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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Cheese View Post
    A friend has a little girl who is a little delayed on reaching milestones and still isn't sitting independently very well, she said she was going to buy a sit me up pillow so I offered to make one for her as I knew another friend had a pattern. I'm really happy with it. Attachment 69101
    This is great @Green Cheese! Can I ask where your friend got the pattern?
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    Made a little party dress for DD to wear to my uncle's 60th tomorrow. It's my first go at this pattern, I'm quite pleased with the end result!
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    How long did it take you? I'm so slow lol.

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    I'm not sure exactly what time I started cutting it all out but I think it was around 9pm, then I stayed up until 12:30 doing everything except the snap closures on the back & the bottom hem (finished that today). I'm terrible at leaving things unfinished once I've started, I think 'I'll just cut this out.. I'll just put the bodice together.. Oh bugger it I'll just put it all together now so I can see what it will look like finished'.
    So probably about 4 hours total. It was my first time doing this pattern though so I kept coming back & reading through etc. Hopefully I can shave some time off next time I make one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorMade View Post
    I'm not sure exactly what time I started cutting it all out but I think it was around 9pm, then I stayed up until 12:30 doing everything except the snap closures on the back & the bottom hem (finished that today). I'm terrible at leaving things unfinished once I've started, I think 'I'll just cut this out.. I'll just put the bodice together.. Oh bugger it I'll just put it all together now so I can see what it will look like finished'.
    So probably about 4 hours total. It was my first time doing this pattern though so I kept coming back & reading through etc. Hopefully I can shave some time off next time I make one.
    I like my sleep too much lol.

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    Eeee!!! My first dress!ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1428662764.844687.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    Hey fabulous sewing hubbers, I'm thinking about making teething pads for my ergo. Would anyone have any advice re best materials to use?
    You can get some lovely soft towelling and flannels. Prob something cotton based so it's easy to clean and dries quickly

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    Awwww I haven't had much time to see lately - must get back in to it!! So many ideas..

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    Quote Originally Posted by waitinghoping View Post
    Awwww I haven't had much time to see lately - must get back in to it!! So many ideas..
    Please do! There's room for everybody in here!

    I'm so glad this thread has taken off, I love seeing all the ideas & pretty things people are making!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    This is great @Green Cheese! Can I ask where your friend got the pattern?
    The pattern was by Paula Storm and was pretty straight forward, I didn't add the toy straps.

    I will have to remember to upload a photo of the cute ruffle skirt I made dd - it was an impromptu decision yesterday for a party today. My spotlight does remnants of less than a metre for $2 a metre and I had some scraps. Forgot to take one at the party though.

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