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« Reply #330 on: January 09, 2013 01:36:30 PM »

I love those hats though. I wanted a scarf like The Doctor's, but then I realized it was knitted and it was super dooper long... Those hats are a nice tribute without being 9 feet long.  Cheesy

I'm crocheting mine. Back loop only & it gives the same horizontal ribbed effect the scarf has on the show

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« Reply #331 on: January 09, 2013 01:57:33 PM »

I like the crochet version as well! Cheesy  It is not at all a practical scarf...I might donate it for some sort of auction...the hat I will keep as a memento of this crazy knitting accomplishment! Cheesy
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« Reply #332 on: January 09, 2013 08:05:03 PM »

Does anyone here willing to have bunch of Twilight themed crafts? I recently watched all the movies ("listened" to the books long time ago) and I am hooked . I wasn't impress by the books that much but the movies get to me.. I was going to open a new thread for Twilight Craftalong but then again  i kinda kill all the topics.. Anyone?

« Reply #333 on: January 09, 2013 08:17:15 PM »

Hope it's not too late to join the game.  I think I'll also join the de-stashing thread.  :-)  I have a lot of stuff to whittle down.

1. Fabric book for newest granddaughter
2. Etched anniversary glasses for self
3. Custom painted glass set for daughter
4. Blankets for granddaughters (2)
5. Plastic canvas doll house for oldest granddaughter
6. Beaded butterfly curtain cover
7. Pine cone Christmas Trees
8. Pine cone and ribbon wreath
9. Pine cone and ribbon swags
10. Ribbon Christmas Tree
11. Paint son's bedroom (ceiling galaxy, not sure what were doing the walls, something related to Star Wars, Star Trek etc.)
12. Redesign necklace picked up from Claire's
13. Make Apache Tears wall rosary
14. Beaded rose wreath
15. Finally sew stuffed cat and basket panel
16. Finish wolf embroidery in memory of my mother
17. Embellished doorway curtain
18. Finish building daughters doll house (started 10 years ago!)
19. Macrame hanging table
20. Convert baby changing table into a cat bed
21. Build kitty condo
22. Beaded fish wall hanging inspired by Disney's Fantasia
23. Build gazebo from remains of another one (storm destroyed it)
24. Doggy roll up slumber bags for grandsons
25. Make fairy tree terrarium
26. Knitting machine blanket with Buffalo, NY sports teams cross-stitched into it for aunt
27. Repaint small cabinet picked up at yard sale
28. Make outdoor swing from wooden futon frame
29. Easter blessing basket for father
30. Laptop computer cooling base
31. Nightmare Before Christmas mirror for daughter
32. Beaded headpiece/hair net
33. Embellished spiderweb long gloves
34. Paint USS Enterprise on black velvet for father
35. Plastic canvas bathroom set
36. Potted cactus trinket box
37. Screen printed shirt for daughter
38. Craft photo albums of each grandchild for stepdaughter
39. Design and craft wooden traffic light nightlight
40. Christmas crackers/Holiday poppers
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« Reply #334 on: January 09, 2013 09:42:02 PM »

I just finished ... um... half finished? 5 altered playing cards for a swap. But even the one side finished is exciting Cheesy My first paintings ever. 5 of them. Woohoo!

Sadly, I'm apparently not meant to do ATC or APC or anything of the sort... I'm just not any good at making them look great. But I had fun with paint.

Suggestions on how to "finish" them? Is there something to coat them with to maybe add a hint of gloss, or at the very least keep the paint from accidentally scratching off?


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« Reply #336 on: January 09, 2013 11:04:20 PM »

I am also going to be an auntie( but not the first time) sometime this summer.
Congrats! I have had a blast with my niece. She is at the fun age of 1 1/2 and it is fun to watch her grow and figure out the world. Bizarre to think she is going to be a big sister. I am curious on what the new baby will be like and how Michelle will react to it. She already gets jealous when her mom holds her younger second cousin. How many nieces/nephews do you have already?

On a crafty note - I haven't got much done at all this year. I carved 4 stamps, but that was on the same night. My brain wants to craft but my body is telling me no with a streak of migraines everyday for the past 1.5 weeks. I get them all the time, but when I have them everyday without a day to recover it just runs me down. So, not much from me, but I am sure I will be forcing myself to make something soon, and I am sure it will be baby related or probably more stamps for me to place in letterboxes in FL next month.

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« Reply #337 on: January 10, 2013 04:49:57 AM »

Oh finally I am done with the afghan I was knitting for my father! It turned out squishy and warm and just the right size to use while watching TV.. Pheew

And baby socks are coming along nicely, I am hoping to finish a couple f them within this month:


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« Reply #338 on: January 10, 2013 05:41:04 AM »

I have to say that knitting completely boggles my mind.  Love all the cool stuff you yarnies come up with, but whoa... how you do it?  Haven't a clue. 

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« Reply #339 on: January 10, 2013 06:23:58 AM »

I can' t even loom knit right. Beautiful afghan. Knitting seems like such a relaxing thing. Then I tried to learn, hah I couldn'tget past casting on.


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