Friday, February 15, 2013

Stashbusters

I'll take a break from the fair posts to show you what I've finished for the Stashbuster Challenge this week.

Stashbuster #3
(don't forget the link to the photo tutorial)

After much deliberation, I decided to leave them plain. I like the simplicity of the hearts by themselves. I ended up making 2 buntings from all the hearts I made (15 total), one for the living room and one for the dining room.

Stashbuster #4

These were so much fun to make! I think I'm addicted to making tiny crochet: yo yos, hearts, etc. There's just something about miniatures.

I'm almost done with Stashbuster #5, the No Beginning Chain Egg Blanket, so pics yet.

Stashbuster #6

More hearts! I love the lattice look in the middle of these, plus the two-colored chain was fun to make. And more miniatures: tiny clothespins to hang them! 

Stashbuster #7

It's finally happened; I've crossed the border into..GASP..AMIGURUMI! I made my first stuffed animal. He came out cute, but I still don't like sewing the pieces on.

And here are my Photo a Day Challenge pics for the last week:

February 7, 2013


Your Name
This is my name badge for my jewelry business. After 7 years, it's a little beat up; I really should order a new one.

February 8, 2013


Something Orange
I love navel oranges. So bright and cheery. 

February 9, 2013


Guilty Pleasure
For me, it's definitely Girl Scout Thin Mints. Every year, I buy 2 boxes, one for the family, and one just for me. I put mine in the freezer. There's nothing like a frozen thin mint. Yumm! I think I should go check the freezer to see if I have any left...

February 10, 2013


3:00
Of course, we were at the fair at 3:00 on the 10th. I love pictures of Ferris Wheels, but I don't like riding them. Too high!

February 11, 2013

Entrance
Missed this one, but it probably would have been the entrance to the fair.

February 12, 2013


Where You Ate Lunch
A nice little place called home :-) Here's my pizza going in circles in the microwave.

February 13, 2013


Walking
Before my shift started at the fair, I took a walk over to the iced tea booth. On the way, I passed a tractor exhibit. I like the pink one best :-)

February 14, 2013


Love Is...
A hand drawn picture from Hope. I think it's sweet how she incorporates my love of owls in every card she makes for me. This one also includes my love of coffee.

February 15, 2013


Inside Your Fridge
There's not much in there; because of our hectic schedules this week, we've been either eating out or cooking quick convenience foods (very bad for us; we'll have to do some serious redeeming when this week is over!).

I hope you have a FUNtastic Friday!
Thanks for reading.
Blessings :-)

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18 comments:

  1. The hearts are really cute...and great stash-busters ;-)

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    1. Thanks! There were a lot of fun to make, and I did use up quite a bit of stash.

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  2. Oh my goodness that pink tractor is too cute!!! Great idea to do some stash buster projects. I really ought to do some as my piles are everywhere just now haha.

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    1. I thought so; I especially love the heart.
      I still have yarn piles everywhere too!

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  3. Love the granny heart bunting!

    Thanks for dropping by Crochet Concupiscence this week. It was great to find a new online friend and discover your blog ...

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  4. Very cute I love the heart bunting I need to make some for next year

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    1. Thanks :-) I'll probably make more for next year; I really liked making it. Heart bunting for every door!

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  5. I love all your stash busting projects. They are all great.

    Linda

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  6. The heart stash-busting is awesome!!! I would like to decorate with hearts all year long....hmmmm I think I will. Are you in?

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    1. Thanks :-) Sounds good to me; I still haven't taken mine down!

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  7. They are all lovely, love the bunting, have a great weekend :)

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  8. Love all the hearts you've crocheted - very pretty. I love that pink tractor too - if I had a farm, that's what my tractor would look like. :)

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    1. Thanks :-) I had a lot of fun making them.
      I think mine would be pink, too :-)

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  9. Hi ,My name is Luna (actually last name) .Found your blog visiting "The Crafty Homeschool Mom" ,she is a sweetheart.
    I like your blog,love the granny heart bunting and the penguin too.Love the picture with the pink tractor...beautiful tractor.reminds me spending time in my grandparents farm in my childhood.
    I'm inviting you to visit my crochet blog a and have fun looking at my projects and pictures " if you have time" you are Welcome,anytime.
    Happy weekend,

    Luna

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    1. Welcome, Luna :-) Yes, I agree; she is.
      Thanks! I just became a follower of your blog, too!

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