whipup roundup [mid november]

by kath_red on 21/11/2009

in Features, Newsletter

whipup roundup

Another quiet-ish Sunday morning – whipped up 3 pairs of pajama pants for the kids this morning – some nice summery crisp cotton shorts. After croissants and scrambled eggs and coffee for breakfast and in a relaxed mode knowing that we cleaned the house yesterday, I can sit and breath and do some emails and blogging.

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  1. BOOK REVIEWS THIS WEEK Manga cross-stitch + Felties - 2 really excellent books. I loved the little book of vintage paper craftsMY FAVE THIS WEEK … the crochet flower fridgies
  2. LOTS OF HOLIDAY CRAFTING cluster of glee – check it out … felt poinsettia fabric pumpkinrussian nesting doll cards tree bunting felt ornaments
  3. AND LOTS MORE: chocolate cupslinen scarfmodern vintage potholder 70′s inspired beaded chandelierlittle bag of secrets
  4. Happy crafting!
    Kathreen
    xxx

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1 eeloh November 23, 2009 at 7:04 am

Kath, sorry this is off-topic …. I’m impressed with your PJ efforts. Do you sew the elastic in or do a casing? And how do you make it the right tightness? I’ve read somewhere to cut the elastic so it’s 3cm less than the child’s waist measurement. does this sound about right to you?
:-)
eeloh

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2 kath_red November 24, 2009 at 6:23 am

Hi Eeloh

with the elastic – I just hold it around the child and ask how they like it – some like it loose – some like it tight – some like it around their hips and not their waists at all – here is a rule of thumb ‘Elastic around your waist should be your waist size minus 2 inches. It works every time.’

Here is an old tute I wrote http://handyprojects.blogspot.com/search?q=pants

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