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« Reply #1310 on: June 27, 2012 09:44:15 AM »

kookla--where did you get the idea to use the ribbon like that?  I think some sparkly ornaments would really dress up my tree!

The wonders of youtube, my first port of call when I have an idea and no idea how to make it, I almost always find someone has made one already and is happy to show me the way  Grin

B-P I love that rainbow blanket, anything rainbow is a big winner with me  Grin

I found an easily do-able solution for storing all of my new ribbons


 I've used up some fabric and trim making a pocketed organiser to hang on the door. No pics till hubs is home with the cell/camera. it's not exactly pretty but it will keep things off of the floor  Wink

Using 1" ribbon and a bead for her head.

and my pocket hanger, not my best work but it serves  Smiley
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« Reply #1311 on: June 28, 2012 02:00:47 PM »

Lovely blanket, Brackish Potato, so brigth and happy. Good of you to figure out the math.
The angel is very pretty now, Kookaloo - the bead is very good as head.

To bad with your hand, Rottenlittelboys - it is terrible, when you can't use your hands.

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« Reply #1312 on: June 30, 2012 07:15:27 AM »

66. dress form june

67. Autumn Reflections Doily june

68. Spider Web Doily june

69. Petite Pineapple Doily june

70. Petite Pineapple Doily june

71. Water lily june

72. Hearts Doily june

73. Hello Doily june

74. The colors of the season june

75. Grand Manner june

76. Your Neighbor Lady's Doilies june

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« Reply #1313 on: June 30, 2012 09:26:58 AM »

AMAZING That1Girl.

Destashing on the Poppet House:

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« Reply #1314 on: July 01, 2012 12:27:52 PM »

July Themes

Space Texture 011 by Chrisser, on Flickr

Color: Blue
Pattern: Stars and planets
For: Christmas in July! If you make a present now, and put it away safely, that's one less you'll have to worry about when the holiday crunch time comes. Just remember where you've stashed it away.
Challenge: Try to use the object or material in the stash that you've had the longest.

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« Reply #1315 on: July 02, 2012 11:55:40 AM »

Fab doilies  Grin I love making doilies despite swearing I would never make one when I first taught myself to crochet *lol*

another angel, this one is 2.5" ribbon and a 20mm bell (yeh metric & imperial in one project  Wink)

and a gift bow. Approx 6" across. I can see making a ton of these to give away to family who will use 'em. i don't do fancy wrapping as a rule but might make an exception now I can make fancy bows  Cheesy

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« Reply #1316 on: July 02, 2012 03:09:02 PM »

Returned from the grandparents sans acrylic yarn.  Success!  However, instead I now have a garbage bag full of 1970s nylon macrame rope (going straight to the goodwill) and another giant garbage bag full of crochet thread.   For some reason I feel I should save some of that, given that I've just started learning thread crochet.  Awesome doilies up there, by the way!

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« Reply #1317 on: July 03, 2012 01:47:46 AM »

Taramor, your quilts look so awesome! Really loving the star quilt!

Kook, the poppet is so you!
The angels are pretty. I like. Makes me kinda wish it was Christmastime...

Gaudi, as pet youjh, the lapghans look great. Thinking about making some, myself. I keep finding that I'm really in the mood to make blankets. Wondering how long it'll last.

Brackish, I am in love with your rainbow granny circle blanket!

that1girl, love the doilies. They look amazing.

I have not contributed to the board in so long! While I was visiting my sister, I crocheted a ton of cozies, and then decided to knit coasters when I had serious crochet thumb and needed a rest. I've been so bad about taking pictures, but here's what I've got for now:

I made a sun hat.

And a bit of a phone cozy.

Almost cloche.




The first of the coasters:

Just finished this, but no finished photos yet.

Refashioned some flip flops that used to rub my feet raw.

Used a tiny bit of flannel to patch my brother-in-law's teddy.

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« Reply #1318 on: July 03, 2012 11:31:25 PM »

Ive been doing tablet weaving with crochet thread, dont toss it, you can do more than chrochet with it!

I've started a wist!
working on the Teesha Moore craftalong
Destashing the craft room
« Reply #1319 on: July 05, 2012 04:32:14 PM »

This is sort of a prototype of something I am working on. I have a bunch of these plastic pieces with a raised edge. The idea is to set pressed leaves or papers in the indentation and seal with resin. This one just uses tape. The plastic pieces are hollow so I thread the cord/wire through them punching as many holes as I want. I was thinking about doing a wide stretch bracelet. I used copper foil tape to finish the edge of this one. ev erything including the resin I plan to use is from stash.

I also made this hat and booties set for a coworker's new baby. I trimmed the long eyelash that was mixed in with the chenille for the booties. I also bought onsies to complete the gift, but that obviously was not from stash.

I'm working on a couple potting benches so I have not had as much time to destash.
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