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 51 
 on: January 11, 2018 06:50:23 PM 
Started by fluffypants - Last post by fluffypants
I was in the Secret Santa swap this past December, and noticed that fishstix43 had requested tie dye t-shirts. Now, I've wanted to try tie dying again as I'd read up on some techniques since the last time I'd tried. So, my brain goes "hey, someone wants a tie dye shirt! I should make... one..."

Which turned into 17+ tie dye projects over two nights.

I kept this one Smiley



This one was for my niece's birthday:



I sent these two to fishstix43:





I bought a couple of unlabeled scarves at the thrift store, and they held dye in incredibly different ways:





Also picked up a handful of bandanas to practice on, one of the heart ones went to fishstix as well:











And of course, more shirts!











I had so much fun making all of these and am itching for a chance to do it again. I'll be scouring the thrift stores and sale racks for cool pieces to dye!

 52 
 on: January 11, 2018 04:44:28 PM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by smileyyogini
I wrestled this beautiful ornament package from the postal worker guarding it on their back shelf today. But its worth it! So adorable! Thank you , Chrmisha!


 53 
 on: January 11, 2018 03:34:46 PM 
Started by patty_o_furniture - Last post by patty_o_furniture


As I understand it, three owners of our newish house have left up this laundry room:  Quilt like stripes painted on the walls and foam sheets cut into tshirts hanging on clothes pins, and random miniature sink, long mirror.  But it just wasn't our style.  Previous owners had ten kids, so I can imagine another sink would be welcome, but we don't need a baby sink.  Maybe if it was a deep utility sink it would be different, but it had to go.  In its place we put our new mudroom!  ....only a year in the works.  Embarrassed





We started with demo of the old sink and working the pipes back into the wall.


Took out the old cabinets that wouldn't let us have the pedestals for our washer and dryer.


Mirror and shelves came down.  Primed and painted.  Granite Gray.


Found some cabinets that would fit better with our pedestals, but I wanted white.


Started a build in place bench, so it would fit perfectly to the sink size already cut into the floor.  That's all DH, I'm just the painter.


Starting the back wall.


Finished!





and with everything in my house, a little Harry Potter flair.


I love it!

 54 
 on: January 11, 2018 03:20:20 PM 
Started by patty_o_furniture - Last post by patty_o_furniture
There's a fun meme that has cats of all sizes trying to fit into things called "if I fits I sits".  We've got cats and we end up saying it all the time when our weirdos try to get into tight shapes.  Well I took this and flipped it for an occamy.  Occamys are known to be choranaptyxic, meaning they grow or shrink in order to fit available space.  In Fantastic Beasts we see one fill a whole attic and then shrink down to fit in a teapot.  Thus, if they sit they will fit hehe.

Made this pic with my new blending pens and vinyl cut words, about a 5X7.  First time I've used the pens, so I'll do better with practice, but a fun trial run.





randomly googled cute meme

 55 
 on: January 11, 2018 12:39:23 PM 
Started by kwality570 - Last post by thanate
I claim Smeddley for the MH doll (is she one of the big sisters line they had for about twenty seconds??) & the remaining crochet pie.

first claim this swap, due Jan 19


I'm in MD & we have a cat, but no other standard allergens.

List 2.0:

Hand-bound books, 1/claim:

interriors:

A) green & blue w/ bright pages
B) lavender wallpaper w/ scrappy pages
C) fake leaf & felt w/ button closure, alternating pink & white signatures
D) pirate piano-bound w/ watercolor distressed edges

Bead Embroidered doll-scale cameo necklaces, 2/claim:

(that's 1/4" wide ribbon)

belt pouch, 1/2 claim:

Slightly used w/ slits at the back to thread on a ren faire style belt, closes by winding the ribbon in a figure 8 around the buttons.

cuff bracelets, 1/claim:


Claim as Red, Wide gray, or dragonfly

Craft books, 1 per claim:

The Complete Candlemaker
Making Creative Cloth Dolls
Sculpture in Paper (this is a very odd book)
Gourd Pyrography


Patterns, 6 per claim, mix & match between photos as you'd like
All uncut unless otherwise specified.


B6831 XS-S-M
B6694 6-8-10
Vogue 7801 8-10-12
S9033 sizes 8-18



B6593 12-14-16
Butterick P412 12-14-16
B6630 12-14-16
S8375 12-14-16


S7761 men's XS-XL
S5974 XS-XL
S8735 10-12-14
S7006 12-14-16-18


S8725 size 10-12-14, some pieces cut to size 10
B5796 maternity 16-24, leggings only cut to size 16


M2053 infant
M6303 infant
M6223 infant, diaper cover cut to preserve all sizes
S4243 XXS-L infant, some pieces cut but all lines preserved


S5874 1/2-1-2
S7189 1/2-1-2-3-4
B4966 1-2-3 cut to preserve all sizes


M9603 cut to size 1
S7617 cut to size 2
S9854 cut to size 2

Random things:


1/2 claim each:
cloth baby version of the Odyssey (specify stuffed pages or not)
23+ yards discontinuous random pink trim, some faded
jar of old watches (need steampunk bits??)
lovely crochet & embroidered hems from vintage pillowcases (1 claim for both, or 1/2 claim for 1)


Fake pearl & crochet lace garland 10+ yards, 1 claim

Clay bits:


Misc oddments:
round bits with leaf & seed head imprints, 2/claim: green, brown, or blue w/ holes for hanging (sort of intended as a tiny windchime top)
Star ornaments, 2/claim
large clay shape (I was thinking perhaps of weaving something off it?) 1 claim
small clay shape (no idea, but maybe it speaks to you?) 1/2 claim
dark glazed small vase or bobby pin holder, 1 claim



Chunky buttons!  3/claim (made in sets of 6-12, so you may not get exactly the ones pictured here)  Claim as heart, bell, tree, duck, 4-hole, blue butterfly or green butterfly, dark teacups or light teacups.

Grab bags, 1 claim each:

Papercraft stamps: a snack-sized sandwich bag stuffed full of vintage stamps (mostly USPS, pre-1980s)

Papercraft collage bits: a quart size ziplock full of small paper & mixed media to collage with (stamps, puzzle pieces, cool craft fair business cards, small scraps of fancy papers, little bits of novelty yarn, whatever turns up...)

Crazy quilt: flat-rate sized envelope of cotton print bits anywhere from 2" square to fat quarters.

 56 
 on: January 11, 2018 12:28:59 PM 
Started by kwality570 - Last post by Smeddley
I claim Kwality for yarn color 5 (greys, dusty pinks, and purples)

Claims I have made: 1
Claims made from me: 0
Claims I have mailed: 0
My remaining claims: 2

Anything coming from my house will probably have dog hair, it gets EVERYWHERE.  

Choose 1 Item:

Crochet One-Eyed Monster


Set of Leaf... coasters? Decorations?  


Crocheted Dragons:

L - Multi-colored mini dragon with spines down the back
M - Large yellow dragon POUCH with zippered bottom
R - Baby pink dragon

Tangle Kit -  a pattern book and dice to roll for a random pattern.  Disclaimer: these are not all official tangles, some I found on the internet and some I made up.  You will get the book (it's a 4"x6" photo book) and two dice (a D20 and D10).

Also note: I will email you the pdf of the tangles if that's all you want, no charge!  Just shoot me a pm with your email address!

Trillium Bags - Small triangle shaped bags, perfect for small presents or dice!


Rubbish craft book
I claimed this a few years ago, and have made everything I want out of it and... need more room on my pattern book shelf.


Afghan (made by someone else) approx 3' x 5', granny rectangle pattern


Lot of Fun Fur:


3 Yds Tan Corduroy Fabric:


1 Yd Red Hat Fabric:


Stamp Lot:



Choose 2 Items:

Quilted Card Kit:


Scrap Buddies Dog Toys - made from jeans and other recycled materials, stuffed with new polyfill and a squeaker!



Claim as Mustache, Tiny Brown, or Tiny Green
Large is about 7 1/2" x 6" (not including legs and arms)
Smalls are about 4 1/2" x 6"
Quilted card kit, 0.5 pts


Dolls for Customizing - I thought I was going to do this, because my friend got into it, then she stopped, and I lost interest, and wow, I can't believe how many I bought... All dolls are very articulated, the Liv Dolls have interchangeable/removable hair and also have jointed ankles, which the MH and other doll do not (they have the old "Barbie on her toes" pose).

Unknown? She is jointed like a MH doll but obviously bigger
Liv Doll #1 "Pretty in Pink" (no wig cap) - Liv Doll #2 "Naked and Face Paint" (someone obviously had started a customization? She has some marking on her face)
Liv Doll #3 "Naked and Bald" (no wig cap)

Cross-Stitch Fabric

Top, L-R:
"CSF 1" - Unopened 20" x 27" 28 Evenweave Brown
"CSF 2" - Approx 28"x36" piece of 18 ct off-white
"CSF 3" - 18" x 27" 32 Ct Belfast Cream
"CSF 4" - 10+ pieces approx 2.5" x 8" 18 ct off-white (perfect for bookmarks?)
Bottom row (L to R)
"CSF 5" - 13" x 18" 18 ct Brown
"CSF 6" - 12" x 18" 14 ct Brown
"CSF 7" - 12" x 18" 28 ct linen cream
"CSF 8" - 12" x 14" 18 ct Brown
"CSF 9" - 8" x 12" 28 ct linen cream
"CSF 10" - 14" x 18" 28 ct linen cream

Pearl beads and necklace (I bought these for a costume I'll never make)



Lot of felt, red and green


Mug Rugs: Kitty, 2 off-white, Leaf





Crochet Pies (L has been claimed, only the one on the R is available!)


Lego Minifigs

L-R: Faun, Gladiator, Robot, Ghost

Choose 4 Items:

Pattern:


ATCs


Claim as left, middle, or right


Claim as top left or top right (bottom no longer available)

Ami Ghost


Sonic Screwdriver


Thimbles - (Simplicty* - it is broken is is free with any thimble claim!)



Top, L to R: St Louis, Woman, Rdo de Granada, Isle of Skye, Birds, Brussels
Bottom, L to R: Jamaica, Red Squirrel, Baltimore, Blue Birds, Simplicity*

Patterns:

Butterick 6711 size 6-8-10
Butterick 6744 size 12-14-16
(not pictured, it was in the same bag as previous) Simplicity 8652
Simplicty 7303 Size A
Butterick 6682 size 12-14-16Butterick 6672 size 6-8-10
Simplicity 5664 size 16
Simplicity 5715 size R (14-16-18)
Simplicty 5193 size 16
McCall's 4288 size B


McCall's 2960 size 16-18-20
Butterick 6966 size L-XL
Butterick 3903 size 14-16-18
See&Sew 4953 size b (16-24)
McCall's 2709 size 16-18-20
Simplicity 9574 size 16
(not pictured) Simplicity 6036 size 16
Butterick 6320 size 16

 57 
 on: January 11, 2018 11:59:03 AM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by edelC
woohoo look at me with fast internet back. I have been going crazy with speeds of, wait for it...0.5meg. Arrgh, but the Mr internet fixer arrived today. 44meg baby

And I baked something, it was simple, but it is the closest thing I have gotten to a craft in weeks. So here you go (delicious, easy, no equipment needed)

Class/Challenge/House Pride: Head Mistress challenge Dec

House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: chocolate orange shortbread
Project Page Link (if available): n/a
Brief Description: from Jamie Olivers 15 minute meals. I am currently treating myself with lots of carbs, chip butties, crisp butties, bread of all description. But I was craving something home baked, so this was fast and easy. From this recipe. https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/chocolate-recipes/chocolate-orange-shortbread/ I didn't bother melting chocolate chips separately, I just put them on top when the shortbread came out of the oven and smooshed them a bit when they melted. There are both dark and light chips on here.


Project Picture: )

 58 
 on: January 11, 2018 07:18:49 AM 
Started by alwaysinmyroom - Last post by TheMistressT
Audio, you are the Cricut Master! Wow. I really, REALLY need to dig my up and figure it out. Sooooo much cool stuff can be made with these cutting machines!

YEY Year of the Dog! It's my year, too. I made it by just 4 days! I made this "meme" thingy for Delia's figure skating outfit for funsies! (not counting as a craft, of course)


 59 
 on: January 11, 2018 06:22:59 AM 
Started by lindyv321 - Last post by lindyv321


I stitched these up for the Ongoing Hoopla Along. This months theme was happy and they look like happy little foxes!

I used digital designs from Le Petite Market on Etsy for the patterns. Thanks for turning me on to them kittykill!!!

 60 
 on: January 11, 2018 06:19:09 AM 
Started by kittykill - Last post by lindyv321
Here are my happy hoops for this month

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