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Did a bunch of supply gathering.Sweaters are felting...

 

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I have done nothing! My schedule has proven useless thus far. :-( And Thanksgiving is next week; boy am I going to be in trouble if I don't get going... my son has been very needy and fussy lately so I'm just struggling to find the time to sit down at the sewing machine - the quilt should only take me a few hours, if I could only get them... 



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What kind of stuff do you make with wool felt?  I have a bunch of it from when I was making night time covers for my kids and I'd love to get some project ideas.
 

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What kind of stuff do you make with wool felt?  I have a bunch of it from when I was making night time covers for my kids and I'd love to get some project ideas.
 



 


Hats,mittens,fingerless gloves,bags,bracelets,slippers,pillows,ornaments...

 

There is a book called Warm Fuzzies with lots of good ideas for felt use.Here is the blog of the woman who wrote it.Lots of good ideas there too.

 



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Did a bunch of supply gathering.Sweaters are felting...

 

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I made some mittens to match the hat I made earlier!

 



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I have done nothing! My schedule has proven useless thus far. :-( And Thanksgiving is next week; boy am I going to be in trouble if I don't get going... my son has been very needy and fussy lately so I'm just struggling to find the time to sit down at the sewing machine - the quilt should only take me a few hours, if I could only get them... 


Making when you have a baby can be hard.

 


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Making when you have a baby can be hard.


Yeah, and I thought finding time while pregnant was difficult! LOL.

 



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Crafting and babies are a hard combination. I have a 9 month old and an hour long project will take 4-5 while Im taking care of him.. the sewing machine wakes him up too so I can't sew when hes sleeping.

 

I haven't done anything since the stocking stuffers. I need to get working on things if they are ever going to get done.


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Each year I make a gift for each of the kids and usually a few others too.

 

This year my project list is

DD bed for her stuffed dog - done

DS - not sure yet

Nephew a drawstring bag with appliqué hob rings, filled with toy pots and pans

Grandparents - T towels & aprons decorated by the kids (got to keep finding uses for the fabric pens :lol)

 

We'll also do some food baskets of home baking. A great idea I found earlier in the year is to save the tubes from potato crisps and decorate them to package home made cookies. We don't eat them very often but I have a been saving them so we should have enough.

 

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I got all the blocks cut for the quilt this morning! Unfortunately, I also cut the backing. The piece leftover is eight stupid inches shy of being big enough, so now I have to piece the backing too. I could seriously kick myself. And I'm stalled out for today because I can't find the iron to press everything and I have to run to the fabric store (which is not going to happen today at all) for more bobbins. Sigh. But that's better than nothing done, right? 



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Kitchenqueen- My grandma use to tell me "a journey of a thousand miles starts with just one step".. Each little bit is one step closer to the end!

 

I just wrote up a list of things to do before Christmas and woozer its LONG.. So much to do so little time. It will get done, however I might not be sleeping until Christmas :)


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Kitchenqueen- My grandma use to tell me "a journey of a thousand miles starts with just one step".. Each little bit is one step closer to the end!

 

I just wrote up a list of things to do before Christmas and woozer its LONG.. So much to do so little time. It will get done, however I might not be sleeping until Christmas :)


Very true! And if I have to pull an all-nighter or two to make Christmas happen, so be it. :-) 

 



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Hi- I need someone to hold me accountable.

My pinecones are actually happening.  I only need oh... 25 or so.  I can get 2 done an evening while watching TV.  I need to mail 10 out by Thanksgiving for an online swap.

 

 


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Hi- I need someone to hold me accountable.

My pinecones are actually happening.  I only need oh... 25 or so.  I can get 2 done an evening while watching TV.  I need to mail 10 out by Thanksgiving for an online swap.

 

 


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Very true! And if I have to pull an all-nighter or two to make Christmas happen, so be it. :-) 

 



 

I always thought that all nighters were just part of Christmas.. It seems like they happen every year.


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Hi- I need someone to hold me accountable.

My pinecones are actually happening.  I only need oh... 25 or so.  I can get 2 done an evening while watching TV.  I need to mail 10 out by Thanksgiving for an online swap.

 

 



 

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Trying to plan out my day so that I can get another present finished today.I have the materials for a hooded scarf and some mittens for my mom.So we'll see....


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Sitting here staring at 7 quilted advent calendars. Now I need to get off my butt and mail out a couple and wrap the rest. This is a gift best given by Dec. 1st.

Somehow I tore through them, but going to the post office is never a big motivator for me. Actually it's a huge DEmotivator. So I just keep staring at them. They are pretty. And I am excited about gifting them. :)

I will be giving a one out on Tday, which will be fun. Need some large boxes.

I will take pictures. I will.

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Yes!Pictures!

 

Ok off to make something....


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Made a hooded scarf and a pair of mittens for my mom!!Might try to see if I can make another present before I go to bed...


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I'm working on collecting glass containers from Goodwill for terrariums. The budget is tight this year, but we can afford little gifts for our immediate family. I think my nieces will get smaller terrariums, and the ladies big terrariums. We picked up some sea glass and art glass pieces at Hobby Lobby. You get a good amount for under $2. We also picked up some dried moss for decoration. I just need the substrate, charcoal, and plants after we get a few more containers.

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I'm working on collecting glass containers from Goodwill for terrariums. The budget is tight this year, but we can afford little gifts for our immediate family. I think my nieces will get smaller terrariums, and the ladies big terrariums. We picked up some sea glass and art glass pieces at Hobby Lobby. You get a good amount for under $2. We also picked up some dried moss for decoration. I just need the substrate, charcoal, and plants after we get a few more containers.


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I'm working on collecting glass containers from Goodwill for terrariums. The budget is tight this year, but we can afford little gifts for our immediate family. I think my nieces will get smaller terrariums, and the ladies big terrariums. We picked up some sea glass and art glass pieces at Hobby Lobby. You get a good amount for under $2. We also picked up some dried moss for decoration. I just need the substrate, charcoal, and plants after we get a few more containers.


I really like this idea!  what plants will you use?

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I really like this idea!  what plants will you use?

For the kids, it'll probably be some sort of moss to keep it simple and inexpensive. The containers we're collecting for them are smallish, so moss would fit well. For the adults, I'll have to look at the small plants that the nursery has right now. Maybe ivy, African violet, or begonia along with moss. If I can get a small orchid or tillandasia for a good price, that's an option as well.

I'm actually wondering if some guys might like them? I don't know what to do for my dad. I was thinking of making one for him, but I don't know. He's got a green thumb, and what decorations he has are pretty plain. He hasn't even hung up the portraits I ordered for him last year, so more of my photography probably won't be the answer. I'm too tired to actually sew something, and normally I would just get him a new pair of slippers and something else, like a shirt or something for cooking.

Btw - these are super cute in clear glass ornaments, as well. They'd make a cute gift for friends, or could even work as a gift tag of sorts. Michael's usually has them on sale now, and you can get their coupons for 40% off.

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EIGHT tree ornaments have been mailed out...2 more to go then something will be complete... of course there are more ornaments to make but a 'project' is done (almost)

 

I even got to the post office today!!


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Ok,my yearly rant about my husband...

 

I am all out of ideas!UHG!!!

 

We've been giving each other gifts for more than 20 years.

 

He is the most particular person in the world!

 

I really want to make him something he would really like.

 

He likes two things.Playing music and food.

 

In the past I made him a cozy for his double bass and a carrying case for his bow.

 

I can't imagine what sort of food/cooking present that I could make him(he does the cooking in our house).

 

Last year I made him a cosmetic case(or whatever it's called for men.HA!)because he has been doing a lot of touring.He likes to travel light so I can't think of any other gift that would go along with him being on tour.

 

I considered making him a strap for his bass guitar but I think when you use it as much as he does it's sort of a particular thing and since he is the most particular person in the world...

 

UHG!!

 

So where are you getting inspiration for the men in your lives????????

 


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EIGHT tree ornaments have been mailed out...2 more to go then something will be complete... of course there are more ornaments to make but a 'project' is done (almost)

 

I even got to the post office today!!



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Rere: "So where are you getting inspiration for the men in your lives????????"  From the electronics department! LOL thumb.gif

 

Okay, so I finally took a few pictures of the advent calendars. There are only 5 of the 7. The numbers on the ornament pouches don't show up so great in the pictures, but you can see them fine in person, (on all but one which I will be modifying soon). Also, I don't have any ornaments hung to show you. Hey, I at least took some pictures finally.  So  here ya go.

 

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Ok,my yearly rant about my husband...

I am all out of ideas!UHG!!!

We've been giving each other gifts for more than 20 years.

He is the most particular person in the world!

I really want to make him something he would really like.

He likes two things.Playing music and food.

In the past I made him a cozy for his double bass and a carrying case for his bow.

I can't imagine what sort of food/cooking present that I could make him(he does the cooking in our house).

Last year I made him a cosmetic case(or whatever it's called for men.HA!)because he has been doing a lot of touring.He likes to travel light so I can't think of any other gift that would go along with him being on tour.

I considered making him a strap for his bass guitar but I think when you use it as much as he does it's sort of a particular thing and since he is the most particular person in the world...

UHG!!

So where are you getting inspiration for the men in your lives????????

My husband? I asked him and he said he needs socks and underwear. Guess what he's getting? He's one of those that will wear them until I throw them away, even when things aren't tight. I started an "ugly" quilt from old denim and flannel that my mom used to sew shirts for my dad years ago. The flannel is pretty ugly, but it is on the inside and is super comfy. It's a raggie quilt, and would be easy to finish...but I don't see myself finishing it before Christmas because sewing makes my back spasm. Maybe HE needs to make me a tall sewing table so I don't hunch at all. smile.gif I foresee underwear and socks on my Amazon Prime account. wink1.gif

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Ok,my yearly rant about my husband...

 

I am all out of ideas!UHG!!!

 

We've been giving each other gifts for more than 20 years.

 

He is the most particular person in the world!

 

I really want to make him something he would really like.

 

He likes two things.Playing music and food.

 

In the past I made him a cozy for his double bass and a carrying case for his bow.

 

I can't imagine what sort of food/cooking present that I could make him(he does the cooking in our house).

 

Last year I made him a cosmetic case(or whatever it's called for men.HA!)because he has been doing a lot of touring.He likes to travel light so I can't think of any other gift that would go along with him being on tour.

 

I considered making him a strap for his bass guitar but I think when you use it as much as he does it's sort of a particular thing and since he is the most particular person in the world...

 

UHG!!

 

So where are you getting inspiration for the men in your lives????????

 


What about a sewn case for his picks and cords and such? 

 



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Rere: "So where are you getting inspiration for the men in your lives????????"  From the electronics department! LOL thumb.gif

 


HA!So does that mean I need to get out my soldering pen?HA!HA!

 



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My husband? I asked him and he said he needs socks and underwear. Guess what he's getting? He's one of those that will wear them until I throw them away, even when things aren't tight. I started an "ugly" quilt from old denim and flannel that my mom used to sew shirts for my dad years ago. The flannel is pretty ugly, but it is on the inside and is super comfy. It's a raggie quilt, and would be easy to finish...but I don't see myself finishing it before Christmas because sewing makes my back spasm. Maybe HE needs to make me a tall sewing table so I don't hunch at all. smile.gif I foresee underwear and socks on my Amazon Prime account. wink1.gif

Ooooo.This reminds me,I did consider making him some boxers.Maybe I will revisit that idea.

 

I like the idea of your husband making you a tall table!
 

 



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What about a sewn case for his picks and cords and such? 

 

Hmmm?Well,he doesn't really use picks and his bass bag has a pocket for the cords(or when he's touring I think the roadie takes care of all the cords?) but maybe an at home storage bag.Although now that his equipment is shipped places before the band travels he might like one to keep with him?Hmmmm?I will think on this(or try to quiz him on his equipment storage needs.HA!).Thank you!
 

 


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Jamie,

 

Nice calendars!Thanks for sharing them with us!


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