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Thread: 2 more of my ladies

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    Senior Member Bobbinchick's Avatar
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    :-D :-D :-D Got these done tonight and put on the finishing touches. One was done last night , but just got the flowers and things on it tonight. Enjoy, Huggies, Fay
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    Cute!

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    I just love these. What are you using in the neck to plug the hole?

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    those are so cute, thanks for sharing with us

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose L
    I just love these. What are you using in the neck to plug the hole?


    :-D :-D :-D I just sew them closed. I was going to use a large wooden bead for a head, but could not get ahold of it to plug the hole so I just sew them closed. I think they look neater, but if you want to use some thing for a head unless it is a thimble, it won't look right. Have a great day, Huggies, Fay

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    Cute

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    These ar so neat and your are so pretty, I think I'll stop making tables runners and make these for X'mas gifts.

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    So cute! I have to make one of those for myself.

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    Sew cute. Love your fabric.

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    They're really cute, but what did you make them out of?

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    those are very pretty!!!

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    Cute!

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    Very cute!

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    Love them. Very cute.

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    I love those and really love the fabrics you chose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waladopa
    They're really cute, but what did you make them out of?



    :-D :-D :-D Fabric for the dressform, then trimmed them with single fold bias and lace. I used my bedazzler to make the choker, but on the one on the right I just pushed the little gold dodads in to hold it together to see how it would look. Now I need to get out the bedazzler and aply those to the bias and then glue the whole thing on. The other one was glued on also. I stuffed them with left over batting pieces. The one on the left, I don't think I stuffed it enough. Then made a little disc out of foam board to put inside of the bottom and glued the fabric onto that and then did the same with the felt piece. Then glued them to a candle stick holder. Have a great day, Huggies, Fay

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    How lovely,Thank for posting.
    I am going to mske them.

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