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21  Re: HELP! Tudor style gown-Pictures of completed dresses in Costumes: Discussion and Questions by Cealy on: December 06, 2008 01:15:23 PM

Here are the finished dresses.
I ended up making two tabs on the back of the skirts. Basically a thick spaghetti strap doubled over and sewed tailors tacks across to make it one piece with button sized spaces in between. I sewed a button just a bit farther than the end of the tab so the girls could ajust the skirt to fit them. The gold one is about a 36 " waist but can go as small as a 30" waist. The green is a 32 but can go down to a 26" waist. I will post pictures of the back when I get her to put it on again lol!
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22  Tudor Dresses I made in Costumes: Completed Projects by Cealy on: December 05, 2008 02:43:17 PM
I made these two dresses for my daughter (in the green) and her friend for their world religion class - their presentation was on Henry VIII.

Hope you like them.
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23  Hermit Crab Cozy in CHALLENGE 30 ENTRIES by Cealy on: September 04, 2008 04:09:00 PM
No Harming of any crabs took place during or after the modelling session.

Hope you like my warped idea.

Sorry for the fuzzy photos, I had to work quick or he would take off on me, Chicken the Hermit crab is not very patient.
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24  Adult Birthday Cake-XXX in Dessert by Cealy on: August 26, 2008 04:47:51 PM
I hope this doesn't offend anyone!!!

I had returned to school as an adult student and one of my co-students asked me to make her a birthday cake- well she was turning 19 so what would I make?

She dared me to make a penis cake so the next best thing to a penis cake was this- she loved it and so did many of the other students we showed pictures to.

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25  A quilt I made in January for my teen's English Teacher and her new Baby in Quilting: Completed Projects by Cealy on: May 15, 2008 04:21:22 AM

This quilt is tied with blue, green, yellow and beige pearl cotton. It was whipped together in a day and a half- teacher was due anytime and was leaving after their English exam so it was a rush job or I would have quilted it in more detail.
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26  Re: Third quilt-first one ever completed in Quilting: Completed Projects by Cealy on: April 10, 2008 07:25:20 AM
Have requested from the new owner of the quilt to take a picture of it on their bed.  Ill post when I get it.

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27  Third quilt-first one ever completed - ***NEW PICTURES*** in Quilting: Completed Projects by Cealy on: April 07, 2008 05:42:39 AM
Made this one for a buddy of mine who had just moved out on his own. Another picture further in this thread.

Here are the new photo's they show the detail alot better but not really the colours, the flash brightens them too much.

Not a great shot, but it's done with burgandy, navy and deep green marbled fabric with a geometric co-ordinating pring in the same colours. The navy was the colour that tied them all together since there was a small navy check in the geometric print.

I backed it with a light weight denim.

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28  Second of three in Quilting: Completed Projects by Cealy on: April 07, 2008 05:38:57 AM

A quilt made for a friend's neice who had a baby girl. I loved the bright colours and of course I bought too much fabric so I have enough to put it together to make another.

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29  For starters in Quilting: Completed Projects by Cealy on: April 07, 2008 05:36:46 AM

This is one I made for a friends mom. I only had a metre of the floral print and I was heart broken when I had to give it away. It was one of those quilts you fall in love with as you are making it.
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30  Re: Help Picking a Pattern in Quilting: Discussion and Questions by Cealy on: April 07, 2008 04:28:19 AM
Can you take a picture of the fabric?
Some times the fabric pattern helps to decide what kind of pattern to use.
My absolute favourite pattern for an easy and fast quilt is from Quilt Makers.
It is called Sandy's Choice. It makes strips out of the blocks then you sew the strips together.
If I remember correctly there are only 4 different shapes to cut, one being a square and one being a skinny rectangle. The other two are longer versions of the square with an angle cut on the top. Not sure how to post pictures on here yet, but once I find out I will post one of my favourite's.

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