Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Sneak Peek

The other day I mentioned that I had 6 different projects going at the same time. Tanya from Allotments4you suggested that I might give a sneak peek at what I was working on so that's what I'm going to do today.
I have 5 pictures here of the started and as of yet unfinished projects in the works. Tomorrow I will show you number 6 which I did finish.
I have two different things going on the knifty knitter looms. One on a round one and one on the long one.
I started this one first

Then I decided I wanted to make a birthday gift for one of the girls at work who's birthday is this Saturday so I started this.

No, this is not my laundry

Valentines Day is getting really close

Jumbo quilling


29 comments:

  1. We must be kindred spirits :) You have a few more projects going on at one time than I do. You juggle better than me. Everything looks beautiful!

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  2. clothes pegs I didn't know anybody had them anymore..:)

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  3. Love seeing your projects in progress... I'm glad I'm not the only one with multiple, multiple, multiple messes going all at once.

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  4. A beautified post tonight!! Everything I see is beautiful and a delight to the eyes. And I love the colors on the loom! Next, a coat for Duke!!

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  5. You are busy! I love all the colour in your photos!

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  6. Woof! Woof! COOL! my mom used to knit (the old fashion way). Does those knit rings really works? Lots of Golden Luck on finishing your projects (it is wonderful you always find time to do all these fun projects). We will start a Paw Crafts soon - mom is joining a Sewathon. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  7. I don't understand how those knitting things work but I love the colors you chose on that first one. Love the Valentines cards too!

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  8. Why not have six different projects going on at the same time. I see nothing wrong with that at all. I so envy you of your creative streak. I sure wish I had a creative streak.

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

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  9. Love seeing all the projects! Can't wait to see the finished products.

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  10. OoooH, jumbo quilling - I wanna see that!

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  11. Last time I went to JoAnn's I was curious about those knitting rings as well....maybe you could show us how they work??? :) Is it hard? What can you make with them?

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  12. For sure these six different projects will turn into six different wonderful results! :D

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  13. You seem to have got the hang of those nifty knitters....and the quilling looks great so I can't wait to see the completed project....Valentines day is kind of obvious but I have a whole list of things going through my head for those pegs...some of them probably shouldn't be printed though...lol

    Oh and thanks for the mention.. :-)

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  14. I love the look of the nifty knitting and the jumbo quilling! Can't wait to see the end results ...

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  15. Is that mold growing on the top one? Just how long have you been working on it?

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  16. See, now I can start 6 projects at once too, but it's an awful lot like TV. There's usually only one survivor in the end ;o)

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  17. Can't wait to see how the niffty knitter projects come out. Looks like you have them under control. I don't know how you find time to work.

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  18. I am awed by your craftiness. The knitting looms look cool. I would love to try that.

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  19. You appear to be one busy lady, Ann. I'm looking forward to seeing the finished products.

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  20. Wow, you have so many different projects going on at the same time! I'm curious to see what you're making with that pink yarn :)

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  21. hope you have a really big craft room, this is a lot of things to do at one time. talk about multi tasking. at least my projects are all combined in the computer. i am a little jealous of your talents. craft is not in my vocabulary, but i like looking at what others create. are you teaching duke to be your assistant

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  22. hope you have a really big craft room, this is a lot of things to do at one time. talk about multi tasking. at least my projects are all combined in the computer. i am a little jealous of your talents. craft is not in my vocabulary, but i like looking at what others create. are you teaching duke to be your assistant

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  23. Boy, you've been busy! I'm looking forward to the looms result.

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  24. That metalic yarn is nice. You must do a row and slip it over.

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  25. I love your projects! I think if you are crafty you do tend to have lots of projects on the go at once (well that's how I justify it!)
    Jille x

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  26. You Wear meh OUT Girlchild!!Hahaaaa...I would never be able to keep up with you!!Lolol
    But everything is gonna be SO Pretty!!!
    hughugs

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  27. Yup ~ a very crafty girl indeed!
    xo Catherine

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  28. I can't wait to see everything finished. They all look like they are off the a great start.

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  29. LDH :) must be. I don't know about juggling better I think it's more a lack of concentration on my part...lol

    livintheblues lol, yep found em at the dollar store.

    sharkbytes I'm glad I'm not the only one too. I feel less alone :)

    ginny ah yes a coat for duke, I've had that one on the list for a while

    alan I try to be, it keeps me out of trouble...lol

    sugar I never learned how to knit the old fashioned way. Paw crafts sounds pretty cool, can't wait to see

    beaded tail it's pretty simple just wind the yarn then pull the loops over

    sandee I don't see anything wrong with it either :)

    gayle I can't wait to see the finished products myself so that I can start more

    grace, for some reason I'm working on that one the least. hopefully this weekend

    tanyia they aren't hard at all and you can make all kinds of stuff. Provo crafts has a bunch of patterns on their web site

    junezach I sure hope so

    allotments4you I think I do :) and you are very welcome

    philippa I'm really liking the looms, they're fun

    fishhawk lol it just might be but I don't think it's been sitting that long

    jen ROFL, I could show you a box I have in the basement that has projects that I started years ago

    russ I blow off cleaning my house that's how I find the time...lol

    Anne I really like the looms, so far I've only done a scarf but once I feel like I'm better I'm going to try something more difficult

    Leeuna keeps me out of trouble.

    duni you won't have to wait too long since that's the gift for the girl at work, I'll be taking pictures of that one soon

    sandra my craft room isn't nearly big enough and my husband doesn't appreciate it when I expand out into the living room, dining room and the man cave...lol

    helen, just wish I had more time to work on them all

    out on the prairie yep, that's exactly what you do. the yarn in that one is one of those fun fur yarns

    jille well I'll agree with that line of thinking, works for me :)

    donna I'm sure you could keep up just fine...lol

    catherine i try at least

    tammy well I'm getting there slow but sure

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