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    Oooh ... so could you make bags to take your warm dishes to potlucks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by christineestelle View Post
    Oooh ... so could you make bags to take your warm dishes to potlucks?
    I imagine so! It worked to keep things cool. I had like 1/3 of a gallon ziplock with ice and while it was melting, there was still ice a few hours later.

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    those are cute. I haven't hemmed the ones I made just in case her legs grow before it gets cool out.

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    I cut them so I only have like 1/2" to hem lol sometimes I dont hem them..I get lazy

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    Very cute!! I have the same money fleece fabric that I am going to make a soaker out of

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    yea, he'll get a soaker too I think lol I made the camo pants and he brought me the monkey..I asked if he wanted pants and he yes LOL

    I think I figured out why he likes the fabric store..he picks fabric and I make him something out of it lol

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    you guys rock! V I want some of the halloween bags but i have to wait until I get my pp acct sorted out.
    Me = Alison, DH = Evan, DS #1 = John 09/05/06, DS #2 = Alan 07/21/09


    http://majorosfamily.blogspot.com/

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    Ok Alison Just let me know! I'll be offering them for awhile!

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    Heres a diaper I made.....let me go on record to say I hate ripping out zig zag stitch.....I modified this a little and my insert fits fine...grand flannel inner, PUL, and thermal cotton knit

    Me&DH 9/15/2007 Santana 11/16/2008 Marisol 3/23/2010

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    I hate ripping it out too, which is why I rarely use it I actually hate ripping out ANY stitching. but...I prefer it to ripping out serging...that REALLY bites

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    Looks really nice.

    Yeah ... ripping out zig-zag sucks!!!

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    Im annoyed. I made these for Nathan but totally spaced using the xlarge size, since this fabric doesnt stretch. They dont fit him They would probably fit around 12 months or so? *sigh*


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    stitch markers


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    so much cooler than my little pieces of yarn that i use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by christineestelle View Post
    so much cooler than my little pieces of yarn that i use.
    They are easy too LOL You should totally make some.

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    I made a bow holder for Adyson... I was goingto just hang the ribbon off the letters, but I wasn't sure the glue was strong enough, so we put it on a "plaque" and I think it still turned out cute!!



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    Thats so cute!

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    I finally have some things to post!
    I started this sweater 1 week before Agnes came and finished Friday night!


    So Saturday morning I made my first diaper:

    It's WAY too small. It fit a Cabbage Patch doll pretty well and maybe someday it will fit a newborn, but I should have at least made my first gender neutral.

    So I made my second gender netural:





    I'm off to try it on Agnes now!

    I apologize for the low-quality pictures. I used the webcam.

    ETA--tried it on. It's too wide between the legs and not long enough to cover everything. Back to the drawing board!
    Last edited by wingsmith; 08-29-2010 at 04:19 PM.
    Cathy, Mommy to Genevieve and Agnes


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    Love the sweater!!! I am jealous of the diapers... I amjust gonna have to tackle it soon!!! I wanna make them sooooooooooo bad!!


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    First of all I would like to thank a few people for making these soakers possible...my daughters for going to sleep early tonight...and Virginia for making such a GOOD video!
    Far from perfect and Santana did wake up as I was getting through so I got to try them on her and I guess I need a large

    Me&DH 9/15/2007 Santana 11/16/2008 Marisol 3/23/2010

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    A peasant shirt I made on a whim. No pattern, no directions. Not perfect but good first attempt. And a 3-6 month skirt that used to be pants with an insert from a pair of Aidens jeans that became shorts. And I didn't alter the waist at all. She's that skinny. Its longer than I expected so I might alter it by taking the waist out and putting in a new one that would make it wider. And I didn't fold over the hem. I just did a straight stitch around it so it can fray a bit in the wash. I might give it to my niece whose 4 months younger than lily.

    Last edited by karen208; 08-30-2010 at 08:34 AM.

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    I love peasant tops on little girls. So sweet. Of course Lily and Nathan are so sweet in front of the cameras!
    Amanda(24) DH(36)

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    wanna know how I got him to smile? I said: Say..monkey butts!


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    Hey V could you make something like this?



    Not really worried about the embroidery, although I'd love an appilque
    Me = Alison, DH = Evan, DS #1 = John 09/05/06, DS #2 = Alan 07/21/09


    http://majorosfamily.blogspot.com/

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    Thats cute!! I havent done a shirt like that before, though I was looking at a tutorial for one the other day. Oh and if we get a nice return like last year, I'll have an embroidery machine come spring

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    Quote Originally Posted by virginia View Post
    Thats cute!! I havent done a shirt like that before, though I was looking at a tutorial for one the other day. Oh and if we get a nice return like last year, I'll have an embroidery machine come spring
    I love a tax return. Gotta stop getting divorced and selling stocks for that to happen though. Hopefully having another kid will help.

    so I didn't get to sew this weekend. But I did get to trace out and cut out more flannel for the inner piece of my diapers. I am about 3 yards shy to make all the diapers I cut out before. But I have time. I'll build up what I have and go from there.

    So question for you creative types with young boys. What kind of hat to 4 y/o boys like? there's a boy at church just diagnosed with brain cancer and I'd like to make him a hat.

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    Karen, I really like the peasant top. Its super cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by christineestelle View Post
    I love a tax return. Gotta stop getting divorced and selling stocks for that to happen though. Hopefully having another kid will help.

    so I didn't get to sew this weekend. But I did get to trace out and cut out more flannel for the inner piece of my diapers. I am about 3 yards shy to make all the diapers I cut out before. But I have time. I'll build up what I have and go from there.

    So question for you creative types with young boys. What kind of hat to 4 y/o boys like? there's a boy at church just diagnosed with brain cancer and I'd like to make him a hat.
    Mine likes baseball caps.

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