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« Reply #910 on: February 05, 2013 04:16:56 PM »

Ooh that bread looks so good!!

Here's the pictures I spoke of earlier. I don't know why I must turn every picture taken of me into some goofy look, ugh just ignore that and enjoy the fruits of my scrappy stashbusting!




The hat turned out way big for my head. I just added one increase to the pattern because it seemed like it wouldn't fit....guess I'll follow the pattern more closely next time. I might felt it just to see what it might do. All the yarn is luscious little scraps of chunky handspun that was never enough for a big project but just perfect for a funky little earflap hat. My first earflap hat too - definitely not hard now that I've tried it.

And a super scrappy shawl made with tons of bits of little leftover balls of yarn.



Now that my pile of little balls of yarn is under control (somewhat), I think I'll be moving onto bigger crochet projects to use up some of the yarn that I bought and never did anything with!
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« Reply #911 on: February 05, 2013 06:45:35 PM »

So about a project a week huh? This should help me with the destash swap! I'm game. I don't have a "to do" list, so I'll make one as I go!

1. Mermaid Applique Tote
2. Reusable paper towels for swap
3. Heart Shaped crayons
4. Letter S Wreath
5. Wetbag
6. Valentine's Shirts for kiddos

7. burpclothes for baby shower
8. Babseball bag for friend
9. Valentine's goodies for classes
10. Upcycled pincushion

11. Curtains for twins room
12. Window Seat cushion

13. Quilts for twins beds
14. bedskirt for son
15. Tote bag for me
16. Magnet Boards
17. Upcycled Swetaer Purse
18. Pincushion for swap
19. Pillow Covers for extra large pillows
20. Upcycled coffee sack apron
21. Upcycled coffee sack totes
22. Burlap & Chevron Tote
23. Burlap Tote Bags
24. Burlap apron
25. Burlap Throw pillows/pillow covers
26. Pincushion for Swap
27. Extra Pincushion Smiley
28. LSU baby Dress
29. Seersucker Jon Jon
30. Magnet Boards

31. Outfit for R
32. Outfit for G
33. Hooded Towel for Tuck
34. Hooded Towel for Turner
35. Bar M Sign
36. Tote Bags for car trip
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50 Projects in 2014 - 15/50
De-stash Projects Completed - 25

Total Projects in 2014: 40
Swap Packages Sent: 14
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« Reply #912 on: February 05, 2013 06:47:15 PM »

Today I made 300 heart shaped crayons  Shocked


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« Reply #913 on: February 05, 2013 08:18:29 PM »

SheepBlue: I love that shawl Smiley
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« Reply #914 on: February 06, 2013 01:33:36 AM »

LOVE the scrappy shawl and the scrappy hat SheepBlue!
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« Reply #915 on: February 06, 2013 02:54:30 AM »



Finished off the big order of apple cozies I was commissioned to make. I'm still not entirely sure why apples need cozies, but it paid for this month's coffee supply, so I'm not complaining.

And I've cast on for my Doctor Who scarf, and decided I don't like my purple, it's too red. But the only ball I could find to replace it at my LYS is too purple. Bought it anyway, will let DP choose, as it's his scarf anyway.

Next up, moar dishclothes.
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« Reply #916 on: February 06, 2013 03:54:03 AM »

That apple certainly looks cosy SilverMoon  Grin  it's not something I can see a need for either but I'm happy for you that someone somewhere likes cosy apples  Wink

I've just started knitting the front of hubbys sweater vest. I wish I could knit as fast as I can crochet!
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« Reply #917 on: February 06, 2013 04:47:34 AM »

I have finished my Crochet baby Banket!  Grin  I dont have pics yet as I finished it in a rush this morning before a doc appt, and had to head straight to work after. Plus I wont be home til late as I have choir rehersal tonight BUT I have already started my next project  - short finger gloves using up leftover sock yarn  Roll Eyes

So new project and de-stashing at the same time Smiley
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« Reply #918 on: February 06, 2013 05:24:01 AM »

I've been really slack in my crafting.  Between the loss of my father and my annual musical theater production at school wrapping up this weekend crafting has pretty much been out the window.  *sigh*  I'm almost done with a shawl that's been in the works for quite a while.  I'm about half done with a shrug for my aunt.  And after this weekend, I should have time to craft again!  I think I'll be counting some of the props I had to make for Willy Wonka as part of my 50 projects!  Cheesy
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« Reply #919 on: February 06, 2013 06:25:18 AM »

Perhaps the apple cozies keep them from getting bruised in someone's lunch bag. Or maybe they just look cute. I don't know. I've never used one.
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