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1  Re: $4.95 Swap AKA Fill a SMALL Flat Rate Box Gallery of Goodness in The Swap Gallery by Sara spelled without an h on: November 21, 2009 04:04:32 PM
My package came from Psycho_Happy_Kitten today!    Grin

 It literally popped open when I cut the tape!  It was full of great things!
Lots of great yarn scraps to make my flowers, some sweet lace that is screaming to be made into a funky headband...along with some fabric that I'm going to do some headbands out of as well (I have a serious headband addiction.  haha.)  I'm thinking about a patchwork clutch out of the little fabric squares.  A box of awesome little buttons and notions...I keep going through it and finding more little things I love!
Plus-a cool little silver paper star that I'm amazed by, since I have no idea how to do it!  haha.

Oh!  Also Christmas themed paper bags, which are a HUGE deal, because due to my lack of funds...I'm baking for a lot of Christmas presents this year!  Yaaaay!

I've got most of my box packed, bringing a few things back from thanksgiving...then shipping as soon as I get back!  Smiley

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2  sundresses? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Sara spelled without an h on: January 07, 2008 04:44:43 PM
I'm pretty sure I'm asking for too much, hahaha.
I am in search of summery sundress patterns.
I would like for them to be without a zipper (if at all possible!)
Style ideas:

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3  first piece of clothing! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Sara spelled without an h on: September 05, 2006 08:03:26 AM
So I've been sewing totes and such for a few months.
On Sunday, my parents gave me an early birthday present...they had ordered me a new sewing machine!  Smiley
These pj pants were the first project done on the new machine...plus the first non-square thing I have sewn.  hahaha.

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4  Pirate tote in Stenciling: Completed Projects by Sara spelled without an h on: September 05, 2006 08:00:34 AM
I did this stencil on a bag that I sewed, I'm giving it to her for her bday.

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5  Totes and a wallet! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Sara spelled without an h on: September 05, 2006 07:48:50 AM
These were two birthday presents.  I had to finish them late, simply because my friend's birthdays fell around the time I went on vacation.
For my friend Sara, who loves pirates.  haha.

The lining!

For Elisha, a wallet.

(It isn't lying flat there...it does, I promise!)

A tote for my mom, she wanted something she could take her lunch and book back and forth to work in...since she has a fridge there, she doesn't need an insulated bag.

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6  First "real" project...summery tote in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Sara spelled without an h on: May 09, 2006 10:16:55 AM
I recently got a sewing machine ($5 for a singer, hahaha, my parents thought that I would want to learn on it, so they brought me one last weekend).  I made a camera cozy, but that was only a 5 minute project.
I found my fabric on the $2 rack at Joann Fabrics (outer and lining!).  I wanted something I could use for my iPod, book, flips, and towel for the beach...but nothing huge since there's usually a bunch of people in the car going with me.

Outer fabric:

Lining (it was dark when I took this, ahah)

My first pocket!

(Excuse the weird face, ahaha.  It was late and I was excited to have finished!)
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7  Re: Camera Cozy *Now With Tutorial* in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Sara spelled without an h on: May 03, 2006 02:39:16 PM
I was inspired by your post, ahhaha, to make one as my first project using my "new" sewing machine. 
(My parents found a Singer machine for $5 at a yard sale over the weekend and brought it to me, figuring if it didn't work...they only spent $5)
I used some flannel that I had and then lined it with fleece.  I wanted something extra "comfy" for my camera, since I put it through so much abuse.  ahaha.  (Shows are not nice to my camera).  It's like a little sleeping bag for it.
I didn't follow the tute exactly, so sort of just used it as a guide.  Smiley
I think I'm going to try to make a wrist strap for it tonight.

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8  Re: Flower Earwarmers in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by Sara spelled without an h on: February 02, 2006 03:52:16 PM
Great job!
I made one too...I found that the pattern made it too wide for my mom, so I modified it slightly.  I didn't add a flower, my mom decided she didn't want one on there (it was her Christmas present).
I was pleased with how it came out, it was a quick and easy knit!


(ignore the weird face)
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9  Re: EarWarmer in Knitting: Completed Projects by Sara spelled without an h on: January 20, 2006 08:06:09 AM
I made that for my mom for Christmas, though I modified the pattern a little bit.
Yours looks good!

Here's mine:

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10  Re: First attempt in Stenciling: Completed Projects by Sara spelled without an h on: November 10, 2005 11:27:19 AM
I used an acrylic paint made for fabric, I found it at my local craft store.

As for the stencil of the man, I used this picture and just cut out the the man on one stencil and the bench on another.

The pin on my bag says "Be Positive".  It's a thing started by two girls in NJ to raise money for pediatric cancer research (in response to the diagnosis of Andrew McMahon of Something Corporate/Jack's Mannequin)
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