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« Reply #970 on: January 12, 2011 06:46:51 PM »

I love the bobby pins! I just gave up on growing out my bangs, but a week ago I would've been all over those! Smiley
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« Reply #971 on: January 12, 2011 07:00:10 PM »



*tiny sigh*

Adding instead of subtracting....(Although I am 3/4 done with the scarf!

Adding to the Annex:

-- create suitable bail for glass pendant, so that it hangs correctly

-- sew a tiny pouch that can ride on my belt loop/hand sanitizer/carabeaner (sp??) watch that will hold medical gloves so that I have them at hand anyplace in my workplace

-- re-do popped quilting on the quilt my grandma gave me

-- finish afghan for my brother
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« Reply #972 on: January 13, 2011 05:34:55 AM »

I'm adding knit socks to my list.  On the front page of Craftster this morning there was an awesome pair of knitted rainbow socks and I just want so badly to make something like that.  I love them.

Still no school for my students today.  Teacher workday operating on a 2 hour delay.  So joy...  I get to go to work for 5 hours.  It'll take me an hour to get there and an hour to get home again and I still take an hour for lunch..  I'm going there to work for 4 hours.  whoo hoo. Roll Eyes
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« Reply #973 on: January 13, 2011 07:55:47 AM »

You sure got a lot done Ffrogg526!  Your journal turned out great!

I really love the bobby pins but the thing that made me smile was that "the skirt was not as short as it looked!"

I was doing a fashion predictor survey and I did put on there that skirts are shorter this year (it seems that the worse the economy, the shorter the skirts--go figure!)...very good tutorial you used as well! Cheesy

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« Reply #974 on: January 13, 2011 08:04:48 AM »


I was doing a fashion predictor survey and I did put on there that skirts are shorter this year (it seems that the worse the economy, the shorter the skirts--go figure!)...very good tutorial you used as well! Cheesy


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« Reply #975 on: January 13, 2011 08:38:42 AM »

Love the bobby pins. I just may have to add those to my already very very unwieldy list.
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« Reply #976 on: January 13, 2011 09:28:12 AM »

I got about six or so rows done on my latch hook. It does not seem like too much but each row has 65 'stitches' in it. I think it is about 85 or so long so not too far. I did organize the yarn for it so it's much easier to quickly grab the colors I need, and less chance of being attacked by my ninja kitten.

Loving the projects being posted as usual. I'm going to make an entry in my journal just for things I want to try after I knock off these 50 first!
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« Reply #977 on: January 13, 2011 09:44:48 AM »

Here are the action pictures of the shrug.  It'll fit my SO's mom a little differently because she's smaller than I am but I hope she like it.  Cheesy



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« Reply #978 on: January 13, 2011 12:29:15 PM »

Ok I'm jumping in (I hope to read over the 98 pages so far).  I did it last year, and while I didn't complete 50 projects (at least that I recorded) it was a good way to keep track and motivated.

1. Baby quilt for co-worker (due March) Done Feb 2011
2. Baby Quilt for friend's Sister (due March) Done Feb 2011
3. Baby Quilt for G & P due May Done May 2011
4. Finish Baby L wall hanging Done July 2011
5. Finish Mia's Peter Pan Quilt
6. Finish Anime Cross Stitch
7. Finish Ariel Pillow Cross Stitch
8. Finish Cat Cross Stitch Done Feb 2011
9. Finish Adventure time embroidery
10. Finish bunny ear cape (WIP for way too long)
11. Re-organize crafting area/supplies
12. first knitting project Done march 2011
13. nook case Done March 2011
14. Moomin Swap Done March 2011
15. Big Bang Theory Swap Done March 2011
16. baby blanket for Evelyn from kit done march 2011
17. postcard wallet
18. PJ shorts for Grace Done March 2011
19. Needle Holder for co-worker done march 2011
20. Hair clip holder for Grace done april 2011
21. Mini top had for Grace done april 2011
22. Doctor Whoopla Swap hoop - done may 2011
23. Anime swap done may 2011
24. 5th grade graduation dress grace done may 2011
25. Ongoing Hoopla Swap Bigfoot Hoop Done June 2011
26. Sprocket pillow Done July 2011
27. OHS Rd 3 Camera Done August 2011
28. OHS rd 3 Lacksadaisy cat August 2011
29. New kitchen curtains August 2011
30. Erin's Japanese Quilt December 2011
31. quilt for dad's friend October 2011
32. Supernatural Scarf November 2011
33. boosh/firefly pillow covers for swap November 2011


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« Reply #979 on: January 13, 2011 12:40:45 PM »

On the vintage christmas card hlder thingy I'm making slooow progress  Undecided. I finished the reindeer,now I'm working on the santa.At this rate I might be finished by christmas.Sheeesh.
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