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 on: Today at 10:43:54 PM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by midkiffsjoy
Oh Mistress Jennie, I hope your wrist heals QUICK!!!  I HATE wrist braces!!!!  Sad

Fatewineroses, You know, I have no idea yet.  I was thinking about it, because I want to build boxes for the second half of the yard so we can have them for the fall garden, then it started raining and we've been stuck inside so I haven't gotten to get back to it yet.  Well blah. 

Since I was inside anyway, I got these done.

Class/Challenge/House Pride: Detention in the Dungeon: August Challenge
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Mountain Pillow
Brief Description: I saw a pillow shaped like a mountian while scrolling through Pinterest.  The girls squealed KWAII and it was added to my to do list.  There are lots of "how to"s on the internet, but as always I just looked at it and tried to make it.  My adhd makes me impatient like that.  Taking a long time to do something can oft times be physically painful.  I think it turned out pretty well, if not exactly how I wanted it to.  The girls love it.  They've been "moving mountians" all afternoon.  Smiley
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Quidditch Cup: Chaser
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: 3 Baby Mountian Pillows
Brief Description: Between AnnoyingBigSister deciding she needed mountian pillows, and the girls wanting to play catch with them, it was decided I needed to sew them a few tiny mountian pillows.  So here they are....  I want to make it very clear, I sewed straight lines.  I did not sew arches.  But that's the way they became as I stuffed them.  I believe if I HAD sewn slight arches, leaning towards the outside, they may have looked for straight when I sewed them.  Learn something every day.  Today, this was my thing.
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 on: Today at 10:22:54 PM 
Started by LovelyMiss - Last post by storerboughtcreations
Prompt: Zap #3
Team: Digital
Medal Event: Yarnology
Bonus Points: Community, engineering
Project Name: Snowman ornament
Project Link: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=450048.0
Brief Description: You may remember this picture because Roler posted the collaboration we're working on with xmas ornaments. I wrote up a pattern for this little guy, and you can download it for free on Ravelry. Here's the link: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/snowman-ornament-17
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Prompt: Zap #4
Team: Digital
Medal Event: Yarnology
Bonus Points:
Project Name: Wreath ornament
Project Link: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=450048.0
Brief Description: I had my hubby pick up some 2" plastic rings today. He got me two packages, which gave me a total of 10 rings. I used every single one. I made two of five different designs. Here's one of the designs. I'll post one more below, but the rest you can see in the community post.
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Prompt: Zap #5
Team: Digital
Medal Event: Yarnology
Bonus Points:
Project Name: Reindeer ornament
Project Link: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=450048.0
Brief Description: This is actually the ornament that prompted me to ask my hubby to pick up the rings. I thought it was just too cute! All of the ornaments I made with the rings tonight took me less than 15 minutes each to make. They go super fast.
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 on: Today at 10:14:39 PM 
Started by storerboughtcreations - Last post by storerboughtcreations
I have been on an ornament kick lately. I figure it's better to start working on Christmas too early rather than too late. I finished 10 of these ornaments in less than 2 hours. They work up fast and are super cute! I found all of the patterns for free on Ravelry. I used Boye 2" hoops found at Michael's near the crochet hooks.

I actually made two of every ornament, but I'm only picturing one of each here.











All the the ornaments pictured above were made tonight. The penguin and snowman listed below with patterns I made in the last week or two. The rest I made over the last year or longer.




Here's the pattern I wrote for this one:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/snowman-ornament-17


Here's the pattern I wrote for this one:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/penguin-ornament-4


Here's the pattern I wrote for this one:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/christmas-tree-ornament-20


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 on: Today at 09:41:26 PM 
Started by jillybeans - Last post by Krafty_Karasu
breathing a HUGE sigh of relief right now.  kartiana's card had me stressing big time.  I had an idea in my head when I chose my theme, but then I came to the realization that no, I actually can't draw.  Undecided  but after looking around on the web for a few hours, I found something I could do.  I think my card turned out pretty cute considering I had only 2.5in x 3.5in to work with compared to a party invitation.  Smiley  in fact, I like it so much, I made a sturdier pattern so I could make more; I also plan to make a Teesha Moore patch with this pattern.  Grin

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 on: Today at 08:50:03 PM 
Started by audio - Last post by andilites
I think I'm finished, this has been so fun and inspiring. Thinking of some extras before I get packaged to mail. Yay!!


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 on: Today at 08:34:21 PM 
Started by Wildfyre - Last post by stellato_escuro
I have been really behind sharing pics too! BUT Aurora has been having a grand time.


Mid July, her and I went to Tippet Rise, a new place where sculpture has been installed on a working ranch. You can do walking tours, bus tours or attend live musical performances. We hiked nearly seven miles together, then listened to a non-traditional percussion performance that it turned out two of my friends were part of. Here, she is pictured taking in an Alexander Calder sculpture.


On the way home, we got food at a summer must-stop, the Fort Rockvale Quick Stop. She stopped and talked to the resident bears and than we shared jalapeno poppers and a huckleberry shake.


During MontanaFair, I did a live paint. She came along to supervise the setup.


Last week, we also took a trip to my home state of South Dakota. On the way, we stopped in Deadwood at Chubby Chipmunk. They have the BEST, massive, luster-dust covered chocolates. I sadly did not realize the pic turned out so blurry. Sad



Of course, we had to stop at Wall Drug. For the food and jackalopes.


Through a change of plans, we also ended up at my favorite clothing shop in the whole world.

Thankfully, now that school has started, I think everything is going to calm down a bit. We still have some fun cool things to go do, but (hopefully) I will be better at posting pics in the home stretch. Smiley

 7 
 on: Today at 08:13:50 PM 
Started by SonjaBoo - Last post by Belladune
I'll probably kick myself in the butt if they get over it in a week....  lol

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 on: Today at 08:12:55 PM 
Started by underthemountain - Last post by Belladune
If you haven't received mine yet, and don't want to see, don't click here. And maybe avoid page 1 of the gallery....  I've added the images, because I'm impatient to share process. lol   

I'm still waiting on 4... I hope they do that rotating strike thing... At least I'll get my cards sooner rather than later that way.

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 on: Today at 08:04:20 PM 
Started by alwaysinmyroom - Last post by kbrison
Thanks, Youpidou! Now that I've taken the classes and know how to make them I'll be trying my hand at creating my own designs. I'm in the Happy Mail Swap that just started so I think I may find a use for those techniques sooner rather than later.  Grin

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 on: Today at 07:49:43 PM 
Started by SonjaBoo - Last post by SonjaBoo
Welcome back noooo! So glad you are here! Cheesy

Belladune, I'm so sorry -- we will miss you in this round! We will definitely do another round -- hopefully the Canadian postal situation will be resolved quickly!

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