My Accomplishments! aka Finished Projects

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This is my version of the baby kimono from my crochet board.  I crocheted the sleeves directly onto the body. Then I'd join each round with a sl st, ch1, turn. They tapered by increasing by 1 sc at the end of each round.  I also chose not to put the inside tie as I think it would be tricky for mom to tie with a squirmy baby and that it would be more comfy for baby. I added a bonnet and booties to complete the set.

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Custom etched pyrex dish using 2 combined clipart images cut into contact paper template and Armour glass etching cream.

Custom etched pyrex dish using 2 combined clipart images cut into contact paper template and Armour glass etching cream.

Used MSWord Icon Vehicle images as pattern pieces for turned applique method.   I sewed straight through the printed paper rather than cutting out the pattern pieces. A darning or fmq foot was very useful for the wheels and sharpely curved edges.

Used MSWord Icon Vehicle images as pattern pieces for turned applique method. I sewed straight through the printed paper rather than cutting out the pattern pieces. A darning or fmq foot was very useful for the wheels and sharpely curved edges.

My version of the "10 Minute Booties"  I used a thick chenille yarn and a 3.75mm hook. The cuffs are only 3 rows instead of the 5 rows that the pattern calls for.  Also, they took considerably more than 10 minutes, but still easily completed in less than a day.

My version of the Minute Booties" I used a thick chenille yarn and a hook. The cuffs are only 3 rows instead of the 5 rows that the pattern calls for. Also, they took considerably more than 10 minutes, but still easily completed in less than a day.

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