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Topic: 50 PROJECTS 2019, sign ups open all year.  (Read 41725 times)
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« Reply #10 on: March 01, 2019 12:27:26 PM »

I finally uploaded pictures, & now I'm staring at them wondering where the heck to put this object... Is it clothing? Jewelry? Machine embroidery? Miscellaneous?   Huh Roll Eyes
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« Reply #11 on: March 01, 2019 12:57:34 PM »

Oh my gosh, that crown! I don't know where it would best belong... I think maybe machine embroidery since it is very much that, mostly that, that made into a wearable thing? Hmm...

Anyhoo, feel free to post a full sized picture here, thumbs are great for the list post but show that glorious thing off!
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« Reply #12 on: March 01, 2019 03:02:15 PM »

As it seems I made practically nothing from my original list, so I'll ust drop in loads of pictures today on December 19 2019 of what I made this year.

Thats mostly swap items, some things Ive tried for the first time, and I know there is still a lot missing.


Very comfy black (velvet?) Nicki pants (StyleArc Linda, 2 sizes smaller than first pair, still too large)


Crochet cowl "stacked frogs" I frogged that too, it was a tad too tight. Still haven't taken it back up as of December 19. Lost the crochet hook somewhere around my desk. Oh well...


Swap necklace for our very own kittykill


Another swap necklace for kittykill


Baby Ohmu for wingsofthewind


Blue green multistrand necklace for jemimah


Panda cushion cover (appliqu) for jemimah


Thread catcher/pin cushion too.


Green frog prince charm bracelet for curiousfae (Asheville Adventure Swap)


Tiny 15cm charm bracelet for my older daughter (beads picked by her)


Tiny 15cm charm bracelet for my younger daughter (beads picked by me)


One ATC from my first pocket letter Harry Potter themed


Backside of said letter. Why couldn't I find a picture of the front?


Needlebook for the Fat Quarter Swap


Pincushion for the Fat Quarter Swap


Pincushion caddy for the Fat Quarter Swap


Fabric jewelry (knot necklace & wrap bracelet/necklace)


A few of the 21 (I think) lattice style bracelets I made for the Asheville meeting.


My very first fabric bead made in Asheville! Mine, of course, is the purple and teal one next to the red/zebra one.


Squirrel guy. Came home with me from Asheville too. My very first needle felted creature.


One of my very first ATCs for the ongoing ATC swap. Also first water colour. Kind of.


Various bobby pins for thanate in the first round of Little Good Things (missing the felt oak leaves)


Victorian sewing casket for Wulf


Victorian sewing open/inside


Fiery red multistrand necklace. Either for a friend's mom, or for edelC. I made two red/orange ones this year.
Missing would be the blue lattice necklace that went to edelC, too.


My favourite ATCs, just to show some of several I made.


Thirtyish ATC envelopes, two of each paper.


Felt inchies. They're square shaped, I swear!


30 strand rainbow necklace for calluna


Layered tea themed necklace for veghorsegirl


Pastel tea hoopla for veghorsegirl


Beachy charm bracelet for kbrison


Sun catcher for kbrison


Green blue purple multistrand ecklace for kbrison


the yarn I sent, my favourite was the rather fluffy teal/purple one


Made a scrump doll for my 8yo, and she was allowed to help (still owe one to the 6yo)


Dot painting ATC I like making these, have made a few by now. Looking for ways to make them better and more interesting. Another first.


Gelli printing for Master Board Round 2 yet another first


Playing with a pearlescent water color box


Playing with a pearlescent water color box


Hello Kitty Helloween ATC. The stencil (originally meant for punpkins) is cut out of the card, orange transparent paper glued to the back.


Waxed fabric for no waste wrapping for edelC in Color in a Box Round 2


Blue/green multistrand necklace for edelC in Color in a Box Round 2


earrings for edelC in Color in a Box Round 2


Cross stitch bookmark I LIKE BIG BOOKS AND I CANNOT LIE for veghorsegirl in the current round of the Winter Book Swap


Layered necklace for veghorsegirl in the current round of the Winter Book Swap, inspired by one of y favourite bookish quotes "a book is a garden in your pocket"


Again some of my favourite ATCs but this time because after I made this Perry the Platypus in mini perler beads, my 5yo sat down and started to make one for me. The 8yo got to assist, and now I have my very own!
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« Reply #13 on: March 01, 2019 08:09:25 PM »

So, can we count what has already been done this year?  I'm quite certain that I can come up with 50 projects.
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« Reply #14 on: March 01, 2019 08:16:52 PM »

Yes, absolutely! Check out the list posts so far, we are certainly adding our 2019 crafts with plans to update as things get made. I'll link your post here with your name on the first page so you can always easily find it to add to & change your list Smiley
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Whatever the question, the answer is always CRAFTING! It's the fix for all the sicks. Makes me feel better every time.

and remember, ALWAYS USE THE GOOD BEADS, YARN, FABRIC!

Love you all, thank you so much for everything. XO
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« Reply #15 on: March 01, 2019 08:29:52 PM »

Ok, add me to the list.  I'll start with a few items and add to it as I come up with stuff.

1.  carved gravy boat
2. full size carved totem pole (about 10 feet high)This is a commission piece
3.  a flute rack for Sarah

    
4. flute display stands
5.  wheel thrown pottery bowls
    
6.  hand colored paper boxes
    
7.  stone jewelry
8.  carved baby spoons
    
9.  carved scoop

    
10.antler slingshot
11.folding table
12.camping stools(3)
13.quilt for housewarming
14.t-shirt quilt for me
15.phone stand
16.leather tote for phone
17.another flute rack for me
18.cigar box makeovers-these are two separate boxes
    
19.new bathroom vanity


20. Three more boxes, two cigar boxes and one tea box
    
21.coffee scoops(3)
22. shaving horse
23. bowl carved from leftover totem wood
24. yarn ornaments
 


Orange=in progress
Green=done

That's just for starters.  I have no idea where I'm going with this, but it's a beginning.  
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50 projects challenge

52/50 done
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« Reply #16 on: March 02, 2019 11:46:25 AM »

I'm in!

Here's the tentative list:

1. Star Wars wallet

2. Star Wars tablet bag

3. DH's afghan
4. Notebook cover

5. Lost in Time shawl

6. Elf-on-a-shelf #1 (WIP)

7. Elf-on-a-shelf #2 (WIP)

8. Coiled Rope Basket

9. Tote bags

10. Zip pouches to go with totes

11. Stitch markers

12. Loom-Knit socks

13. Cat amigurumi

14. loom-knit hats (charity)
15. Crochet bowl (jewelry dump)

16. Crochet tote bag

17. Zip pouch for MIL

18. Seatbelt pads for DS2

19-21. Stenciled t-shirts

22. Wool hat for Operation Gratitude

23. Plastic bag dispenser for camper

24-25. Sleeping bags for teddy bears (2, only one pictured)

26-30. Cotton dishcloths for camper (5)

31. Mega Granny Square Baby Blanket

32. Handspun Noro #1

33. Handspun alpaca

34. Handspun indigo-/coffee-dyed wool

35. Mario Power Up Acorn

36. Niece's shawl #1

37. Niece's shawl #2

38. Denim wristlet

39-40. Handspun hat and neckwarmer

41. Fractal rainbow handspun yarn

42-44. Red, white, blue handspun yarn

45. Crochet tote

45-46. His and hers togas

47. Bandana cowl

48-49. Handspun Mario Mushroom hats for DS1 & DS2

50. Hat for OpGratitude
51. Needle book for DS1

52. 'Michigan October' handspun Merino

53-57. Crocheted earwarmers

58. Stitch markers
59. Handspun yarn - blue/natural marled Merino

60. Hat for nephew

61. Loom knit knee high toddler socks



As of 12/17, I have 60+ projects done (there's some groups of items in there). I still have a few more things to finish for Christmas and that'll take me up to about 65. Grin
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« Reply #17 on: March 02, 2019 11:52:22 AM »

Quote from: tendstowardschaos
I'm preggers with kiddo #3, due in September.

SQUEE!!! Congrats! I loooove babies and I know I am not the only one here who read you are expecting and immediately though "Ooh, I wonder if she needs anything I can make for her?" LOL. You have only to ask.

In the meantime, welcome to the 50 in 2019, your list post is linked to your name on the first page Smiley.

« Last Edit: March 02, 2019 11:52:40 AM by craftylittlemonkey » THIS ROCKS   Logged

Whatever the question, the answer is always CRAFTING! It's the fix for all the sicks. Makes me feel better every time.

and remember, ALWAYS USE THE GOOD BEADS, YARN, FABRIC!

Love you all, thank you so much for everything. XO
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« Reply #18 on: March 02, 2019 11:56:01 AM »

I'm in. Partly because I'm moving and will need *stuff*, although this might be a distraction that stops me from doing!!!

First up. I need to make an apron for someone......
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« Reply #19 on: March 02, 2019 12:18:10 PM »

Your name's on the list Renstar Smiley. How about a one-for-you, one-for-me thing to help you make some stuff you want for your move? If you also need an apron, it's much less time making 2 at once Wink.
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Whatever the question, the answer is always CRAFTING! It's the fix for all the sicks. Makes me feel better every time.

and remember, ALWAYS USE THE GOOD BEADS, YARN, FABRIC!

Love you all, thank you so much for everything. XO
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