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 on: Today at 04:12:06 PM 
Started by BigBangMomma - Last post by BigBangMomma
I had made several pairs of squares from an afghan book and decided to make them into a small bag. Instead of adding a strap, I made it a small organizer bag. It's about 9" squared. I'm pretty excited because it's my first time with lining a bag, and with using magnetic closutes, or actually any closure like that. Next time, I'll add my closure a little lower so u can sew it in above and below it, but I am super pleased with my first try.

Thanks for looking!

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 on: Today at 04:03:39 PM 
Started by sushipanda - Last post by sushipanda

I'm dying to finish my puzzle.  Is anyone interested in another round of the altered puzzle pieces swap?  I won't be able to organize, but I'm hoping someone can step up to the plate. Cheesy

 on: Today at 03:50:24 PM 
Started by bunny1kenobi - Last post by bunny1kenobi
I saw a dress made of t-shirts on pinterest. I'm more of a maxi skirt girl, so I gave my version a shot:

One of the shirts had trim across the bottom and I decided I liked it. I think I like it on the skirt, as well, but I think that I will stitch it more securely to the blue section of the skirt.

 on: Today at 03:45:53 PM 
Started by alwaysinmyroom - Last post by bunny1kenobi
I've been busy today!  I made some projects for a swap that I can't post yet, but I also sewed this up, too! 

I really love maxi skirts, they are so comfy!  My kids ask me why I'm dressed up - they don't understand that I'm just dressing for comfort.  Wink

 on: Today at 03:16:11 PM 
Started by LovelyMiss - Last post by bunny1kenobi
Beautiful photos, calliemae! I'm partial to sepia, too.

I'm crafting up a storm today!

Prompt:  July User's Manual
Team: Wordy!!
Event: Fabricology
Bonus Points:
Project Name: Color block maxi skirt
Project Link: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/56224695323075985/
Brief Description: I saw this dress on pinterest and wanted to try my own version, as a maxi skirt.  I think it turned out pretty well!  I'll be wearing it to church tomorrow.  Seriously, I would live in maxi skirts most of the time if I had more of them.  I refer to them as crotchless yoga pants.  It's all about comfort, right?  Wink
Project Picture:

 on: Today at 02:30:46 PM 
Started by mama24boyz - Last post by LadybugsAndBumblebees

I first have to apologize to ActsofCraftiness for my not contacting her sooner to let her know that I received this wonderful claim, or to post photos.  We had training last week at a place that's about 40 miles away from my home and it was just so tiring, all I did when I got home was eat and sleep.

But as you can see, the claim is AWESOME!  She sent some butterfly bunting, butterfly cutouts, and butterfly & dot confetti for my DD's upcoming Bat Mitzvah in June!  I LOVE IT!  Thank you so very much!

(I'm sorry the photo came out crooked, I'm not sure why it did.)

 on: Today at 02:27:28 PM 
Started by kosmicgirl - Last post by cmarion3
Oddacity you are on a roll. I love the jelly fish! In fact all the cards are so much fun.

I received from oddacity the sweetest card for my moon and stars theme. It has layers of tissue paper for stars and moon. I love it. I think this one will hang from my new shelf!

 on: Today at 02:22:45 PM 
Started by cmarion3 - Last post by cmarion3
I made this little bird and bird nest for a Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine Wired/Mixed-Media Assemblage reader challenge. Whew. I have been working on this for several months, it just would not come together, but with the deadline looming (Sept. 5th) I finally finished and photographed it. Finalists will be posted on the 12th!

The wire bird nest is constructed of salvaged wire from wire-bound manuals, cherry wood sticks, raffia and strung beads. It is lined with milk weed pod silk and three tiny wire wrapped egg-jewels snuggle inside. Mama bird is hand-stitched from hand-made paper fabric with bent wire legs. Overall size is about 4x4x6 inch.

 on: Today at 02:15:55 PM 
Started by jillybeans - Last post by kosmicgirl
Finally had time to update the thread... whew! You guys have been busy Smiley

I'm sorry the updates are so rare lately... we had to renovate our workspace rather unexpectedly since all our fancy shelves decided to fall down tearing wallpaper and large chunks of wall down with them, and right now, large parts of our apartment feel something like this:

(not my actual room - mine looks even worse!)

I will have even less time the upcoming months, and have been thinking of handing over the torch in October. I'll host September's swap, but someone will have to take over after that. We'll be traveling again almost the whole month, and I don't think I'll be able to keep up. If anyone feels like stepping up, just send me a pm!

 on: Today at 02:07:09 PM 
Started by rantyhippie - Last post by rantyhippie
I purchased a box of vintage yarn on ebay last year. In it were these whole skeins of virgin wool from the 70s and some ugly stinky yarn. I was determined to put it all to good use so I set out to make an afghan. It was a complete pain in the butt. No matter how much febreeze I spray it smells odd, the yarn was all different weights, and the wool kept breaking every few stitches. I don't know what I am going to do with this thing but here it is:

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