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25 March, 2014

  • 04:29 AM

    wakol added the project called Baby Sling -
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    Simple baby sling from w44" x 2.25yards cotton fabric, with a layer of towel inside of the shoulder part.

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21 March, 2014

  • 02:03 PM

    wakol added the project called Baby Swaddle Blanket
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    Baby Swaddle with super soft double gauze.
    The gauze fabric is from Japan, designed by Naomi Ito.

    Could be used as a stroller blanket, as well.

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27 February, 2012

  • 05:23 AM

    wakol commented on the project Kids' Apron 2

    Thank you! I sewed really carefully and slowly this time.

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  • 05:22 AM

    wakol commented on the project Kids' Apron 2

    Thanks! I like this fabric.

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26 February, 2012

  • 02:08 PM

    wakol added the project called Kids' Apron 2
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    For my friend’s 3-year-old boy.
    Sewed this the most carefully ever!! Tried to keep the same width of seams.
    So, it took 7.5h from drafting to finish…

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19 January, 2012



18 January, 2012

  • 04:08 AM

    wakol added the project called Bib with Initial Embroidery
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    “K” for “Keita”.
    Dear my friend’s newborn baby. The back side is pastel purple towel cloth.
    Green, blue, purple clothes, and beige stitch…That’s my favorite color combination!

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12 January, 2012

  • 02:54 AM

    wakol commented on the project Reversible Nylon Bib

    Thank you so much! I also like the ruffles. Actually I made another bib without the ruffles for a…

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11 January, 2012

  • 03:05 AM

    wakol added the project called Reversible Nylon Bib
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    For my best friends’ kids.
    This time, I chose nylon for both sides and put a pocket to catch dropping foods because the kids started with baby foods. Texture is just like umbrellas:) , but easy to…

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