Wednesday, March 26, 2014

New Projects Arriving

I'm getting all of my Herrshner's orders in and have pictures of the new projects at the link below.
http://www.sewpractical.com/2014/03/receiving-orders-for-new-projects.html

Why am I doing this? Well, I'm learning how to do new crafts so I can teach you with my own simple classes. See, I'm always looking for ways to teach easier projects or different ways to do specific types of crafts by experimenting for myself.

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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Jesus Latch Hook Project

Here is one of the newest projects I got the other day. So far it is the only project I have had time to get a picture of. I have completed 10 rows of 101 columns across. I will try to get pictures of this canvas soon. To me, it is extremely large. Maybe that's because this is only my second latch hook project. It will finish at 27" x 40". The picture gives you an idea of how many yarn strands there are in this kit. It takes about 45 minutes to finish each row so this will take a while. 



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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Heart Wreath Latch Hook Project is Finished

I finally finished the 12" x 12" latch hook project I have been working on for about a month. It's really very simple and easy but I have been extremely busy this month so it took me a while. Ü

I know most of you are just as busy if not busier so I will definitely create some small latch hook classes for you all. Some will be free because I really, really, REALLY want you to try this. This is such a cheap and fun way to pass time in front of the TV.


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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Not So Crafty but Hopefully Helpful

I had hoped to finish the latch hook project last week but didn't of course. This week we have been working on the termite damage in the living room. Thankfully that was the only room with damage and it has almost been completed in a few short days. If you would like, you can read about it at two links from my Sew Practical blog. Although this isn't crafty information, I do like to be helpful and informative in any way possible to our readers. Here are those links: http://www.sewpractical.com/2014/03/termite-repairs-and-more-under-way.html and http://www.sewpractical.com/2014/03/termite-repairs-almost-complete.html.

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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Spring Life is Busy

Good morning everyone,

I hope all of you are doing well. I'm just dropping by again this week to let you know I may not post for a while if life goes the way I am planning. With spring approaching, we are ready to prep and stain the deck. It has to be cleaned, allowed to dry for a couple of days then stained and painted (which may take 3 or 4 days since it is a 30' x 8' deck) during a dry break in the weather. The temps have to be not too cold nor too hot as well so hopefully I can get a few days this month that this will work out. At the moment it is too cold and will be for just a while longer. We are also going to begin repair on the termite damage in the living room this weekend. All of us will be pulling out the damaged wood in a couple of small areas (thank the Lord) and our son will spackle the walls where Terminix punched holes for the termite treatment before Thanksgiving and where the termites tunneled through. I have nominated myself for sanding and painting after the initial work is finished. Thankfully it is just a small area that will need the work. It could have been so much worse. You can believe we will keep up the annual termite treatments for life. Anyway, that should be done within a couple of weeks so I can then concentrate on the deck if the weather is cooperating by the end of March.

That along with the new cat and other outdoor spring projects to be announced later may slow down crafts in progress for a while. Oh! And our younger son is about ready for driving lessons. Life will be fun and busy all spring and summer. But crafts will slowly get completed as time allows. It has to rain sometime. Ü

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

New Supplies

As I've mentioned before, I enjoy learning new crafts and having lots of supplies available for my own ideas. Below are pictures of some great bargains I couldn't pass up.

Fleece for $2.99 a yard from Hancock Fabric. I got 2 yards of each.

Yarn from Herrshner's. The pinks looked like they matched better on their website but I think they'll work together anyway.

Latch hook kits and latch hook tool. The kits were on sale over 50%. 
This is the new craft I want to learn.

Stamped Jar covers were about 50% off. 
I had to buy the floss kit for this project separately.

Cute spring wreath kit was over 50% off.
It came with everything but the fabrics will have to be cut by me.

Inside one of the latch hook kits. The yarn has been neatly cut 
and the canvas is marked for proper placement of the yarn.


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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Autumn and Eve Doll Class

Here they are! I've been promising this class for almost two months. And it's finally finished. I took lots of pictures so I'm sharing those below. Thanks for dropping by!

 Autumn and Eve Dolls
Autumn and Eve Dolls
Class Code: #11077
Sweet faced rag dolls
Price: US$6.00
Buy this class! Click for details

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