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Elaine Zamora

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About Elaine Zamora

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    H.A.I.N. Secretary
  • Birthday 03/17/1968

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    memory boxes,sewing, knitting, and crocheting

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  1. Version 1.0.0


    This is the instructions and pattern for the suit pants that will go with the Paulie Jacket. The instructions and pattern for the suit is
  2. Version 1.0.0


    This a pattern I posted before but noticed it was removed. Here it is. It should fit a baby about 24-27 week or up to 1 1/2 lbs.
  3. Version 1.0.0


    I created this pattern and added instructions on how to make this cradle. It should be sized for about 14-16 week old baby. It is basic stitches involved -- nothing too fancy. If you are not familiar with joining to pieces together to form a lined bag or how to create a straight corner like you see in a tote bag -- I recommend googling on youtube instructions. You will see how easy it is to do in a video. The one cradle took me about 1 hour to make since I was making it and the pattern at the same time. All seams are about 1/4 inch. It is ok if it is less than 1/4 inch but you should not make them bigger than 1/4 inch or the size will be smaller. Enjoy.
  4. Version 1.0.0


    I got creative one day and designed a sailor style collar for the gowns. Here are the patterns and instructions. These collars match up to the gown patterns I posted previously. here are the links to the gown patterns and instructions for the gown. Enjoy! Xsmall burial gown pattern = http://www.heavenlyangelsinneed.com/index.php?/files/file/58-1xsmallburialgown-elaine-zamora/ Small burial gown pattern = http://www.heavenlyangelsinneed.com/index.php?/files/file/61-small-burial-gown-elaine-zamora/ Med. Burial Gown pattern = http://www.heavenlyangelsinneed.com/index.php?/files/file/63-med-burial-gown-elaine-z/ Small Burial gown pattern with sewing instructions= http://www.heavenlyangelsinneed.com/index.php?/files/file/67-sm-burial-gown-with-instructions-elaine-z/ (URL to the collar pattern and instructions: http://www.heavenlyangelsinneed.com/index.php?/files/file/225-sailor-collar-for-gowns/)
  5. i got an error when uploading images again.  It said = "This was a problem processing the upload file. -200"

    1. MaryGlynn


      Thank you Elaine. Looks there is another update, if that doesnt fix this issue I will put a tech to figure it out for us. Thanks for letting me know :)

  6. Elaine Zamora

    Fairy Angel gown by Elaine Zamora

    @‌Brandi D. === sorry for the late reply. one of the dresses I stitched a hem all around and then attached it to the dress. I also tried one dress where I only hem stitched the bottom but I used my pinking shears for the sides and they worked just fine.
  7. Elaine Zamora

    Fairy Angel gown by Elaine Zamora

    You can give it a try. I know I have not patience with cutting out tulle since it moves too easily. that's why I just used the roll version and only have to cut the tulle for the length I need. You can give it a try. I'm sure even different shape strips would make the skirt interesting. Have fun with it.
  8. Elaine Zamora

    Fairy Angel gown by Elaine Zamora

    @‌Julia from NorCal. The tulle I used is from the wedding section in Michael's craft store that is sold in a roll that is about 6 inches in width and there are different amount of yards that the roll comes in. I did see a wider width but I thought that might be too thick at the bodice trying to make the knot so I went with the 6 inch width. As for packing the tulle seems to keep the dress stiff like to just wrap up in tissue paper. I used two tissue paper to wrap up the dress. The length of the dress fit just fine with the tissue paper width that I did not have to fold the dress at all. I would suggest that if you have to fold the dress anywhere I would fold it at the waist since the yarn part will not wrinkle as much as the tulle.
  9. Version 1.0.0


    Enjoy. This is using a crocheted bodice and adding a tulle with lining skirt. One of these dresses can be completed in 2 hours or less. The most time consuming part if crocheting the top. After that the rest of the dress is pretty quick.
  10. Version Mar242017


    Children's division monthly requests and challenges.
  11. Version 1.2


    I originally post this with no photos. Sized for a baby up to 1.5 lbs or 24-27 weeks. This version includes photos at some of the major steps. It's a better step by step instructional guide. I added the instructions and the pattern together. The matching pants can be found:
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