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« Reply #120 on: January 02, 2014 03:42:38 AM »

pollyprissypants  - that shawl looks so cosy! Also you take care with that back. hope you feel better soon.

I did manage another bit of baking yesterday. Since I tried a new technique (using the terracotta mould) and altered the recipie (it was a pre-mix that I part-made in the bread machine and finished by hand to which I added chorizo) I am goin to count this one.

Here is the in progress pic after I made the dough in the machine:

and whats the best way to rise the bread the 2nd time? why on my craft table under the halogen lamp while I knit!


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« Reply #121 on: January 02, 2014 04:26:12 AM »

I think I've been in a spot of denial about starting all over again, but here we are at a new year! My list, subject to changing at all times  Smiley

art quilt with hand printed fabrics
overdye crochet doily top dark blue
use marbled paper in framed art
Bike inspired sculpture
Make another acrylic painting
Minimum 4 layer lino print
Christmas cards
photoshoot for xmas picture gift

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2 - 14. 13 TM bags for shop Fin 2/15
15. doily bunting Fin 2/16
16. handcarved cork stamps Fin 2/16
17. washi tape cards Fin 2/17
18. gumball charm bracelet Fin 2/17
19. add lace to tshirt Fin 2/18
20. friendship bracelet for Sofie Fin 2/18
21. spoolman Fin 2/18
22. baby dos and don'ts cards Fin 2/22
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25. dye bleached shirt Fin 3/7
26. make photo emulsion screen Fin 3/7
27. inkodye goggle dog tshirt Fin 3/7
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30. baby dress Fin 3/16
31. baby bow headband Fin 3/16
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39. seahawks shirt for mom Fin 4/13
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43. screen printed shirts for lindy Fin 5/3
44. mini weaving for alwaysinmyroom Fin 5/25
45. ATCs A (spider) and S (sushi) for alwaysinmyroom - stumpwork! Fin 5/31
46. Clover twinchie - stumpwork! Fin 5/30
47. mushroom and beetle twinchie Fin 5/31
48. orange french knot pendant Fin 6/7
49. weaving experiments for Sarcastra Fin 6/7
50. Walking Dead hoopla Fin 6/15
51. thistle twinchie for Averia Fin 6/21
52. fungus/moss twinchie for Ludi Fin 8/3
53. poppy twinchie for erica_tattoos Fin 8/3
54. crochet fish rock necklace for Ludi Fin 8/4
55. eyeball pull-string bag for erica_tattoos Fin 8/9
56. a lot of crocheted river rocks Fin 8/16
57. Bird lady art doll for Ludi Fin 8/22
58. skully ticker tape art quilt for erica_tattoos Fin 8/27
59. Business card wallets x 8 Fin 9/1
60. xmas hat for Kylie Fin 9/2
61. doily vest for Kylie Fin 9/7
62. crochet black pixie hat for Grab a Coffee (OWS) Fin 9/11
63. hoopla for erica_tattoos (IYP) Fin 9/11
64. crochet cowl for anna.wahnsinn (OWS) Fin 9/14
65. embroidered pendant for Gma Marian Fin 9/17
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78. freeform crochet necklace Fin 11/2
79. felted tube w/bead detail necklace Fin 11/6
80. crochet baby tutu skirt Fin 11/13
81. iyp 27 Winged in Red for artsycandice Fin 11/22
82. bear hat for Kylie Fin 11/23
83. brain slug headband Fin 11/23
84. geometric embroidery necklace Fin 12/24
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« Reply #122 on: January 02, 2014 04:54:59 AM »

I've not yet managed to bake bread that is actually edible (crunchy on the outside, squishy on the inside, is how it seems to go Tongue) so if I ever do I'd definitely count that too. There is lots of tasty looking food showing up here.

Pollyprissypants I'm amazed at how quickly you managed to knit your cuffed cape -it does look really cosy.

Sheepblue - I'm looking forward to seeing your projects.

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« Reply #123 on: January 02, 2014 06:00:30 AM »

I posted sometime yesterday about working on some entrelac for the first time.  Way to start the new year!  Here's a photo of yesterday's progress!  Cheesy

Knitters - is it just me or does entrelac take up more yarn than regular knitting? 

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« Reply #124 on: January 02, 2014 06:12:11 AM »

The entrelac looks so cool!  I'm always jealous of those who do complex yarny things, but I just don't have the patience for it. 

I got off work early yesterday for the holiday and was able to spend probably 3 hours working on the WIP that has taken over my sewing table and must get cleared before real progress can be made.  It's a steampunk costume coat, but I found the coolest thing to help me get through it.  There's a YouTube channel called Professor Pincushion that does video sewing tutorials and she had one for that exact pattern!  (Just the tutorial is 2 hours long, if that gives you any idea how complex the coat is).  Just thought I'd mention it for anyone who has a hard time learning from reading pattern instructions.  She walks you through every step completely, so it'd be great for beginners.

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« Reply #125 on: January 02, 2014 06:18:35 AM »

Wowsies Ffrogg526! That looks so awesome!   Shocked


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« Reply #126 on: January 02, 2014 06:31:45 AM »

Wel, I'm not much for knitted items, but that scarf looks amazing!

And the bread looks yummy.

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« Reply #127 on: January 02, 2014 07:15:25 AM »

Knitters - is it just me or does entrelac take up more yarn than regular knitting? 

I love how your project is working out - just check out those subtle blocks of shade!  Wink  In answer to your questions, yes I does seem to take up more than just flat knitting does. It takes more yarn to get longer knitting than other knitting styles.

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« Reply #128 on: January 02, 2014 07:21:45 AM »

I need that cape pattern!!

Ffrogg--you have encouraged me to try entrelac...I purchased Noro yarn for a specific scarf project but have been intimidated to try it!  It looks gorgeous so far!

ok--you guys are killing me with food projects...I like the idea of counting it as a project if I am not familiar with the recipe or if it is baking something I have not tried...cooking is an art to me as I do not know much about it...hubby cooks and bakes most of our meals...

bushbaby...I spy your lovely yarn bowl!!  I use mine all the time...and for those who are envious, they were handmade by cinnamonteal!!!

I will update the lists page for all new joiners later this weekend...wow...love seeing the lists...

I have two things nearly done and will start casting on for my knitting projects..

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