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Re: I sewed a thing!

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I thought... I thought I posted about a thing I sewed... but I can't find it now.
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Re: I sewed a thing!

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I remember you posting it and smiley replying as well! Perhaps there was some glitch in the system. I received an email from the forum telling me there was a reply to a thread for the first time in three months, so maybe it's related to that?
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Re: I sewed a thing!

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I will post it again then. Because I'm awesome. But the text will be shorter.

I made a thing. It is a pin cushion. I have not sewn anything in many ages, and never anything decent. Admire!

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Also it's like huge. I don't even know why.

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Well that's the nicest pincushion I've ever seen. I like the fabric.
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nooooo the timeline has split!!!
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I have* one that looks like a tomato.

*My mother has
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Kimra wrote: Smiley: Reply again. I feel bereft without a reply.
That is a very pretty pin cushion! Well done, you.
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smiley_cow wrote:
Kimra wrote: Smiley: Reply again. I feel bereft without a reply.
That is a very pretty pin cushion! Well done, you.
Yay!
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Oh wow, that actually looks very professionally done Kimra, well done! Also I particularity like the ear hat, Smiley, very cute.
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My brother got me to sew some felt penguins for a friend's Christmas present:

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Adorable! Did you design them yourself?
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I was following a pattern. But yeah, I love their designs. They're super tiny too. Each pattern fit on half a page.
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My mom asked for a hat with animal ears for Christmas, so I made her a kitty hat:

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Are these the cursed ears you were griping about?

p.s. - looks good
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Liriodendron_fagotti wrote:Are these the cursed ears you were griping about?

p.s. - looks good
I thought we established she was sewing a flesh suit, with human flesh. This is clearly a side project.
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