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1  Who doesn't love asymmetry? [Red Paisley Tote] in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Compositore Zippy on: February 25, 2007 07:06:48 PM
I've been trying to figure out a good way to make this bag for a while, and finally saw stargirl's tutorial for the cut-out handle bag.  Here's my version with an asymmetrical handle:



Here's a close-up of the fabric:



I promise that my handles do actually line up... I think the front decided to be a bit slouchy when I took the picture.  Smiley

Thanks again to stargirl for her tutorial!
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2  Wallace and Gromit fans? Mini Feathers McGraw! in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Compositore Zippy on: July 28, 2006 11:24:26 AM
I made this very tiny sculpture of one of my favorite characters from Wallace and Gromit, Feathers McGraw.
Here he is checking out his rubber glove hat:

And for perspective:

Sorry for the bad pictures... taken with iSight.
Enjoy!  Cheesy
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3  Vases, ring bearer pillow, and bag in Weddings and Bridal Showers by Compositore Zippy on: July 23, 2006 10:02:11 AM
I'm getting married a week from today (whoa) and there are a few little crafty projects I've decided to take on for myself before the big day.

For centerpieces I'm having a florist fill these glass rectangular vases from IKEA.   We bought 11 extra vases (they were only $2.50) so I'm using six of them for the bridesmaids, flower girls, and myself to put our bouquets in during the reception.  I made this little charms (silver photo frames) with each girl's initial and attached them with ribbon.  The ribbons are spring green and white (part of our colors).


Then I made a ring bearer pillow out of some bridal satin and antique lace my mother had.  The rings with be tied with organza ribbon.


Then I wanted to have a purse to match my dress that I'm going to wear when I leave the reception.  I'd never quilted before and I thought I'd try it out so here's my attempt made with white linen and goldish-brown lining fabric.



Thanks for looking! Cheesy
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4  Pleated Jean Skirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Compositore Zippy on: August 14, 2004 10:21:56 AM
I'm so excited!  This is my first posted project!  (I finally got a hold of a digital camera.)

Thanks to PiNkyToE for her gorgeous inspiration, I made my own pleated jean skirt with a little ribbon flair.  I hope the pictures work... *crossing fingers*

The front:


Back:


And a blurry close-up of the bow:
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