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11  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Ballerina Cake on: November 16, 2007 07:52:12 PM
Wow that is really so very cute and pretty, just the right amounts of each for a five year old little girl too.  Wink  This totally rocks!!! 

Five is such a "big" year and what a birthday this will be to remember!   Shocked
Thanks for sharing, it's very inspiring  Kiss
12  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Hot Pink Patchwork Twirler on: October 29, 2007 10:05:39 AM
yay, this is gorgeous!  I love the colours, and the top is pretty neat and ties in so well.

btw, right now I feel that I'd rather have my tongue eaten by red ants than ever sew another tiered patchwork dress.   

Thanks so much for the note  Grin  I can see how you could appreciate red ants on the tongue after a few of these.  One was def. enough for a while! 
13  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: The faux-hawk on: October 29, 2007 10:03:27 AM
we are so making one of these!!!  what a cute idea!  I'm glad you posted it, i never would have seen it in the other board   Wink
14  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Jack-o-twirl skirt complete with ball fringe! on: October 29, 2007 10:00:39 AM
Oh I love it!!!! And the dingle berrys!!!! I love that fabric! I wanted SO bad to make my daughter a party dress out of it! I love that Alexander Henry!!!

ROFLMAO   Grin  I thought I was the only one who called them dingle berrys!  I love them on this skirt.  Your daughter is so cute Smiley

Have you tried Picasa?  It's google's free photo editing software, I'm pretty much addicted to it b/c it's so much easier than photoshop.  I'll have to give the site you mentioned a try, it looks fun
15  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Campy atomic 50's party dress (and a scoodie!) on: October 24, 2007 10:02:10 PM
You always have THE coolest fabric!!  Shocked I must refine my fabric searching skills, cuz I have never found anything nearly so sweet at a local store.

And as always you're dress is fab and how cool is it to finally put a face with a name!  You girls are too cute in your hat.

I have to confess, you inspired me to try a pattern.  I went to Joann's today and bought several patterns.  Now just to find some time to actually try them Wink
16  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Just started sewing again...my first skirt for my daughter! on: October 22, 2007 07:44:19 PM
Wow!  That is awesome for a first skirt and what a wonderful sentiment.  You definately need a pic of that so that you can tell her about it when she is older.  I just looooove that kind of stuff Smiley

Welcome to the board!
17  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Nappies / Trainers (4 Pics) TUTE ADDED! on: October 22, 2007 05:18:22 PM
I have to ask, how do these work at night time? Does wetness leak thru?  My dd has been potty tried for a long time (longer than I'd like to admit) but still has accidents over night, pretty much every night. 

We've been doing the pull ups at night and I'm afraid that they're part of the problem.  I don't think she can "feel" the wetness enough to realize she needs/should get to the potty.  I just can bring myself to commit to changing the sheets EVERY night if I let her go commando.  It sounds like these might help, as long as they don't soak thru to the sheets, I'd REALLY love to try them!!

18  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Hot Pink Patchwork Twirler on: October 19, 2007 06:06:44 PM
Thank you so much for the kind comments, I really am flattered  Cheesy

It isn't as daunting as it appears.  I spent about 3 days on it, but of course that only means about 4 hours b/c I only get small snippets of time in between chasing her around the house, plus all the time I spent undo-ing and re-doing things that I mixed up when she was chattering away while I was working.

All in all, it was pretty easy b/c vegbee did the math and whatnot.  I can sew a pretty good straight line, so it was sort of soothing when I got into a rythm with the squares Smiley  Is that weird to admit to that?
19  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Cupcakes, birdies, and yummy retro mod party dresses! on: October 19, 2007 07:54:06 AM
These are great, those fabrics are so fab!  It would be great if I could find them locally...  off to search online

How long does it take you to complete one of these?   I really want to try using a pattern, but I'm intimidated and afraid if it takes too long, I'll give up!

Keep posting!  I really love seeing your work Smiley
20  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Hot Pink Patchwork Twirler on: October 18, 2007 04:18:46 PM
Yeah, you can say that again, the squares were maddening!!  I think rectangles are a great idea!  I also think I would have made it one row shorter if I did it again.

Thanks everyone for the nice comments  Grin 
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