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Tutorial by Rachael Dorr
blog: rachaelrabbit.blogspot.com

I did it 🙂 I had a friend visiting me this week-end so I didn’t have so much time for sewing, but I did it !!! I also finished the next project and began the following one. The only issue is that you will have to trus me for now … I have the pictures on my camera but I am too lazy tonight to upload them ….

The tutorial was easy, clear and great ! The pillowcase looks just like a pillowcase! I did it for my son, with a nice flannel fabric, full of cars 🙂 Pictures are coming soon, I promise 🙂

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Tutorial by: Lori Marie, from Pretty Little Things
Website: loriemarie.com

This project is my first order 🙂 I don’t have a pet, so a friend of mine decided to buy the material I would need for this project so that I could make a customized pet bed for her cat! It worked out perfectly !

I’m a little disappointed with the result – I accidentally shortened the length
a little bit too much during the last step of the process. However, the overall result looks fine 🙂

I don’t have any picture with the cat yet, but I will post some as soon as I receive some !

The preparation :
Preparation

The result ! :

the result !

And from the other side:

the result

Thanks Mayumi !!

Tutorial by: Melissa Esplin of IS.LY
Blog: http://melissaesplin.com/

Tough one! The result looks fine but I’m not sure I did what Melissa wanted: I tried, and tried again but I couldn’t figure out how it worked…. I found the tutorial unclear and confusing. I also checked the online one but same issue 😦

If there is no possibility to be more specific about which piece of fabric to use, then just attribute each of them a letter.
For example:  two  11″x 19″rectangles from outside fabric: A and B.

Then it makes more sense to know which part to use ….

Anyway, I did it, even though it may not be right!

Here are the pictures !

The preparation:

preparation

And the result:
the result!
If I would have to do it again, I would probably make it less high so that I have less fabric to roll to be able to close it. I would also probably add a handle, even though the wristlet seems very useful.

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