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21  Re: Christmas Stocking Swap 3 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by jennyleigh on: November 27, 2007 04:08:59 PM
I'll join the tease-fest!  Here are my items for Puppy_girl prior to packaging and shipping.  There is one item that is discernable, but the rest remain a mystery.   Cool

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22  Re: From My Stash Swap ~ Gallery ~ in The Swap Gallery by jennyleigh on: November 17, 2007 06:48:35 AM
Now for the flipside of this pairing ...

I was so humbled when I received my package yesterday from TwistedRedhead.  Every item is so classy and elegant.  She was so generous and is a very skilled crafter.  I was blessed to have been paired with her, and I would be thrilled to be partnered with her again.

On to craftalicious goodness!

Decoupaged box (which has already found a home in my built-in bookcase):



Handmade cards (the red one is my absolute fav, and I'm glad she wrote on it, so I won't be able to give it to someone else   Wink  )



Origami ornaments, handmade book/journal (she actually made a book!), glass bead earrings (I think she even made the beads) and a beaded star ornament



Everything (excluding pliers) that I need to begin beading (which I had expressed an interest in learning) -- Beads, jump rings, clasps, wire, earring wires, etc. and a beading instruction book



Thank you so much TwistedReadhead!  You were the most amazing swap partner!

On another note ... I have a 50% off today-only coupon from Michaels, and I am going to use it to buy beading pliers.  Yippee!!!
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23  Re: Altoid Tin Theme Swap Round 4 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by jennyleigh on: April 12, 2007 05:38:13 PM
Received my tin from charliebrown today.  She selected my sewing theme, and I now have a pin cushion, felt needle booklet, charms and magnets.  charlie, wherever did you get the graphics for those magnets?  I love them!  I love everything!  Thanks so much!  I hate to tell you it will likely be closer to the mailing deadline before I send to you.



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24  Re: Fill-a-Matchbox SUPPLY Swap R2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by jennyleigh on: April 12, 2007 05:32:34 PM
Have received yummy crafty goodness from my three swap partners:

From jazzybelle:

From clovergrace:



From Frogpuddle:



Thanks, ladies!  I love everything!  Scrapping and cardmaking will be much more exciting with my new bits and pieces!
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25  Re: Not so Kitschy Kitchen Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by jennyleigh on: February 26, 2007 10:44:45 AM
I thought I was going to be first to post my goodies, but superhooker beat me to the punch!

OMG!!!!  Look out swappers, jloveg has set the bar very high.  I received a box chock full of wonderful goodies.  Here is a pic.  (There was so much stuff I cut off part of one item.)



In the box was:

  • Two dishtowels
  • Three dishcloths
  • 15 tasty-looking recipes in a wooden box w/hinged lid (including one for doggie treats -- how thoughtful)
  • Magnetic shopping list and two magnets
  • Towel grips
  • Magnetic clips
  • Set of four measuring spoons
  • Four handmade placemats with matching napkins
  • Three handmade potholders/hotpads
  • Two breadcloths
  • Two bread baskets with rice pillows (to heat and keep bread warm)
  • Placemat size hotpad (this is what got cut off in the bottom of the pic)
  • A jar of garlic powder
  • A jar of Italian seasoning
  • A bottle of Georgia Peach mix (peach syrup for sauces, drinks, etc.)
  • Butter Toffee sunflower seeds
  • A container of bite-sized candy

What a haul!  All the colors are perfect for the house we are currently having built.  I will save these lovelies to be used when we move this summer.

Thanks so much, jloveg!!!!!
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26  Re: Worth Your While Apron Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by jennyleigh on: February 23, 2007 02:19:07 PM
As promised, here is my lov-er-ly apron from IamSusie.  She rocks!

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27  Re: Knifty Knitter? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by jennyleigh on: January 03, 2007 06:50:17 PM
Here is a picture of my completed dishcloth.  I finished it and frogged it two or three times before I was even remotely pleased with the result.



cfbandit, you're right, decreasing looks very stepstone.  I remedied it in two ways:  First, I used the transferred stitch as the wrap stitch each time, and I covered it up with a row of single crochet at the end.
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28  Re: Loom knitted projects - show off your creations in Knitalongs by jennyleigh on: January 03, 2007 06:46:42 PM
Two things -- first, a pair of slipper socks I finished over the weekend:



and a dishcloth I finished this evening.  It's not beautiful, but I made it up myself.  I couldn't find a knifty knitter dishcloth pattern made on the diagonal.  The increases and decreases were a pitb.

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29  Re: Knifty Knitter Socks / Booties Knitalong in Knitalongs by jennyleigh on: January 03, 2007 06:43:40 PM
Here is a pair of slipper socks I finished over the weekend.  They are for my mom, hence the incredibly small size.  I made them from some medium worsted weight that I had lying around.  The cuffs are ribbed.

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30  Re: Knifty Knitter Socks / Booties Knitalong in Knitalongs by jennyleigh on: December 29, 2006 08:37:03 PM
Great job, ladies!  It's fun seeing each person's work.

I finished my first pair of slipper socks tonight, and here is one (I'm not coordinated enough to take pics of both feet from the side):


I made these from a strand of eyelash-type yarn and a strand of knitting worsted.

I started another pair with ribbing at the cuff and with two strands of knitting worsted.  One slipper is finished.
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