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Old Posted: 03-04-2010 , 11:23 AM #16
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I have now made this THING
I'll give more clues to help you along. I made a pair from ONE of the sheets of felt (and used white felt as the lining) and am in the process of making another Pair of them from the second one....I said think small....so now think very small...very young.

New clue: I showed them to a friend and she promptly ordered a pair in Yellow for Easter! An actual commission for my work.

Does that help? or cause more confusion?
OK last clue for today...can be worn but wont ever be worn out by the wearer.

Yes, I agree with Eibhlin. A pair of babies booties it has to be.
But of course knowing you Unapam, the leftover bits could be used for anything, purse, handbag, table mats, the mind boggles at what you will come up with next. Keep up the good work.
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Old Posted: 03-04-2010 , 04:32 PM #17
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Bingo Eibhlin! I have them done but can't get a pic up til next week as am away.

What charity do you want to nominate?

Cheers pam :-)
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Old Posted: 03-04-2010 , 04:36 PM #18
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cute!!!
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Old Posted: 03-04-2010 , 04:37 PM #19
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i looked at em and saw felt hahaha
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Old Posted: 03-04-2010 , 05:45 PM #20
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Bingo Eibhlin! I have them done but can't get a pic up til next week as am away.

What charity do you want to nominate?

Cheers pam :-)
Cystic Fibrosis Research please. Thanks Pam, Happy Easter. Eibh.
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Old Posted: 03-04-2010 , 11:15 PM #21
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Cystic Fibrosis Research please. Thanks Pam, Happy Easter. Eibh.

Cystic Fibrosis Research it is so. Does anyone know where they are so I can PIF (pass it on?)
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Old Posted: 04-04-2010 , 11:51 AM #22
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Cystic Fibrosis Research it is so. Does anyone know where they are so I can PIF (pass it on?)
Temple Street Childrens Hosp have just opened a new CF unit so you could send it there, in memory of my son Fergal who was a CF patient there for twelve years. His anniversary is 9th next Friday, so very appropriate. Thanks, Eibh.
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Old Posted: 04-04-2010 , 10:44 PM #23
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Temple Street Childrens Hosp have just opened a new CF unit so you could send it there, in memory of my son Fergal who was a CF patient there for twelve years. His anniversary is 9th next Friday, so very appropriate. Thanks, Eibh.

Hi Eibhlin, will sort at out when the banks open again and post receipt on here. Take care, Pam
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Old Posted: 07-04-2010 , 08:01 PM #24
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i say your going to blanket stitch the two pieces together, and use it to cover a jam jar that will be holding a bunch of flowers....

admittedly, this is a very specific guess.. lol
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Old Posted: 07-04-2010 , 08:03 PM #25
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oh i just saw, someone guessed already!

so close and yet, so very far....lol
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Old Posted: 11-04-2010 , 05:54 PM #26
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I have added the photo of the booties as correctly guessed by Eibhlin. :-)
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Old Posted: 11-04-2010 , 06:23 PM #27
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They are so cute. Fabulous work. The stitching around the edging perfect of course. Brilliant idea.
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Old Posted: 11-04-2010 , 08:18 PM #28
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Aww they're so cute. Love the neat stitching!!
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Old Posted: 13-04-2010 , 11:45 PM #29
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The bootie are so cute :)
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Old Posted: 15-04-2010 , 08:24 PM #30
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gorgeouse!!!! wish i had such skills. its really beautiful. well done
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