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« Reply #1390 on: February 09, 2012 12:03:09 PM »

Dreadlocklove... Your website is very calming.  You've done a great job with it.  I think you should absolutely count it as a craft. 

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« Reply #1391 on: February 09, 2012 12:44:43 PM »

DawnsTrees - love the butterflies.

Smashu - OH stands for Other Half. Like the animal print hats.

ZombieLili - great art work, I'm always jealous of people who can do art. I can do copy, but not original.

Cinnamon teal - The cardinal is fab, I love this bright red bird. and the socks are perfect. I admire anyone with patience to make socks.

Luckdragon - nice work. I love the travel embroidery kit and the fabric used is lovely. The colours on your calorimetry are so pretty together.

waggonswest - adoreable mug rugs. I especially like the first one.

Kookie - has a pink fetish Cheesy The hats are so cute and small.

I just finished a project that I wasn't aware that I needed. Cheesy
It's valentine's next week and I will be away from my OH. First time in 8 years. I've already got him some Blu ray's for valentine's day. Whilst at work today I had a moment of inspiration and thought I could make him a little something just to remind him of how special he is to me.
A mini Elephant sock Monkey

Here he is:

He's made from baby socks.
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« Reply #1392 on: February 09, 2012 12:56:43 PM »

So many awesome projects, I can't keep up!

Cinnamon teal, that chickadee plaque made me smiiiiile. I love chickadees
luckdragon, babalina is lucky to have that calorimertygrblehbkl (i can't spell that, but it's lovely)
smashu, that apron is totally awesome.
wagonswest, I love ALL your projects, but especially the two mug rugs in that last post!
kookaloo, what a cute bonnet! So much knitting skill!
Zombiecazz, the heart on the elebelly is adorable!

I've got a few projects to share, but I've only got photos up for this one:

I'm so dang pleased with myself on how it turned out Smiley It's a drawstring backpack for my upcoming disney trip Smiley It's fully lined and even has a pocket AND a removable velcro panel inside for pin trading Cheesy

Where have I been? Finally had me some kids. Now they're toddlers.
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« Reply #1393 on: February 09, 2012 02:08:15 PM »

Such a cute bag!  I am sure it will be admired at Disney!

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« Reply #1394 on: February 09, 2012 02:09:46 PM »

Michelle,  I started with a package of adjustable paper crowns I found in the kid or teacher aisle at Michaels.  Let me know if you can't find them.  

Noooo  Love the Disney bag. 

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« Reply #1395 on: February 09, 2012 04:38:01 PM »

  Wink I just edited my main list. I added stuff that wasn't in the original list. Here's a link to my blog: Go see the new layout, Plus it matches my E-Shop. (Please-it's 2 items)http://www.http://needlesandpinsbyklking.blogspot.com
Next, is the lamp in the bead contest... You already know where that is.
Then, the Valentine's Pillows:(I'll just post a group shot)  
Oh, some of  the pillows have a blank Aida Cloth heart , even as a pocket on the big one. I just edited in text to suggest stitched in lettering.  I made hang tags for them with paper sewn to fabric. The tags aren't shown, and I'm counting them as a separate project.I need a close up of them still.

Then, the 2 banners for a religious theme- Large (23"x45") and Small. (11"x18") Large one is for someone else, small one is for us.

The banners are machine applique. I used rubber cement to hold the gold design in place, to avoid too many pins. It is made in a heavy weight rip-stop nylon.(1.9oz. weight) The gold is also the same nylon, with a metallic coating. I have a lot of gold  from a job that went wrong a few years ago! The white is gro- grain ribbon.I just drew a white pencil line, and stitched it with only a few pins. You want to always sew lines like that in only one direction, or it will pucker funny.  I lined it with cotton duck, and the dowel is enclosed. There is no top-stitching on the edges. And, there is a middle layer which the applique was sewn thru. That also helped with puckering from sewing. You cannot see the stitching on the back. It was sewn and turned inside out.
  Tonight I am playing around with a Raggedy Ann pattern.  The instructions are missing, so I decided to make one to write an info sheet. The pattern is being sent to a student in the U.K. I'm making myself a copy.  It was from 1958, and seems to have a lot of popularity lately.
Thanks for checking out my latest!

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« Reply #1396 on: February 09, 2012 04:49:40 PM »

My partner for the Warehouse 13 Swap said she received so now I can post pics!  I'm now able to cross off some of my projects.

a crocheted hat

My first string doll (it's supposed to look like Claudia from Warehouse 13)

My first rubber stamp (Janus coin-2 faced)

a mini Edgar A. Poe notebook with quill pen

A Haven inspired clutch (it collects Troubles)


Funny, I don't remember being absentminded...

I need a skein (two would be great) of Knit Picks Gloss Bare sock weight to finish a shawl.

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« Reply #1397 on: February 09, 2012 05:06:50 PM »

Loving all the projects being posted recently - its a bit hard to keep up with all the awesomeness!

I finished two hooplas for myself this morning  Smiley I was burned out on hoopla for a while but I'm feeling re-energized at the moment which is lovely because it is such a great destressor in the evening.

I also took the opportunity to have fun and learn a bunch of new stitches. I'm especially thrilled with the bits that are basically mini weavings with embroidery - I will have to do more with that!

I've wanted to do a rainbow color wheel type sampler for a while  Grin

I also did a little freeform embroidery for fun. I need more text on my hoopla wall. I dyed the fabric used in that hoop too.

Annnnnnnddd....just because it was on my camera when I downloaded pictures, a sneak-peek of my Hunger Games TM bag in progress.


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« Reply #1398 on: February 09, 2012 05:32:40 PM »

Wow!  That sampler is amazing sheepblue.  I love the way you made it rainbow-y

I absolutely love love quilts, do you think an afghan is a fair trade for a quilt? I'd love to swap!
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« Reply #1399 on: February 09, 2012 06:12:20 PM »

sheepBlue... WOW! Cheesy The gradient effect and all the different shapes you experimented with are amazing! Lovely!

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