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« Reply #1020 on: June 17, 2013 01:43:38 PM »

Checked out the tute, thanks for that!

Big stash of stuff moved to a friend's warehouse for an eventual yard sale, sold 2 vintage chairs to the neighbour (actually, I will end up swapping for items from her store, lol. Have become addicted to nice jewelry which I absolutely cannot afford to buy so trading it is!), big sack off to the thrift store, even bigger sack for my mom, random odds and ends to a couple other people...

...and yet... house over flowing with craft projects, lol! A serious abundance of stuff. I'll be attacking it this week so wish me luck with the pile!

I always imagine you CLM, wherever you are standing, with a flow of items coming into one hand, swirling around you for a bit, some of it becomes wonderful things and the rest then flies from your other hand in to a variety of containers, all destined for the perfect place.  Your amazing Grin
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« Reply #1021 on: June 17, 2013 04:46:29 PM »

My amazing what?! LOLOL!
Suzy! ~~~enormous hugs!~~~ I been missing you <3
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« Reply #1022 on: June 17, 2013 05:22:51 PM »

Sorry...Martian is my native language Grin
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« Reply #1023 on: June 18, 2013 07:02:23 AM »

lol great imagery...CLM seems magical indeed

I can't believe I actually used up an entire piece of fabric and a bit of kimono fabric! I had everything I needed in my stash for the last swap...

I had to buy a few yards of pul fabric since I am doing a charity project...most of it should be gone in the one project...
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« Reply #1024 on: June 18, 2013 10:05:53 AM »

Sigh...I've been adding to my stash, and haven't even been organizing things. I just got a huge stack of scrapbook paper and some very nice beads from someone clearing out their own stash.
On the bright side, I'm working on a swap, and so far I've only had to spend 25 cents. Grin
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« Reply #1025 on: June 18, 2013 02:55:10 PM »

Sigh...I've been adding to my stash, and haven't even been organizing things. I just got a huge stack of scrapbook paper and some very nice beads from someone clearing out their own stash.
On the bright side, I'm working on a swap, and so far I've only had to spend 25 cents. Grin

I hear you. A friend of mine gave me four huge boxes of stuff last week that I literally have zero room for. I've spent the last couple of days going through things, deciding what to keep and what to give to good will, etc. It doesn't help when my kiddos see something going to the "out" bin and they are all "Oh! I want that fabric! Mama, can I keep it?" Sheesh....
I also have an upside, though! I finished a swap and used only what was in my stash so hooray! I will post pictures when she receives it. It wasn't a huge amount of stash, but it took a TON of time. Still, every little bit helps.
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« Reply #1026 on: June 25, 2013 08:53:07 PM »

always, oh, my gosh, those fingerprint pandas...
What a great idea to make a list of what's in your stash.

dulcet, holy... wow... Those costumes. Gorgeous.

Kook, you are an inspiration. Digging the anklet. Beautiful doily.

clm, you weren't kidding about LOTS of pockets. Not sure how many i was expecting, bit that was more... And i freaking love t-shirt quilts. Did you put anything between the squares and the backing?
Way cool about the article!
I absolutely love seeing your monsters. At every stage. I have a few nieces and nephews who would flip over those monsters if you can't think of what to do with them. Smiley

cmarion, i love your fruit discs. Adorable!
Your skirt looks so comfy!
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« Reply #1027 on: June 25, 2013 09:27:11 PM »

I've made a couple blankets since my last big post. Sadly, mostly not from stash. But i do have something to share.

A Loki-inspired coffee sleeve, posted about here.
 

Coffee cozy.
 

Preemie girl hat:
 

My brother asked me for a Duck Dynasty-esque beard (he's a camp counselor this summer). I completely forgot until the night before he left, so this is what he got...
 

My older brother used to wear a fleece vest every single day. He even wore it to a Homecoming dance... So one of his nicknames is Toofvesto. A couple years ago, i made him an hilariously unflattering vest out of felt. Then one for his wife. And now one for his baby.
 

Started this ages ago. Tried to keep it spontaneous, but the more i work on something, the more i end up planning it out. So i set it aside for a while and finally finished it. It's a nice project bag size.
 

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« Reply #1028 on: June 26, 2013 06:13:49 AM »

I love that bag!  Scrappy is my favorite style...it looks very "spontaneous"...Wink...such lovely colors in all of your projects...
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it is a lovely bag. So bright an summery  Cheesy
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