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    FranB
    Mon May 26, 2003 9:08 pm
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    Vicki G:
    Here are some sites which may interest you:

    http://www.daves-snowflakes.com/

    http://www.planetpals.com/valentine.html

    http://www.christiancrafters.com/chrismon.html

    The following is a nice Craft Site with various crafts and info. It has an interesting section on Scherenschnitte (papercutting). One of the message boards I happened upon had a post by someone who suggested going to the library and checking for books on Scherenschnitte.

    http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pointe/2357/page4.htm

    I went to www.google.com and typed in scherenschnitte patterns in the search area and a number of sites came up. I also typed in papercutting patterns and found some sites.
    Quokkagirl
    Wed May 28, 2003 5:46 pm
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    I have supplies for many types of crafts- but I organize them then never get to them. Some of the things I am ready to start are:
    Origami
    Paper-pricking (doesn't that tempt you to make a witty remark?)
    Drawing Celtic knots.
    Faux painting
    Making my own concrete stepping stones.
    Mosaics.
    Stained glass.
    Fake stained glass.
    Pergamano.
    Rubber stamping
    Scrapbooking.
    Illuminated manuscripts.
    crochet.
    tatting.
    knitting.
    tassel making
    silk ribbon flowers.
    silk ribbon embroidery.
    wood burning.
    cross stitch.

    As my house becomes cleaner and more organized I feel more optimistic about actually doing these things. Soon! icon_biggrin.gif
    Lorac
    Thu May 29, 2003 12:45 am
    Forum Host
    icon_biggrin.gif Oil painting
    icon_biggrin.gif silk flower arrangements
    icon_biggrin.gif sewing - mostly window treatments, table cloths and pillows
    icon_biggrin.gif greeting cards - computer
    icon_biggrin.gif xmas decorations and gifts
    icon_biggrin.gif photograpy - amature struggling with Adobe Photoshop
    *^-^*
    Lorac
    Thu May 29, 2003 12:52 am
    Forum Host
    Sue L wrote:
    Here are some of the things I am interested in:

    Dried floral arranging
    Sewing folk art dolls
    Quilting
    Decorative painting (primitive style)
    Soap making
    Counted cross-stitch
    Needlework
    Other sewing projects but I haven't really spent time sewing clothes
    Polymer clay

    I had been selling my stuff at a craft mall and was getting quite a lot of money for it. Since I moved to the house I'm at now, I have a little problem finding the room to put all the stock and workshops (I needed 2 of them). Doing florals takes a lot of room. icon_eek.gif
    So right now, I'm just doing stuff for myself.


    icon_biggrin.gif Sue, I love the idea of sewing folk art dolls. I have a collection of Raggedy Ann and Andys. I would love to make cloth dolls. Do you use patterns?
    *^-^* Carol
    Mysterygirl
    Wed Jun 04, 2003 3:40 pm
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    Sandaidh wrote:
    Sly Girl wrote:
    Anyone tryed bobbin lace? I was trying to get all the stuff to try it, but I haven't done it yet. I have a feeling that will be another winter project.


    Yep. One of those I forgot on my list. icon_redface.gif


    I'm not sure what everyone means by bobbin lace but I tat usuing a small shuttle. Haven't done it in ages. I need to get it out again because I enjoyed that.
    Sandaidh
    Thu Jun 05, 2003 12:00 am
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    Bobbin lace is making lace using bobbins to hold the yarns/threads. Here's a link to tell/show you more -
    http://www.havenonline.com/bobbinlace/

    I have a beginner's kit, which uses a piece of shaped styrofoam board instead of a pillow. The beginner's kit has let me try it without spending a lot of money. Maybe after my move, I'll get it out again and "play" with it. I tat, too, both needle tatting and shuttle tatting. icon_biggrin.gif
    Nancy Barnes
    Thu Jun 12, 2003 8:35 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hi Stacylu:

    I love to quilt also. Belong to a local quilt guild. I am currently working on 3 quilts. That way I won't be bored with one.
    Catnip46
    Fri Jul 06, 2012 12:42 am
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    I like to crochet, knit, needle point, and working with recyclables. Right now I'm in to Garden Art made from dishes, making purses and belts from pop can pull tabs, full size Halloween scary people and props made from household junk and recyclables.
    Molly53
    Fri Jul 06, 2012 11:09 am
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    Catnip46 wrote:
    I like to crochet, knit, needle point, and working with recyclables. Right now I'm in to Garden Art made from dishes, making purses and belts from pop can pull tabs, full size Halloween scary people and props made from household junk and recyclables.
    I bet you'd enjoy plarn ("yarn" made from plastic grocery bags) crafts, Catnip.

    This is a trash-to-treasure purse made from plarn and pop tops:


    Here are the directions: http://www.myrecycledbags.com/2011/07/03/plarn-pop-tab-tote-bag/
    Catnip46
    Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:05 pm
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    Oh Molly thank you so much. I love it. I will have to try one, when I get one done I will post a picture. Thanks again.
    Molly53
    Fri Jul 06, 2012 8:13 pm
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    butterfly567
    Sun Jul 29, 2012 6:52 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I love to embroider
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