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« Reply #210 on: January 04, 2012 07:02:03 AM »

Beautiful work, Mio!

I also love the look of the hairpin lace scarf!  Definitely need to put that on my list!

Also, Indigo_roses...your scarves turned out wonderful! I love random.org-- I use it to draw the prize winners but I never thought to use it to knit/crochet!  That is awesome!

rylnn--you will never regret your decision to travel with your child. Alaska is a good choice...it is beautiful and like a foreign country!

love the moonsocks...they do look comfy and warm...

surreal--this is a very inspiring bunch of people...you will have fun and get stuff done... Cheesy
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« Reply #211 on: January 04, 2012 07:05:39 AM »

Hairpin lace is very cute. Great colour too.

Alaska Rlynn - so jealous.

Completed projects: 28, 29 and 31

Pic of 31. It's not exciting, but it is warm and very soft. My up cycled throws turned into bed cover.



Working on project 32 which is my large item for swap angel package. It's all hush hush, but it's a new to me craft and I'm liking it so far.

Gave my moon socks to my OH, apparently they stretch to fit a size 9 as well as a 6. I got cute fair isle fleece slippers for Christmas, but he didn't get any slippers. He says they're warm and comfy.


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« Reply #212 on: January 04, 2012 07:14:46 AM »

Aw, the kitties! Must be a comfy bedspread. Cheesy Seriously, very  nice.
I *need* a pair of moonsocks!
Love the hairpin lace.
And Alaska? That does sound like a wonderful adventure! Good for you!
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« Reply #213 on: January 04, 2012 07:21:08 AM »

Man, I did images only and saw so many nice things!

Ffrogg--the scrappy yarn is gorgeous!!!  Please, I need that pattern! stat!

pollyprissypants--the kindle cover is paisley!!  one of my favorite motifs!  I got a color nook for Christmas and it needs a cover! Beautiful job.

rlb-love the napkins...the cabbage fabric is fun...I collect food fabrics--this would be a good use for them (I was saving them for a quilt, but I like the napkin idea better!)

nooo--what a gorgeous necklace!!  It is my favorite color as well! Love how you spaced out the beads...airy and simple...

dawnstrees--I had no idea you did woodwork...those cutting boards are a great idea...no mixing them up...I love wood cutting boards but you do have to be careful mixing meat and veggies...great job on the designs

sarahj2001--not sure if I commented---but your states quilt is pretty awesome...how long did it take you? 3 years?  wow--that is a wip!! Bet you are glad it is done!  The colors really make it a vibrant quilt.

skittlebub--I am a rabid/avid Dr. Who fan!!  Glad to see you here...I am so close to having my Dr. Who scarf done (I was tempted by fantasticmio to make it!!)...your t-shirt is perfect...it makes me want to try stenciling this year...I have the freezer paper and the paint..I just need the courage!

I love the recycled flowers...each of them are unique...did I also see a link to some gorgeous fabric ones?  *sigh* another thing to add to the list

bookstorebabe--I like what you did with the cute images from envelopes...I save those, too...Cheesy

Great job, everyone!  I am loving that some of you are posting thumbnails to your lists when you get done!  Truly inspiring!
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« Reply #214 on: January 04, 2012 08:01:40 AM »

Wow!! There is some amazing New Year energy in this thread!! I'm so inspired by all of the great projects being cranked out.

The hairpin lace is so pretty. Thank you for sharing the tutorial.

mio - your crochet skills continue to amaze me. That's a nice collection for just one ball of yarn!

I know I'm missing a bazillion incredible projects. I'll be doing an Image Only search later to admire everything else.

I also finished a little project so I need to update my list!!

A couple knit washcloths and a soap sleeping bag. More functional than fancy but a project nonetheless!
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« Reply #215 on: January 04, 2012 08:03:32 AM »

I tried to start on a knitted hat for my dad last night and realized my size 6 DPNs were on another WIP. *Palm to face* I guess I will have to thread some yarn through that project and borrow the needles. Or, you know, finish the project.  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #216 on: January 04, 2012 08:20:18 AM »

Or you can always buy another set ^_~ I say you can't have too many crafting tools! Hehe!
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« Reply #217 on: January 04, 2012 08:31:54 AM »

My first six charity hats:
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« Reply #218 on: January 04, 2012 08:59:27 AM »

Such lovely yarn goodies!

Mio--are those done on a loom? You are very fast!

Lime--I like functional knit projects!  How does the soap bag work?  Is it meant to be wet?  I was just wondering because I had felted soap where the roving started molding because it was always wet...does the bag dry out the soap?

Alisha--ha ha -- I have resorted to using my stitch holders or swapping out needles because the ones I needed were in use!  I now have multiples of the needles I use the most! Cheesy Just as tcmatteson advocates!
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« Reply #219 on: January 04, 2012 09:03:28 AM »

Yep!  The two in the top corners were done on the second-biggest loom, and the rest were made on the second-smallest, all using Patons Melody. ^_^
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