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  • Purse

    My LQS had this purse pattern and handles - I couldn't resist the handles! So I made one purse cover strictly by the pattern instructions, and then decided to use some techniques from the Stupendous Stitches craftsy course that I had taken. This is the result. And you can also see my Strata Star underneath the purse. This purse was lots of fun
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  • Strata Star

    This Strata Star was made from a kit that I purchased at my LQS. My dear husband helped me work out the triangle sizes - as a machinist, he is very precise in working with measurements and that was a great help! This picture is in my very messy sewing room - the topper actually resides in my dining room, but hangs from my baker's rack rather than
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  • Disappearing Nine Patch Lap Quilt

    Three years ago I discovered that my New Home sewing machine was beyond repair - I had not sewn in years and had decided to spend my summer vacation sewing. So I took a huge plunge and purchased a brand new Janome Marie Osmand's Quilters Companion. Since I had mostly sewn garments, I decided to try my hand at machine quilting and played around with
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  • Christmas Stocking

    When my children were little, I was into cross-stitching, and made them cross-stitch Christmas stockings. So of course I decided that my little granddaughter needed a hand-made Christmas stocking. I started with a freebie stocking pattern, and then created my own design, using pictures from coloring books to create the Christmas scene. Mind you, this
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  • Christmas Present for my daughter

    This quilt top is from the book "One Block and You're Done." I made it in 2011 for my daughter for Christmas. She picked the pattern and requested black and white prints. Believe it or not, I actually got the lap quilt finished before Christmas! A first!! She was well pleased and her husband told me in a whisper that she now wants a bed
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  • The Hoots

    This quilt is made from an Amy Butler pattern, The Hoots. I made it for my new granddaughter. The quilt is actually finished, but I always forget to take a picture of the completed quilt! LOL. I found that the first few blocks were fun to do, but thought that I would NEVER get finished with all of the machine applique! The pattern called for the eyes
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  • New York Roundabout

    The beginnings of my New York Roundabout kit. After I took the picture, I discovered a mistake, so I've got to take the ripper in hand before adding any more blocks to the piece. But I think that I will really like the end result, once I get back to working on it! My sewing room is FULL of UFOs. LOL!
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  • Girl with a Pearl Earring

    This wallhanging is the result of a Craftsy course with Lola Jenkins. It's created from a picture that is traced onto the fabric, stitched, and then hand colored with pencils. It still needs to be bound, but I can't do that until I find some fabric medium to keep the colors from smearing. At any rate, this was my second attempt at The Girl,
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  • Mother's Day Present

    This wallhanging was made for my mother as a Mother's Day present. It was Very, Very late because it took me much longer to do the hand embroidery than I thought it would! LOL. Anyway, I made it as part of yet another Craftsy course - Stupendous Stitching with Carol Ann Waugh. I really like the machine components of this technique, but find the
    Posted to beadywoman's Gallery (MediaGallery) by beadywoman on Sun, Dec 2 2012
  • Stitch and Slash Wallhanging

    This wallhanging was made while I was taking Carol Ann Waugh's Stitch and Slash course on Craftsy. A fun project that goes quickly and you get a visual surprise at the end because you never know exactly how it will turn out until you finish slashing.
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