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 on: October 21, 2017 06:52:53 PM 
Started by KarenLouiseM - Last post by KarenLouiseM
Started out as the Very Hungry Caterpillar, altered for the Vintage Halloween Swap.  I was swapping with the mega-talented Rackycoo, and really struggled with what to make her.  If she liked it half as much as I liked what I got, it's a win  Grin!

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 on: October 21, 2017 06:37:25 PM 
Started by KarenLouiseM - Last post by KarenLouiseM
Made this for my partner in the 12 days of Christmas swap last year.  The first 12 day cards were the tags on her gifts so she'd know what to open.  The base is an old cigar box and the back opens to hold the cards.  (Don't know why they are sideways - sorry!)



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 on: October 21, 2017 06:30:45 PM 
Started by KarenLouiseM - Last post by KarenLouiseM
Made these for my partner in the 12 days of Christmas swap last year (I'm a little slow getting it posted  Wink).  She had twin boys, so I made two.  One has planes and one has cars.  I wanted them to accommodate toys that were safe for little ones; but, could later work for matchbox size toys.  The strip of fabric that matches the back is a set of pockets that holds the toys and then it can all be rolled up small to take along.  I'm not much of a seamstress, so felt pretty good about these!





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 on: October 21, 2017 06:09:03 PM 
Started by KarenLouiseM - Last post by KarenLouiseM


Made this for my partner in the Mini 13 days of Halloween swap.  There is a sheet of Halloween related activities that can be cut up and put in each box, to open one per day.  She had a 4 year old, so I tried to think of activities a 4 year old would enjoy (pick out a pumpkin, eat a Halloween treat, do a Halloween craft, say "boo" to everyone you see today, etc.)  Something about countdown calendars I really like :-)

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 on: October 21, 2017 05:33:29 PM 
Started by rockingbearranch - Last post by curiousfae
from irid3sc3nt
imaginary/mythical creature letter J- Jorogumo
i love the graphic of this flapper girl melded with a very large spider body. more than a little disconerting.


and for animal dressed like a human
another fun graphic on this one too. this snake head fits perfect with the guitar player. the atc is call 'shredding like a snake'. fun little play on words... snake shed their skin and a rocker shreds on the guitar. ha! love it.



from thanate - this is from her 4.5 yo. both sides decorated in the spirit of halloween! nice job!



from thanate- this eerie little sketch with a very spooky request. you wouldn't catch me dead (ha) in this cemetery at night!


thanks so much gals! nice additions to my collection.

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 on: October 21, 2017 02:12:56 PM 
Started by GatorWrangler - Last post by Onyxnox
OK, here are mine - the candy canes are done already...

Spiral beaded candy canes - 3 each of red and green.  I made them for me, but that's not to say I can't make more.  They are about 3 inches long.


These are the Frosty the Snowman ornaments.  They are about 4 inches, polyfil stuffed, stamped fabric - this is a set I made already for someone else, and I will be making a different set for this swap - with a couple of different colours ink on the fabric, and maybe different pattern.


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 on: October 21, 2017 12:24:48 PM 
Started by LovelyMiss - Last post by Calabaza
Prompt:  September Star Wars
Team: Randomizer
Bonus Points: Community, WIP It, Brain Power,
Project Name: Added Pockets
Project Link: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=453441
Brief Description: I made this galaxy (far, far way) print dress last round, but, towards the end of summer, I decided to try and add pockets to it. I remembered reading a blog post about adding inseam pockets to store-bought garments, but the blog no longer existed when I went back to check it! So, I winged it. It was pretty easy, just tiny seam allowances at the side seam. I didn't finish adding them in the summer round, but I spent at least 30 minutes working on getting them done this round.
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Prompt:  September Superheroes
Team: Randomizer
Bonus Points: Community, WIP It
Project Name: more added pockets
Project Link: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=453441
Brief Description: I finished the galaxy dress's pockets first then used what I learned to complete the ones on this black (widow) version.
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Prompt: October Props
Team: Randomizer
Bonus Points: WIP It
Project Name: Kaylee pattern weights
Project Link:
Brief Description: I had some of a fat quarter of the parasol print fabric left over, so I chopped out a rectangle for a pattern weight last round and had the felt for the strawberry ready to go. This round, I finished them up. In Firefly, Kaylee uses a parasol prop and eats strawberries.
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 on: October 21, 2017 11:44:01 AM 
Started by irid3sc3nt - Last post by crafty-becky
I received my ott from tattooedcrafter yesterday. It's such a cool scene! I love it! Thanks so much tc!!! My themes were: Haunted houses, carved pumpkins, witches, & ghosts. She put them all in this scene!


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 on: October 21, 2017 08:31:56 AM 
Started by crafterdark - Last post by crafterdark


This project, which I'm calling Church Tongue, took quite awhile as it was my first stitching on linen.  My eyes are bleeding from all the counting and recounting.  I am not a delicate effing flower that's for sure after all that.  Looking forward to some aida based stitching on something new tonight, but I'm pleased with how this turned out (except my randomly good/bad french knots-I mean why do I bother?). 

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 on: October 21, 2017 06:33:50 AM 
Started by Juliemadden - Last post by Juliemadden
So i decided to turn my curtains boho with this crochet lace i got at the dollarstore. I made the tassels. Some of them fell apart. I hot glued the tassels onto the lace and then safety pinned the lace onto the curtains

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