO! A PINCUSHION

SoI went to Lowes..got the pegboard. I had my husband draw a tomato on there for me. Let me just say from experience that it is NOT smart to attempt to use a jig saw for the very first time on a perfectly drawn tomato. Im not patient either, let me just throw that out there. So waiting on him to get home from work to be able to start on my tomato pincushion wasnt an option. So.I do what every girl would do. Get a sharpie. Two. Red & Purple. I got the peg board (the end that I hadnt chopped to death) and drew my pincushion shape on thereand againand againand again. Then the jig saw...thats another story. Lets just say that I had to call my Dad for re-reinforcement and with his HUGE help, the tomato was born. He also sanded around the edges to make them smooth. He was a lifesaver!

Surely paint will cover my red and purple sharpie marks, right? Um No.

Several coats of primer later

On with the Red

On with the Green

On with the Outline

A few odds and ends later

Dont forget the vinyl pins! All done.

I am in love with my new crafty pegboard! Its really quite large, and I have tons of space for baskets and whatnot to hang on there, out of my way.I hope you love it too!! Smiley
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7  Dice bags + tutorial- cause Im a nerd like that... in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by StephaniePrice on: January 08, 2008 10:02:26 PM
I am a nerd. Like a BIG nerd.
Just wanted to get that out in the open.  Smiley

A small group of friends and I play Warhammer. I would have never thought it would be something I would get in to, but it is SO much fun.

My best friend  and her hubby called & told me that they had bought some black velvet and wanted to make dice bags for our Warhammer group for Christmas presents. I thought it was a fabulous idea since the dice are a big part of the game. They came over and the husbands found a symbol used in the game and I digitized it. She and I then embroidered the symbol and each persons name on the velvet. I sewed up the bags and she put in the drawstrings. We really loved how they turned out. Here is a few pics and a simple tutorial on how they were made.


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8  Re: OLD SCHOOL FINAL FANTASY QUILT- PICS INSIDE in Quilting: Completed Projects by StephaniePrice on: January 07, 2008 08:16:38 PM
I really appreciate all of your comments on this quilt- and now my husband thinks its even cooler because so many other people think it rocks.
Since I've had a few requests for the pattern on this quilt, I thought I would add some-what of one for you guys who wanted it. I didn't have anything fancy at the time (like the EQ6 that I got from Santa...) so I made this in paint....But it works... Just pretend that all of the squares are the same size...because on this chart...I sucked and didn't make them that way (they're hand drawn on paint..what do you expect...right? heheee.

You'll need...(if you choose the same colors I did)
Fabric: 2 blue, black, 2 brown in colors of preference. In the REAL quilt, the two blues in the "fire" are a lot more noticeable in person than in pictures...
Border fabric (blue in my case)...background fabric (black in my case..)
I also made the back the same as the border fabric.

All of my squares were 1.5 inches around....and I used 1/4" seam allowance...so the finished blocks are an inch. There are...1,080 of those badboys in there...so if you make them too big your quilt will be HUGE. You can make them as big/small as you want...

Also-- the background in the "pattern" is cream colored- I used black on my real quilt.(you can do whatever..) I did it that way so I could count the blocks better since black would be hard to count/see...when I was making it.

I really don't have 'how much" fabric you would need because it depends on the size you make it (not to mention I always buy TOO much..)  This is just a general idea for you all. If you have any questions, let me know. If you make this, let me know. I'd LOVEEEE to see it.


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9  Re: Van Gogh's Starry Night Inspired Quilt in Quilting: Discussion and Questions by StephaniePrice on: January 04, 2008 12:27:41 PM
Actually there is one of those quilts on the back of my EQ6 box. I just got EQ6 and dont even know how to use it yet but someone on the eq6 forum may be able to help you. Here is a pic of the back of the box...

Here is one I found on FlickR as well. I cant wait to see it. Its gonna be cool!

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10  My first knit- YAY! in Knitting: Completed Projects by StephaniePrice on: December 18, 2007 10:26:22 PM
This is the first thing I've ever knitted so be nice..hehee.
I made it for my husbands aunt for Christmas.
The fiber is Lionbrand Homespun and the color is harvest.

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