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1  Re: Pet Lovers Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by kell on: December 31, 2008 05:19:23 PM
I just received an amazing swap box from koolkoala!!!!


The swap stuff for the ratties include a fleece tunnel, a fleece blanket with a picture of cheese sewn on it, and a fleece snuggle sack.


The stuff that I received include a lego-framed mirror (with two rats on it, painted to look like two of mine!), a shrinky-dink magnet, a pin, a door hanger that I think I'll keep for a Christmas-tree ornament.  This also shows two more rat toys, a denim hanging thing, and wood chew toys on fleece strings.


"Peanut butter crunch.  Ingredients: whole wheat flour, low-fat peanut butter, honey, + love."


And Pictures of the rats enjoying themselves with their new toys:






Thank you soooooo much koolkoala!!!!
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2  Re: Holiday Cheer Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by kell on: December 10, 2007 10:18:08 PM
My wonderful bf pointed out that the camera should have a mini-USB port, and it would happen to use the same cable as my MP3 player to hook to the computer.   Cheesy  Isn't he grand?

Two lovely homemade cards.


I received these two coasters.  The photo does not do the beautiful colors justice.  The present for the other person is similar coasters, but in "manly" colors for my bf. It is waiting for this weekend to be opened. 


A wonderful bunch of scrap fabric to be put towards a quilt I am going to make.


An ornament consisting of a gingerbread man with a bite out of him.




And as a bonus, a photo of my adorable new rattie I got last night. 
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3  Re: Velcro Pouch Tutorial... Quick and Simple in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by kell on: February 11, 2007 03:12:47 PM
Here's my version.  I didn't have velco, I used a snap, and the messy sewing on the outside was covered with a button.  I used scraps from two different dresses.





It's for my college id,so it's hanging off a keychain by a ribbon I insterted into the side seam.
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4  Re: Chocolate Rose in Valentine's Day by kell on: February 11, 2007 03:05:06 PM
Thank you!!

 
 
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5  lace yarn bag in Crochet: Completed Projects by kell on: January 19, 2007 06:56:31 AM
I made this for my boyfriend's mother for Christmas.  The pattern was from the summer Spin-off magazine, which I received in the adopt-a-college student swap, because I want to learn how to spin (which I will be doing as soon a I get my bf's Valentine present done).  Thanks shoegirl!!



I had to restart it several times, as I kept having to go smaller and smaller with the thread. 

Oh, it's meant to hold a ball of yarn around your wrist while knitting/crochetting instead of it inevitably rolling across the room, as yarn has a tendancy to enjoy doing  Wink


Edited to add:  The blue plastic bag is just to show stitch definition against the white countertop.   And ignore the sink, as the bathroom was the only place bright enough to take a picture, as the stupid flash on my camera doesn't work. 
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6  Re: lupinbunny's awesome invisible stripe scarf in Knitalongs by kell on: December 15, 2006 05:39:01 PM
Mine's finished!!!!



It's too bad the lacey-ness lost most of its definition with the thick, furry yarn. 



The blue is similar to the picture, but the green is a  bright lime green that's much cheerier than in the picture.

And, oh, yeah, it's 78" by 7 1/4".  I started to fringe it, but didn't like how it looked. 
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7  Native American Block in Quilting: Completed Projects by kell on: December 12, 2006 03:39:00 PM
I'm in costume shop at my school.  For a play about Ohio, we each got one-fifth of the state to represent the five stories they were telling.

I did a Native American block.  It's a coyote with wings.  The sun took nearly the whole semester to do.




They also needed a second one, but I didn't have time to do such a complicated sun.  But it still turned out well.



Edited to add: Please ignore the odd yellow thread lying across the block....
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8  Re: Bias binding as trim-any secrets? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by kell on: October 30, 2006 09:17:40 PM
Since that made  absolutely no sense:

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9  Colorful Homecoming Dress in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by kell on: October 09, 2006 11:34:23 AM
Inspired by the tie-dyed prom dress  http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=116563.0 and using the lolita dress tutorial http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=77268.0 (which was insanely helpful, as I couldn't find a pattern I liked that actually fit me) I made my dress for homecoming.  Please excuse the crappy pics, as we used a cheap disposable camera and there was no light in the gym. 







It's sad that the best picture of the dress is one of my bum, and that I am making an incredibly weird face in it.  Of course my boyfriend took that picture without telling me. Sigh. 
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10  Re: Adopt A College Student Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by kell on: October 02, 2006 02:40:05 PM
I just got the most amazing package  from shoegirl!  Thank you so much!!!!



For the first picture, we have some crochet  patterns, Spin-off magazine (as I really want to learn to spin), The Sheep Reporter (as I'd really like some sheep as well Wink ), two skeins of Knit Picks Dancing (such a gorgeous multi-colored yarn), and even a skein of HAND-SPUN!!!!  (so lovely and soft, by Inhope off etsy.com). 

And as if that isn't enough, there's still more!!



All sorts of goodies in this picture.  Goldfish crackers, Skittles, Kool-Aide, Easy-Mac, hot chocolate, and a Hersey's bar.

And also a third picture's worth of stuff!!!!



A wash-cloth she crocheted, a Roger's State University pencil (her alma mater), a set of crystallite crochet hooks, an Arwen bookmark, a spool of glow in the dark embroidery thread, and a Tide-to-go pen. 

Wow, I am still very amazed at the awesomeness of this box.  Thank you soooo much!!!!
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