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4D/5D Professional HASP Key Work Around

Filed in Crafting, Featured, Technology, Tutorial by on June 12, 2013 0 Comments
4D/5D Professional HASP Key Work Around

That HASP key small and worth its weight in gold.  Break it or lose it and you will have to purchase your 4D/5D Professional program again… or at the very least pay some unreal high price to replace the key… which they will only let you do if you break it and if you can […]

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Starting — Amy Butler — Weekender Travel Bag

Filed in Crafting by on July 21, 2009 0 Comments
Starting — Amy Butler — Weekender Travel Bag

Get The Pattern To Make It Yourself The perfect cary all bag for your next getaway. Amy Butler has many patterns for free. The blogosphere has been all a buzz about Amy Butler’s Weekend Travel Bag. What’s a girl to do except for to take notice. With a trip to Arizona looming on the horizon, […]

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Finished — Amy Butler — Birdie Slings

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Finished — Amy Butler — Birdie Slings

Get The Pattern To Make It Yourself This honey of a sling holds everything and it’s easy to make! Modern styling and dynamic proportions will make this one of your favorite carry-all bags! They come out so soft and large enough to carry almost anything but position well so they don’t seem to large.  I […]

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Finished — Favorite Things — Market Eco Tote

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Finished — Favorite Things — Market Eco Tote

Get The Pattern And Make It Yourself Talk about roomy these can carry it all. Perfect to go to the market. Shop responsibly with this reusable shopping tote. The tote is lined and has web handles for extra strength. They have 2 roomy outside pockets, the larger one with a button and 2 small inside […]

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Finished — Amy Butler — Madison Bags

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Finished — Amy Butler — Madison Bags

Get The Pattern And Make It Yourself Elegant and fashionable purse design at home in the penthouse or on the pavement! An updated take on 40’s style.  I made the mistake of cutting these all out and placing the peltex before I actually did the prototype bag.  Peltex is actually to thick and maybe craft […]

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Finished — Amy Butler — Laptop Cover

Filed in Crafting, Technology by on July 11, 2009 0 Comments
Finished — Amy Butler — Laptop Cover

Get The Pattern And Make It Yourself Amy Butler just has the best patterns but sometimes they get to think to rangle through a sewing machine all the canvas and peltex gives me a little headache Oh but this cheap frog material is after my heart. You can see many of my creations for sale […]

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Finished — Accuquilt — Rag Quilt

Filed in Crafting by on July 10, 2009 0 Comments
Finished — Accuquilt — Rag Quilt

Get Your Own Accuquilt Accuquilt has a new toy the GO! Fabric Cutter.  What an amazing little thing and if you want to make rag quilts there is no better way.  I use the GO! Square-6 1/2″ for the batting and the GO! Rag Square-8 1/2″ to make the blocks. On the frog quilt I […]

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Anna Maria Horner – Study Hall Skirt

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Anna Maria Horner – Study Hall Skirt

I am just In love with Anna Maria Horner. Although these were not done with her fabric the skirt is to cute.

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Amy Butler – Birdie Sling

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Amy Butler – Birdie Sling

This is a great purse! Easy easy to assemble and very attractive.

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Amy Butler – Madison Bag

Filed in Crafting by on July 7, 2009 0 Comments
Amy Butler – Madison Bag

My Prototype – In general this is any easy purse from a piecing standpoint. Oh but the assembly is a real pain in the you know what!!! I made the mistake of putting a way to thick peltex. I might suggest that you might want to go with 2 layers of craft bond maybe even […]

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