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    Holiday Sewing Ideas & Projects

    Post by Jessica Rathbone on Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:52 am

    Are you planning on sewing something for the upcoming holidays? Post your ideas, ask for ideas, and show off your amazing work here! From Halloween costumes to Christmas presents and everything in between.


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    Re: Holiday Sewing Ideas & Projects

    Post by Jaime Rose on Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:36 am

    I know I'm being overly ambitious, but here are a few things I would like to make for Christmas:

    Diapers & Wipes for Dolls
    Trash Stashers (for your vehicle)
    Fabric Scrap Matching Game
    Coiled Fabric Bowl
    Poncho

    I'm sure there are more I'll add to this. The poncho is probably the fastest to make on the list, but oh my goodness, the diapers and wipes are so cute, and I would love to have a cute trash can thingamajig in my car, instead of a random plastic bag, and I know my mom, sister, and SIL would, too. Smile


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    Re: Holiday Sewing Ideas & Projects

    Post by Jessica Rathbone on Thu Sep 19, 2013 11:29 pm

    Jaime Rose wrote:I know I'm being overly ambitious, but here are a few things I would like to make for Christmas:

    Diapers & Wipes for Dolls
    Trash Stashers (for your vehicle)
    Fabric Scrap Matching Game
    Coiled Fabric Bowl
    Poncho

    I'm sure there are more I'll add to this. The poncho is probably the fastest to make on the list, but oh my goodness, the diapers and wipes are so cute, and I would love to have a cute trash can thingamajig in my car, instead of a random plastic bag, and I know my mom, sister, and SIL would, too. Smile
    The trash holder is on my list of things to do! I really want to make on that is lined with the newborn material that you can wipe incase anything gets spilled, but I'm waiting to find a print or solid that I like Smile I have seen so many great ideas I can't decide!


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    Re: Holiday Sewing Ideas & Projects

    Post by Jaime Rose on Fri Sep 20, 2013 10:16 am

    I have some iron-on vinyl, but I haven't had a chance to try it yet. I was thinking about making some reusable snack bags with it. Is that the same idea for what you're looking for? That way, you could use any fabric you want?


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    Re: Holiday Sewing Ideas & Projects

    Post by Jessica Rathbone on Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:45 pm

    Jaime Rose wrote:I have some iron-on vinyl, but I haven't had a chance to try it yet. I was thinking about making some reusable snack bags with it. Is that the same idea for what you're looking for? That way, you could use any fabric you want?
    I didn't even think of/have never heard of iron on vinyl. Can you send me a link to it so I can check it out? Pretty please lol. The stuff I have been seeing is with the "baby" type sewing fabrics and is suggested for changing pads and bibs, etc. I've seen it with little monkeys or ducks and then in pastels but I want something cool and modern.


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    Post by Jaime Rose on Sat Sep 21, 2013 1:32 am

    This Iron-on Vinyl is from Joann's. I bought mine through fabric.com, but it looks like the same thing. It's also available through Amazon, and many other places, I'm sure. I've also seen it available in a matte finish.


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    Post by Jessica Rathbone on Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:47 pm

    Def going to check that out! I bet it would work great to make a little tote for the back of the car to put all the wipes and fluids in too Smile


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    Re: Holiday Sewing Ideas & Projects

    Post by Rebecca Glover on Wed Sep 25, 2013 1:11 pm

    I think it would be fun to make all our Stockings... we have store bought ones, but how fun would it be for each person to have their own personalized stocking, with iron on letters maybe or puff paints even... It's a bit ambitious since I'm still learning to sew, but if I can sew a skirt with three ruffled panels for a 8 year old, I can figure out a stocking! :-D


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    Rebecca Glover wrote:I think it would be fun to make all our Stockings... we have store bought ones, but how fun would it be for each person to have their own personalized stocking, with iron on letters maybe or puff paints even... It's a bit ambitious since I'm still learning to sew, but if I can sew a skirt with three ruffled panels for a 8 year old, I can figure out a stocking! :-D
    Stockings!! I am seriously considering making us those cute burlap stockings and then doing each of our names embroidered on the top with a coordinating fabric. I also want to make a shabby ruffle tree skirt...but I can't decide what colors.


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