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Susan Averello
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I was always like this
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Knitting project - Fingerless gloves
As if chills up, knitting projects are taking over my mind. No that's a lie; I keep busy all year with knitting - especially socks. I just finished these gloves using the magic loop method. Being a 2x2 rib they are very stretchy and I made them long enough ...
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Just a few thought on 2016
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It's that time of the year!
Penguin Earrings It's that time of the year, time to enjoy the holidays, eat to much and look back at the past year. 2016 was a rough one. We lost too many people to even count, John Glenn being the most recent - at least he loved a long life at 95 - but ma...
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Polymer Clay Christmas Balls using oil paints
A few years ago I went to a workshop with Doreen Cassel making ornaments using white polymer and then using oil paints for color. This weekend I had fun making a whole new batch. Actually I am still going. These are just a few of the ornaments I have listed...
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Check out this new witch I just finished
The Witches are Out!
The Witches are Out!
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The Witches are Out!
I decided to give a nod to Halloween and finish this doll. It's been sitting for quite a while on my shelf, bald and undressed for months. I got the head and then the body and got stuck. I still have trouble with sewing and costuming dolls, so unless I have...
The Witches are Out!
The Witches are Out!
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  I’ve been enchanted by doors recently – going from one place to another, stepping into a new world. Especially fairy doors. Also I’ve been making lots of switch plate covers – so I decided to combine the two. Open the door and let in the light
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A good swap can bring out creativity in ways that a single project doesn’t. You need to find something that is reproducible enough for many items (in this case 80) but still leaves room for expression and some individuality. I don’t want to just cookie…
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