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Progress Report for Tina Rathbone
Contest: Challenge Contest 2012 - Refashion / Repurpose     Managed By: Courtney Ostaff

  Photo Pattern Used Points Items Made Yardage Used Description Last Updated
1 No Pattern Used:Scrappy Ends Scarf (Accessories) 1 1.000 0.500 I recommend saving even the skinniest trims off your hand-dyes and batiks to make this scarf. Simply cut a scarf shape in water-soluble stablizer, place skinny cotton strips, cover with another strip of stabilizer, and free-motion stitch with your favorite threads. I used a variegated from Superior's Rainbow line. Rinse and wear! www.tina-rathbone.blogspot.com 11/15/12 1:32 AM
2 No Pattern Used:Scrappy Ends Scarf (Accessories) 1 1.000 0.500 I've saved trimming ends from quiltmaking and from cutting hand-dyed fabric packets donated to Visions Art Museum (formerly Quilt Visions), for their gallery gift shop. I was inspired by Leah Day to take my skinny scraps and turn them into a scarf, using water-soluble stabilizer and lots of free-motion stitching. And the moral of the story: don't throw anything away! :) 11/15/12 1:00 AM
  Total 2 2 1    
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