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11  Re: TUTORIAL for pocketchanger changing pads--finally! Img heavy in Baby Showers And Gifts For New Babies by Phisch on: February 01, 2006 12:16:09 PM
I was gonna post my pics in a separate thread but I just found this one. Here's the one I made that's similar:

I got tired of lugging around a huge diaper bad and made this out of scraps, fleece (for padding) and older brother's old jeans. I was actually inspired to do this by another project I saw. Someone sells circular changing pads that fold up and have pockets also. Since I'm no expert I thought rectangular would be more achievable.
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12  Flame shirt in Sewing Pattern Reviews by Phisch on: October 18, 2005 12:02:05 PM
 I should have posted this long ago here on Craftster:

This is from McCalls m4849. Fun fabric was from Joann's and this was made for my son. The first time was hard, then I made another shirt and that one (for my nephew) was easier. The collar and the sleeves were both a doozy for someone who's really new at sewing. The instructions were ok for the most part even though the collar was a little confusing. It made more sense the second time I tried it.
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