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ticklishmoose

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15 March, 2010

  • 10:25 PM

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    ticklishmoose commented on the forum topic Fake projects that you can make

    I agree with the people saying all the etsy posts are lame. This site is not just to promote “buying”- it really is about a place for us to display our passions, and yeah, quite frankly we all sew…



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9 March, 2010

  • 08:07 PM

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    ticklishmoose added the project Skull baby shoes
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    I am obsessed with making these baby shoes- primarily for little girls- and these are the latest! Can you imagine how darling these would look with a little jean skirt and plain white T??

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  • 07:37 PM

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    ticklishmoose commented on the project One-Armed Charlie

    But you know- it works, and I think it looks cool! Rock on…..



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27 January, 2010

  • 10:57 PM

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    ticklishmoose added the project Dorothy slippers for little girls!
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    I upcycled some winter white baby cord pants I had into some sweet little slippers for a baby girl! I used iron on fusible web to adhere the corduroy to the felt lining, then cut out the pattern. …

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22 December, 2009

  • 02:54 AM

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    ticklishmoose commented on the project room shoes

    Really cute! Nice work!!

  • 02:27 AM

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    ticklishmoose added the project Placemat clutch bags
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    I created a clutch purse from a placemat and some trims!
    Fold the placemat with about a 4" flap to fold over. Sew the edges
    using the stitching on the placemat as a guide. I added magnetic cla…

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