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11  Re: 2015 Annual DeStash-Along in Craftalongs by lady4feet on: January 11, 2015 01:47:49 PM
It sounds (and looks) like everyone is being very productive!

trinalocakary ~ your crowns look so fun! I have had the sideways photo problem too.

Always ~ great organizing! The cowl looks very warm.

As I have been sorting I realized I have a lot of fabric things because my dogs have torn but I can't bear to throw anything away so they are all sitting in my craft room instead of the landfill. I decided to make a torn up robe into bath mats to avoid standing on cold tile after the shower. I made two but only took a picture of one. Kind of a boring project but it was nice to get something made. I was going to stencil them but on a test it didn't look good (they're terry cloth) so they are plain for now. Oh look it's Phantom's nose, the dog who tore up the robe  Roll Eyes

I finished a cowl the other day because apparently I think I live in a climate where I need a closet full of pretty cold weather gear and not southwest GA. I rather love it regardless if I will get to wear it more then one day a year. It's made out of some apparel fabric that is fuzzy on one side and a microsuede type material on the other.

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12  Re: 2015 Annual DeStash-Along in Craftalongs by lady4feet on: January 04, 2015 03:49:40 PM
Great projects so far! The pot holders are hilarious. I organized about a quarter or so of my fabric stash the past few days. I saw this idea on Pinterest and have been on a look out for a cheap filing cabinet at the thrift shops for over a year. Imagine my excitement when I saw these filing drawers in my neighbors trash.

I finished the cowl I was working on. I picked the pattern because it was called "3 hour cowl" but it took me well over 3 hours  Roll Eyes I love the colors of the yarn, unfortunately it is just red heart super saver so not the softest to wear.

I am a zookeeper and my main critter is a Bacterian camel named Bogart. So when I saw a adorable camel pattern on ravelry I had to make one. I want to make another one whenever I find my f hook because I am not happy with how loose the stitches are.

Now if I can just stay this motivated for the rest of the year.

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13  Re: 2014 DeStash-Along in Craftalongs by lady4feet on: December 07, 2014 07:43:58 PM
That is a great idea about the clothes pins!

I finished my $5 in Paris sweater http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/5-in-paris this weekend. It was originally this project http://www.ravelry.com/projects/lady4feet/lantern-pullover and it looked awful on me!

It was a very simple pattern and I made so many mistakes. But in my defense I was doing a fair amount of drinking and knitting, two wonderful pasttimes that do not mix well. Despite the mistakes and wishing I would have made it a bit longer I really like it.


A bit truer to color
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14  Re: Fake Swap Craftalong for Swap Junkies!!! 2014 in Craftalongs by lady4feet on: November 23, 2014 05:51:25 PM
Great hoops!

My partner came threw on her TM patches! Set around my geek love theme; two Doctor Who patches, Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy, Goonies, and Harry Potter. And while I have edited this crazy photo three different times it still wont rotate so just tilt your head instead  Wink

(or get a mod to do it since I hate to twist my neck! Grin)
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15  Re: 2014 DeStash-Along in Craftalongs by lady4feet on: November 18, 2014 02:24:41 PM
I have the opposite reaction to holiday themed fabric! I am normally relieved because I always feel like my options are limited on what I can use it on/with.


I decided to tackle the clutter on my counters today and made a paper bag holder. It's just a used flat rate shipping box I cut up and glued some fabric to. Nothing fancy but my counters are clear and I'm happy.

I used up some little bits on some owls, you know those small scraps but we still have to save them Wink

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16  Re: 2014 DeStash-Along in Craftalongs by lady4feet on: November 16, 2014 06:12:53 PM
jfer007 that is awesome about your yarn box!

I finished up a scarf a few days ago. A coworker gave me some leftover yarn earlier this year and I decided to tackle a turtle scarf that had been on my knit list since before I knew how to knit.

It is very short! In fact I am trying to decide if I want to give it some kind of closure because I can't wrap it around my neck.

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17  Re: 2014 DeStash-Along in Craftalongs by lady4feet on: September 28, 2014 02:19:12 PM
Lovely quilt blocks!

bananaleg all your hats are great but I really like the argyle, the colors are perfect.

I am working on a few projects at the moment and just finished one up. I started this necklace with the thought that it would be a "quick and fun" project, was I wrong! I severely underestimated how much time it took to string beads. I was originally going to just put one knot in the center but didn't like it, so instead I braided them together. And the little container the remaining beads fit into.

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18  Re: 2014 DeStash-Along in Craftalongs by lady4feet on: September 08, 2014 06:07:06 PM
Why thank you Smiley

I made a quick and easy infinity scarf out of the rest of my crazy Star Wars fabric, inspired by one I saw on pinterest. I have had a crappy week (yeah it's only Monday but crappy as poop so far) so I needed something to make me smile. I have also been knitting away on a sweater so my two biggest space takers are being tackled!

Pardon the somber face but as I said crappy week and the "smiling" pic I took looked even worse  Undecided

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19  Re: 2014 DeStash-Along in Craftalongs by lady4feet on: September 07, 2014 02:15:53 PM
Everyone's little projects are great! Every little bit helps, at least that's what I keep telling myself lol.

Kookaloo_Starr I love your scrappy curtain! I have thought about doing something similar for my craft room.

I made a little wall hanging for myself for the fake swapalong. The quote is from the Boondock Saints. I have had this project idea floating around in my head for over 2 years so I am happy to finally see it in real life. Everything is handstitched Smiley For the batting I used some sweatshirt material, I only have a few more bits left of it. Yay!

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20  Re: Fake Swap Craftalong for Swap Junkies!!! 2014 in Craftalongs by lady4feet on: September 07, 2014 01:17:25 PM
Kookaloo_Starr I am not a heart person but your quilt blocks look great.

I just received for the fake tv/movie swap! A lovely little wall hanging featuring a quote from The Boondock Saint's. For those of you not familiar with the movie their is a bartender named Doc who has tourette's, always get's proverbs mixed up, and cusses...a lot. Which you would think that it is because of the tourette's but everyone cusses a lot in the movie.

Close up of all the stitching, all by hand and my partner says she is very proud of herself.

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