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1  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Re: Padded gig bag for a ukulele (piczilla) on: February 02, 2012 03:32:42 PM
this is exactly what i wanna make for my 10 year old daughter! it is so nice when some one does the work for me, and i don't have to re-invent the wheel! thank you! they just started a ukulele club at her school. and she wants to play! (i wanna play too!) i am so excited!
2  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: Jar of Stars Swap- SIGN-UPS CLOSED (Mail by 12/10/11) on: January 07, 2012 01:02:54 PM
Thats alright...just promise you didn't send the cold with the stars Tongue



lol! i didn't, right?!
3  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: Energy Healing - Round 2 (GALLERY) on: January 04, 2012 12:41:12 PM
i am so sorry zombie_queen! you sent such a wonderful package, i should have at least posted pics.

prayer flags! i wanted some so bad!


and these are so perfect!


herbs and bottles and a really cool book!


this pic is giving me problems, i hope it comes out all right.
here is the most awesomest shall ever! i love it so much!


and a close up of the beautiful yarn she spun!


and i am really sorry for sending so late. it has been one thing after another. the new year has been so much better, and so productive. i need it to stay that way! your package is on it's way zombie_queen! i hope you like everything! i love my package!
4  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: Jar of Stars Gallery - send outs extended to 12/13/2011 on: January 03, 2012 09:13:03 AM
here are my beautiful stars from dessadoll!


these are from cabaute! the kids were so impressed by the shrinky dink face! i like the red one the best!


these are from onyxnox. they are wonderful! the beaded one is so amazing!


and these are from seeuudee! my favorite is the little book! my little daughter keeps taking it off the tree, and looking throught it!



thank you everyone!!!!
5  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: Jar of Stars Swap- SIGN-UPS CLOSED (Mail by 12/10/11) on: December 21, 2011 11:48:33 AM
i have been a bad swap partner with communication! i'm sorry. i have had a cold for like 2 weeks, and its not getting better! maybe i should stop saying its just a cold! ok, i have sent all 5 packages! ansd i will post pics of what i have recieved, when i get home tonight!!!!
6  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: Energy Healing - Round 2 (Send by 12/01/11) on: December 02, 2011 09:36:27 AM
when you have 4 kids and they dont get sick all at once, then they get sick one after another. we have been taking turns getting sick, for like 2 weeks! my little dd, has a high fever, which she never gets : ( and i have 3 crafts faire/events this weekend! so i will be sending late. mid next week.


and....happy birthday zombie queen!!!!!!!!!!!!
7  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: Old Fashioned Romantic swap (SIGNUP 11/25/11-12/16/11; MAIL BY 01/24/12). on: November 26, 2011 09:44:08 PM
this sounds great!
8  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Apple Peel Jelly on: November 24, 2011 06:53:09 PM
i took my solution to 225* and it did not set up  Sad
what did i do wrong HuhHuhCry
9  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Apple Peel Jelly on: November 23, 2011 09:31:24 PM
Thanks for this recipe. We made 31 jars of this with "waste" from two bushels of Gold Rush apples, last week. I noticed that someone (Keeperox) was talking about not getting to 220 degrees, and thought I might explain how this works.

Water boils at 212 degrees (at sea level--lower temp at higher elevations). Boiling water is exactly as hot as its boiling point; below that, it stops boiling; above that, it gives off very hot and energetic steam which maintains the temp at exactly boiling--no hotter. So water will NEVER rise to more than 212 degrees on the stovetop. (Read on)

But when you dissolve stuff (sugar, pectin, or anything else) in water, the boiling point of the *solution* rises, depending on the _concentration_ , say, ounces of sugar per quart, of the solution.  So maybe 2 cups of sugar in a quart of "juice" will raise its boiling point to 213 or 214. (Keep going)

If you added enough sugar to bring the boiling point to 220 (don't do this), you would have gritty sludge. But fortunately  Cool there is another way to raise the concentration, while making a nice, smooth jelly. (Guess what it is!)

As you continue to boil your very sweet juice (2 cups of sugar in a quart), part of the water boils away, as steam. So very gradually, the temperature rises, as the boiling point rises. As the steam is driven off, there is less water, but no less sugar, pectin, flavor, lemon juice, food coloring, cinnamon, etc. So the concentration is increasing and the boiling point increases, too.

When your jelly is done, the temperature of the jelly is 220, and the boiling point of the solution has risen to 220 degrees. Don't exceed that temperature or allow it to cook at that temperature for too long, or your jelly will get too stiff -- like gummy bears (it will still taste great).

With a quart of "juice", it might take an hour or more to get to the 220 degrees. Make a small enough batch that there is no possibility of boil-over in your pan. Let it cook by itself on medium heat. There is really no point in stirring it continuously. When your temperature gets to 218 (it will be there for quite a while) start checking it every five minutes. 218 is not 220; 219 is not 220. Be patient.

When you take the jelly off the heat, you need to get it into jars within 5-10 minutes, so it doesn't gel in the pan, too much.

If the jelly gets too stiff, you can add it to the next batch you make. You may have to add some water. If it's not stiff enough, you can put it back into the pan and boil it some more (keep looking for the 220).

The magic is that 220 degrees is the boiling point of the ideally concentrated solution that will become jelly as it cools.

thank you for this great explaination!!!! i get it now. just pealed and cored 16 c of apples, for pies. off to make jelly!


thanks for this great recipe  Grin
10  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: Jar of Stars Swap- SIGN-UPS CLOSED (Mail by 12/10/11) on: November 17, 2011 06:28:06 PM
so excited for partners!!!
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