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11  Re: Frida's Flowers CAL-FREE Ravelry Pattern in Crochetalongs by alwaysinmyroom on: August 05, 2016 10:36:36 AM
Here is my block #6. I loved how this one turned out. 5 more of these to go...and yeah, I am doing the blocks out of order depending on my mood, but I do find doing all the blocks of one pattern is faster, but kinda boring...

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12  Re: Frida's Flowers CAL-FREE Ravelry Pattern in Crochetalongs by alwaysinmyroom on: July 27, 2016 06:32:41 AM
Block #3!  Once I got the hang of it, it went pretty quickly.  I think I am going to finish the other 3 blocks of this same design while I have it memorized!



I think I am going to switch out the purpley plum for a more fuschia colored yarn.  I like the pinker look of the original. 

I'll save this block for another project.
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13  Re: Dr Who Scarf in Knitting: Completed Projects by alwaysinmyroom on: July 20, 2016 10:09:54 AM
I am SO GLAD that I am NOT the only one who made one of these scarves that turned out crazy long!

I wonder what is up with these patterns that are written so wrong? Huh

The original scarf is suppose to be between 14-16 feet long...the original was knit using size 7 needles...there are all sorts of blogs and things about how to get your scarf "certified"...they check the colors, number of rows, measure it, etc.  I did mine for fun so I really was not into that...I do know I followed the pattern exactly and got the colors in order.  Not sure if I might have missed a row count or not, but, bleh...never again!
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14  Re: 50 Projects 2016---Busy Hands are Happy Hands! in Craftalongs by alwaysinmyroom on: July 20, 2016 06:38:26 AM
Your yarn is quite lovely!

I am really impressed with your knit hat!

I have been knitting like crazy...made three hats and a shrug.  Working on another crochet shawl.  Just have to take pics when it cools down a bit.

Here are the TM patches I made for a swap:

Tons of tiny stitches around the little bees...



The lace is from an old vintage nightgown.



I bleached and painted the background fabric on the Yoda. I basically found a picture of Yoda, cut out a felt piece and started stitching. He is my favorite!



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15  Re: Yet Another TM Patch Swap- R7! Gallery in The Swap Gallery by alwaysinmyroom on: July 19, 2016 07:00:01 PM
Glad you like your patches, jkaywiz!  I enjoyed making them.  I love Star Wars and am so glad you had that on your list of themes!

Here are the pics turned around.  And, I also included the vintage one.



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16  Re: Yet Another TM Patch Swap- R7! Gallery in The Swap Gallery by alwaysinmyroom on: July 18, 2016 06:44:50 AM
I love those badges and can see them on your fabulous jacket, RA!!

Here are my fabulous badges from jkaywiz!

I have been wanting to make a scrapbook of all of my fun notes and odd things about the Dr. Who series that I have been watching since I was a kid!  I can't believe it is still around...I have a small collection of TM patches on my Dr. Who theme, so I was delighted to receive two more!!!

Here is the famous Sonic screwdriver...with a perfect quote from one of my favorite episodes... Grin.



I am working on a Dr. Who quilt.  It is an embroidered quilt with free patterns from fandominstitches.com.  Jkaywiz found a perfect pattern to make me this Weeping Angel!  The stitches are perfect!



Finally, in my theme of black cats (because I have two bad ass black toms..)  My hubby wants this one, but he can't have it...



Thank you so much for these fabulous patches!
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17  Re: EPP Hexie Fabric Swap? in New Swap Theme Ideas by alwaysinmyroom on: July 08, 2016 07:54:06 AM
The tinest hexie template I have is about 1/4"...

I think a few finished hexies with templates and stitching left inside would be great, but for me, I just want a variety of fabrics to make them with...I dream of making a quilt just to see all of the fabrics...a scrappy hexie!
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18  Re: Crafting for ME along! in Craftalongs by alwaysinmyroom on: July 07, 2016 09:12:34 AM


I thought of a certain person when I saw this cup... Grin

I now want to make all the WEIRD things! ha ha
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19  Re: 2016 QuiltAlong, now with prizes! in Quilting: Discussion and Questions by alwaysinmyroom on: July 07, 2016 09:04:09 AM
They can be any size...I do 2-1/2 , but mostly 1-1/2 inch hexies...

I made this notebook cover for a swap in Canada...using 2 and 1 inch hexies...I like small projects that I know I can get done!

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20  Re: A little lace goes a long way... in Knitting: Completed Projects by alwaysinmyroom on: July 07, 2016 06:08:41 AM
I'm floored that you knitted not one, but TWO stunning shawls in four days! That's coo coo for Cocoa Puffs. Love the colors, especially the first. It reminds me of Ernie's sweater.

lol I knit continental, so it is really quick...I have no patience so if I don't finish quickly, it will linger in a bag for years!  Thank you...and yes...ha ha it is very similar to Ernie's sweater...

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