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Denver, Colorado
Hi! My name is Tracey & I live in Colorado with my husband, three children and two West Highland White Terriers.
Interests: These are some of the things that make me so happy! Sewing, Embroidery, Quilting, Fabric, Buttons & Trims, Painting, Doll-Making, Miniatures, Doll Houses, Children's Books, Young Adult Fiction,Children's Illustrations, Libraries, Fairy- Tales, Wooden Toys, Scandinavian Design, Decorating, Bright Colors, Thrift & Antique Stores, Garage Sales, French Cuisine, Cupcakes, Cheesecake, Cooking, Cooking Shows, Beautiful Cookbooks, Photography, Coffee, Music, U2, Coldplay, Imogen Heap, & Techno.
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Hi Robin, I love this jam, but it seems to be a seasonal item at Costco. I have not been able to find it even on the E.D Smith website. If you find some, stock up on it! Good Luck, Tracey
Toggle Commented Apr 26, 2012 on P.B & BCRBOJ Sandwich at giggleface studios
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Hi Lauren, I found the music box at a thrift store. The only markings I can find on the box are on the wind-up, it says LAUREL. Im sorry that I cant be more of a help to you, but my suggestion would be to use Stuff Alert to find this on Ebay. Good Luck! Tracey
Toggle Commented Feb 23, 2012 on Home Sweet Home at giggleface studios
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Hi Valerie, I have not finished this. It is pretty time consuming, but will be totally worth it in the end! I have been working on this going on two years now (off and on). I still have 5 more houses to stitch up and then piece everything together. It is an enormous quilt. I love all the details in this quilt as well as other Crabapple Hill worth the money! Good Luck and Happy Stitching, Tracey
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Hi Lynne, I believe the face transfer was not as dark as I wanted it to be, so I enhanced it with regular crayola crayons. I ironed the transfer on and then matched the colors in the eyes and lips and colored on the fabric. I also outlined the lips and possibly eyelashes with a Fabrico fabric marker. These are great because they dont bleed on the fabric. After coloring, turn the fabric over and press on a piece of paper to set the colors. I added some make-up blush with a paint brush, but you could easily color in cheeks with crayons. I bought the Fabrico markers here: Sophies hair is LionBrand Homespun yarn. It ravels with play, so I tied a small knot at the end of each strand to keep the wavy look. When it unravels it looks like the horses hair here: I really enjoyed making this doll, and is a great first doll project. Good luck! Tracey
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Thanks Helen, That is very kind of you!
Toggle Commented Jul 15, 2011 on Water Drops in the Grass at Where Shall I Begin?
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Hi Tina, This recipe is from Martha Stewart: It was good, especially right out of the oven, but not as good the next day. I suggest you heat them in the microwave before eating.
Toggle Commented Jul 8, 2011 on S'more Please! at Where Shall I Begin?
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HI BlessedCP, I got that chicken fabric at Joanns about a year ago. I got everything that was left on the bolt (a little less than a yard) It is one of those prints that is specifically made for Joanns. If you cant find it in the store you might want to try ebay or etsy. Happy quilting!
Toggle Commented Jun 14, 2011 on Pinwheels & Polka Dots at giggleface studios
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HI Twyla, These are so fun to make and there are so many ways you can use them! Im sure it will keep the grandkids entertained for awhile!
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May 13, 2011