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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyon View Post
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    Hand sewn blanket and matching cushion (didn't sew the blanket from scratch haha)
    Do you use a pattern for the cushion covers? Have they got a zip on them or do you sew in the cushion insert?

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    I used fabric from spotlight the same as the blanket, I sewed the whole thing and left a 15cm gap stuffed cotton into it an sewed it back up. I will be doing cushion covers with zippers on them for our lounge room!

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    What I did with a pack of quilting fabric - a random baby dress and a larger dress for miss3

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    Made this for my sister 2 years ago when my nephew was born. It's a tummy time mat with a detachable bolster and baby blocks, which drawstrings up into itself for easy carrying

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    Is anyone doing the boo! Exchange?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pmakes3 View Post
    Is anyone doing the boo! Exchange?
    What's the boo?? Sorry I have no idea ha (:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyon View Post
    What's the boo?? Sorry I have no idea ha (:
    Lol an aust sewing pattern designer. Google boo! Designs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pmakes3 View Post
    Lol an aust sewing pattern designer. Google boo! Designs
    Just had a look, I can tell I know near nothing about sewing haha!

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    Does anyone know an AUS supplier I can get a trim like this from?
    It's a scalloped lace with sequins. Perfect for flutter sleeves!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
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    Does anyone know an AUS supplier I can get a trim like this from?
    It's a scalloped lace with sequins. Perfect for flutter sleeves!!
    I don't, but I've seen a few wahm pages using it so I'd be interested to see where it comes from too!


 

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