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Old 03-27-2014, 03:33 PM   #11
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Easter Dresses. Currently have two using the pattern "Jane" from the Petite Poche a Wendy Schoen Design. They have cap sleeves, a high waist and huge, glorious bows in the back. The skirts don't do the swirly favorite, but they are still quite feminine and attractive with multiple fabric mixtures.

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Okay, I finished it in a doll quilt! Might as well post it here too!
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Easter Dresses. Currently have two using the pattern "Jane" from the Petite Poche a Wendy Schoen Design. They have cap sleeves, a high waist and huge, glorious bows in the back. The skirts don't do the swirly favorite, but they are still quite feminine and attractive with multiple fabric mixtures.
Would love to see them!

I am currently working on these:

---LOVE quilt wall hanging for daughter and DSIL

---baby quilt

I plan to do wall art for the baby's room. I have only cut the white fabric. I will use fusible web to appliqué the animals.

I have finished:

---curtains and bumper pads
---baby bibs and burping pads

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As soon as I figure how to post pictures on this site, you will be the first to see them!
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@EnECeeKonRadz Easter dresses are a very fond memory of mine. I would love to see the finished work, too.

@downrightart That's one lucky doll . I am always in awe of quilts.
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I plan to do wall art for the baby's room. I have only cut the white fabric. I will use fusible web to appliqué the animals.
Still working on this. But, I have this done thus far...
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Project: Im making a t-shirt quilt or it may turn into a wall hanging if I find out I need a quilting machine to make a quilt.

Fabric: Right now the border is Zebra print fabric along with t-shirts but Im also gonna add purple fabric to it also.

Who is it for: Its for me

Where did you get the idea: I had old t-shirts that still meant alot to me so I didnt want to just throw them away so I thought I would make something out of them
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