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« Reply #3370 on: August 02, 2012 06:41:28 PM »

ah, need to add to my list the awesome first time pie that my daughter and I made after going blackberry picking with Ptarmic wumpus.  Alas I have no pic.  Sad  Maybe I'll do an action shot instead?  I got the recipe from epicurious after PW told me to go there.  LOL.

I am going to add a Nyan cat scarf to my list for my daughter's friend.  She told me today that she wants to be known as a Nyan cat expert.  LOL.

Still working away on crocheted bags for Lana's farewell present for her teacher's this June.  Smiley  I'll post pics when they are all done.  We're making wood buttons for them too.  Smiley
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« Reply #3371 on: August 02, 2012 09:03:07 PM »

I'm up to 30 projects and so very proud of myself for doing so!  I finished my knitted chevron shawl on July 29.  I'll get pictures posted ASAP.  And now I'm working on another knitted shawl that I saw at one of my LYSs.  I promise - I'm a crocheter at heart!  But I've become a knitter too!  Cheesy  whoo hoo! 
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« Reply #3372 on: August 03, 2012 06:49:32 AM »

silvermoon--I used the list of Vanna White acrylic yarns posted on the link that I got from fantasticmio's post of her scraf!  Wool would be way too expensive for me!  Yeah--the scarf is not really wearable, just a challenge for me...it is over 14 feet long, thick and heavy...I believe Dr. Who #9(tom Baker) was very tall...over 6 feet...Cheesy

Can't wait to see those shawls, FFrogg!!

(uhm, I really am not checking your lists that carefully yet... Wink ...whatever is posted by next Wednesday, August 8, is who will be eligible to compete...and out of those, whoever gets done! WHATEVER IS POSTED AS OF AUGUST 8th is the list I will print and follow! Cheesy  Clear now? Cheesy
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« Reply #3373 on: August 03, 2012 07:25:55 AM »

Thank you to everyone for their kind words and encouragement. I haven't figured out what I'm doing yet but I'm keeping busy and had an interview for something big so I just need to keep doing what I'm doing for now! Plus I joined two swaps and am considering a third which always makes me feel happy Smiley

underthemountain: I love the bee crown!

trinalocakary: What a great way to hide the protein container labels. I love the apothecary labels! All the food you are volunteering to make blows my mind. You are inspirational, I hope you don't push yourself too hard though. Moving is stressful enough without doing all your fantastic work to help out everyone else! Good luck Smiley

Kookaloo_Starr: The doll with the ballet shoes is beautiful. And from upcycled fabrics! Two gold stars Smiley The sari really makes it look like tattoos and is super cool!

SilverMoon: Mini jayne toques and adiposes!! *squee* Congrats on winning the contest! And the fez is AWESOME. My OH is Turkish Smiley

that1girl: Your crochet work is lovely. And the blueberry yarn looks yum!

suereal: I would want to hang that mug rug on a wall like a piece of art!

katara: Your sock monkeys are so cute!

QueenNinjaMonkey: Monarch needle punch.. just woah! lol

MissingWillow: I love the spider / bat / skull / cameo art piece Cheesy

alwaysinmyroom: The rainbow knitting wow! I love the felt patches too Cheesy:D

cursive_queen: LOL!! The cross stitch is hilarious and awesome. Were you at Wootstock?? We went for most of it but were tooo tired to stay until the very end.

Smeddley: Ruffle butt cover.. so pretty! And your drawing is lovely Smiley

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-WIP: KAT tees (screen shirts collab between myself and one sibling)
-Dress for Castaspella cosplay [orange and yellow version]
-Ghoulia inspired intestine print shirt or tank top
-Colette pattern: Peony no. 1017
-Enter my first spoonflower fabric design contest
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« Reply #3374 on: August 03, 2012 07:29:17 AM »

Smashu!  I think your fabric design will be wonderful!  You must keep us informed!  I love splurging and buying a few yards of fabric from there...a lot of the prints are too cutesy for me, but I love the bold and graphic ones...
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« Reply #3375 on: August 03, 2012 04:32:17 PM »

Wow!!!  There are some seriously awesome crafts in this thread.  I just went through 52 pages of photos.  You all are busy crafters.
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« Reply #3376 on: August 03, 2012 05:00:15 PM »

Thanks for the link jillybeans, and MissingWillow your pickles look fantastic I'm going to have to try them too. I really want to get my son's aunt's recipe for pickled green tomatoes, they are super delicious.

Still thinking about my mini list, I will have it up soon.

Also, thank you for all the compliments on my needle punched Monarch butterfly. My Mom loved it so much I'm going to do a couple different butterflies for her for Christmas.  Smiley
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« Reply #3377 on: August 03, 2012 06:33:24 PM »

I'm still here!  I really need to update my list.  And I think I'm going to join in for the August challenge, but I need to figure out my list.  The push would be nice to get a few things done before I start grad school at the end of the month.
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« Reply #3378 on: August 04, 2012 03:51:59 AM »

I got one of my five done!  Spiced honey.  Each jar has a sliced lemon, 6 whole cloves and a cinnamon stick.  I simmered all that for 2 minutes in honey then filled jars and processed it for 15 minutes.  It's going to be Christmas gifts for the tea drinkers in my family.

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« Reply #3379 on: August 04, 2012 04:24:38 AM »

Hmmmm spiced honey  Smiley

loved seeing all the canning you've all been doing, not something I've ever tried personally Hubby is in charge of kitchen related things at our house  Cheesy

I'm part way through making my Weeping Angel doll. Sculpted her face yesterday befor sewing her hands over it *lol* It didn't feel right not putting a face on her!
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