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#361 of 595 Old 03-14-2012, 08:31 PM
 
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Sorry I am technology challenged, don't know how to re-size or flip the photo but here is DS modeling his new leg warmers.  They are not 'exactly' the same but hey... they match and he is happy!GO ME

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Zebra - the yarn is so beautiful!  They look super comfy.  I can't tell they are different sizes but if anyone does, you can tell them the leg warmers are brothers, not twins. :)


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zebra- those are awesome!  They look the same to me!  

 

Pregnant mamas- I have come to the conclusion that jeans are simply not to be worn in pregnancy.  So- I will be posting pics after chores- but gather up your old tanks tops and go buy yourself (or destash) 3/4 yard of that cute knit print- and sew them together :)  Cut your tank off under the boobs- sew it to the gathered knit- put it over leggings and go about your day like a 6 yo in a Hanna Anderson play/day dress!  

 

So comfy....  and super cheap too- tanks i had- and 3/4 yd of knit- using a coupon was like $3!  I am not counting it though- cause it was really just too easy.

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Zebra- those are awesome!

Iowa- I have an extreme dislike of jeans/pants in general. I have super sensitive skin and it hurts to wear pants in general (hence the reason the only way you will find me in pants is if Im doing something I don't think is safe to do in a skirt like a construction project or horseback riding). I do have a couple pairs of maternity jeans that someone gave me last pregnancy Im thinking of converting into skirts. Ive done it before with some of my pants but its been a while. Hopefully I remember how.


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okimom - I'm a skirt wearing mama too. I've transformed jeans into skirts a couple times & I always get so many compliments on them, even my very first one which is messy & uses totally mismatched jeans. Every so often I think wearing jeans would be a good idea & within an hour I'm so irritable & angry at the world.


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an you guys recommend a tutorial for that?  I love jean skirts- but hate hate hate my maternity one and I could use some of my jeans I refuse to wear and try that :)


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I've always opened up the side, front & back seams up (pretty much all  the way up) & then pinned the material from the legs of another pair of pants (cut up the lenght of the seams to get 4 long pieces) into the opening & sewn. Hem to the length you want. With some jeans you can make a knee length skirt this method with just one pair of jeans.

 

This is a neat tut for a maternity skirt though.


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I never used a tutorial either but Im making a skirt sometime next week if you would like me to make one up while I do it.. I only use 1 pair of pants and do some coordinating fabric. I tried two pairs but it seemed kind of constricting. With how active my little ones are I can't have anything constricting my movements, I would never catch them! I have problems keeping up as it is, luckily I have more endurance even if they run faster I can run longer!


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Me Too!  joy.gif I love skirts!

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Lifeguard- by the way, I just got a chance to look at that link and I love the tutorial on how to make the belly panel. Ill have to remember that when I convert some of my non maternity skirts to maternity wear.


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February

1. Legwarmer (1)

2. Blue/Brown/Cream Blanket

3. Blue/green/yellow Blanket (small)

March

4. Legwarmer (match to #1)

5. Pink camo blanket


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I haven't posted in quite some time and I've been spending more time decluttering and organizing than I have on crafting. I need to go back and revise my original list as I have changed/added some projects.

 

I have finished crocheting one scarf and am halfway through another.

 

New total: 7/52


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9/52: Planned and executed a successful four-year-old's birthday party, including a fancy cake.

 

10/52: Made a Snow White dress for DD's birthday present

 

11/52: Covered a pinboard with quilting fabric as another present for DD

 

12/52: Made three fancy cushions for my sister's birthday

 

Honestly, I've kinda forgotten which projects were on my original list. I'm making them up as I go along. :p Still, I have been accomplishing stuff, more than last year, so I'm comfortable with my rule-bending! Right now I'm making an autumn-weight shirt for the baby, and struggling against a sudden urge to make a Christmas table runner. (Yes, in March... I dunno!)

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8 of 52: a purse for myself but the strap is too short so it may be used for dress up instead.


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Those are the cushions I made for my sister, in case anyone wanted to see 'em... Her name starts with A, and it *is* centred in real life! I liked the letter so much that I appliqued an M on the back of the shirt I'm making for DS, and I might do some typographical couch cushions at some point too.


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smokering- I love them!  I have been wanting to make some fancy pillows for our house- just can't decide what I want to do that my kids won't destroy :)  They are very hard on things...

 

I have 7 more diapers ready to finish up with velcro and doublers...  Then holy smokes should DS3 be good to go.  That makes about a million that I have made lately for him.  I should post a pic of the recycled ones (I have made about 18 or so recycled)- they turned out not so bad and I have about 2 boxes less of old clothes to deal with- so that is really good.

 

I stopped at the thrift store yesterday and picked up a set of flannel sheets for $2 and a stack of 8 cutsy flannel receiving blankets for $.25/each.  my plan is to use the sheets for the middle 2 layers of my new babes diapers and put a cute print on the outer and white on the inner and then use the receiving blankets for the doublers.  This won't make my whole stash of course- but should at least get me started :)  

 

I was kindof bad though and upgraded my sewing tools.  Gingher scissors both shears and pinking (how did I ever survive without these?), snap pliers, and a bunch of thread.  My fav though- the ginger shears.  Cutting flannel for diapers has become a pleasant experience!  


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Smokering, you are on a roll!  Love the pillows!

As for me, I just signed up for a big project - brooding quail babies.  They are so cute, I just want to eat them up.  Wait. 

We are going to keep them as pets and for their eggs but I need to build them the cage by the end of April.  This is going to be a big project - I am going to HD tomorrow to pick up materials.  I decided against a living roof because of the live load structural issues but I decided to make a rail at the bottom of the roof so that I will be able to place flats of seedlings on top of the roof while they grow in order to keep them away from the wild bunnies that try to eat everything.  Should be a fun project! 

In other news, I got a huge bag of old clothes (well basically new because my MIL is a shopaholic) from my MIL, so I am devouring it and already planning to make some cute pants and dresses for my daughter. 

iowaorganic, awesome about all the upcycled diapers!  Please post pics, I would love to see them.  I used to love making diapers for my son.  It's such a wonderful pleasure to take old worn out, too old for the goodwill type clothes and make a diaper that is free and will save you money.  Love it. 


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gardenbelle: Quail??? Oh, cute! We have Californian quail roaming around our orchard, but I rarely see them; we're getting chickens soon (as soon as someone puts some nice-looking ones up for sale online, in fact) and I'm tempted to get a quail or two to go with them, but we'll see. I love quail; they're such an adorable shape.

 

And I'm glad I'm not the only one who cannibalises old clothes! Mum just gave me an old shirt of Dad's which I'll repurpose into a shirt for the baby... when I get around to it...

 

I'm halfway through a couple of projects at the moment (well, a dozen, really, but I'm actively working on a few!): painting the hallway, finishing a shirt for DS, and cooking/cleaning/gardening for a small wedding reception we're having here on Saturday.

 

Also, I took photos of DD in her Snow White dress:

 

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smokering - it's lovely!


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Beautiful dress, my daughter would love that.  So you are getting chickens soon?  So exciting!  We have 6 hens in our backyard and they are so entertaining (not to mention they give us yummy eggs!).  If you can, try to find some Easter Eggers or Ameraucanas, the kids will love the eggs. :)
 

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gardenbelle: Quail??? Oh, cute! We have Californian quail roaming around our orchard, but I rarely see them; we're getting chickens soon (as soon as someone puts some nice-looking ones up for sale online, in fact) and I'm tempted to get a quail or two to go with them, but we'll see. I love quail; they're such an adorable shape.

 

And I'm glad I'm not the only one who cannibalises old clothes! Mum just gave me an old shirt of Dad's which I'll repurpose into a shirt for the baby... when I get around to it...

 

I'm halfway through a couple of projects at the moment (well, a dozen, really, but I'm actively working on a few!): painting the hallway, finishing a shirt for DS, and cooking/cleaning/gardening for a small wedding reception we're having here on Saturday.

 

Also, I took photos of DD in her Snow White dress:

 

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Awesome smokering :)  So cute!  

 

I have not been crafting this week.  We have all been sick with some awful sinus junk and fever and chills- anyway- My SIL gifted me a big stack of flannel and jersey sheets for making new kid diapers!  I am very blessed :)  Tomorrow night the kids are going to her house for a sleep over and if I am not mowing our yard or sleeping I am going to start hacking them up for fitted diapers!  

 

I also have a couple of new pinterest ideas for skirts for after the baby...  I am going to make some faux smocked waisted skirts I think- those should fit :)  I just need to finalize my idea....


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It's done! Finally. Pictures on my blog: www.chronicallysleepdeprived.blogspot.com

 

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That is fantastic!  Soooo much detail!  I love it :)


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Thank you! It's fun to show it to people who have an idea of what went into it. . . 

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W.O.W. !!  Seriously, that's awesome.  I'd say for that amount of work two years is the perfect amount of time!


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mamaofprincesses~  SO great!  You are really talented!!

 

I know just what you mean about losing interest or needing to put away a project for a while when you have big life events.  My projects are always intertwined with daily life.  When I look back at things I have made, it's a trip down memory lane.  I didn't realize until lately how necessary my creative outlets are for keeping my sanity (everyday 'sanity' and especially needed during times of stress).  

 

 

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mamaofprincesses, that is incredible!  What a fun place for you kids to play in. 

iowaorganic, I hope you feel better soon and can get started on those dipes.

As for me, I am working mostly on the quail hutch but it's taking some extra time as I have to wait for DH to come home to do the painting and staining - because I just found out I am pregnant!!!  So excited but cautiously excited.  Yep, I will definitely be adding a lot more baby projects to the list this year if this baby is a sticky one. :) 

Anyway, I did have a chance to work on one project that had to be done because our Spring/Summer garden is going in this weekend.  They are plant markers mainly for my tomatoes because I plan on planting a lot of heirloom varieties this year. :)  Basically, I will just write the name with a permanent marker on the painted box and I'll just paint over it next year if I end up growing a different variety.  I'm so excited to put them to use - they will look so much cuter than the plastic markers that come with the plants.

 

Here's the link if you want any more info about how to make them:

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Congratulations gardenbelle!  How exciting!  I decided to start antibiotics finally and let me tell you- I am feeling so much better already :)  The garden rocks are a great idea :)


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Congrats gardenbelle! I love the plant markers - way cuter than plastic ones, I agree! I should do those - I keep wanting to track what varieties we likes best, and also I'm trying to manage a strawberry bed. . . 

 

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gardenbelle - congrats!!! And I loooove the rock idea - soooo stealing it!

 

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