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 71 
 on: November 17, 2017 10:27:44 AM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by Mistress Jennie
I like making things for friends.  I like making things for babies.  And I really like making things for the babies of good friends.  These were made for the new babies of our very own Abbeeroad, who just welcomed twin girls into the world.  I wanted to do something that would coordinate, but not depend on the other to be wearing the matching outfit.  So if one little lady spits up all over hers, her sister still looks stylin' in hers.  I found a retro font in my library, and set up the text in the Silhouette software, then cut them from glitter heat transfer vinyl.  I've played with several types of htv, and the glitter seems to adhere the best, and wear well over repeated washings and dryings.


 72 
 on: November 17, 2017 09:43:16 AM 
Started by Wildfyre - Last post by phoenixfiredesigns
We've had some lovely weather this week so we played hooky and took a few hours off to visit Busch Gardens Tampa! Here's a sneak of some of the animals we saw.










 73 
 on: November 17, 2017 08:38:18 AM 
Started by GatorWrangler - Last post by RaraAvis
I received my last ornament form edelC! It's hard to get a good picture of him, but he is soooo cute in person!


He will be a wonderful addition to my tree! Thanks so much edelC!!!!!

 74 
 on: November 17, 2017 05:55:27 AM 
Started by Smmarrt - Last post by alwaysinmyroom
ha ha ha I was hoping you remembered our tiny scrap challenge!!!  You know I will never forgive you for my inability to throw out the tiniest of scraps now!!  As of a matter of fact, I need to take a picture of one of my plastic bins that I use to hold my tiny hoard of scraps...lol

To make the new "fabric", I used water soluble interfacing that is used for embroidery. You take a piece of muslin or other cloth and lay your tiny pieces all over...throw on some thread, some yarn, etc. until it is totally covered. Cover it with the interfacing and then stitch the heck out of it on top...all directions in whatever random pattern you like or a grid...whatever...soak the piece in the sink to wash away the interfacing...some pieces might fall off if you didn't catch them in the stitching, but that's ok...if it bothers you, you can stitch it again, just lay another piece of interfacing in the spot...

I use these to make journal covers and as backgrounds for prayer flags and fabric journal pages...




 75 
 on: November 17, 2017 05:05:07 AM 
Started by SonjaBoo - Last post by SonjaBoo
Woo-hoo! We have such a good crew of swappers!  Kiss

There's no telling how much snarky goodness will come out of this swap...


 76 
 on: November 17, 2017 03:46:14 AM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by edelC
Two more for me

Class/Challenge/House Pride: SOAR
SPEW: it was made while volunteering, I was teaching a craft class to refugees.
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: notebooks
Project Page Link (if available):
Brief Description: (how it fits the requirements, pattern/techniques/recipe used, any fun tips, etc.) We made some hand bound notebooks, from simple and donated materials. I made one as a demonstration during the class and they made lots too. it was fun. I will be teaching them for 6 weeks, we did paper beads and made earrings the first week. Potato prints onto fabric for next week (any ideas of cheap and satisfying crafts, that don't need a lot of materials, but can be done in two hours-gratefully received!
Project Picture:


The one I made, the covers are discarded scraps from waterproof material made for boat covers. The paper inside is standard photo copy paper, buttons and yarn,
 all stitched no glue.


 77 
 on: November 17, 2017 03:31:14 AM 
Started by LovelyMiss - Last post by storerboughtcreations
Prompt: November - Vendor Room
Team: multimedia
Bonus Points:
Project Name: Hat 1
Project Link: (if available)
Brief Description: This pattern is very pretty, and I plan to make more of these hats in the future. I think in a solid color, the pattern will pop more. This yarn is 100% cotton, and was purchased specifically to make these hats.
Project Picture:




Prompt: November - Meet & Greets
Team: multimedia
Bonus Points:
Project Name: hat 2
Project Link: (if available)
Brief Description: This is the second hat I made in the same pattern. Both of these hats were made for our neighbor. Two of her friends were recently diagnosed with cancer, and she wanted hats made for her friends. I was more than happy to oblige. I will be handing these to our neighbor in person tomorrow.
Project Picture:



 78 
 on: November 16, 2017 08:49:03 PM 
Started by Smmarrt - Last post by kbrison
The happy mail envelope and goodies I received from AIMR.

I love everything but to understand just how funny the last photo is and how very happy it made me you'd have to know some of the back story behind it. AIMR and I first became acquainted through the Quilt Block Swaps so, obviously, we both love quilts and we each have a ton of fabric scraps. Through the years we've exchanged many quilt blocks but we've also joked about our scrap hoarding and how we use them. I've sent her a starter kit for a Crumb quilt block (using fabric pieces as small as 9/16" square) and she's sent me a coaster set using very narrow strips left from some of her projects. This year my happy mail package to her included note cards displaying quilt block patterns using very small paper scraps, so she's retaliated by sending me material she's fabricated from infinitesimally tiny scraps of fabric and thread. I think she's won this round of one-upmanship! It certainly had me laughing! Now I just need to decide whether to frame the pieces or convert them into something else . . . maybe a small pouch?

 79 
 on: November 16, 2017 07:46:00 PM 
Started by GatorWrangler - Last post by kbrison
I've received a yarn star from Acadian Driftwood. I can't be positive but it looks like she used a gold-printed paper from India that I sent her in an earlier swap as the center on  this side and another paper I sent her as the base for the other side. How fun!

Then edelC spoiled me by including candy bars with my Viking gnome. I love the gnome's multiple braids! DH and I did the DNA genealogy tests earlier this year and learned that our Irish ancestors showed traces of Scandinavian lineage, so I'm guessing that means we carry the blood of Vikings in our veins. Perfect year to add a Viking to our tree!

Thank you both!

 80 
 on: November 16, 2017 05:22:39 PM 
Started by Wildfyre - Last post by Alexampersandra
It's NaNoWriMo! Which means Baranof has spent a good deal of time watching me write. (Not as much as I'd like... as you can see on the graph, our word count is considerably lower than the goal line!)



Don't worry... we have some actual adventures coming up soon. In the meantime... back to writing!  Grin

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