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1  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong - Ostara Term 2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by midkiffsjoy on: March 05, 2017 05:05:18 PM
Class/Challenge/House Pride: Herbology Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Easter Earrings
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Brief Description: I took a pair of dangle earrings that I bought, took the bottom egg off, cut and sanded the hooks off and glued 2g plugs to the bottom eggs.  Now AnnoyingBigSister and I BOTH have matching Easter earrings!
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: History of Magic Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Block Basket weave Stamp
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Brief Description: Growing up on the family ranch I was surrounded by elders who impressed upon me the virtue of Make Do or Do Without.  It was nothing for family members to walk out to the barn, or to the sewing machine or work basket and whip something up.  Whenever there was a need there was a way.  For a long time I piddled but didn't have much confidence in my own abilities.  This changed abruptly when my exhusband disapeared on me.  Suddenly if something was going to get done, it was going to be done by me.  The first project was a goat shed built from angle iron from old bed rails, and cattle panels.  In hindsight it was an easy project, but at the time I was crying as I worked, terrified I was going to screw it up.  So when I saw a square basket weave stamp that's not locally available I pulled out a fence spike and got to work making it myself.  It turned out lovely.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Muggle Studies
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Garden Boxes
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Brief Description: I believe that everyone can and should grow their own food.  Maybe not all of it, but some.  Food is extremely important and less than 50 years ago gardens were common.  Most households had one.  Even apartments can habeas herbs in the windows.  To support this I built two new garden boxes for our family garden.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Potions Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Wicker Basket weave Stamp
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Brief Description: Okay, THIS IS a silly stamp.  Most leather working stamps tend to be very geometric and perfect.  This stamp looks like wicker or besom.  I love how it turned out.  I made it from a fence spike.  I absolutely love it.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Study of Ancient Runes Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Leatherworking Stamp
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Brief Description: I don't have a name for this kind of stamp.  I just saw one and made it.  It's not as nice as the stamp like it that I could have ordered.  It's not perfect, but it works and it has character.   William Wooderson came to Texas and built our ranch in 1834, two years before fighting in the Battle of San Jacinto to free Texas from Mexico.  People, him included, needed lumber so he built the first lumber mill in Walker co.  My family has a long history of making something if they need or want it.  I wanted this stamp, so I made it.  It runs in my family.  It's something I was born to do.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Transfiguration Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Potted roses
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Brief Description: For Valentine's day, Fred bought me a bouquet of roses.  I love roses.  We used to have rose bushes down the fenceline.  I miss that.  So to celebrate Spring I planted the roses Fred gave me to make roses bushes, and they are already putting out new leaves.  Now we'll have rose bushes down the fenceline again.  Cheesy
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2  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong - Ostara Term 2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by midkiffsjoy on: March 05, 2017 04:40:48 PM
Class/Challenge/House Pride: Apparition Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Tool hook
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Brief Description: I have a new old spinning wheel on it's way and I learned from Ms. Darlene's wheel last semester that antique wheels tend to have smaller orifices than modern wheels, so I decided that I need a new orifice hook.  I picked up a silver plated serving hook from a thrift store and spent all morning cutting, grinding, shaping, sanding, and polishing the basic shape.  Then I tried to bend the hook, and it broke.  I tried again, and it broke.  I tried all the way up to the stem and the whole thing just kept breaking off.  I realized this spoon was not going to be an orifice hook.  I cut off the broken end, grinded, shaped, sanded, and polished again, and then bent the shaft wide and made a hook that I can use next to my desk for tools, or down in the barn for halters. 
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Astronomy Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Triangle Leather Stamp
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Brief Description: For Astronomy Class I made a triangle leather stamp from an old rusted fence spike.  I cleaned the spike, then used a drimel to cut the shape, cut the grooves, and sand it.  I used a circular saw with a metal cutting blade to cut the end off the spike.  This is a border tool.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Care of Magical Creatures Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Orifice Hooks
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Brief Description: Even though my first try broke, I still needed an orifice hook, so I dug through my STAINLESS STEEL silverware and found two I thought may be thin enough to make hooks that would fit.  I cut, grinded, shaped, sanded, and polished them and then bent the hooks on their ends.  After I bent the hooks, I did a little more sanding and polishing to clean up the tools marks and now I have two new orifice hooks that I hope will work with my new spinning wheel when it gets here.  While they are not technically silver they are crafted to fit my chosen space.  Smiley
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Defense Against the Dark Arts Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Stamp Block
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Brief Description: When I'm working on a leather stamping project I often use several different stamps.  They get misplaced while I'm working very easily.  I saw a stamp stand on Pintrest that someone made from an old knife block so I picked up a knife block from a thrift store and made one.  There's 3/4" between the holes, which are 5/16".  I drilled piolet holes and then stepped up the hole 3 sizes before drilling the finished size to try to keep from damaging the wood, which still split on me because it's a veneer.  There are holes for 55 stamps, which is more than I currently own.  I expect that using this stand will make it much easier for me to stay alert and aware of my tools where abouts. 
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Divination Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Block Stamp Coaster
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Brief Description: I made this coaster using the new block basket weave tool I made from a fence spike.  It has a repeating pattern that's geometric.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Floo Powder: Jamaica
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Basket weave Coaster
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Brief Description: I stamped this coaster using the very last basket weave tool available for local purchase.  It's an extremely easy tool to line up perfectly.  It was a very relaxing project to practice on.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Flying Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Wicker Stamp Coaster
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Brief Description: I used the Wicker Basket weave stamp that I just made to make this coaster.  I love how it reminds me of besom in that it looks like a bundle of sticks or straw. 
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3  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong - Ostara Term 2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by midkiffsjoy on: February 28, 2017 08:34:55 PM
Class/Challenge/House Pride: Detention in the Dungeon: February
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Valentine Coaster for Netchez
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Brief Description: I made a special Valentine's coaster for Netchez.  I drafted my design from a pattern by Charlie Davenport, sized to fit a coaster.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Headmistress Challenge: Dragon Heartstrings
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Birthday Present for AnnoyingBigSister
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Brief Description: When I read "create something for someone you love" I knew I had to make AnnoyingBigSister's birthday present.  It's a pocket knife and flashlight belt sheath.  I worked it with my I beam tool.  Everytime I use that tool I have to relearn how to use it.  It's very tricky to get right, and very easy to mess up.  I think it turned out okay.  Smiley
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4  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong Yule Term 2016/2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by midkiffsjoy on: January 31, 2017 07:58:34 PM
Class/Challenge/House Pride: Astronomy
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: 6 mends
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Brief Description: To incorporate the number 6 into this project I mended pants 6 times through this semester.
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5  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong Yule Term 2016/2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by midkiffsjoy on: January 17, 2017 04:45:53 PM
I hope you have a very happy birthday, Abbeeroad!!!!


Class/Challenge/House Pride: Magical ME Challenge
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: A knife case for me
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Brief Description: I wanted to try making something else that was more than a coaster.  I'm always borrowing Netchez or Fred's pocket knife.  I had a knife case kit so I decided to make it for me to help me remember to carry my pocket knife.  I didn't like the patterns that came with the kit so I took this pattern from a comb case kit I downloaded online. It turned out I didn't have the right stamps for the pattern, but I was able to improvise with what I had.  I like how it turned out.  I think I did pretty well considering this is only the second time I've done leather carving.  Smiley
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6  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong Yule Term 2016/2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by midkiffsjoy on: January 16, 2017 01:49:04 PM
Class/Challenge/House Pride: Defense Against the Dark Arts (DADA)
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Red Christmas Skirts for the Girls
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Brief Description: I made skirts for the little girls for Christmas.  Their red ones took tons of ironing due to the ruffle/color band.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Detention in the Dungeon: December
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: A Ball for the Kids
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Brief Description: In the tale of The Princess and the Frog a spoiled princess accidently drops the golden ball she's been playing with down a well and has to make a deal with an enchanted prince, in the guise of a slimy frog, to go get it.  This weekend we went to Barrington Living History Farm and the kids and I had so much fun playing with the period toys that I made them this leather ball, just like the one in the story.  It's stuffed with waste wool from our own sheep.  Smiley
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Detention in the Dungeon: January
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Blue Christmas Skirts for the Girls
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Brief Description: The girls each picked out two fabrics for their Christmas skirts.  I didn't finish these until January.  Oops.  They were a wip.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Floo Powder: Grimmauld Place
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: A Valentine Coaster
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Brief Description: I got a new stamp and had to try it out, so after some practice I stamped this coaster.  These coaster blanks are new from a different source and they seem to dry out after being cased awfully fast and are slick.  I had a harder time controlling my stamp than I have on other leather.  After stamping the coaster and leaving it overnight to dry, I colored it red and put a coat of spray glitter on it to make it sparkle. Bet you didn't notice the stamp is shaped like an I beam, not a heart.  Smiley
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: History of Magic (HoM)
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: A Case for AnnoyingLittleBrother
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Brief Description: AnnoyingLittleBrother always carries a flashlight, and he's old enough to have his own pocket knife and stop borrowing his Nanna's, so I made him this case with stamps he picked out.  The secret mean being, "Stop losing your flashlight, and stop borrowing other people's pocket knife."
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Philosopher's Stone Challenge
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Socks for Fred
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Brief Description: All my life I've always wanted to knit my family socks.  Because of Fred's prodding I learned how to knit tube socks in the round.  I finally knitted him a pair of jewel tone socks, but he wanted knee socks, almost stockings, and they took FOREVER to knit.  So much longer than 8 hours.  And they're HUGE.  So much bigger than 3x3.  Knitting socks will attain me a kind of short term immortality because it's something that my family will remember about me and will be included in the stories my grandchildren tell their children.  I know this because I let my children play with the doll blanket my Granny knit me and proudly remind them, "GRANNY made this!!!!"
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7  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong Yule Term 2016/2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by midkiffsjoy on: January 05, 2017 08:25:19 PM
I am having HELL posting this tonight.  Let's try again.....  *headesk*

Class/Challenge/House Pride: Tree Challenge Series: Bells
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Basket weave Coaster
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Brief Description: I tooled a basket weave pattern onto this coaster.  I edged it with a beveled tool, and then the decorative edge with a camouflage tool, became I don't have a mule foot tool. 
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Tree Challenge Series: Candles
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Fred's Coaster
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Brief Description: On this coaster I used the initial stamps for the first time.  I also used the pear shaped shader for the first time.  I edged it with a beveler, and then did putter edge with the camouflage tool (because I was scared of trying something different and screwing it up).
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Tree Challenge Series: Fake Snow
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: AnnoyingLittleBrother's Bracelet
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Brief Description: I tooled this bracelet for AnnoyingLittleBrother using a purchased bracelet blank.  The pattern is made by offsetting a basket weave tool.  It's tricky.  There was just enough room to do an edge with a beveler.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Tree Challenge Series: Garland
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Christmas Tree Ornament
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Brief Description: This is another one of those patterns that would have been much easier if I had a mule foot tool.  Instead I used a veiner.  I used three tools for this ornament, a veiner, a seeder, and a star stamp.  It was all done free hand, except for the edge where I did draw out a border guide.  Because I cut this coaster from bulk leather, instead of using a coaster blank, I beveled the edge myself.  I need a beveler.  Rofl  It's inspired by the pine and cedar trees that are the only green in the pastures during Winter. 
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Tree Challenge Series: Tree Skirt
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Carved Leather Coaster
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Brief Description: For this project I made a carved leather coaster.  Carving leather is completely different than stamping out a pattern.  It's completely nerve wracking.  I transferred the pattern onto the leather, carved the pattern out line with a quick carve knife, then worked the pattern with all of my tools.  I need more tools.  The mule foot tool should come with the standard set.  It's called for on all the patterns.  We've ordered one, but it hasn't gotten here yet.  This coaster scared me so much I had to take recovery time and knit.  Lol
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8  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong Yule Term 2016/2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by midkiffsjoy on: January 02, 2017 09:50:12 PM
Class/Challenge/House Pride: Care of Magical Creatures ( CoMC )
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: 2 Custom Orifice Hooks
Brief Description: The spinning wheel I've been working on has a very small orifice.  A standard orifice hook just won't fit, so I made two custom orifice hooks to use with it.  I made two because orifice hooks are one of those things fairies love to walk off with so when one gets misplaced there's a second so the lady can keep spinning.  Smiley  I made them from two vintage spoons I found on a thrift jaunt in a local town.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Divination Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Spinning Wheel Brought Back to Life
Brief Description: Last January a friend asked me to take a look at a friend's spinning wheel.  I told her no, because I KNEW I would not be able to get it done in a timely manner because the farm keeps me too busy.  Then she asked again.  And again. And again and again and again and again and again until she wore me down and I said I'd look at it just to get her to stop asking me.  The nice lady the wheel belonged to said if I fixed her wheel, she had a second wheel that I could have to fix up for my friend's daughter, and since I owe my friend a huge debt I brought all the pieces home to get working on it.  Which I managed to do in small sleep deprived bursts over the past year.  Well, I finally managed to get it finished.  I'd never touched a double drive spinning wheel before.  I'm in love.  Her antique wheel, with its tiny lace orifice, makes my professionally built, single drive, spinning wheel look like a piece of garbage.  No screws to work out while spinning.  No screw to come loose and let the treddle bar flop off.  Just nice, smooth, gentle spinning with a muted, rythmic clack.  Like knitting needles, or loom heddles.  Music. 
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Floo Powder: Tree House
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Project Bag
Brief Description: Project bags are AWESOME!!!!  They are perfect for throwing yarn, toys, or what not into and taking off, all independent like, into the great wide world!!!!  I sewed this project bag for a friend of a friend's daughter who likes bright colors to go along with the spinning wheel I just rebuilt for her.  It has brightly colored Llamas in hats.  It holds a TON of roving, bats, misc fiber, with an inside pocket to hold bits and bobs, and a boxed bottom so it stands up on its own.  My FIRST ever project bag!!!!! Smiley
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9  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong Yule Term 2016/2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by midkiffsjoy on: December 31, 2016 09:40:27 PM
Class/Challenge/House Pride: Headmistress Challenge: Post Owl Challenge
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Socks for my BFF
Project Page Link (if available): http://www.bhg.com/crafts/knitting/kidswear/two-knock-out-socks-you-can-knit/
Brief Description: I knitted these socks for my bff.  I have to mail them to her because she lives in San Antonio.  I concede that I have not been using "sock yarn", but whatever yarn we have on hand or catches our fancy.  These socks were a hateful nightmare that thwarted me at every turn.  I still finished them with no mistakes  (that I know of).
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10  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong Yule Term 2016/2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by midkiffsjoy on: December 20, 2016 11:42:42 PM
Class/Challenge/House Pride: Charms Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: AnnoyingBabySister's  Socks
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Brief Description: I've been learning to knit tube socks for my family.  This is the pair I knitted for AnnoyingBabySister.  I learned that there really is such a thing as "sock yarn", and some yarn just doesn't have the necessary stretch for making socks.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Detention in the Dungeon: October
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Wildlife Christmas Tree
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Brief Description: First off, it's really hard to craft a project without knowing what you're doing.  But, I accidentally managed.  Last semester I made an apple tree to feed the deer in the woods, but something kept stealing all the apples without setting off the deer cams.  They took pictures of crows, pigs, rabbits, a coon, and even a snake, but when it came to the apples one picture they'd all be there and the next they were all gone.  Well that was just too creepy.  I tried tying a apple by a string and it was ripped off without triggering the deer cam.  So, at Netchez's suggestion, I drilled holes in the apples and we tied lengths of paracord through them and I hung them from the tree.  When I stood back I realized I had accidentally crafted a really awesome Christmas tree for the wildlife in our woods.  
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Detention in the Dungeon: November
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Predator proof chicken tractor
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Brief Description: After making the pig shelter from pallets I started on one for my chickens.  It wound up looking like one of those iron clad submarines from the civil war, but nothings getting through that to them, which is awesome because we've already had a large cat sighting. Took me weeks to finish it hence it's my wip.  Smiley
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Flying Class
House:  Hufflepuff
Project Name: Washouse Window
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Brief Description: I've been trying to patch up an old outbuilding so we can put the freezer it in like when I was a kid.  I boarded up two of the three windows and needed to trim out the third window, but I've been putting it off.  It wasn't a straight forward trim job, the frame had to be built out.  I put it off, and put it off, then on my birthday I woke up and the sun was shining after over a week of rain.  I vaulted out of the house and attacked the project with gusto.  I got half of it done, then the next day had no energy.  All the dust I'd breathed in had wore me out. I'm allergic to dust, which makes haying season a nightmare.  I still managed to get a bit done on it.  The third day I finished the window, but not before I put up the door header and the boards for shelves above the door and window.  Rofl.  Cause sometimes the path from a to b swings by z.  
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Herbology Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Youpon Tea
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Brief Description: ALL MY LIFE I've been told that the waxy leaf tree with red berries is deathly poisonous.  Well, it turns out it's the Youpon tree, The ONLY native caffeinated plant in North America, and our farm is COVERED in it.  The leaves make tea.  The leaves from the female tree, identified by its bright red berries, make the best tea.  The girls and I set out with a Halloween bucket, those things are so useful, and picked leaves from female Youpon trees, brought them home, and roasted them.  For a coffee substitute, it tastes a lot like tea.  
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Muggle Studies Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Hanging Drying Rack
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Brief Description: Netchez has wanted one of those hanging, Amish built, drying racks for a while now.  Recently we were watching Shaun the Sheep, and the farmer had one in front of his fireplace.  I had to build one.  Just as I was slipping to sleep my brain slipped out of the box and an alternative design hit me.  For several years I've had a discarded crib in the back barn.  It had been AnnoyingBigSister's crib, but when I lent it to my sister, she broke it.  She wanted to throw it away but I knew I could use it to build SOMETHING.  And so it sat.  I took the two long sides, trimmed the ends, and screwed them together using brackets I salvaged from another project.  I added 4 eye bolts, and dog chain to hang it from the ceiling.  It holds more than the drying rack she originally wanted would have held, and we immediately tried it out drying 3 loads of towels.  Smiley Pretty awesome for something that almost got thrown away. *perfect*
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Potions Class
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Socks for ALS...er...I mean ABS.
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Brief Description: With a fire in my belly I picked up a set of double pointed needles and proceeded to knit a pair of socks for AnnoyingLittleSister.....  but they didn't stay little girl size socks for long and wound up being socks for AnnoyingBigSister.  Opps.  The boggart turned into exactly what I feared.  At least I can turn it in for a project. *headesk*
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Study of Ancient Runes ( SoAR)
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Halloweenie Socks
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Brief Description: I had to try making orangie socks for the season.  It's actually hard to find Halloweenie yarn without ordering hand dyed yarn, and while I cried over some, the budget just couldn't swing it.  Luckily I found a hank of orange and black yarn in a local store (Love me a 40% off discount coupon).  I knitted 7" of ribbing and then 8 1/2" of knit stitch.  I knit the first sock in a day, but the second sock took 3 days.  I finished it with a cheer, then realized it didn't match the first one.  I'd screwed up the toe.  I'd forgotten to knit rows between the decrease rows.  Well mumble.  So I frogged the toe and reknit it correctly.  It took discipline but I'm really proud as there isn't a single mistake in this pair of socks.  Smiley
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