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1  A vintage Butterick for Grandma's funeral in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by princess nell on: February 07, 2007 06:50:58 PM
So, my Grandma died last fall and as a sort of weird homage to her, her daughters and granddaughters all made red dresses for the funeral. We did this because she taught our family to sew and her favorite color was red.
Anyway, I inherited her patterns, so I used one of them to make my dress (with a lot of help from my mom!).
The pattern is Butterick 7750

And here's me in my dress....I added waitress cuffs because the sleeves seemed a little blah as they were.

And a big thanks to my dog for getting in the shot!
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2  Re: mmm, fairisle...my take on sweater boots!!! Just use your arms!! :) in Shoes: Completed Projects by princess nell on: January 11, 2007 06:35:29 PM
Thanks for the sleeve idea!
Now, I finally have a use for all the shoes my dogs have chewed on a little.... note the split strap on the left, arrgh. And my best friend just gave me a bunch of too-small sweaters....

Ta da!

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3  Re: Grave yard brownies in Halloween Decor and Parties by princess nell on: October 24, 2005 09:34:35 AM
I used a little tube of white icing, bought at the grocery store near the birthday candles. Maybe also called decorating icing.
Something like this:
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4  Re: come one! come all! post pics of your tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by princess nell on: September 27, 2005 11:28:52 AM
This is my first, based on a L.C. Tiffany stained glass window. I got the outlining in July and have been out of money ever since- no color for me (at least for awhile!). Fortunately it doesn't look too bad in b&w.
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5  Re: Ugly Old Lamp Revamped with Pin Up Girls in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by princess nell on: September 19, 2005 07:41:33 PM
How did you all do the edges since they have a bend to them? Is there a trick I missed?
No trick. For mine, the pictures overlapped the edges when I glued them on. I then ran an exacto around the table edges after they'd dried a little; they cut off nicely!

Here's a picture from just before I cut the edges off.
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6  Re: Ugly Old Lamp Revamped with Pin Up Girls in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by princess nell on: September 17, 2005 05:40:04 PM
I just finished tonight- sorry about the dark pic, but I couldn't wait to post!.

You can't really tell, but the legs are now "chrome", not brown. And the glue isn't completely dry yet, which you  can see in the bottom pic. I'm pretty tickled!
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