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21  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: OWS Round 113, 114 & 115 Gallery & Discussion on: June 06, 2015 01:06:19 PM
rscowtown-your crafty space has so much to drool over!  Your fabric stash is pretty impressive too.  Also, is that a little angler fish hanging in the 2nd picture?  I love angler fish!

Swap wise-anyone interesting in knitting books, circular knitting needles or a bunch of crochet hooks?  If so put them on your list and I'll claim you for some.  I just can't send over seas at the moment though. I know I mentioned this before, but I don't remember if anyone replied to it or not.
22  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: OWS Round 113, 114 & 115 Gallery & Discussion on: June 03, 2015 07:47:42 AM
Stainedmushroom-it was very hard to get all that yarn in the package-very very hard.   Cheesy

Oh-love that mushroom hoopla! 

Tim Tams-I keep hearing others talk about how good those are.  I might have to buy some at the grocery store next grocery day.  We have a grocery store here that has an isle of different snacks from around the work.  Usually I just buy the Asian candies.  But, I have seen some Tim Tams in the isle.  I thought they were in a green wrapper though-mint maybe?  I'll have to double check.

I signed up for round 115 yesterday.  I'll probably wait and claim later this month though.  I have some current projects that I want to finish up first.  But, we all know theres a lack of will power in this swap-so I know if I wander over to the claim thread I will be tempted to claim right away.  LOL.
23  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: OWS Round 113, 114 & 115 Gallery & Discussion on: June 02, 2015 08:47:03 AM
Thanks for sharing your crafting area LFP! but who is that adorable little one sitting by the closet?

That little darling is my pug Buddha.  He likes to photo bomb. Cheesy 
24  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: OWS Round 113, 114 & 115 Gallery & Discussion on: June 01, 2015 06:38:54 PM
Alright, my turn to share a photo of my craft area.  I am pretty excited to share my crafty nook because in our old place I had to cram my stuff in one of those 'mini' closets.  Plus, my clothes where in there.  So I basically only had room for a tote of supplies.  Now though, I have a whole lovely closet!  I love it very much.  Okay now....its one of those closets that has 2 sliding doors so we'll do the left side first.

My $5.00 yard sale cubby filled with yarn.  The little square baskets are filled with left over yarn scraps.  Im going to use it all to make scrappy afghans this year.  Notice one scrappy afghan in the center cubby that I already started. Cheesy  The top shelf in the closest shows my fabric.  And you can see half of my little embroidery machine.  That little beauty is an oldie so its not the best but, it was only $20 at a yard sale and its very fun to use.   Cheesy

This picture here is the right side of the closet.  The top shelf shows the other half of my embroidery machine.  And you can see my sewing machine.  Which I acquired in a round of OWS many years ago.   Cheesy  I forgot who sent it though-but, if your reading this I just want to say the machine is still running like a champ.  The long hanging cubby holder contains a plethera of knitting/crochet notions.  As well as embroidery stuff, felt, cross stitch fabric other random notions.  The hanging bags beside it each contain a WIP.  One of which is the kiddos WIP.  The colored bins are empty, theyre just stacked there waiting to be used.  The two totes under it contain some faux fur pieces and the hubby/kiddos paints, drawing things as well as our laminator printer paper, tape, glue and other bits and bobs. 

I didnt take a picture of my book shelf because it mainly consists of my harry potter, Percy Jackson and other books like that.  But, the bottom shelf has my craft books and a big binder full of patterns that I printed off of Ravelry.  I usually sit on the couch and craft or in the floor.  But, we have a small table that we use for home school.  I sometimes craft at it and the hubby and kiddo will draw and paint at it.  Anyways....thats my craft nook in our house. 
25  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: OWS Round 113, 114 & 115 Gallery & Discussion on: June 01, 2015 11:20:16 AM
What pretty mug rugs.  I'm amazed at appliqued (is that what its called?) quilts and mug rugs.  How on earth do people manage to make such neat pictures/designs like that?  Do they cut the shapes and glue them on or what?  I think I need to just bit the bullet and learn.  Time to do Craftster research!  Cheesy
26  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: OWS Round 113, 114 & 115 Gallery & Discussion on: May 31, 2015 02:19:43 PM
Oh!  How fun to see peoples crafty spaces in their homes.  I'll play along! Now.....to just find my camera charger so I can charge it and take pictures.  I'll have to look for it later though because I'm in the middle of a knitting project that I want to get done this week first.
27  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: OWS Round 113, 114 & 115 Gallery & Discussion on: May 30, 2015 02:14:01 PM
My husband and I were planning on moving but we just signed papers to build a house instead!  I'm already planning the new craft room...

Congrats on building a house.  Once its done, you must share pictures of your new craft room! 
28  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: OWS Round 113 & 114 Gallery & Discussion (April 2015) on: May 27, 2015 01:37:05 PM
I received a pug-tastic package from rscowtown today.  Even with all our flooding the package remained safe and dry at my doorstep.  I received not one or two, but THREE pug wall art pieces and together they spell PUG.  Isnt that neat?  I would of never of thought of something like this.  These lovely pieces will be hung above my corkboard.  Its the perfect spot Grin  Thank you rscowtown!

29  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: OWS Round 113 & 114 Gallery & Discussion (April 2015) on: May 27, 2015 09:57:34 AM
Thanks for posting my faux fur photo due to my laptop issues.  I'm back in action now though.  So, now its time to caught up on everything I have missed.  And for anyone interested.  The faux fur is super soft and lovely and will be used to make little monster stuffies.   Cheesy
30  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: Geezers Alive and Kicking, Round 6 - gallery on: May 15, 2015 08:38:12 PM
Oh my goodness-that afghan.  I too am a crocheter, so I am just thinking about all the time and different stitches that went into making that.  I know I would of spent hours counting my stitches to make sure I had the correct stitch count at the end of every row.  Is the pattern on Ravelry?  I dont know if I would have the patience to make one, but if i had the pattern I would surely give it a try.   
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