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« Reply #10 on: January 28, 2012 08:25:45 AM »

Well, I got started on my second project. Here is the info:

Project #2 -- Baby Carrier

What: Toddler sized MeiTai Baby Carrier
For: my cousin
Fabric from my stash:

  • heavy cotton fabric
  • quilting weight cotton with kangaroo print
  • fleece scraps for strap padding
Additional supplies: --
Things I need to buy: -- (but I bought the kangaroo fabric last year with a baby carrier in mind)
Finished by: Wednesday 02/01
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« Reply #11 on: February 22, 2012 09:15:38 AM »

ok so I am part of the other destash along as well as my large stash of yarn, material and jewelry making supplies I have lots of kits and stuff in bags that I bought for a project and put together. I also need to finish projects. I start things then get bored or just want to start something new. I have crafting ADD I think.

So I shall join with the attempt to clean out my stash some this year. It is over taking my poor room. 

So I shall start with using up Green varigated yarn I bought 6 years ago to make a blanket for my husband. I was no good at guessing how much the blanket would need and ended making a ripple blanket for him a matching one for my daughter, Baby hat, Baby blanket, baby sweater and adult sweater for my mom and I still have 3 large skeins of the stuff. So in an attempt to use this yarn up, I rather like it and it is pretty but I will not let it defeat me. I started making squares with a butterfly loom I just got. I am down to One skien and have made 11 sqares so far. they are like 8 or 9 in squares and I will join them for a blanket.
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« Reply #12 on: February 22, 2012 09:28:01 AM »

Oh yes I also forgot the large amounts of embroidery floss I have.

Also since some of you enjoy sewing found this idea for a swap if you are interested in swaps
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=403499.0
could be a easy way to use up some stash
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