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1  Re: Spring Nerd Battles 2015 --March 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015-- ~*Join Anytime!*~ in Craftalongs by gozer on: May 19, 2015 01:09:55 PM
 Count me in for the project dumping! Though mine won't be as long or as impressive.  Undecided

Prompt: May - Mob
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Snap Pouch
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Brief Description: Being organized and having a place for all my little doodads and hair bands and different store cards will really help me out on the go!
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Prompt: May - Tricycle
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Three Compartment Snap Pouch
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Brief Description: These handy little pouches have three separate compartments for organizing your goodies. Three.  Wink
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Prompt: May - Rocket
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Snap Pouch
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Brief Description: Dear me, What do we have here? Another snap pouch. Sorry guys. I am making these to put gifts in for Christmas.  Tongue This one is already carrying a necklace, two pairs of earrings and a gift card.
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Here's a pic of all three so you know I am not trying to pass off the gray ones twice.  Wink


Prompt: May - Glider
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: ATC's
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Brief Description: ATC's are a breeze and relaxing to do. I used Copics and for the first time used Copic Blending Paper on these two. I don't think either of the recipients are on here so I will just show them. Oh! And the one is a bird boy so I am sure he would enjoy the breeze. 
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Prompt: May - On Foot
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Learning to Crochet
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Brief Description: I really hope this counts because it took me about two and a half hours to do. I took a class at Michaels to learn to crochet. No one showed up to teach the first class, then a month later when we finally were able to schedule they were doing inventory so we had to do it in the back where the lights were on timers and it kept going out on us. Then the instructor didn't have the pattern, and finally told us we needed to come back to learn how to finish it. Yeah, and pay another $25. I don't think so.
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Prompt: April - Tea Time
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Peanut Butter no bake yummies
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Brief Description: I made these for my Mom out of a kit. I don't cook at all so this was pretty impressive to her. Plus it tasted good.
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2  Re: Spring Nerd Battles 2015 --March 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015-- ~*Join Anytime!*~ in Craftalongs by gozer on: May 01, 2015 11:17:28 AM
Prompt: May - Battle - Trains
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Steampunk Pendants
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Brief Description: I made these pendants in an attempt to create something steampunk-ish in honor of my favorite Engineer Henry Davis, who streamlined the Steam Engine. Steam punk...steam engine...trains. I was also inspired by Bunny1Kenobi who likes Steampunk but I am not positive on her feelings for trains. The inside light greenish layer glows in the dark.  Wink Oh, and I was determined to do something that wasn't sewn or drawn this month.  Grin
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3  Re: Spring Nerd Battles 2015 --March 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015-- ~*Join Anytime!*~ in Craftalongs by gozer on: April 27, 2015 06:54:45 PM
Prompt: April Union Jack
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Cat Butt Tote
Project Link: (if available)
Brief Description: The straps make for a bold line to me! I needed a small bag to bring some stuff to the gym. Sorry this pic is so fuzzy. My cats are crawling all over me wanting their treats early.  Tongue  I decided to use only stash fabric and I find this fabric so funny. Notice the cat butt. Hilarious! Oh, and those are pockets, so it has six pockets on the bag, great for organizing.
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4  Re: Spring Nerd Battles 2015 --March 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015-- ~*Join Anytime!*~ in Craftalongs by gozer on: April 26, 2015 03:57:31 PM
Prompt: April - Downton Abbey
Team: Wordy!!
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Project Name: Multi pocket coin purse
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Brief Description: The Brits used to throw lavish parties for the royalty and the wealthy. This fabric shows a beautifully regal couple. I used a new pattern for this. The pattern was "eh". Not enough instructions and some of the instructions where misleading. This was the second one I made. I have wanted those snap pliers forever so this was a perfect excuse to get them. I plan to make a couple more for Christmas so I can just throw gift card in them for the older teens.
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5  Re: Spring Nerd Battles 2015 --March 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015-- ~*Join Anytime!*~ in Craftalongs by gozer on: April 23, 2015 05:59:33 AM
 
Prompt: April Mob - British thing or person
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Frank Tote Purse
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Brief Description:  Sorry Team Wordy. I have been so lazy this month. I worked my butt off (not literally cas I still seem to have a ton back there) at the start to finish up my Research Project and then I just started working on the yard and cleaning, you know, wasting time I should have spent crafting.  Tongue Last night I got back in gear and finished up my Mob Challenge. Mary Shelley, the writer of Frankenstein, was British. Both sides are the same image. I had everything but the straps done the first week of the month and then it just sat there. Roll Eyes I am back in the swing now and will be working on more prompts this weekend.
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6  Re: Spring Nerd Battles 2015 --March 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015-- ~*Join Anytime!*~ in Craftalongs by gozer on: April 14, 2015 05:58:56 AM
 I have been so busy and rushing around. I will comment on all the projects in a bit but I wanted to go ahead and throw a couple in the ring too. I haven't posted any for the month yet and it's already the 14th. Wow. Okay, here goes.

Prompt: Battle - Dr Who
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Dr Who Scrappy scarf
Project Link: (if available)
Brief Description: I had to go with Dr Who. I know nothing about Sherlock except for the old books. Unless we are talking about where Jude Law played Dr. Watson I am out of the loop. BUT I do like Dr Who. I haven't watch too many but I find them entertaining. I bought some fabric squares to make 5 of these so I have enough left for three more. The first one was a raffle prize and has already been sent out in case someone sees this and thinks I already turned it in once before. Different scarf, same fabrics.
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Prompt:  April - Queen English
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Whimsical Birdhouses
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Brief Description: My Mom retired two years ago so we like to do little art projects together when we get the time. She was an art teacher at an elementary school so she is really creative. We do the wine and designs as little mindless fluffy fun. I am filling up my laundry room wall with the work we do together there. It's fun and carefree. The laundry room out my house leads out to my garden. Which reminds me of "The Secret Garden" which is British Literature.  Wink  Oh! and it's signed Ted because that is my families nickname for me. My Dad really wanted a boy. LOL!
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Research Project Name: 5 Scrappy Scarves
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Link: (if available)
Brief Description: I have been patch working away on these. This time I tried a couple new things. First was the random patch working instead of the blocking I had been doing. I found some random patch worked pieces in my Grandmothers stash that I inherited and pieced a couple of them together into a scarf and that's when I decided to try the random method myself. I think it worked well for the monsters fabric. Second I tried the invisible thread on the top so the seem would not show. That worked great on all of them except the Monster one. For some reason when I got to that one my tensioner got all out of whack and would NOT do it. Huh I was stopping every 3 inches fixing it. In the end I redid the entire top of it in black. Still the tension wasn't quite right but I managed to finish it. I have no idea what went wrong. No idea.
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Randomly patched scarves


Unicorns!


 and my problem child.... monsters.

 I need to make at least two more of this style because I know my friend will like it.
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7   First Ever painted Quilt for Dad (pic heavy) in Quilting: Completed Projects by gozer on: April 01, 2015 07:31:31 AM
 My Dad is the hardest man on Earth to shop for. Every Christmas the entire family freaks out and complains about it. Last year I decided to make him a quilt since he always says he is cold. At the time I had no idea what I was getting into. I had never quilted anything successfully before.
 I wanted to make it personal for him so each block was either something about him or a family member. Problem was, I couldn't find exactly what I wanted. I had the hardest time getting just the right fabrics. I had no idea a simple beagle or Chihuahua was going to be a headache to find. In the end I decided to paint the squares that I couldn't find. Also, a non cartoon alien or bigfoot is nearly impossible to find too.  Tongue
 
Another impossibility is getting a picture of my Dad that his dog isn't photobombing. LOL!
 Here is a pic without the boarder done yet.

Here is a shot of some of the individual squares I painted


 and here are some shots of the individual blocks.
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My sisters block had her dog and The Wizard of Oz on it.

And here are blocks of his beloved dog and the cat




 I know it is a super simple design but for my first quilt I was completely overwhelmed.  Tongue I had no idea it was going to be so much work and I was on a deadline for Christmas. I am happy to say I got it done. Sorry for taking so long to post up!
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8  Cloud Light in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by gozer on: April 01, 2015 07:05:26 AM
 I have been on this huge kick since my divorce on redecorating my house and making it mine, finally.  Wink I wanted to add some whim and quirkiness to it. I have an extra room now that I am hoping to turn into a multifunctional office/guest room/reading room. I have seen these on Pinterest for a while but I thought that they looked hard to make. Not sure why. Huh It was super easy. I have to admit it looks a lot better in a photograph than it does in person. With the lights on it just looks like a big piece of fluff hanging there. Undecided I was thinking if I made a couple more and had some other things around it (hot air balloon, birds, etc) it would look better.
 Here is my little cloud hanging in the shower for now. I have to decide where I want to hang it up....

 and here it is all lit up. I used tiny LED lights and I am thinking of getting one that flashes to give it more of a storm cloud feel.



 I took a bunch of dark shots because it was turning and each angle looked a bit different to me.
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9  Re: Spring Nerd Battles 2015 --March 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015-- ~*Join Anytime!*~ in Craftalongs by gozer on: March 29, 2015 09:35:07 AM
Prompt: March Tecky 2K
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: (include which bonus points you think you've earned, e.g., Giver, Engineering, UFO)
Project Name: Storm Cloud light
Project Link: (if available)
Brief Description: I have seen these on the internet and decided I really wanted to try it and give some whim to my craftroom. It's Tecky because I found the instructions on the web and it uses tiny LED lights. I thought it turned out okay, but just okay. I am going to experiment fluffing out some parts of it and tweaking it here and there.  
 I hung it up in the bathroom to get a good dark short. Sorry. I took a bunch of shots because every angle looks different. I used three of the lights that stay on but I am thinking of getting one that flickers to give it a rainstorm feel to it.  
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10  Re: Spring Nerd Battles 2015 --March 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015-- ~*Join Anytime!*~ in Craftalongs by gozer on: March 26, 2015 06:33:56 AM
Prompt: Battle - Past
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: 1968 Shirt
Project Link: (if available)
Brief Description: Not so long ago in the past my bestie was born.  Grin I think we all know who this is by now. LOL! I made this for her birthday that is not to far away. Her stenciled shirts are way better than mine but I try.  Wink  The shirt is more of a corral than as pink as it looks on my screen. I finger painted the stencil on to give it a worn out, vintage feel.
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Prompt: 60's Flower Child
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Book page roses
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Brief Description: I have always loved paper and wooden flowers. I found this tutorial on line and when we switched offices my co-worker gave me his old Dictionary and Thesaurus. I knew I had to try these. The backs are not that pretty but I think the fronts turned out nice. I want to make some more where you use distressing ink on the tips of the petals. That will be my next set. Originally I wanted to make a wreath but my sister bought me one so now I am thinking of making a centerpiece that my cat won't eat.
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Prompt: 80's Fashionista
Team: Wordy!!
Bonus Points: -0-
Project Name: Librocubicularist Shirt
Project Link: (if available)
Brief Description: This is me. I read in bed, know I shouldn't but oh well.  Tongue I drew out the design of the book on the pillow myself so hopefully everyone can tell what it is. The shirt is more oatmeal colored than white but I think the flash drained the color. There is a close up of the stencil so you can see the book drawing better. Hopefully it sets a little more when I wash it. This is a clothing item. They wore shirts in the 80's.  Wink
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