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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

New Pattern Miz' Rosa

I finally got her finished. I call her Miz' Rosa. She is a big girl about 32" tall and kind of stocky. I lucked out and found some of this feed sack panel fabric. So hard to find, but found it from another crafter selling off stock. I have this pattern on the side bar if you are interested. I helped Samantha paint today, not my favorite thing to do. Hubby is buying new carpet for her bedrooms. It still had the old carpet from when my parents lived there. It was old and she had been wanting new carpet for while. So he bought her carpet and ordered me a couch from Lazyboy. I have wait 5-6 weeks to have it made. But I guess it will be worth it. It is kind of colonial looking and blue. We couldn't find a solid blue couch anywhere. I have the blue braided rugs and quilts that match , so we didn't want to change the color. So just have to be patient.
Samantha is doing a Easter swap, she has already had several sign up. I signed up earlier and she is still giving a free stitchery e-pattern if you haven't already joined her blog. check her out if you are interested in joining her blog or swap at http://www.samanthasaccessories.blogspot.com/

4 comments:

  1. Love her sack dress and the accessories.
    I was starting to make some small items to get back into practice, but waiting for my machine to get fixed.

    Debbie

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  2. Love your new epattern and makes me want to make some more dolls :) It has been soooo cold here that I just don't feel like doing much of anything.
    Have a great week :)

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  3. I love Miz Rosa! She's perfect with the feed sack fabric.

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  4. Miz Rosa is another winner!
    Sandy, I hope you are alright.
    We get concerned for you when
    you don't post for a couple of
    days. Congrats to Samantha for
    her success.
    Warm Regards,
    Susan B., Western MA

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