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Topic: 50 Projects 2010-CLOSED--Join us in the 50 Projects 2011  (Read 616506 times)
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« Reply #140 on: December 31, 2009 10:52:05 AM »

ageddert - an etch-a-sketch laptop cozy sounds brilliant!  I can't wait to see it!  Did you see one somewhere?
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« Reply #141 on: December 31, 2009 11:08:06 AM »

I sometimes think that when you are super busy, you actually get more done because you have to watch your time...looks like you have a busy week ariethine!

I think I am going to spend this weekend organizing instead of crafting much (except I do have a few ATCs to finish!)..and a wallet to make and a purse to make, but that is all...

I don't think I could wrap my fabrics and put them on a bookshelf...I have a huge bookshelf now that holds about 36 clear storage containers of fat quarters...I think my large bins would work better if I did the suggested excel schedule and labeled my bins...I think I will then put the list on a clipboard and hang it next to my bulletin board...If I had a list, I really wouldn't need to worry about what type of fabric was in each bin--just look for the bin...I will let you know how that works out...thanks for the ideas...I wonder if there was some way I could attach a small piece of the fabric onto my list...(sorry--thinking out loud!)
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« Reply #142 on: December 31, 2009 12:40:18 PM »

ageddert - an etch-a-sketch laptop cozy sounds brilliant!  I can't wait to see it!  Did you see one somewhere?

I don't know if this is the same one, but I have this one on my wist:
http://blog.betzwhite.com/2008/08/sketchy-maclaptop.html
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« Reply #143 on: December 31, 2009 12:56:23 PM »

I also wrapped 1/2 yard + fabric around the comic book boards this year. Scraps and fat quarters went into clear totes, by color. Everything is organized in rainbow order.  Grin
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« Reply #144 on: December 31, 2009 01:01:20 PM »

My thanks to everyone who has posted lists for me to steal borrow ideas from. There have been so many great ideas posted and it will help me keep busy, since I plan on trying to quit smoking (again) next week!

I quit smoking 13 years ago after smoking for 21 years........the final way I quit...... I took the word "trying" out of my sentence! You can do it and you can also claim that as a completed project!!  Cheesy

Thank you so much! And thanks to eveyone else to. My dh is a smoker and many of our friends are too, so not much offline support.

Next week I will be quiting smoking!
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« Reply #145 on: December 31, 2009 04:14:13 PM »

I've had lots of time on my hands for the past two weeks because business at work came to a grinding halt during the holiday season. This morning I made a pair of earrings to go with my outfit for tonight. I hope I keep up the makin' rhythm!
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« Reply #146 on: December 31, 2009 04:15:40 PM »

Good luck to all quitting smoking!

I did this in 2008 and was pleasantly surprised to find how many different kinds of crafts I do.  Looking forward to 2010!

Just moved into an enormous new house and some of my projects will be decorating and creating new spaces -- including an enormous craft room that needs new molding, a decent paint job, curtains, containers, work stations...

Building a garden from scratch, which should be a lot of fun.

Rehabbing a rescued $5 sewing machine and cabinet.

And tons of projects I can't yet imagine, from stashed fabric, yarn, buttons -- even bones!

Looking forward to sharing with you all this coming year!

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« Reply #147 on: December 31, 2009 05:06:47 PM »

I'm just using my post here to keep track of everything I complete, the WIPs, and the projects I hope to get started on eventually (it's easy to forget a good idea sometimes, so this is kind of like a reverse wish-list). Lots of things carrying over from my 2009 list because I had more ideas than I could realistically take on...And this year will hopefully be the same...

Trying to get to 50 total:
#    Project
1.  ATCs: 4 ATCs for AFA "Queerious" swap, 4 Purple ATCs for AFA swap, extras from that, several cards in AFA art-a-Thons, 4 for racky for IYP 15, x-stitched letters (5/26), 3 for Ongoing ATC Swap, ATCs of gentlemanly woodland animals with mustaches, 7 counting-crows
2. knitting loom: learned basics of use and few different stitches, and a couple ways to cast on and bind off. completed flat panel with Ugly Duckling handspun, 1 set of multi-striped legwarmers, a crazy-daisy, a scarf, celestial confetti curtain
3. Hunter S. Thompson mini-binder
4. something useful out of cereal boxes/paperboard: so far made floss bobbins, ATC backgrounds, clock wheels, and mock-ups of box patterns including explosion box, a set of inchies
5. attend at least one large crafty gathering: went to CHA in Anaheim and met some awesome craftsterers! also met up with some in May and September!
6.  experiment with corespinning (big fail, but plied and it's ok now)
7.  yarniness: 2 magic yarn balls; plastic bag yarn
8.  altered art pages - completed 3 pages for Illustrate My Favorite Story Swap and one for Art Journal Swap
9.  "Art of Living" round robin altered book - completed 1 spread, had Ma Rut and rackycoo also complete spreads for me
10.  Nintendo Duck Hunt cross-stitch
11.  'Shizzle' x-stitch
12.  1st-time cooking-from-scratch endeavors: pesto, fritatta muffins
13.  painting/dyeing: stenciled and bleach-painted Craftster shirt, stamped over a stained t-shirt, and dyed buttons multiple shades of purple
14.  grandparents' anniversary projects (mini photo album and cross-stitched pillow)
15.  flippy album from this tute
16.  angora- harvested off bunnies while grooming, spun on drop spindle, and knit into swatch and i-cord
17.  clothing recon: tshirt for work
18.  successfully organized a Craftster swap - Ongoing ATC Swap March round
19.  felting and fulling: started as a hat, now it's a "vessel". succeeded with another one. tried needle-felting (big big fail but people tell me it's the needle's fault  Wink)
20.  mixed media summer garland
21. custom x-stitch for metal vyxin
22.  experiment with liquid polymer clay
23.   knit wrap
24.   4x4 chunky pages
25.  foldy book from this tute
26.  woven accordian card
27.  halloweenish handspun
28.  handspin orange batt from freestyle
29.  Readers Digest recon journals
30.  60s swingers handbound journal
31.  Madam Will You Talk recon journal
32.  painted lined journal
33.  foreign text accordion
34.  mini-book for LGBTQ OTT swap
35.  paper flowers joined with brads
36.  hand-carded some pre-processed fiber to blend it
37.  perpetual calendar
38.  book for Tiny Book Swap
39.  handbound junque journal
40.  try learning basics of crochet from grandma
41.  shisha/mirrored embroidery
42.  altered puzzle
43.  swap journal
44.  buttons: my first wire tree of life, and an abstract ornament
45.  projects for STS Holiday Swap
46.  photobooks for stepsisters
47.  2nd handbound junque journal
48.  learned different altered art techniques: beeswax with tissue paper, melting crayons and removing the wax for background, embroidery on paper, found poetry, layered backgrounds, stamping with household objects
49.  Filled recon journal and did "small" item for Journal for a Month Swap
50.  felted stone rug
51.  2 page-a-day calendars for craftaddiction

To Do:
-   another ATC display/book
-   some opulent fiber/needlework to display in an embroidery hoop. maybe a mandala?
-   dismantle interactive pop-up book and recreate the mechanisms myself in a project
-   craft something related to Sword of Truth books
-   create CN photobook
-   create a sampler with "Stitch Magic" book ideas and other techniques as practice for finishing the Klimt tapestry
-   altered storybook
-   advent calendar altered book
-   set of envelopes with button-and-string closure
-   cigar box shrine
-   take a handspinning class, or at least get some tips in person
-   metal embossing
-   fabric-covered floss bobbins
-   stop-smoking cigarette-style box
-   woven button coaster or similar project
-   re-create this shrine structure
-   steampunk cuff
-   tapestry cross-stitch
-   create WRAP in a book
-   spin "cottage living" batt from freestyle
-   alphabet photo inchies
-   button flowers like this, this, or this, stick 'em in an old salt shaker
-   felted corset belt from ravelry
-  create something with rainbow roving from ptarmic wumpus

WIPs:
-   blank scrapbook cookbook
-   contributing to Queercraft blog
-   "Sins, Vices and Confessions" book project - finishing insides; redo cover
-   plarn woven rug
-   steampunk balloon art - need old fuses
-   a snuggie - arms semi-attached
-   velvet panel dress -need to sew over fusible web seams and take in/darts
-   healing/creative process book
-   x-stitch sign for my door
-   "Angel from Montgomery" project - 2 pages done
-   Bob Dylan x-stitch - out of motivation
-   Klimt tapestry - 90% of continental stitches finished
-   Santa Cruz scrapbook-skirt -lots of embroidery finished
-   update parents' vacation scrapbook (ongoing)
-   touch-up PA and CN photos - a few done
-   altered journal (ongoing)
-   finish mini-quilt
-   add musical animals collages to other artwork
-   inner child altered book
-   starry night embroidered skirt
 -  4-elements knitted blanket - finished "earth", "fire" and "water", working on "air", need to do borders
-   card wallet
-  knitted carrying case like this - did a prototype
-   slide lampshade
-   olive art nouveau cross-stitch
-   Shelbe cross-stitch
-   SoulCollage deck (ongoing)
-   Soul-Journaling exercises (ongoing)
-   junque journal 1
-   Teesha Moore panels for CAL
-   scrapbook for vintage photos
-   texture stamps on wooden blocks
-   redo memory quilt
-   "Into the Unknown" altered book
-   tiny hoop tree ornaments
-   deck of altered playing cards
-   mustache ATC assortment
-   striped Halloween scarf
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« Reply #148 on: December 31, 2009 07:29:54 PM »

The best part about putting it down here is that it makes it more real.  I'm more inclined to actually finish some of my projects if it's in writing, kind of like a contract with myself.
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« Reply #149 on: December 31, 2009 07:36:56 PM »

I'm curious, are most people putting things on their lists of supplies that are already in their stash? I think most of mine are, I'm really really going to try and use a good chunk of my stash up this year that way I stop getting the evil looks from the man
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