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« Reply #2950 on: June 05, 2012 11:05:26 AM »

That brain worm thread cutter is so awesome!  I also really love the squid purse!  BirdBones is quite a lucky lady!


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« Reply #2951 on: June 05, 2012 12:12:16 PM »

I am hoping it is not to late for me to join this.  I am in a bit of a crafting slump and hopefully this will give me a bit more motivation Grin Here is my list so far and I will probably be adding to it later:

1.   ATC card
2.   Quilt for vivi
3.   Quilt for Andrew and I
4.   Embroidery squares with feb 1 on them
5.   Shirred dress for vivi
6.   Ear cuff
7.   5 tarot cards
8.   Corset with boning
9.   Soap with Andrews name in it
10.   Purse for Eileen
11.   Bigger purse for mom
12.   Wallet for Eileen
13.   Wallet for Alexandra
14.   Purse for myself
15.   Wallet for myself
16.   Hair bows for vivi
17.   Sheet for vivi
18.   Stuffed animal
19.   Pillow to match sheet and blanket for vivi
20.   Dress for myself
21.   Corset laced skirt
22.   Pictures for vivis wall
23.   A name picture for vivi
24.   Diaper bag for vivi
25.   Skirts out of scrap fabric for thrift store
26.   A sketch of a face in my sketch book
27.   Bed for my kitten
28.   Dream catcher
29.   Beaded ear cuff
30.   Peacock sketch
31.   Fox sketch
32.   Fairy sketch
33.   To do list notebook
34.   Red riding hood costume
35.   Join and atc swap
36.   Pop up book for vivi
37.   Something steampunk
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« Reply #2952 on: June 05, 2012 12:17:39 PM »

suereal I love the thread snipper brain worm and those glow in the dark stars  Grin

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« Reply #2953 on: June 05, 2012 07:46:00 PM »

So please no making fun but this is my first ear cuff  and I wanted to keep it simple.  It is made with 20 gauge silver wire, a pair of old fabric scissors, a pair of old pliers, and a screw driver so it is a bit wonky.


« Reply #2954 on: June 05, 2012 08:12:35 PM »

I'd sasy that's pretty good for your first try!


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« Reply #2955 on: June 05, 2012 10:09:13 PM »

You won't hear any laughing from me ids13, there's nothing wrong with your ear cuff  Smiley

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« Reply #2956 on: June 05, 2012 10:34:42 PM »

It looks well done to me.  Nice job Grin

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« Reply #2957 on: June 06, 2012 12:28:55 AM »

Oh man. I got caught in the missing notification limbo - I haven't checked in for an entire month! (That's 27 pages of catching up to do!)

Abbeeroad - love the stuffed Chewie! Also, the dragon play mat is epic!
sheepBlue - that skull whimsie canvas looks like chocolate and it's making me hungry!
kriSmith - great fix on those cupboards! I totally pinned them to my "home" board, so that I remember it when we finally get doors for our kitchen cabinets.
alwaysinmyroom - love the googly eye patch! And that robot cushion is very awesome - I love the fabric.
Smeddley - love the chicken hat, it's very cute
jillybeans - that ruffled rainbow felt bunting makes me think my "no bunting" stance, and now I want to make a zombie sock monkey!
QueenNinjaMonkey - love the colours you used in your melted crayon picture. I seriously can't get enough of those!
cinnamon teal - your map letters look fantastic, I may have to make some myself.
suereal - that zombie teabag sewing kit is so out there and fantastic - the thread cutter is inspired!
ids13 - the ear cuff is fine! Sometimes simple is better, and I quite like how it looks. In fact, I think I have similar 'simple' ear cuffs pinned to my jewellery board.

Also, while I've been missing, I denim covered an altoid tin, made two pairs of denim maxi skirts - one for me and one for Miss Six (based on this tute), crocheted a shawl for MIL for Mother's Day of partly my own design,
crocheted a ninja "sock" monkey,

and a pair of iron man fingerless gloves,

and hand stitched a patchwork owl.

I'm very proud of this owl - it's all hand stitched, but I don't really like it, as owls aren't my thing. I'm thinking I will either put it in my store or give it to my SIL - though I doubt she'll appreciate the effort in it. Perhaps I will save as an extra for a swap or to keep in my "present cupboard" for emergency parties.

And all the projects I didn't comment on - they were all fantastic too, but as it was I spent three hours catching up with this thread, and didn't really have time to comment on them all.

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« Reply #2958 on: June 06, 2012 03:24:00 AM »

Suereal, the kiddo (14) and I love your glow in the dark origami stars. What a neat idea.

ids13, I think your ear cuff is beautiful. I like simple lines, they tend to stay classic.

Can you see someone from Roman days wearing this?

Silvermoon, the Iron Man mitts are great! I love his expression while wearing them too. Perfect together.

The owl is cute, he looks just huggable.


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« Reply #2959 on: June 06, 2012 05:35:06 AM »

The iron man mitts are great! So fun!

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Looking for a vintage magazine (1974 - 1978) that has a fabric nativity set w/ people and animals. An example: http://www.craftster.org/pictures/showphoto.php?photo=440861&ppuser=143144.
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