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Fussbunny
Interests: knitting, amigurumi, sewing, web design, quilting, libraries, league of gentlemen, harry hill, pith helmets, vermicomposting
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Toggle Commented Jun 20, 2009 on SouleMama Sponsor ~ NANTY'S NATURALS ~ at SouleMama
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I never had a food mill, but I used a masher a lot for my babies, so they could eat the same thing as the adults and older kids. We've probably saved thousands in baby food expenses by making it ourselves along with our dinners. We used to let the baby eat naked too. Glad to know we're not the only ones!
Toggle Commented Jun 18, 2009 on crafting for food at SouleMama
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Wow! Those are cute! Thanks so much for the contest!
Toggle Commented Jun 14, 2009 on SouleMama Sponsor ~ APPLECHEEKS ~ at SouleMama
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So pretty! Thanks for the contest!
Toggle Commented Jun 13, 2009 on Soulemama Sponsor ~ ALEWIVES FABRICS ~ at SouleMama
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Our baby only likes a bath in the big peoples' tub if there's a big person in there with him. So, one of us bathes him and the other dries him. Actually, I say "likes," but he LOVES baths where he gets to lean against his daddy and stretch his legs out for big kicking splashes. It's really cute, too.
Toggle Commented Jun 11, 2009 on well, golly gee ... at Sew Liberated
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I love the fox AND the bunny, but if I win, I suppose I'll let my 4 year old decide. Thanks for the contest!
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My little boy is allergic to milk and we've made dairy-free pancakes with cocoa powder added that taste very much like brownies. (They're a bit less gooey and less sweet, but tasty.)
Toggle Commented Jun 1, 2009 on sacrificing at Sew Liberated
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I had a baby last year and I still have the maternity clothes. Some of them are in good enough condition to pass on to someone else, but some have stretched out tops from my previously stretched out body. I... Continue reading
Posted May 30, 2009 at Wardrobe ReFashion
Wow! I thought people who could sew in circles were just insanely talented. Now I know the truth! Fantastic!
Toggle Commented May 24, 2009 on Round and round at Old School Acres
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That's so cute! You've definitely added some flare!
Toggle Commented May 17, 2009 on Baby Swing Coat at Wardrobe ReFashion
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What is it? Indeed, I do not know, but I'm just learning to crochet, so it's kind of a practice object. It started as a ball, and then it was going to be a bumblebee, and now it's just a... Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2009 at Wardrobe ReFashion
Such a lovely little boy! I looked at your Flickr profile and noticed that you're from the same hometown as one of my best friends. Is everyone from that town magical?
Toggle Commented May 16, 2009 on photos from baby land at Sew Liberated
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I don't think you need to use your GOOJ card for this. The pledge clearly says, "For myself," a few times in the wording. I know this because I have to keep reminding myself of this every time we have to buy new work clothes for my husband. I always re-read the pledge to make sure it's okay. So refashioning for the family is just extra credit.
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Happy Mother's Day! I can't wait to see what the year brings for you and your family! Cheers!
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I love that fabric! Great skirt, too!
Toggle Commented May 8, 2009 on No title at Wardrobe ReFashion
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Adorable! I'll have to look up that tutorial to make some hats for my kids! (After making some practice hats for myself, of course.)
Toggle Commented May 7, 2009 on Hoodie mania! at Wardrobe ReFashion
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Hello! Nice to see someone else from the 'Ville! ;)
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I do have an event! My niece's wedding is in October and these colors might look really nice for that season. And there's so much fabric that a full skirt is completely possible. I might make a kind of super-fancy sundress that can be belted for nicer occasions. I'm in the process of losing some post-pregnancy weight and something sort of flexible size-wise would be great to have around.
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It's a really lightweight fabric. I love your creations and would love to know what you'd do with this fabric. ^*^
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That's really cute! I have so many long, thin scraps from lots of quilting attempts that would crochet into a really fun basket. I can't wait to make one myself! Just 2 questions: 1. What size crochet needle did you use? 2. How thin are your strips of fabric? Thanks so much! ps. I love the projects that you've shared on here!
Toggle Commented Sep 16, 2007 on Refashionings and confessions at Wardrobe ReFashion
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Thanks for sharing that article! I'm trying to convince my mother-in-law that she could make a living selling her clothes on Etsy. Maybe this article will help!
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I never even knew you could make beads from fabric! I see a lot of jewelry in my future. And I know how I can finish a beaded curtain project that I started a while ago. Thanks for sharing your pretty, pretty project.
Toggle Commented Apr 11, 2007 on Baby quilt + birthday present at Wardrobe ReFashion
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