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« Reply #1660 on: February 23, 2012 04:55:19 PM »

I finished my Hunger Games bag a few days ago! Sadly since winter sucks and there's never enough light, these pictures are less than stellar - but I will rig up a super awesome lightbooth eventually and take better pictures. For now though I've got a few shots.





My favorite patch!



And a little pouch I made as a side





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« Reply #1661 on: February 23, 2012 05:13:56 PM »

Great bag, sheepBlue! I like the patches with quotes on them the most.  Smiley

I made cupcakes tonight - Lemon Blueberry. The cake part turned out a little dry, but I would definitely use this recipe again! I've decided that I'm being lazy for the rest of the night, so pics will be up later since the camera's still in the kitchen. I'm hoping to upload pics of my last few projects either tomorrow or Saturday. I'm hoping to get to the craft store to get the one thing I need to finish up something so I'll be able to post everything together.
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« Reply #1662 on: February 23, 2012 05:25:13 PM »

I was cutting out a quilt last night...then I saw the tiny scraps piling up next to my pile of cuts...I thought: I can make notecards from those...went to another room to get notecards...while I was there, I saw that my old chair cushion looked worn, so then I went to find my stash of upholstery fabric in the garage...along with some little baskets that I had put out for Goodwill...grabbed the baskets and decided I could make cute Easter decorations...went to look for green yarn...hubby came home at 8 pm and asked me if I finished my quilt...uh, what quilt? Cheesy

Good grief, did you follow me around the other night? I swear I did nearly the exact same thing.

I now have one bag, four dish cloths, a pair of socks, (nope, make that two pair), a shawl, a skirt, a shirt and leggings going.

How did I manage to get this many works in progress? I used to be so single minded and actually finished things.

Oh yeah, I have two Christmas themed cross stitches going. One the pattern needs major reconfiguration and the other just needs to be done. 
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« Reply #1663 on: February 23, 2012 05:28:30 PM »

I love The Hunger Games, and I love your bag sheepBlue!!  I'm super excited for the movie.
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« Reply #1664 on: February 23, 2012 05:36:31 PM »

I was cutting out a quilt last night...then I saw the tiny scraps piling up next to my pile of cuts...I thought: I can make notecards from those...went to another room to get notecards...while I was there, I saw that my old chair cushion looked worn, so then I went to find my stash of upholstery fabric in the garage...along with some little baskets that I had put out for Goodwill...grabbed the baskets and decided I could make cute Easter decorations...went to look for green yarn...hubby came home at 8 pm and asked me if I finished my quilt...uh, what quilt? Cheesy

Ha ha! I love it. At least it's better than me. I have projects I could be doing, but I'm to lazy to get up and do them.
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« Reply #1665 on: February 23, 2012 05:46:55 PM »

almost finished a set of items for a swap, next will be a black hoody for myself:) debating on pockets in the hoody though.
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« Reply #1666 on: February 23, 2012 07:41:24 PM »

almost finished a set of items for a swap, next will be a black hoody for myself:) debating on pockets in the hoody though.
You Have To Have pockets in a hoody. Especially if it has a zipper. If not, what about one pocket that both hands fit in from the sides? Like the kind we had 40 years ago?
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« Reply #1667 on: February 23, 2012 10:32:38 PM »

almost finished a set of items for a swap, next will be a black hoody for myself:) debating on pockets in the hoody though.
You Have To Have pockets in a hoody. Especially if it has a zipper. If not, what about one pocket that both hands fit in from the sides? Like the kind we had 40 years ago?
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It is going to be a pull-over, and I'm debating on really the outer pocket - like the old school hoodies which are still popular here, or welt pockets, mainly I don't want to draw attention to my middle
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« Reply #1668 on: February 24, 2012 03:07:27 AM »

SheepBlue - that bag is great!  I love the mockingjay pin patch! 

So - I've been lamenting the pain in my hand these last few weeks.  I finally managed to get a Dr's appointment.  The Dr said "I think you might have a slight case of gout" so she drew blood, gave me meds and sent me on my way.  I went home like any good intelligent person and googled this!  If I had gout it would be a one in a million case.  99% of all first occurences are in men over 50 and in the big toe.  And the list of foods you have to avoid would practially turn me into a vegan!  No offense to anyone....  but personally, I like eating animals.  So my tests came back and all my levels are normal.  Its not gout which is a good thing.  But they didn't offer anymore helpful suggestions as to what it may be!  Me thinks (after a few other incidents) its time to find a new Doctor.  Sad  So I'm still in my crafting slump. 
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« Reply #1669 on: February 24, 2012 04:45:10 AM »

Great bag as always SheepBlue!  Ffrogg, I think I'd try a new doctor for sure.  Since my partner in the Hippy Swap has received, I posted the tassel belt I made for her.



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