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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

Christmas cards *in prg*
photoshoot for xmas picture gift

overdye crochet doily top dark blue
use marbled paper in framed art
Bike inspired sculpture
Make another acrylic painting
Minimum 4 layer lino print

1. jewelry Fin 1/12
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
23. santa ornament Fin 2/22
24. 5 TM patches Fin 2/23
25. dye bleached shirt Fin 3/7
26. make photo emulsion screen Fin 3/7
27. inkodye goggle dog tshirt Fin 3/7
28. screen print DW shirt Fin 3/9
29. traffic cone ami Fin 3/16
30. baby dress Fin 3/16
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33. TM patches Fin 4/1
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39. seahawks shirt for mom Fin 4/13
40. Tiki pillows Fin 4/19
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42. phoomph cards Fin 4/23
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
66 - 76. 10 TM bags for etsy shop Fin 10/15
77. fiber wrap necklace Fin 10/20
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 item Fin 11/22
82. bear hat for Kylie Fin 11/23
83. brain slug headband Fin 11/23
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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..

« Reply #129 on: January 02, 2014 07:34:45 AM »

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