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41  Re: 50 Projects 2014--Let's continue the craftiness! in Craftalongs by kbrison on: December 26, 2013 10:39:58 AM
January - 6
February - 20
March - 18
April - 9
May - 19
June - 17
July - 8
August - 11
September
October
November
December
Total for year - 109/50 Yeah! I made it with 8 months still to go!

DESTASH PROJECTS
Fingerless gloves for Dialysis unit
4 pairs - Finished 2/18/2014
Another 4 pairs of fingerless gloves - Finished 2/28/14
Yet another set of gloves - Finished 3/2/14

Blanket for new great-great nephew
Wallet for niece #3
Tea wallet for DD#1
Plumeria soap Finished 1/2/14

Vanilla-herbal soap Finished 1/2/14
Blue/gray stocking cap Finished 1/5/14

Claudia scarf in fine black yarn
Scarf strips for Starbucks Bothwell Street Big Knit for Kidney Kids Scotland:
2 strips - Finished 3/16/14

4 multi-color miniature crocheted pouches - Finished 5/14

1 gold miniature crocheted pouch - Finished 6/20/14

2nd gold pouch - Finished 7/3/14
3rd gold pouch and 2 lavendar and gray pouches - Finished 7/31/14

4 - Market bags for friend's farmers' market booth - Finished 06/27/14

Gift tag set - Finished 7/7/14

2 beaded bracelets - Finished 8/3/14

2 beaded garden whimseys - Finished 8/3/14

Set of notecards for myself (fake crafted notecards swap) - Finished 8/14


SWAP PROJECTS
Quilt Blocks Swap #5:
1 set of 3 Sloth's Braid quilt blocks for AIMR - Finished 2/2014

Set of 6 Log-like blocks for Melladh - Finished 3/16/14

Set of 3 Celtic Twist blocks for carolmb - Finished 3/5/14

Set of 3 Dresden Plate blocks for Carolmb - Finished 3/14

Set of 3 Celtic twist blocks for Danynn - Finished 3/14

Set of 3 Circle of Geese blocks for Sloth003 - Finished 3/14

Set of 3 Hexing Around blocks for Donniesgirl - Finished 3/14

Box of Sunshine Swap: hoopla, mini-scrapbook, journal, Post-It notepad cover, sunflower pincushion, crocheted pineapple magnets, paperclip bookmark, magnetic ribbon place marker, plant pokes, sun magnet, hand carved sun stamp - Finished 2/14/2014

3 Mors-style bags and tissue holders for the Sweat Shoppe Swap - Finished 4/6/14

Use What You Have Swap (All are destashing projects)
1 quilted pouch - Finished 4/29/14
3 Infinity scarves - Finished 5/16/14

1 tiny crocheted pouch - Finished 5/14/14
1 Set of 6 ocean-themed notecards - Finished 5/15/14

1 Portable Ocean Box - Finished 5/7/14
10 Minute Swap
4 crackers/poppers - Finished 5/14
2 surprise balls - Finished 5/14
Decaled letter 'A' - Finished 5/14

2 lace and flower barrettes - Finished 5/14
2 miniature, magnetic picture frames - Finished 5/14
1 vintage handkerchief pouch - Finished 5/14
1 pocket tissue holder - Finished 5/14

1 small journal - Finished 5/14
1 bunny hoopla - Finished 5/14

1 vintage Christmas wall decoration


Twinchie Needlework Swap
1 bookmark with petit point work - Finished 6/20/14

Crafted Notecards Swap - Finished 8/8/14
Cards for Onyxnox

Cards for Gala_Apples

Cards for kfad

Cards for Ale 0059

Quilt Block Swap #6
Sloth003
AIMR - set of 3 Garden Fence blocks

Sparkledust
Stellou
Carolmb - set of 3 Road to Oklahoma blocks

Melladh
Cursive_Queen
Emisaurus
Homerof2


WIPs
Denim potholders Finished 1/3/14

Golden snitch potholders for DD#2
Crocheted Batman mask for Jarron
Barbie doll clothes:
2 crocheted housecoats - Finished 2/15/2014

Bog coat
Note cards:
Set of 4 Cup of Warmth - Finished 1/28/14

Star coasters
Retro coasters
Strawberry pincushions
Diaper covers
Zebra booties
Horse wallet for great-niece #2
4 Starfish washcloths - Finished 1/30/14


NEW CRAFTS FOR WHICH I HAVE SUPPLIES
Needlefelted hedgehog
Glass etching
Quilling
Stamp carving
1 sun stamp - Finished 2/5/2014 for Box of Sunshine Swap
Resin casting
Woodburning

NEW PROJECTS/NEW SUPPLIES
Baby Bok Choy with Mushroom Sauce - Made 4/14

Sauteed brussel sprouts with garlic and lemon - Made 4/14

Dehydrated vegetables (tomatoes, mushrooms, celery, hot peppers) - Made 4/14
Great American Scrapbooking Convention projects - Finished 6/13/14
Flip book (Sponsored by Xyron)

A Gilded Keepsake (Sponsored by Spellbinders)

Handmade Greetings (Sponsored by Spellbinders)

5 double page scrapbook layouts (Kits from Simply Stitched Scrapbooking)

Brandied cherries - Finished 7/8/14
Cherries in vodka - Finished 7/9/14

Fresh Cherry Upside Down Cake - Baked over coals in a Dutch oven 7/12/14


WIP QUILT PROJECTS I'M NOT LIKELY TO FINISH BUT AT LEAST PLAN TO WORK ON
Crumb quilt #1
Crumb quilt #2:
46 - 5 1/2" segments - Finished Jan.-Feb./2014
69 - 5 1/2" segments - Finished March - April/2014 This is more segments than I need, so now I'll start piecing them into blocks.
Blue flannel quilt
Kimono quilt for DD#2 & SIL
Happy Scrappy quilt
Black Strings quilt
Pink flannel baby quilt
Red and white baby quilt
Polka Dot Pinwheels quilt
Weaving the Rails quilt
Picket Fences quilt
Caribbean Breeze quilt
3 - 9 Patch baby quilts
Music quilt for SIL
Disappearing Nine-Patch quilt
Four Patch Ladder quilt
Christmas Raw Edge Circle quilt
Quilters' Choice Star quilt
Quilters' Choice Sampler quilt
Halloween wallhanging
Checkerboard mat
Thistle Bloom quilt

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42  Re: 50 Projects 2013--You Know You Can Do It! Join here and post your lists ! in Craftalongs by kbrison on: December 25, 2013 04:59:30 PM
Now that all our Christmas gifts have been given I can finally post photos of what I've been crafting this past month or so. Yeah!

5 fleece blankets - double-sided for the great nephews, crocheted edging for the little great-great nieces


5 sets of pillowcases - 3 for DD#2, 2 for great-nieces


4 tote bags - 1 full-size for a crochet club friend and 3 miniature ruffled totes for the great-great nieces


4 tutus for the great-great nieces


4 fabric D-ring bracelets for the eldest great-nieces


Jewelry for my daughters, Zalphinian and Bethimusprime


Handmade soaps


Pattern placemarkers made from ribbon and sheet magnets


And the tree skirt I made as part of the Secret Santa Swap


Sorry for the photo bombing, but glad to have them all done!
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43  Re: Secret Santa 2013 Swap Gallery--Opening Weekend this weekend! in The Swap Gallery by kbrison on: December 10, 2013 01:00:43 PM
I just have to share what I did with the awesome Granny Trees.  I crocheted a big string to make them into a bunting! 

 



I almost did that for you but wasn't sure since you had asked for ornaments. Really like the result!
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44  Re: Secret Santa 2013 Swap Gallery--Opening Weekend this weekend! in The Swap Gallery by kbrison on: December 07, 2013 08:16:38 PM
Ice, snow, sleet, school closings, church service cancellations, event postponements, dangerous road conditions, and power outages; that's been our status since Wednesday. Then into all that dreariness comes a new baby girl in the extended family and opening day for the Secret Santa Swap. Life is so, so good!

First, the tempting packages. Love the paper and Ho Ho Ho ribbon. Think they're going into my cardmaking/papercrafting supplies because they're much too cute to toss.


My Secret Santa was courtneykilledit aka Batman.  Cheesy Even though we both crochet, she made me something that I love but would never make for myself. I love receiving amigurumis, but don't like to make them. That's why every one I have was made by someone else on Craftster.  Grin I also collect kangaroos, so this one is totally perfect! He even came decked out in removable Santa togs, so he's going to be part of my holiday decorations this month. Then I'm going to pack the beard and hat away and let him be my desk buddy for the rest of the year. Now to come up with a fitting name for him. Think he deserves a name a little more refined than "Cutie"! He also came with two snowflake ornaments, but you can't see one of them because it's tucked into his pouch.


My hands are always cold and especially so this week with our current weather conditions, so the fingerless gloves I received are perfect for doing things around the house! Courtney used a very soft and shiny yarn that's unfamiliar to me, so I don't know what it's called, but I can say that it's very pretty and I love the tab and button fashion detail.


Thanks so much, courtneykilledit!
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45  Re: 50 Projects 2013--You Know You Can Do It! Join here and post your lists ! in Craftalongs by kbrison on: December 03, 2013 01:17:58 PM
Challenge entry - something warm
Finally finished a baby afghan for my newest great-great niece (due Dec.21). I had to put it on hold for several weeks while I tracked down enough of the right yarn to complete it. It's so, so soft (Bernat Baby Boucle) that I just want to snuggle with it.


Challenge entry - WIP
A fabric basket to hold clippies, headbands, and other small items for great-great niece. I started this last year for another great-great niece but got sidetracked, so I'm glad to have this done and leaving my house!
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46  Re: Paper and Ephemera Swap Round 10 Gallery - Send-out Nov. 18 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by kbrison on: November 14, 2013 11:10:00 PM
Have been up to my eyeballs with 'must finish' type projects since I received from Acadian Driftwood, but want to get photos posted before I get swamped again. Grin Warning: Pic heavy!!! First up are foreign stamps (Russian and Polish?), ribbons, Asian prints, a brass stencil, and miscellaneous items.

Then seaweed, complete with their scientific nomenclature that Acadian prepared for a college course and a piece of hand-crafted paper. Love the seaweed!!

Next various wildlife photos. I especially like the pandas and the baby penguins.

More wildlife photos, origami papers, and a page from a Beatrix Potter book.

Amazing vintage book pages from Shakespeare, plus ones in French, Spanish, Latin, and what I suspect is German. I have so many ideas for these!

Then some shots of the envelope. My favorite drawings from the front of the mailer.

More great drawings. Like the way Acadian incorporated my love of quilting by using a stippling design around the star.
I've loved doing this swap and having such a talented partner. Thanks, Acadian Driftwood!
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47  Re: 50 Projects 2013--You Know You Can Do It! Join here and post your lists ! in Craftalongs by kbrison on: October 29, 2013 12:11:53 PM
Challenge #2
I made some pillowcases for Christmas gifts. The Asian inspired ones are for DD#2 to go with the kimono quilt I'm still working on for her and my sil. The horses are for one of my great-nieces who is horse crazy.

The fingerless mitts are for my eldest niece.
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48  Re: 12 crafty things for ME along 2013! in Craftalongs by kbrison on: October 29, 2013 11:15:08 AM
Finally got a  pair of fingerless gloves made for my poor cold hands!
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49  Fingerless gloves project in Crochet: Completed Projects by kbrison on: October 28, 2013 03:19:54 PM
I've made two sets of fingerless gloves this past week, one set for myself, the other set for a niece. Our crochet club is thinking about taking these on as a project for dialysis patients, so I've been trying out various patterns to see which are easiest for us to do.
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50  Re: 50 Projects 2013--You Know You Can Do It! Join here and post your lists ! in Craftalongs by kbrison on: October 14, 2013 09:35:17 PM
Finished several wips that count for this month's challenge.

Challenge #5 - crafting for charity  I cut out these pillowcases last year and began stitching them, but finally got back to working on them and completing them this month. Their destination is a charity called Conkerr Cancer. It works with children fighting cancer and other life-threatening diseases. The pillowcases are meant to cheer the kids and make their hospital stays a little less frightening. I chose fabrics that were boy friendly or gender neutral, since it seems so many of the pillowcases I've seen have been feminine or more adult in style. These are baseball, hockey, horses, Bugs Bunny, trees, and nursery rhyme themes.


Challenge #7 - wip  I crocheted most of this bag last year, but finally added the handles and ribbon this week.
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