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Squeeeeeeeeeee!  Kiss  You may not be used to sewing, but that turned out great, just as good as the original!  You are going to have two very happy piggies!  Kiss

Wow, if I could sew that good after not sewing for 5 years, I'd be happy...great job!  Kiss

Now I'm wondering how a certain kitty would like something like that...though I'd have to knit or crochet it, as I'm sewing challenged, LOL.  But it looks sooooooooooo adorable!  Do they make a human sized one?  LOL!

What wonderful ingenuity that you made such a great toy for your piggies, and for a fraction of the cost of buying it!  Kiss

I posted three FREE knitting books for Kindle for today...grab them before they're gone!  (Note: you do not need to have an actual Kindle.  If you have a smartphone, you can download a Kindle reader app for FREE...if all you have is a PC, you can download to your PC...and I believe there may also be a way now of completely bypassing any kind of reader app to read directly online - though please don't quote me on that, as I'm not sure.  I find the PC reader to be quite decent for pattern content...since I don't own a Kindle, I can't say how well it works...but I would think a smaller screen would make patterns kind of difficult to read.)

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I'll keep looking.  If I find a source I'll be sure to share it here. Smiley

Hi everyone Smiley
Well - I used to use forums a lot, but with the rise of Facebook a lot of the ones I used to use have almost died a death. Recently I've got into crafting again, the main emphasis (for the moment) being on knitting. I've enjoyed trying to finish a patchwork blanket I started about 10 years ago, as well as smaller squares as part of a group to create a blanket for the women's refuge (saw the idea in Simply Knitting magazine). I'm now in the middle of 5 weeks off work after an ankle operation so am making the most of being laid up and knitting away! My latest creation is a laptop bag with the glee logo on the front. I was having problems with an online pattern creator and someone on ravelry mentioned this site - came on, used the tool and voila! Glee laptop bag is on its way to being done again.  (so thanks)
I'm a 28 year old teacher and I  live in SW England with my partner and 3 cats, like music, camping, reading and crafts.


Seahorse - OMGoodness, I wish I could get permission, too. But, she's in Brasil and perhaps a bit of a language problem. So, I'll wait. But the Paisley earrings I did get permission to teach and it went over pretty well. Here's a picture of my favorite that I made.

This was in the Bead & Button issue April 2010. Since it was copper, it was easy (and cheap!) to get all the gauges I needed from Home Depot. They work up quickly and my students were able to complete their pair in the allotted class time. I really liked that!

I love chainmaille!! The thought of making an entire outfit with jump rings really boggles my mind. There is no way I would do one even for $1,000!! Just the time alone makes it cost prohibitive, not to mention the cost/time of making the bazillion jump rings you'd need. Yeah, I've got my limits - LOL!!

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