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Old 01-24-2013, 04:47 PM   #2506
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I am still here. Just haven't had time to get onto DISboards much. I finished my one outfit for our MainStreet Launch that is coming up and I really need to start making things for our trip that is only 78 days away


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Hi, I'm brand-new here and figured I should introduce myself. I'm Christine and have 4 kids - DD almost 12, DS almost 10, DD7 and DD2.5. We're taking our first family trip to Disney World in less than a month & are very excited about it. We surprised the kids with the trip for Christmas. The last time I was at Disney was over 20 years ago, so I'm sure a lot has changed.

I can't remember where it started, but during planning & research for the trip I followed a link here... and now I want to sew! I'm in awe of so many of the wonderful creations you all have made. I've been spending my time looking over past threads to see all the beautiful clothing. So I've picked up some fabric at JoAnn's, and ordered some on-line, and bought a half-dozed patterns from YCMT. So now I need to get busy & start sewing!

I'm not a sewing novice, but don't have a serger or embroidery machine. I've mostly done Halloween costumes for my kids and some clothing here & there.

Anyway, hello & thanks for the inspiration!
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Just wanted to share what I did today, my friend is going to WDW in a couple of weeks and saw a saying she like on a shirt on etsy and asked it I could stitch one out for her. Here is my first attempt at putting a design on a shirt, I think it turned out pretty cute! I added a mickey head to the sleeve for the fun of it.

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We actually had a great time at Tokyo Disneyland - I guess Walt's vision was truly beyond language and cultural borders! I also went to Hong Kong Disneyland a few years ago and had a blast.

Here's a picture of a pair of skorts I did:


I missed that you were going over the Tokyo DL, but glad that you had a fun time.

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I had this fabric sitting on my shelf for the last 2 years or so. I got an opportunity to test stitch a new applique for MissKenzie, the perfect excuse to use some of this Tiana fabric.

Such a pretty outfit. I saw you posted on Funktional Threads with your Wizard of Oz dress.

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So many cute things ! very inspiring ! I have been busy making the first dress for the contest on Pattern Review. I went out today to get a ribbon for the waist and maybe picked up a few other things. I also decided to go to the Salvation Army thrift store because they usually have some cute patterns. A friend went with me that I ran into while out. She pointed these two things that I had to have.... They are not sewing but I know you all will appreciate them and maybe point me to a pattern that might work to cover them in clear vinyl ?



I paid a bit for them but They are in like new condition and so cool. They will work well in my sewing room. They are the regular chair height.
Love the dresses you are making.... but how could you refuse those awesome chairs.


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I've been making my entries for the contest this week and I have two of the three dresses I am making done so far. I also found a great way to show off the dresses instead of juts being on a hanger.

My friend said #2 looks Cinderella inspired. I didn't think about it before but it could go that way I think. The overskirt is removable.
Love the Cinderella dress e


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Thank you all for the warm welcome and especially the pattern suggestions.

I forgot about the Modkids pattern. It is one I had been eyeing for a while and it just might do the trick. I have not made any of their patterns before, and I am glad to know that they are well written. I will check out the Simplicity pattern at Joanns tomorrow.

I gave my daughter her Wendy nightgown today for our movie night. She loved it!
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Here's what I've been working on lately. These are gifts for a co-worker who just had her second child (a boy). I usually try to do something for any older children in the family as well as for the new baby. In this family, there is also a 2.5 year old girl who loves Tangled so that was the theme I went with.

First for the big sister:



and then navy pinwhale corduroy overalls for the new baby brother:



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I was worried I'd get back on here and be pages behind again, but I see it's been quiet. I think too many people have vanished to FB
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Just wanted to post my admiration to all of you DISboutiquers! All of your creations are beautiful and I'm officially jealous of the talent on this thread! I hope to one day add sewing and embroidery to my list of craftiness but I'm not there yet. Have to talk DH into a machine first
Welcome.... but be forewarned it is quite an expensive addiction to start sewing and embroidering/appliquing. You will feel the need to buy and hoard all fabric and purchase every design digitized just because

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Old 01-24-2013, 06:26 PM   #2507
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:46 PM   #2508
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Hello, friends! Popping in to live vicariously through all your creations. I can't sew right now as I just had knee surgery, and it was my right leg. Maybe I should learn how to work that foot pedal with my left. You never know!

Anyway, I am on the mend. Just made a beautiful baby quilt for a fellow DIS friend, and finished curtains for our basement, pre-surgery. Not Disney related but still an accomplishment.

Happy to be back on the DIS and checking out all the beautiful things! Keep up the good work! I love seeing all the creativity.
Wishing you a speedy recovery.

My sewing machine has a push button start/stop but it scares me. If I'm guiding the fabric with my hands how do I push the button to stop it. I think I would be better off putting the presser foot on the table and doing that with my hand.

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I think it's been so quiet since most people have migrated from here to FB. And yes Flora, I think you and I may be the only ones who don't FB! I think Diane is the only one who FB's and still sticks around here regularly. I miss seeing all the others great stuff and keeping up with them, but I can certainly understand not wanting to post in both places. I guess FB is easier for most

I've been quiet b/c I haven't been sewing. I started jeans for dd, but didn't get them done yet since ds was sick and home from school. His being sick was not the problem, rather we have a sibling policy at our school where if one child has a fever the sibling must stay home (very good policy IMO b/c often you can be a carrier without symptoms for 24 hours). So dd thinks I'm her best friend now and we have played lots of Wii Go Vacation for the past couple of days which cuts into my free time.

Kids are back to school today but I'm catching up on what I got behind on. DD's jeans won't get finished until the weekend
I'm not on FB.

I have been insanely busy/stressed at work since they started a new "initiative" 2 years ago and fired a bunch of people that no longer "fit". As the sole wage earner I can't loose my job and after having been here 20+ years don't really want to find a new one nor think I can. So I don't have time to post comments on everything and it sort of feels like an all or nothing thing.

I also haven't been sewing much. I did make a rag quilt and tissue holders for Christmas that I could post (not Disney).
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I'm still around. I mostly do my catching up on my phone so it's more difficult to multi quote. Plus this new schedule is really kicking my butt. I'm on fb but don't know where the fb group is so I too am exclusive to here. I haven't been sewing much since Christmas but I have been teaching myself to crochet. Not only do I get an hour break but it is rather slow working at night so there is alot of downtime. The room where I work is fairly dark so I can only read so much without starting to get sleepy. So far I have made a hat and am working on a scarf now. I think after the scarf I will make an afghan for my cousin for her wedding, can't beat getting paid to make a wedding gift. I will try to post pics tomorrow of my hat and if i finish the scarf I will post that too.
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Old 01-24-2013, 09:20 PM   #2510
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Sorry I already broke the rules! I really was just trying to share the pic! Here is a shirt I made for my son for our upcoming Valentine's Day trip.
Hope this works & I don't get another infraction!

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Sorry it's huge! No idea how to resize on photobucket mobile.
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Hey everyone, haven't been in in a bit, but I will be, have to start planning customs for the next trip!

I have finally started posting some of the customs and AG doll customs My mom and I made V on our last trip. I just posted our dinner at Park Fare which was a total hoot Drizella went nuts. I will get around to posting here eventually it just takes so long! here it is for anyone who wants to check it out.
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Sorry I already broke the rules! I really was just trying to share the pic! Here is a shirt I made for my son for our upcoming Valentine's Day trip.
Hope this works & I don't get another infraction!



Sorry it's huge! No idea how to resize on photobucket mobile.
How did you break the rules ?

The shirt looks really cute. Can't believe it's almost valentine's already. Before you know it, it will be June !!!

I got all 3 dresses done for the contest. Here is the last one and all 3 together. You can almost see her face in the last twirly one. She didn't like standing still for pictures, hence the miserable look in the pics. LOL, guess that happens with a 3 yr old model. twirling is more fun !







Now, to decide what contest I want to do next and pick a pattern and fabric for it. then to wait for the contest to start. I think I'll do the RTW rip-off contest thing. I want to make this dress I think....

http://www.flannelsfashion.com/produ...ine-dress.aspx

yes, I am ambitious to try to rip off a Valentino when I haven't even been sewing a year.
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Old 01-24-2013, 10:13 PM   #2513
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How did you break the rules ?

The shirt looks really cute. Can't believe it's almost valentine's already. Before you know it, it will be June !!!

I got all 3 dresses done for the contest. Here is the last one and all 3 together. You can almost see her face in the last twirly one. She didn't like standing still for pictures, hence the miserable look in the pics. LOL, guess that happens with a 3 yr old model. twirling is more fun !

Now, to decide what contest I want to do next and pick a pattern and fabric for it. then to wait for the contest to start. I think I'll do the RTW rip-off contest thing. I want to make this dress I think....

http://www.flannelsfashion.com/produ...ine-dress.aspx

yes, I am ambitious to try to rip off a Valentino when I haven't even been sewing a year.
Those are CUTE! Great job. I posted a link but I didn't realize it was against the rules. Oh well.
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Wishing you a speedy recovery.

I also haven't been sewing much. I did make a rag quilt and tissue holders for Christmas that I could post (not Disney).
Thank you! I wish I could pixie dust my recovery like that. I've been doing my physical therapy exercises and they help a lot. Already I feel so much better just having an action plan.

I'd love to see your rag quilt and tissue holders, even if not Disney.

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I got all 3 dresses done for the contest. Here is the last one and all 3 together. You can almost see her face in the last twirly one. She didn't like standing still for pictures, hence the miserable look in the pics. LOL, guess that happens with a 3 yr old model. twirling is more fun !
The pout on her face is absolutely priceless. Twirling is infinitely more fun than standing still! Much like my two year old will run instead of walking. Or skip along.

The dresses are beautiful!
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Sorry I already broke the rules! I really was just trying to share the pic! Here is a shirt I made for my son for our upcoming Valentine's Day trip.
Hope this works & I don't get another infraction!

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Sorry it's huge! No idea how to resize on photobucket mobile.
I like large, you can see the design better. This is really cute, I haven't seen that anywhere.
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I like large, you can see the design better. This is really cute, I haven't seen that anywhere.
Thanks! Mostly my design, I saw something similar on a step stool once.
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I don't know anything about upholstery either. I'll figure something out to protect Mickey from wearing off.

I am going to use the sun dresses one. I have to know what it makes... it's killing me !

I've been making my entries for the contest this week and I have two of the three dresses I am making done so far. I also found a great way to show off the dresses instead of juts being on a hanger.

Dress #1


Dress #2


My friend said #2 looks Cinderella inspired. I didn't think about it before but it could go that way I think. The overskirt is removable.
They turned out great! I love the 3rd one you posted after this quote. Good luck in the contest. I think it's great that you are challenging yourself and setting the bar high. You have made so much progress in just under a year! I think attempting a Valintino is a perfect challenge for you! Go for it!

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I love reading through this thread to see what everyone has been working on. What an amazing and creative group! I don't often comment on what is posted but I am always so inspired by everyone's work.

Here's what I've been working on lately. These are gifts for a co-worker who just had her second child (a boy). I usually try to do something for any older children in the family as well as for the new baby. In this family, there is also a 2.5 year old girl who loves Tangled so that was the theme I went with.

First for the big sister:





and then navy pinwhale corduroy overalls for the new baby brother:





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Glad that you are healing up from your surgery. We want to see pictures, Disney or not! My sewing machine has a hand control button to start and stop the sewing. It works when you disconnect the foot pedal.

So I went back to the Salvation Army last week. I couldn't get there on Wednesday, which is 1/2 price day. But when I went on Friday, they were having a special 1/2 price day. I picked up 10 t-shirts, that cost $10 and that I turned into 10 pairs of shorts. I was especially happy to find an Orioles t-shirt and a Maryland Terrapins t-shirt. Our favorite MD teams! Too bad I didn't find a Ravens t-shirt too and although, while we like the Ravens, we are really Redskins fans. (On a side note, I was able to pick up Ravens t-shirts for my girls at Pink on their 75% off sale last week. HOORAY!!!) Anyhow, here are pictures of the 10 additional pairs of Jaden t-shorts:





I was smarter this time and I bought men's t-shirts. I had to add in a little extra fabric to make a few of them but most of the fabric came right from the t-shirts I bought.

Also, I finished up another top with a pair of upcycled jeans. This will be a spring time outfit for my niece. I made the jeans into capris.


I have 9 pairs of easy fit shorts and 1 more upcycled jeans outfit cut out to work on next and then it is on to a few other new patterns that I have printed out and taped together.
Wow! You have been busy. You get more done in a few weeks than I get done in a few months! Everything is wonderful as usual too! You hit the half off sale even missing the half off day?? I guess you were meant to have that sale. Good for you.

I have a push button start/stop on my sewing machine and I've gone exclusively to using it. Once you get used to it, it works like a charm. There has been the odd time or two that I've accidentally hit the on when reaching for something, but not that often.

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Sorry I already broke the rules! I really was just trying to share the pic! Here is a shirt I made for my son for our upcoming Valentine's Day trip.
Hope this works & I don't get another infraction!

[IMG][/IMG]

Sorry it's huge! No idea how to resize on photobucket mobile.
I love that shirt! If I could get my DGS to wear anything I make, I would love to make something similar. But he's 3 and not willing to wear anything I make so far. Nice job! Don't worry about the infraction. I don't understand all the rules either. I've never had an infraction, but it's probably been just luck that I haven't. Thanks for sharing (and not giving up!)
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Thank you, I found it. I couldn't get in heathersues site yesterday. I think it was your shirt that I had in mind.
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I've been quiet b/c I haven't been sewing. I started jeans for dd, but didn't get them done yet since ds was sick and home from school. His being sick was not the problem, rather we have a sibling policy at our school where if one child has a fever the sibling must stay home (very good policy IMO b/c often you can be a carrier without symptoms for 24 hours). So dd thinks I'm her best friend now and we have played lots of Wii Go Vacation for the past couple of days which cuts into my free time.

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Sorry that you've had the kids home all week. Mine feel like they've been home all week. They had Monday and Tuesday off from school. Then Thursday there was a delayed opening because of snow and then today there was an early dismissal because of the snow! They had 1 full day of school this week. I wish we'd had the money to go away this week. They would have missed practically no school!

I've never heard of a sibling policy like that one. It would be horrible for some larger families where one of the kids always has a cold or something.

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I am still here reading daily, but not much time to post as I have been having Gallbladder issues and dealing with my girls and doc appointments for them and myself and PTA and cheer has started back up. I have not sewn anything in a while other than some casserole carriers for Christmas gifts. I will be starting some things soon as we have a surprise trip planned for May.
Sorry that you haven't been feeling well. How fun that you are planning a surprise trip!!!

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Sorry I already broke the rules! I really was just trying to share the pic! Here is a shirt I made for my son for our upcoming Valentine's Day trip.
Hope this works & I don't get another infraction!

[IMG][/IMG]
Adorable shirt! I love that design. Don't worry about breaking the rules. Most of us have had our hands slapped at least once because figuring out all the rules can be complicated.

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I got all 3 dresses done for the contest. Here is the last one and all 3 together. You can almost see her face in the last twirly one. She didn't like standing still for pictures, hence the miserable look in the pics. LOL, guess that happens with a 3 yr old model. twirling is more fun !






Love the dresses and the model. Especially the expression! Definitely made me laugh. I hope you do really well in the contest. The dress that you plan to case for your next contest is lovely. I can't wait to see your version.
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Sorry I already broke the rules! I really was just trying to share the pic! Here is a shirt I made for my son for our upcoming Valentine's Day trip.
Hope this works & I don't get another infraction!

[IMG][/IMG]

Sorry it's huge! No idea how to resize on photobucket mobile.
Very cute and a clever Valentine-but-can-wear-anytime shirt. Who doesn't love McQueen?

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How did you break the rules ?

The shirt looks really cute. Can't believe it's almost valentine's already. Before you know it, it will be June !!!

I got all 3 dresses done for the contest. Here is the last one and all 3 together. You can almost see her face in the last twirly one. She didn't like standing still for pictures, hence the miserable look in the pics. LOL, guess that happens with a 3 yr old model. twirling is more fun !







Now, to decide what contest I want to do next and pick a pattern and fabric for it. then to wait for the contest to start. I think I'll do the RTW rip-off contest thing. I want to make this dress I think....

http://www.flannelsfashion.com/produ...ine-dress.aspx

yes, I am ambitious to try to rip off a Valentino when I haven't even been sewing a year.
THe dresses look great. And getting a 3-year-old to model is no small feat, believe me, I have two of them. I have been doing tons of samples for my etsy shop and "borrowing" my friends kids, most of whom are in the 2-3 age range. My friend is a portrait photographer so she is doing sessions with them for free for me. I get sample photos, she gets to build a portfolio, and the parents get free shirts. But it is exhausting! I did my own mini photoshoot with my own kids with some Mickey shirts I made them. They were thrilled I got their Mickey Ear hats down from the high shelf (out of their destructive reach.) and they got to wear them.


(I think this one they are planning their park strategy for next time.)


But my favorite, which I LOVE LOVE LOVE despite it not showing their shirts at all:


And a Question for any of you PE770 Owners: I got mine last summer, around July-August. I love it. While I am hoping to upgrade to something with a bigger hoop sometime it is meeting my needs for now. But I have a recent/weird issue that I am not sure what to do. It used to alert me and stop stitching when the bobbin ran out, actually right BEFORE the bobbin ran out, generally with a few inches left. Now for the past couple weeks it happily keeps stitching for a LONG TIME, often finishing a step, satin stitching a couple of inches with no bobbin thread. I feel like I have to constantly watch it. Any thoughts? We do have a nearby Brother dealer, but as I mentioned here before it is run by a crotchety old dude who is way down on the PE770 and did a lot less helping and a lot more trying to upsell/belittling my choice in machine so I don't want to take it there unless I need to. For the record I am using the same bobbin thread I have always used: thread art, and wind my own bobbins. I did order pre-wound just because I am sick of winding them since I can't seem to remember to do it until they are needed. Figured I would try them. They aren't here yet to test.
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Sorry it's huge! No idea how to resize on photobucket mobile.
Sorry you got in trouble... I didn't see your original post, so I have no idea what it was about. I am sure it was an honest mistake.

Love your applique - it's beautful!

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Now, to decide what contest I want to do next and pick a pattern and fabric for it. then to wait for the contest to start. I think I'll do the RTW rip-off contest thing. I want to make this dress I think....

http://www.flannelsfashion.com/produ...ine-dress.aspx

yes, I am ambitious to try to rip off a Valentino when I haven't even been sewing a year.
I love them all! You did such a great job!

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