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« Reply #830 on: January 15, 2010 05:42:34 PM »

The globe is awesome!!
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« Reply #831 on: January 15, 2010 07:35:01 PM »

I have to join in. I loved this craftalong when I spotted it last november, but I was fairly sure that 50 projects were not going to work anymore. Besides numerous health problems, I was just not that fast. But this year I'm planning to join in and set the standards high. I want to complete 100 projects. Too entusiastic maybe. And I only have made a list of 60+ items, which I probably won't follow in the end and make up other projects along the way.

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1. American McGee's Cheshire Cat scarf. I forgot to take pictures of the finished products, because I did an allnighter to finish it. And seemed to have fried my brains in the process. and gave it away as a present.
2. Mini Bacon tophat.
Same here. but I will hunt my friends down for pictures.
3. Blue button sweater. Done, but I want to adjust it.
4. Koi carp patch. as soon as the camera is working again I will make pictures.
5. A way to use the koi patch.
6. Organization XIII coat Axel for a friend.
7. Infinity dress for myself.
8. Birthdaypresent: Legend of Zalda messenger bag.
9. Refurnishing the chairs for the diningtable.
10. Finishing my "computer" bag, a bag with computerparts that is.
11. Winter set for my boyfriend.
12. Shikishi for my friend with mountains or kois or something like that.
13. A pleather pencilskirt for myself.
14. A mummy plushie.
15. Learn to crochet properly.
16. Make an amigurumi.
17. Make a sockmonkey.
18. Birthdaypresent: DS case for my brother.
19. Make a coat with the purple wool I already bought.
20. Hearthstone pillows
21. Make a Murloc plushie.
22. Make a murloc costume.
23. Make a black and red dragon curtain for my dad's kitchen.
24. Make a corset for myself.
25. Make a camera case.
29. Make a scoodie.
30. X-men 1992 cartoon Beast costume.
31. Re-organize my crafting space.
32. Make a christmastree wall hanging.
33. Redecorate my fathers kitchen
34. Find a house and redecorate that.
35. Make a monsterplushie.
36. Make a circleskirt.
37. Make underwear.
38. Make reuseable sandwichwrappers.
39. Birthdaypresent: sewing toolbox for my sister.
40. Valentinepresent: Linen bag with wow goodies for bf
41. Go to a thriftstore and buy a closet and paint it.
42. Make pyama's for myself and my bf, whenever we can't sleep naked for some reason.
43. Make zombie armwarmers.
44. I want to felt something. A beret or something like that.
45. A big messenger sewing bag for school.
46. Learn to make kanzashi flowers.
47. Finish my school (I'm learning to be a dressmaker, so it's crafty.)
48. Using all of the patterns I've bought.
49. Make spats.
50. Make a new curtain for my room.
51. Make a doughnut backpack.
52. A platypus Perry stuffie.
53. Felted wool dryer balls. Just because I want to see if it works.
54. Make a fascinator.
55. Make other hair ornaments.
56. Make a Sylvanas pillow for a friend.
57. Design and make my own labels.
58. Make a pinup bag.
59. Make and sell stuff!!!
60. Finish my bunnybag.
61. Make a family tree quilt for my granparents.

Joining this craftalong also helps me destash, because I need to get some room in my room. 15 bins full of fabric in the smallest room in the house and I have to sleep there with my boyfriend is pretty crowded. Besides that I'm no longer allowed to buy stuff untill atleast 5 bins are empty. Tongue
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« Reply #832 on: January 15, 2010 08:33:39 PM »

I can't wait to see your Beast costume!
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« Reply #833 on: January 15, 2010 10:56:11 PM »

Slayer wallet = so rad

chalkboard globe = super cool.

pixieval, did you really crochet 3 dishcloths while watching Bones? I really need to figure out the crochet thing. It takes me for-ev-er to knit a single one!
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« Reply #834 on: January 15, 2010 11:49:41 PM »

papilionette I see a lot of things on your list that I already put on my list, Smiley but since we have SUCH great taste I think I'll snag a couple of yours that I hadn't thought of!!
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« Reply #835 on: January 15, 2010 11:55:23 PM »

I  keep working on things that I didn't even have on my list! Things I think of and say... "I'll just start that right now"... what is wrong with me?.... add it to the list. Cheesy
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« Reply #836 on: January 16, 2010 12:00:05 AM »

Oh, boy.  Here I am with my weekly update.  I've been looking at everyone's lists and project pictures and again am overwhelmed with all the talent out there.  I'm not doing so well as far as finishing anything myself, but am busy, busy, busy.  Seems I like to start things, but not finish them.
I have a couple of things to add to my list:
21.  organize inspirational altered puzzle project with friends for friend recently diagnosed with colon cancer
22.  father's day gift for hubby involving lots of photos of daughters and grand-daughter (another altered puzzle, but giant-sized)
23.  finish trout counted cross-stitch started years ago
24.  wacko multi-directional scarf with yarn leftovers

So, hubby and I are off to the woods tomorrow to get snowed in for 5 days, or so the weatherman tells us.  So I'm taking my sewing machine and felt and knitting needles and yarn, and I plan to work uninterrupted except for food.  No nasty exercise or phone calls or anything to distract me (well, maybe a book or two).  I hope that by my next post next Friday I can report a few things done!
Plea for help:  does anyone have an actual pattern for owl cable wrist warmers?  I've been trying to put a couple of patterns together but can't quite get it right, and am frustrated with trying to reinvent the wheel.  I saw the originals in a swap gallery.  Thanks.

  
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« Reply #837 on: January 16, 2010 12:23:49 AM »

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#54  Make an iron-on transfer t-shirt featuring a black and white capture of the old What's My Line? with John Daly, Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen, and Bennett Cerf.
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« Reply #838 on: January 16, 2010 12:38:20 AM »

52. A platypus Perry stuffie.

OH MY GOODNESS! I canNOT wait to see how this turns out! I heart Perry!
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« Reply #839 on: January 16, 2010 02:29:24 AM »

I've added a few things since I started my list... quite a few, but I think that I might add crochet with twine because I think we have some here. (I didn't want to pay 8$  per twine roll. No way. XP I'm gonna ask my dad if I can ahave it. :3
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