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1  Re: Friendship Bracelet Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Criddy on: April 23, 2010 05:30:53 AM
Yay I got my first bracelet today and I just LOVE it. Even my Fiance loved it and wanted to steal it from me lol. It was great to get mail that wasn't a bill as well Cheesy

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2  Re: Friendship Bracelet Swap (Sign-ups: March 2-16)(Send Outs: April 16) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Criddy on: March 29, 2010 04:07:14 PM
Oh I have made friendship bracelets with metallic thread before. I love it but it turns out very stiff if that's the only kind you use. So can be good for some thing's though.

As for keeping all the threads neat and tidy this is how mine is orginised.

It's all in a little metal "suitcase" so I can hold scissors, a tape measure, my finished bracelets, and all the threads that wont fit into the plastic organiser on the bobbins are warped up in the plastic bag on the left so they wont get all messy.

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3  Hexagon Baby Blanket. in Crochet: Completed Projects by Criddy on: March 05, 2010 06:19:30 AM
This blanket is 2 years old now. It was the very first thing that I crocheted and I'm still so pleased with how it turned out. It was made for my Fiances first Niece, and is now being used by his second one, who is in the picture. I'm so very happy with the fact that it has held up this well and I hope that it will continue to be passed around in the family.
It took me forever to make, and even longer to weave in all those damn tails!!! You can't really see it in the pictures, but the outer layer is done in a variegated wool, that has most of the colours of the blanket in it.
Anyway here it is with the lovely Jennifer modeling Smiley

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4  Re: First ever quilt. in Quilting: Completed Projects by Criddy on: February 04, 2010 06:25:08 PM
Well I finally finished the quilt yay. I just added a layer of nice snugly fleece to the back with no batting as it's going to Queensland and it's quite warm there. I quilted it in the ditch, and kinda messed it up a little in the back, but I'm still happy with how it turned out over all.

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5  First ever quilt top. in Quilting: Completed Projects by Criddy on: December 29, 2009 04:36:57 AM
Hi everyone, I love this site and have been looking through all the quilts here for ages wanting to learn how to quilt. I finally decided to try (also decided to make an account here to) and I am making a quilt for my Fiance's sister who is about to have her first child.
Here it is, please if you see any major mistakes (there are a few small ones that I found) or have any criticism feel free to comment. I find that the best way to get better Smiley

I also have some leftover material from this quilt that I'm thinking of making into a quilted cushion. But I want a different but easy pattern. Any idea's on what might look nice with those materials?

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