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« Reply #3190 on: April 13, 2011 06:12:56 AM »

My partner has received so I can finally count one of the projects that has been I've finished.  
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« Reply #3191 on: April 13, 2011 06:44:36 AM »

Love the little apple scrubber...it would also make a cute decorative pot holder! Cheesy  Thanks for the link!

Sheepblue--wow fantasitc TM bag!  Perfect for Ms. Button Queen, TSM! Smiley

As I was dusting off my computer screen for the 100th time, I was thinking of making some sort of cover!  What a great idea!  I think I might make something for the keyboard as well...I ruin so many keyboards with food, drink and general messiness!

waggonswest...so lovely...I will need to go look at the individual thread for details!

The needle roll looks great--lovely colors...I like how you can fit them to whatever you want!  I will confess that I dumped my holder and went back to my old ways of throwing all of my needles into an oatmeal box that I will someday trick out with a project I saw here last year!

Dawntree--aren't those scarves fun?  I have been collecting yarns from various people to make another one for myself...it does take a lot of variety and patience!

katara--how exciting for you to be in two challenges!  I will go read about them as well..

Great job everyone!  Glad to see lots of projects for yourself!! ha ha I might be done with the March challenge at the same time the April challenge is done!  I think I will extend April to the end of April to help me catch up...so far behind due to a lot of things (tax season, mostly!)...

Love to see the projects and add to my list...I have lots to post this weekend!
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« Reply #3192 on: April 13, 2011 07:56:00 AM »

A2JC4life - I love the apple bag!! It's so cute! May I ask where you found the pattern?

Well, it's not a bag; it's a dish scrubber, and it's only about the size of my palm.  But it's a free pattern from the Lion yarn site.  Here: apple scrubber pattern


Well it's a very pretty dish scrubber!! I really like it - think I might have a go at morphing it into a purse!

waggonswest - Love the different techniques you used in making the slime mold quilt!! It looks fantastic!
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« Reply #3193 on: April 13, 2011 12:12:54 PM »

This is lovely!
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« Reply #3194 on: April 13, 2011 06:45:23 PM »

The slime mold quilt rocks!  I worked with a kiddo in a grade school who made a tape worm out of sculpy for her science teacher as a goodbye gift when she graduated 8th grade . . . Your quilt made me think of her and smile!

I finished the market bag I was working on for 2 or 3 weeks.  It did not come out quite like I had hoped (I think I miscounted the rounds that provide the depth) but it stretches well and will be good for produce or canned goods.  It is pictured here alone and with the contents of my cabinet -- imperfect but all mine Wink.





Also, I have finished 6 out of the at least 20 dishcloths on my list . . . I took the pic now because I give them away as thank you and birthday gifts and had to give the ones on the left with the striped ribbon to a friend this afternoon.



Rock on all!
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« Reply #3195 on: April 13, 2011 07:31:34 PM »

I love the market bag! I've had one on my list for a while now...okay not my list list but my mental list Smiley
I made one of my sils a set of cloth napkins...I never thought about how much of a pain all those straight edges would be! Not to mention the fact that my fat quarters were not cut straight to begin with! Grrr! But they are done and they have pretty mitered corners, and I shall show them to you all when I get a computer back Sad
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« Reply #3196 on: April 14, 2011 03:59:55 AM »

In the last eight days, I've finished some swap crafts, (which you can scope out at my ravelry page if you aren't my partner Tongue) and not a lot much of anything else. I just spent half an hour catching up on ten pages of this thread, because somewhere along the line I didn't click an email, so I've had no notifications for that whole time. And it did not dramatically improve the amount of crafting/anything else I got done, so I'm going to stop blaming Craftster for having no time.

I still have so many things on my April mini list that aren't for me, that I think I will make myself some easy peanut butter fudge. Right now. (So I can eat the lion's share before the kids wake up in the morning)

Everyone's things from the last ten pages look fabulous. Especially Sheep's TM bag - where do you get all those whimsies? I'd join a swap to get some, but I don't have any to swap in the first place!
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« Reply #3197 on: April 14, 2011 04:22:11 AM »

Everyone's things from the last ten pages look fabulous. Especially Sheep's TM bag - where do you get all those whimsies? I'd join a swap to get some, but I don't have any to swap in the first place!

Aww thanks! To be honest I've been hoarding for a long time and am finally making my self put some of those awesome kickass whimsies to use.
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« Reply #3198 on: April 14, 2011 04:36:33 AM »

Fudgy Buttons are in the fridge setting! I feel it was far too easy to be marking as one of my 50 projects, but it was for me, so I hope it still counts for the April challenge? I am starting to get all panicked up at where the month has gone - I have so much to do before May still! Less typing, more crafting now. I'll try to post photos of my fudge when it has set, if I remember before I eat it all. It only made 32 30 pieces after all!  Cheesy

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« Reply #3199 on: April 14, 2011 04:44:48 AM »

I love market bags like that! I have a giant one that comes in really handy with awkward large packages when I go to the PO. Great job!

Got another two things off my list.

34. attempt sewing something with a pattern Fin 4/14

This is a pattern I drafted myself for my fiber class based off the shape of a guitar. It's not perfect but that's kinda my style lol. Embracing the imperfections as design details.



35. make another hoop (bigger size) for my hoopla wall Fin 4/14

And I finally finished mounting one of my favorite embroidery samples into one of my larger hoops.



There will definitely be more to come in the future. I have a couple of personal swaps in the works so I'll be waiting for my partners to receive their stuff.

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