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Old Posted: 27-08-2011 , 01:44 PM #31
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Fabulously creative Paprika - love them - would love the link too for the cute bunnies ;-)

Ps: was it you looking for the fiúntas cd ? Let me know and I'll pop it in the post to you.

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Thanks Laineym :)
I can't find the link at the mo, will pm you when can dig it out again :S
Yes, it was me, as I got the books from a kind JTer but no CD.
Thank you very much :)
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Old Posted: 28-08-2011 , 08:41 AM #32
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Thanks Laineym :)
I can't find the link at the mo, will pm you when can dig it out again :S
Yes, it was me, as I got the books from a kind JTer but no CD.
Thank you very much :)

I'll pm you regarding cd ...
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Old Posted: 30-08-2011 , 01:52 PM #33
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Hi paprika, they are so cute - you should really think about setting up a business

Did you have a thread in the wanted section recently for more fabric? I have some old cotton PJ bottoms which have nice patterns and also some children's denim shorts and cord trousers which the elastic has gone out of which I could send on to you if you were interested? PM me your address if so.
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Old Posted: 30-08-2011 , 05:52 PM #34
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Hi paprika, they are so cute - you should really think about setting up a business

Did you have a thread in the wanted section recently for more fabric? I have some old cotton PJ bottoms which have nice patterns and also some children's denim shorts and cord trousers which the elastic has gone out of which I could send on to you if you were interested? PM me your address if so.

Thank you siri! I'm actually trying to set up a business, I use the JT freebies for practice and to make things for myself (and to put up on my blog :) ) and make toys and decorations from new materials. Gearing up for Christmas already, really placing all hopes in the Christmas markets!!

I do have a wanted thread and I'm really grateful for all fabric, buttons, ribbons and other bits and bobs. I'll pm you now ;)
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Old Posted: 30-08-2011 , 07:54 PM #35
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OMG they are fab.... could you please send me the link for pattern as trying to teach my 7 year old to sew and these would be brilliant as with so many parties coming up would make great gifts especially if she had a hand in making them...

Keep up the great work.
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Old Posted: 30-08-2011 , 11:07 PM #36
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Paprika, you are so talented. I've always been short on sewing skills but wouldn't mind giving one of these a go just to see how I get on. Would you put up the link to the pattern here on JT for all your fans please?
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Old Posted: 31-08-2011 , 10:09 AM #37
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Thank you siri! I'm actually trying to set up a business, I use the JT freebies for practice and to make things for myself (and to put up on my blog :) ) and make toys and decorations from new materials. Gearing up for Christmas already, really placing all hopes in the Christmas markets!!

I do have a wanted thread and I'm really grateful for all fabric, buttons, ribbons and other bits and bobs. I'll pm you now ;)


great work paprika, good luck with your venture, what's your blog or is it for family/friends only??
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Old Posted: 01-09-2011 , 12:12 AM #38
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hi paprika,
love your bunnies i would like to buy some for my grand daughter and my autistic grandson who both love teddies and cuddly toys, tell me would you have any use for an industrial sewing machine and an overlocker??? (i will have them checked out first) do you have a blog ? pm me if you have time regards the machines and your blog if you dont mind........the harvest mouse
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Old Posted: 09-09-2011 , 01:48 PM #39
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Sorry it took me so long... Here is the link to my pattern. The original version can be found in Tone Finnanger: Crafting springtime gifts.
Hope the link works.
https://picasaweb.google.com/1101211...3 26230067410

And the blog is: www.tulip-cottage.blogspot.com
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Old Posted: 15-09-2011 , 07:05 PM #40
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Thank you so much for the link Paprika, can't wait to try them out.....
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Old Posted: 15-09-2011 , 11:24 PM #41
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Thank you! As I have no great expectations of my skills I can be no more than curious at what I may produce.
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Old Posted: 20-09-2011 , 03:13 PM #42
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Post a pick of what you make, I'd love to see them too!
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Old Posted: 20-09-2011 , 08:20 PM #43
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You couldn't mean me surely, - maybe you mean mbd? Ha! That would be going too far for me methinks! I had an elderly but very alert and 'crafty' relative visiting today to help me with some sewing - she is still laughing at my methods!!! She's 'old school' and is expert in fourteen crafts (she counted them!!). What must she be thinking of me?(sigh!).
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Old Posted: 23-09-2011 , 07:24 AM #44
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hi i loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee what u make... id love to get prices from u for a snail he is sooo cute be lovely for hubby for christmas or after...

i have boxes i mean bigg boxes of buttons think they are perfect for u there are hundreds of buttons green and red and cream.. my e mail is apple_tree@live.ie and i live in greystones
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Old Posted: 23-09-2011 , 07:28 AM #45
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I got a huge boxful of pillows from a kind JTer and from others some fabric, buttons and other bits and bobs. Here are a few of the things I made from them :)
I'll add more photos when finished with the other projects.
that one be lovely in christmas material ,,,,, and for easter with a little duck handing down..
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