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 11 
 on: June 27, 2016 06:07:27 PM 
Started by alwaysinmyroom - Last post by smileyyogini
Sheepblue that butterfly is gorgeous. What beautiful work!

AIMR those blues are stunning. Ahhh and the bookmarks. You made so many! Good work!

I made a shawl. Its the Sunday Shawl Pattern. I wanted something huge come this fall. I like something to cuddle in when the dogs need to go out. The mornings are so pretty but they start getting really chilly.


 12 
 on: June 27, 2016 05:47:31 PM 
Started by Wizards_Pupil - Last post by smileyyogini
Hi! I received my package from Kyerinn today!

First I found that she went these beautiful felt prayer flags. Thank you! They are so bright and pretty.


And she sent these lovely pieces of jewelry


And she sent me two books that she thought I would enjoy.


I have never heard of these authors. I cant wait to dig in. Thanks very much! Cheesy

 13 
 on: June 27, 2016 05:25:14 PM 
Started by geekgirl1000100 - Last post by curiousfae
I rec'd this great pocket letter from Bec99. It's all about her and the things she loves.

love the ice cream cone ribbon!

each little card is decorated so pretty!

the back with all the goodies!

close up of goodies....my faves are the magnets (the boomerang is so cool)and the beautiful little photo of New Zealand and Australia (where she is from and where she lives) all of which are going up on my fridge now, that ice cream (project life?) card is sparkly and really fun, and tons of die cuts. She spoiled me!
Thanks again bec99!

p.s. tell me more about the little graphic of the girls please! i love it. (bottom pic, upper left corner).

 14 
 on: June 27, 2016 03:54:20 PM 
Started by Helena Puck - Last post by Helena Puck


I forgot to share this cross stitch Wonder Woman I made for my sister-in-law. I found the pattern in a booklet called DC Super Heroes Cross Stitch from Leisure Arts. It was a fun design but the metallic thread was a little touchy. I'm fairly certain I messed up somewhere around the lasso, but I'm not entirely sure. The metallic was supposed to look like the glow around the Lasso of Truth.

 15 
 on: June 27, 2016 02:17:18 PM 
Started by Helena Puck - Last post by Helena Puck


After collecting a little dusk, I finally stitched this Shakespeare cushion kit by Sheena Rogers. I plan on framing it and hanging it in the classroom. It was a really fun and solid stitched design. The design includes all kinds of neat things related to Shakespeare: Hamlet's skull, Romeo and Juliet, the Globe, Stratford upon Avon, a crown, quilts . . . all kinds of fun things.



I made three Lizzie Kate designs: Live, Laugh, and Laugh, stitched on hand-dyed evenweave. I stitched the yellow for myself and the other two for friends. I like having the same designs in our homes. Lizzie Kate designs are fun, quick, and normally contain meaningful and/or inspirational quotes.





I also finished a couple of Dimensions kits: Dream and The Ugly Duckling. These are my favorites. The child's silhouette makes me think of my own little boys. Looking forward to having them both framed and matted.



Rainbow Butterfly - design by Climbing Goat Designs on Etsy
Stitched for the Rainbows for Peace and Comfort quilts for Orlando shooting victims
More information here



I also finished a free kit from The World of Cross Stitching magazine, adorable bunny card kit; however, since I wanted it for my hoopla wall, I stuck this fluffy bunny in a mini hoop.

 16 
 on: June 27, 2016 02:17:10 PM 
Started by kwality570 - Last post by roler
Ludi, your work never ceases to amaze me.  I love all three of those pieces, and they're all so different! Fantastic monsters!

Great variety from pioneer9 too!  The stork-like one looks so dapper in his hat, and I like the star on the pretty blue one!

Awesome stuff from aisy! I like the Bride of Frankenstein stuff, but my favorite are those darling monster wings (and the even more darling model)!

Squee, the monsters on that dishcloth are adorable, Lindyv321!  Very cute tissue case and magnets too!

And now, I just got my package from puzzled-penguin!  It's so great!!
Here's everything:

Not one but TWO hoopla (I am seriously going to have to share some photos of my walls at some point; they have been getting SO MUCH MORE AWESOME this year thanks to awesome craftsters!!), and the fruit pastilles I requested. ;P  Thank you!  I will give them to myself one at a time as rewards for making progress on my massive translation commission!

Here's the first hoopla, a super colorful dragon eating its own tail:

It's in the style of old medieval manuscripts, which I LOVE!!  Awesome ancient monster!

And here's a slightly more modern one, with a complaint he'd like to share:

He's sooooo cute!!  And I feel you, little guy; my last name gets misspelled pretty frequently.

Thank you SO MUCH, puzzled-penguin! Unfortunately I am still running late, but I hope you will like your package as much as I like mine once I finally get it sent off!!

 17 
 on: June 27, 2016 01:57:35 PM 
Started by Helena Puck - Last post by Helena Puck


I recently finished one square of the quilt and banners which will be created for the Orlando shooting victims organized by Timothy and Kyla's  Rainbows for Peace and Comfort facebook group.

The group will be putting together two quilts made for the community and then smaller items for each individual. 

If you join the group, here are the specific guidelines: https://www.facebook.com/notes/1781475678738526/Quilts%20and%20items%20being%20made/1781830525369708/

Whether you want to make one square or a dozen for the Orlando Shooting victims, please join. There are free designs available to use for the quilt on the groups page or you can purchase the $4 Rainbow Butterfly design from Climbing Goat Designs on Etsy.

 18 
 on: June 27, 2016 01:30:00 PM 
Started by gozer - Last post by gozer
 I have been reading a series for a while now. It's not like a normal series of books. It's a Kindle series that comes out every other week for about four months of the year. The name of the series is Love and Decay. I've been reading it for about four years now and absolutely love them. They are quick, fun novellas that I get to enjoy while sitting in my car at lunch.
 In the Favorite Book Swap I got paired with Abbeeroad who also read and enjoyed the series. I think she just finished season 1. The book is about the zombie apocalypse and a girl, Reagan, who end up traveling with a group of brothers with the last name Parker.
 I'm using the pic Abbeeroad took since it is better than mine.  Wink

 I have to make one for myself next.

 19 
 on: June 27, 2016 01:10:11 PM 
Started by Wildfyre - Last post by alwaysinmyroom
It was so much fun in Canada but the bonus was to be part of the Little Visitor's Swap in a small way!  Averia was so careful not to let the little ones get blue all over and told them to stay away from the edges of the cliffs so as not to fall into the canyon!



Sure would not have wanted to go down there to get them!

 20 
 on: June 27, 2016 01:02:42 PM 
Started by Wildfyre - Last post by Averia
Lucky LV getting to go to the Grand Canyon!

Ipo arrived at our house Thursday and I immediately whisked him away for an amazing weekend. He got to go to the Canada Craftster Meet-up. Anna.Wahnsinn's little lovey, Lilith, has been visiting me forever and the two became great friends this weekend.

We spent Saturday at Wulf's utterly amazing workshop. I saved Ipo and Lilith from getting thrown into the Shibori dye.


Enjoying the sea of blue fabric drying in the painting room. Honestly, the workshop is amazing!


We stopped on the way home (with AlwaysInMyRoom) at Letchworth State Park - not quite the grand canyon, but lovely just the same



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