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51  Felt Food Craziness in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by audrey1999 on: March 25, 2008 02:51:26 PM
All right, I have jumped on the felt food bandwagon.  I was inspired by this post:http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=222947.0
 
I made a big breakfast with pancakes, toast, eggs, and bacon!



Who wants a Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Sandwich?

You aren't hungry for breakfast?  How about a sandwich?  Feel free to grab whatever you would like.  There is bread, lunch meat, cheddar and swiss cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, onions, and pickles.
 

How about a BLT?

Or a bologna sandwich?


There is also a cheese quesadilla if you are still hungry.


I also have salad with tomatoes and carrots, if you would prefer that!


For dinner, cheese ravioli with sauce is always good!


Making felt food is way too much fun!
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52  Re: Lap Quilts for All Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by audrey1999 on: March 24, 2008 04:42:45 PM
I finished a block for lukenlarry today!



My corners didn't meet up quite as well as I had hoped, but I like it.  The pattern is old snowflake from quilterscache. 
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53  Re: Postage Stamp Quilt Squares Swap! in The Swap Gallery by audrey1999 on: March 13, 2008 05:24:30 PM
I received awesome squares today form maezen and curlygirl!  These are both fantastic.

Here are the ones from maezen:


Here are the ones from curlygirl:


Please notice the white fluff in the corner of the above picture.  It took me forever to take these because this kept happening;


first on curlygirl's above and then to maezen's.

Then she tried to pick them up and rearrange them...

Pumkinbear: One can never have too much craftster good karma Grin
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54  Re: Postage Stamp Quilt Squares Swap! in The Swap Gallery by audrey1999 on: March 11, 2008 05:17:23 PM
I received more squares today from pumpkinbear!  Here they are!:



Thanks for the compliment PlumCrafty! Grin

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55  Re: Postage Stamp Quilt Squares Swap! in The Swap Gallery by audrey1999 on: March 10, 2008 05:07:43 PM
Thanks for posting those links athenamat!  I want to start on my postage stamp quilt as soon as I get squares, but I want it to be ordered. 
I am currently working on this:

(This is 16 squares of 16 yo yo's sewn together out of the 200? squares I will eventually have.  I didn't want to pull them all out of the closet.  This is the past month's work! Smiley Each started as a 3 3/4 across circle. I am at 150 of the 4x4 squares and counting...)
It is completely random, which I love, but I don't want two quilts like that...  If someone figures out how to start a rainbow quilt without having all the squares please post!  I don't mind repeats.
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56  Re: Lap Quilts for All Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by audrey1999 on: March 09, 2008 05:58:42 PM
I love my block athenamat!  That is awesome.  I made another block testing a technique from my fabric yesterday. 




I also made a block for BertaBerta today!  It is a little scrappy.  It looks a little wonky in the picture, but I promise it is 12.5 square! Smiley




I love that block you did for Lukenlarry BertaBerta!  That is awesome.
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57  Re: Beautiful Use Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by audrey1999 on: March 08, 2008 08:32:27 AM
I received from Rakechan!  She sent an awesome package.  I love it! Get ready to be jealous!  Here is how it looked as it arrived in its box:


 Here is everything laid out together.

She mailed me two grocery bags with naughty and nice painted on them.  This way I can sort the "naughty" and the "nice" groceries from each other.  He he! Love it!


I also got an awesome journal that she made. 


It has a pencil and paintbrush embroidered on the front.  Here is the inside:


I also received a paintbrush roll that she made to store my paintbrushes in.  It has a tube of paint on the front that she embroidered.  I am going to load up my paintbrushes in it today. 


Here it is opened up with one paintbrush added:


There is even more stuff!  I also received a selection of teas and a beauseful teaspoon.  I am so excited about trying the teas.


While I am drinking my tea and writing in my new journal, I can munch on my English sweets.  She sent me some organic dark chocolate with pecans (yummy!), organic dark chocolate with dragon ginger, and Brighton Rock Candy! 


Wait, wait there is one more item!  I was sick at the beginning of this swap and so she sent me some hot crystallized ginger in a lovely little jar I can use for other things later.  I have never had crystallized ginger before, but it is delicious!


I had an awesome swap partner!  I love everything Rakechan!  I can not wait for you to get my package.  Yours arrived in one week all the way from England to Colorado.  That is very impressive of the Royal Mail.  I hope you like yours as much as I love mine! Smiley
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58  Re: Postage Stamp Quilt Squares Swap! in The Swap Gallery by audrey1999 on: March 08, 2008 08:08:30 AM
Here are the squares I received from athenamat:



The hedgehog fabric is my favorite!

Today 3/14 I received from Ezri_B!  Check out this awesome package of squares!

I have decided to copy you arwena and post all my squares together!  So more will be added here that occur later on in the post.

Today, St. Patrick's Day, I received from three people!

Here are the wonderful squares from arwena:

I love the assortment of pinks and blues!
I received these from littlehajerika:

My favorite is the red with doggie paws!
These I received from klum 78:

I really like the variety of pinks from Klum 78 too!  Would you believe that I own the pink vertical stripe fabric?  It is one of my favorites so I am happy to get more.

Awesome variety!  I can not wait to get started. 

I received squares today 3/20 from Starlawill.  Check them out!
 
I really like the orange batiks and the orange with limes.
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59  Re: Lap Quilts for All Swap USA only (CLOSED) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by audrey1999 on: March 05, 2008 04:13:21 PM
I played around with some of my fabrics this afternoon and tried the disappearing nine patch:

It is pretty bright!  I don't know if this will be my final block or not...  off to try more.
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60  Re: Lap Quilts for All Swap USA only (CLOSED) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by audrey1999 on: March 03, 2008 04:58:33 PM
All right!  Here is the fabric I sent-hope it inspires you in some creative way. Grin


The blue fabric on the left with the purpley, fuschia, navy swirled square on top of it is the same batik/tie dye fabric.  I keep drooling over the batiks every time I go to the store-so I finally submitted.  They are kinda bright; I will probably frame them in black strips when I receive them back.   I sent a 9x11 (approximately-give or take an inch) of each of the six fabrics to do what you will with the blocks.  I don't care if the blocks are modern or traditional.  Make them pretty! or Cool! or oh so modern!  Have fun (as long as I get something back). Smiley
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