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Here are a couple of started projects I had put aside and ignored for months...finally finished them yesterday and today.
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I had seen a pretty neat pattern on the internet with a cat body that used a New York Beauty. Being that I am currently economically challenged, buying the pattern was out of the question so I decided to try and work it out for myself with a few modifications.
Here it is drawn out and with added 1/4-inch seam allowances. You will see soon some of the math mistakes I made.
Close ups of some of the
This was hanging outside and sort of got broken The thing hanging by it is one of my wire twisted jars made from a Cheeze Wiz jar
Recycled wine bottles.
Dragonfly twisted wire.
Solar hanging light
Another solar light by my workshop
I wish I had taken a picture of this swag lamp when I bought it. I got it at a yard sale for $1.00. It was probably from the 60s. The shade was cylindrical and stained and broken with cowboys riding horses.
I grabbed a different stained up white lampshade and decoupaged the tissue paper onto it. I then glued on the ribbon and beaded it all around. Also beaded the pull.
The very colorful image you see in the background I made
On the window...
What I learned...should have been more careful about trimming seams, they show through in the light!
Lets see if this works. Click here to visit Evil Bunny Quilt
Baby quilt I made for my grandson. I called it Lava Lanes after the bowling alley in Medford, Oregon. The colors on the floor and walls there are wild. Also, there is a picture of his mom and dad before Theo was even considered at Lava Lanes!
My son David and his lovely partner Serena. I had to photoshop this