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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 168209 views.
Cathy (cacnurse1)

From: Cathy (cacnurse1)

Nov-15

You got the idea of it.  That's what counts.  All professions have their mysterious initial vocabulary.  Always a guessing game for others. 

Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

From: Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

Nov-16

We're on a road trip this weekend. I'm working on my Hawaiian applique Forever Project.

I'm halfway done with this block.

I like the fabric. Is that from SAS?

Suze (casuzenn)

From: Suze (casuzenn)

Nov-17

'Butterflies' quilt is almost done...I have the front of the binding done...just need  to stitch it down and I have the label all ready to stitch down...

Started working on 'Miss MaryJane the Pirate Gecko' quilt...she is steamed down, ready for couching purple thread around her...and I have the purple borders cut out...

Almost done with my Ugly Fabric item...just a few more details and that will be ready for Retreat!

Msg 3006.2989 deleted
Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

From: Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

Nov-17

I haven't a clue where the batik fabric came from.  If you recognize it from SAS, then it very well could be true.

Misha (MISHAMISHA)

From: Misha (MISHAMISHA)

Nov-17

FYI, I deleted the post from “Jack Daniels“ who seems to only be here to post a link to something.
 

edited: thanks Mishi and Jonna for alerting me to Jack’s second spam message  he’s Now blocked  

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Nov-17

Sounds silly but I'm thinking about flowers for spring by starting to work with polymer clay again. You might recall that I've grumbled about squirrels burying acorns in the very large pots on my terrace  These rascals return in the spring to dig up the acorns and also dig up my newly-planted wax begonias which I find highly annoying.

Okay, this coming year I will not plant wax begonias. I will plant a bunch of polymer clay posies, birds and bugs and such on long metal stakes. I started this collection last summer and I will add to it by spending the winter creating oodles more.

Here's a 21 o'clock flower for starters.  (You do recall your grandmothers planting four o'clocks, don't you?)  This thing has 21 yellow dots around its center ... hence the peculiar name.  It is not on a stake yet, just resting on the bowl I used to shape it for baking but you get the idea ... large red petals, smaller red petals, some stuff in the center, drooping on a glass bowl and baked until firm.

And I'm off and running on creating strange blossoms for my flower pots for the 2020 gardening season.  grinning 

I will never try to create a "real" flower ... only aiming for cartoon-ish ones.

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