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    gingerkitten D
    Tue May 20, 2003 12:29 pm
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    I really like trying new crafts and making things for my home....I enjoy:
    Crochet
    Tatting
    Knitting (not good at it though)
    crossstitch
    some stumpwork
    polymer clay
    clay
    general crafts
    some sewing
    quilting
    wool hooked rugs
    braided rugs
    painting murals
    decorative painting
    pine needle basketry
    gourd crafts

    I am sure there are other things I neglected to put down.....

    Oh silhouette cutting (still learning)
    I want to learn glass bead making and stained glass....


    Last edited by gingerkitten D on Tue May 20, 2003 5:51 pm, edited 2 times in total
    Sharlene~W
    Tue May 20, 2003 12:34 pm
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    Gingerkitten...do you do traditional rug hooking? Have you gone to any rug camps? Have you seen the yahoo group for rug hooking -- there are a lot of pictures of beautiful rugs there.

    My #1 love is traditional rug hooking. I am on my 3rd rug and haven't enjoyed a hobby/craft more! I am planning on going to my first rug camp (where we get to hook day and night for nearly a week) in September.

    I also love:
    smocking
    french heirloom sewing
    embroidery
    counted cross stitch


    Last edited by Sharlene~W on Tue May 20, 2003 12:35 pm, edited 1 time in total
    ~jb4~
    Tue May 20, 2003 12:35 pm
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    Things that are easy.... I didn't get the craft gene from my mom. She is the real craft person in the family. icon_lol.gif
    gingerkitten D
    Tue May 20, 2003 12:41 pm
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    Sharlene~W wrote:
    Gingerkitten...do you do traditional rug hooking? Have you gone to any rug camps? Have you seen the yahoo group for rug hooking -- there are a lot of pictures of beautiful rugs there.

    My #1 love is traditional rug hooking. I am on my 3rd rug and haven't enjoyed a hobby/craft more! I am planning on going to my first rug camp (where we get to hook day and night for nearly a week) in September.

    I also love:
    smocking
    french heirloom sewing
    embroidery
    counted cross stitch



    That is what I am trying to do...I checked out a book about it....designed a pattern and made a mini rug which I made into a door-stop. I went to a thrift store, bough wool coats and cut them into strips...I will need to check out that site, I love the antique looking designs!




    Here is my "cat"....what is French heirloom sewing?...sounds like it is beautiful!


    Last edited by gingerkitten D on Tue May 20, 2003 1:41 pm, edited 3 times in total
    Pets'R'us
    Tue May 20, 2003 12:53 pm
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    Here we go,

    Card making (greeting cards)
    Soap Making and bath products
    Glass Painting
    Salt Dough
    Hobby Ceramics, I have my own small kiln and loads of molds
    Simple sewing projects
    Stamping
    Decoupage
    Decorating candles

    This mostly happends from September to December, I go to craft fairs and sell as much as possible and give away much stuff to friends (and to a Cat Charity for them to sell), from that money I buy other craft materials again.
    There are never enough hours in the day! icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif
    Laudee
    Tue May 20, 2003 12:59 pm
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    Crochet
    Knit
    Latch Hook
    Fabric Paint
    Kirstin in the Couv
    Tue May 20, 2003 1:00 pm
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    I go to sales and bazaars and buy other peoples crafty things...not alot of artistic ability in my brain...
    Jellyqueen
    Tue May 20, 2003 1:30 pm
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    I love crochet. Also, do a little cross stitch and very simple sewing.

    Am interested in getting into homemade soaps and bath salts.
    gingerkitten D
    Tue May 20, 2003 1:37 pm
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    Jellyqueen wrote:
    I love crochet. Also, do a little cross stitch and very simple sewing.

    Am interested in getting into homemade soaps and bath salts.


    I have a really good book about soap-making...it is by Norma Coney . It gives detailed instructions on rendering tallow from suet....I haven't tried any of these recipes because I could never get my hands on any suet and the supermarket butchers were always looking at me like I was insane...but I have an interest there, too!!!

    Let me know if you want any of the recipes form the book!!!


    Last edited by gingerkitten D on Tue May 20, 2003 1:43 pm, edited 1 time in total
    * Pamela *
    Tue May 20, 2003 1:38 pm
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    I LOVE paper crafts like scrapbooking or card making!
    Pianolady
    Tue May 20, 2003 1:42 pm
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    I must admit this has become one of the greatest joys of my life these days. I used to work an average of 18 hours a day, at least 6 days a week. I was convinced there was a not a creative or crafty bone in my body -- no wonder. I am now disabled and unable to work at MY craft (Piano Technology) and have discovered that I CAN create things! Right now I am into needlepoint in particular. I have purchased a sewing / embroidery machine and have taken 2 classes and purchased lots of material and supplies, but have yet to tackle the actual activity but I can't wait. Cooking is something I never thought I could do, and now with the help of you people here at Recipezaar I am LOVING it!!! I get so very excited when I finish preparing a meal and my husband comes home from work and loves it. What a gratifying sense of accomplishment. I am also working on a latch hook rug, and little by little as I get organized I hope to get into more things. Thanks to all of you for all of your input on this wonderful site!!
    Dianne
    Susan Lee
    Tue May 20, 2003 1:44 pm
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    embroidery
    sewing (not too many clothes anymore, wall hangings and stuffed animals, etc.)
    mosaics
    card making
    memory books/scrapbooks (I make all my own little paper thingies etc)
    bead flowers
    sketching
    watercolors

    I like to make up my own patterns for thing, or incorporate several patterns. Almost all of my "creations" are gifts for my children and family.
    When I was in high school and college I did sewing for other people and even designed things for people.

    I wish I had more energy to get more done!
    stacylu
    Tue May 20, 2003 1:58 pm
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    I love to quilt! I used to do decorative painting but have pretty much quit in liu of quilting. I've made a king-sized "rooster" themed quilt, several small wall hangings and recently finished the top of a quilt for my bed. Still have the quilting part to do but it really turned out beautifully.
    Jellyqueen
    Tue May 20, 2003 2:01 pm
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    gingerkitten D wrote:
    Jellyqueen wrote:
    I love crochet. Also, do a little cross stitch and very simple sewing.

    Am interested in getting into homemade soaps and bath salts.


    I have a really good book about soap-making...it is by Norma Coney . It gives detailed instructions on rendering tallow from suet....I haven't tried any of these recipes because I could never get my hands on any suet and the supermarket butchers were always looking at me like I was insane...but I have an interest there, too!!!

    Let me know if you want any of the recipes form the book!!!


    Would love to have some of those recipes. Post them here at Zaar so we call all take a look at them.

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    spatchcock
    Tue May 20, 2003 2:10 pm
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    [quote="gingerkitten D"]
    Sharlene~W wrote:





    Here is my "cat"....what is French heirloom sewing?...sounds like it is beautiful!


    CUTE KITTY!!! How do you do this?!?! I'd love to make one for my sister!
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