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« Reply #2600 on: March 19, 2011 06:23:04 AM »

Here are my stenciled t-shirts that I made last night. Smiley

5. stenciled t-shirts for myself

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« Reply #2601 on: March 19, 2011 07:00:29 AM »

Poor Craftylittlemonkey, I hear you.

Alwaysinmyroom, I hardly consider that yarn hanger simple or easy. It would take me days to finish, simply because I have to keep stopping for one thing or another. Usually the boys.  Wink

Gorgeous crochet, love the mitts and the cowl especially.
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« Reply #2602 on: March 19, 2011 07:21:36 AM »

CLM, with freezer paper. Smiley

I LOVE that owl hair clip organizer. I have a clip organizer on my list for my DD that needs to be made.
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« Reply #2603 on: March 19, 2011 09:22:16 AM »

Everything looks fantastic!

Was that yarn holder originally intended for that purpose (pattern-wise), or did you repurpose the pattern?
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« Reply #2604 on: March 19, 2011 10:31:21 AM »


Guys, the projects in here are shaming me something fierce. I have GOT to do some work today! Cooperate kiddies, please! Let mama get organized! (I am perpetually followed by a chorus of "I'm hungry, I'm bored, I need to pee!" sigh)

I totally hear ya! Owen and Ian have been fighting on and off since they got up this morning. It got so bad that I was thinking that we might be getting thunderstorms today, and sure enough, the radar is all lit up to our west. My boys are human barometers.  Cheesy I have been working on a hat to send to "hats for hunger". So far, I have cast on the same hat three times.  Smiley
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« Reply #2605 on: March 19, 2011 11:26:17 AM »

I've noticed a lot of my friends, both crafters and non really don't like spring break since the kiddos don't seem to allow them to do anything. Now I know why my mother was so annoyed with us during summers. My sisters and brother could be rotten little kids at times.

By the way Craftalong, I need your help. Well those of you who have sewn a dog bed your self before.
Q: I am looking for durable fabric for my doggie bed 35x45, yet I don't want it too hot. Other wise my dogs wont sleep on it. Can anyone recommend anything?

I thought of a lighter weight of upholstery, while my husband said to layer cotton stretch jersey since they love to curl up in our hamper. (Dirty mutts. Tongue) We've had jersey sheets before and they gather holes too easily, but the dogs do seem to love our tshirts. I want something that will last and that they will use, but not too hot since we live in Arizona. Undecided Fleece and flannel is totally out of the question. HELP?
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« Reply #2606 on: March 19, 2011 11:33:12 AM »


By the way Craftalong, I need your help. Well those of you who have sewn a dog bed your self before.
Q: I am looking for durable fabric for my doggie bed 35x45, yet I don't want it too hot. Other wise my dogs wont sleep on it. Can anyone recommend anything?

I thought of a lighter weight of upholstery, while my husband said to layer cotton stretch jersey since they love to curl up in our hamper. (Dirty mutts. Tongue) We've had jersey sheets before and they gather holes too easily, but the dogs do seem to love our tshirts. I want something that will last and that they will use, but not too hot since we live in Arizona. Undecided Fleece and flannel is totally out of the question. HELP?

Maybe a brushed twill? So it'd be sturdy and soft?

Not getting anything done here. My Owen is yelling his head off instead of taking a nap. I might have to resort to taking him for a ride in the car.
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« Reply #2607 on: March 19, 2011 11:37:23 AM »


By the way Craftalong, I need your help. Well those of you who have sewn a dog bed your self before.
Q: I am looking for durable fabric for my doggie bed 35x45, yet I don't want it too hot. Other wise my dogs wont sleep on it. Can anyone recommend anything?

I thought of a lighter weight of upholstery, while my husband said to layer cotton stretch jersey since they love to curl up in our hamper. (Dirty mutts. Tongue) We've had jersey sheets before and they gather holes too easily, but the dogs do seem to love our tshirts. I want something that will last and that they will use, but not too hot since we live in Arizona. Undecided Fleece and flannel is totally out of the question. HELP?

Maybe a brushed twill? So it'd be sturdy and soft?

Not getting anything done here. My Owen is yelling his head off instead of taking a nap. I might have to resort to taking him for a ride in the car.

What about using some denim?
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« Reply #2608 on: March 19, 2011 11:40:15 AM »

I made some booties   Cheesy
https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=287041.msg4430953#msg4430953
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« Reply #2609 on: March 19, 2011 01:13:16 PM »

During the summer, my dog will pull my [denim] jeans out of the laundry to lay on. I think denim is a good durable choice for a dog bed!
Hmm, maybe I will make my dog a bed for Christmas...eek, another item on the list!
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