Alright, I've got a lot of catch up on so I'm gonna try! I've got to work for the next 3 days then I've got Christmas festivities so it's now or never!
*I am so thrilled about the card exchange! I'm so excited everytime I go to the mailbox! Thanks for my cards so far (Badwolf, FiberAlchemist, midkiffsjoy!)*@butterflyangel:
I hope you do join us! Although I understand, sometimes life gets busy. One semester I was so busy I only lurked and by the end of the semester I realized I didn't even turn in one project! @MamanTattoo:
I can smell that pasta sauce from here! Looks delicious! Your soap snowmen turned out so cute!! You guys are just on a roll with these mother/daughter crafts!@pottermouth:
What cool sanddollar ornaments! I love how they look tie-dyed.@Ant Bee:
A store at the holidays?! Good luck! @Acadian Driftwood:
I didn't read your description at first and I thought it was just striped fabric but then I realized it was strips sewn together! What a lot of work...they turned out great! I can't wait to see the wallets you make for your OWL. I also love your little Hufflepuff stars!@teag:
I'm sorry to hear about your mother. *sending good thoughts your way*@felicitybaby:
So glad you could join! I love your bunting. And I ESPECIALLY love the directions right on the rice bag! I made some last year and that's such a smart idea!@tiamatfire:
I hope all is well and you're out of the hospital soon!@BadWolf314:
I love the headband! So beautiful!@midkiffsjoy:
I love elephants! What a cute wall hanging!@netchez:
Very cozy looking cap!@rockmygypsysoul:
Good luck on your NEWT! I LOVE your inspiration pictures, especially the one of the turtle from below. My vote is for that one to be made.
Your onesie is fabulous!!!!! Go gryffindors!
I love the project with your little bear. So adorable. It looks so vintage! You did a great job with the transfer! And good luck on your socks!@jellybean89:
Beautiful coasters! Perfect from wintertime.
I love the scarf too! What stitch did you use? I really like the look of it.@DragonChilde:
I didn't know the history of dreamcatchers...so neat! I've always wanted to make one...I love how the two colors you used are placed together. Seems like it would be hard to do.@FiberAlchemist:
Maybe Santa will have to bring you some papercrafting supplies! @vincentvanbuck:
Those cookies sound amazing! I didn't even know there was cinnamon chips. So neat!@Nicajeanie:
Beautiful projects! The Santa hat is really great! The little wreath on there makes it look very classic. @Linakins:
Pozole! I worked at a school that had mostly Mexican employees/kids and I loved when I went there because they were ALWAYS having awesome potlucks in the break room. One of my favorite foods I discovered was Pozole and now you've just make me hungry for some! I wonder if Mi Pueblo sells it premade at their food counter...@Inselaeffchen:
What a fabulous mug rug!@Mistress Jennie:
ELEVEN projects!? Way to give Gryffindor a boost!! You've been on a kick! Your charm bracelets are always so often. If I ever do a swap with you I am going to specifically request a Christmas bracelet! Lol...so festive!@Avesthel:
Beautiful mitts! They look so comfy!@Moonflame:
Angora! So fuzzy and comfy and warm looking! You did a great job!
Yea...that just took a while. Gryffindor points have been updated in the Common Room
! So have HoM and MS classrooms! Maybe I'll upload some of my own projects later. Lol.