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11  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Long-time lurker coming out of the closet (pic HEAVY) on: February 16, 2006 05:48:58 PM
Hello, Craftsters! I've been lurking here for at least a year, but this is my first real post. Be gentle. I've been sewing for less than a year.  Okay, let's get to it.

This is one of my first monsters. He's made of denim, with button eyes, felt teeth, and a heart applique:


Here's another shot of him:


Here's a second monster, in the same style. He's made of a night gown with some pretty buttons glued on:


A hat made from the same material:


Little felt Voodoo doll. Pins included:


Here is a stuffed toaster I made for my mom.  She collects toasters:


Up-close!


These were inspired by the converse-to-ballet-flats thread from a while back. Pretty simple, I just cut the high tops, stitched on some bias tape, punched a couple extra holes, and laced them with some ribbon. 


(Actually, I'm now wearing them with some black and white checkered laces I found at Wal-mart)

Here's a Stewie doll I made for a friend. He looks a little off, and I added eyelids to him after this photo was taken-- that made him look better.


Here's an Elvis bag I made for my mom (she's a big fan)... the inside is shiny gold, of course!:


Finally, here's what I made today. It's a scarf made of the softest green fake fur in the world, and it's for a friend of mine.  All I did was sew it into a tube (inside out), stitch one end shut, half the other end shut, stitched down it's length, then turned it right side out and handstitched shut. I think it turned our really nice!:


whew. Comments?


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