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Picture Your Projects

Started by Garnie P. Bethea. Last reply by Vickie Smith Nov 1, 2015. 16 Replies

Here is a discussion where you can post pictures of your crochet/knitting projects.  We'd love to see your work.Continue

Some Items I have Completed

Started by Wilma Schirra-Kays. Last reply by Wilma Schirra-Kays Oct 19, 2015. 3 Replies

Here are some items I have knitted or crocheted over the past year.  I am an avid sock knitter and knit socks for an orphanage in Russia.  My sister and I also do an annual craft fair in Henderson NV…Continue

Another little Wristlet...Think Prom

Started by connie smith. Last reply by Tina Tingle Smith Apr 1, 2012. 4 Replies


Tags: purse, prom, accessories, ribbon, coin

Purple and White Petal Wristlet

Started by connie smith Feb 23, 2012. 0 Replies

Hi everyone, Here is another wristlet.  I just have been crocheting up a storm.You can view more of my items at …Continue

Tags: purple, flower, wristlet, spring, accessories

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Comment by Mary Meserve on November 27, 2013 at 11:11am

I have had a lot of fun knitting the purses. I use Batik to cut my strips out of on the bias. Batiks are good because they look good on both sides. Kona cotton would look good also. I will take a photo today and post it.

Comment by Riana Noyes on November 20, 2013 at 8:32pm

Mary, what a great idea! l have a few fabrics in my stach that will never end up in my quilts...just not my style...but knitted 1/2" stips of them knitted would just show color, & not "pattern". Will you post some photos please?

Comment by Mary Meserve on November 20, 2013 at 11:01am


I just joined:) What a fun website. I have been having a lot of fun lately knitting purse out of 1/2 inch strips of batik fabric. They turn out so nice and of course wonderful color.

Comment by Suzann Darnall on September 10, 2013 at 7:49pm
Mandy, i don't make a lot of money, but it is nice to get a little extra and i feel blessed every time i get an order. i am especially grateful when it happens around the holidays.
Comment by Mandy Currie on September 10, 2013 at 2:25pm

Riana, a hopechest of projects for retirement is such a good idea. Good luck with your orders Suzann, you ladies in America are so lucky to have a thriving quilt industry to actually make money from something you love. Good for you.

Comment by Suzann Darnall on September 10, 2013 at 9:50am
Riana, in addition to the recent quilt orders i have three gift quilts to do. but, i do not make traditional quilts, so it is not the same as someone making a double wedding ring or the like. six of the eight quilts are memory quilts and three of those six are t-shirt quilts, so not as hard and take a bit less time. other two are my variation of strip-quilting quilt as you go. sorta patchwork meets crazy quilting with my own spin on top. so, i can probably get them all done on time.
i need to have a wedding gift by the end of sep. it is half done. then, i need another wedding gift by the end of nov. and, two t-shirt quilts by Xmas. then, if there is any extra time, i will try to get the third t-shirt quilt before Xmas. the final three memory quilts are due by early spring, sometime mid mar to first part of apr. so, deadlines, but probably not too strenuous ... assuming all goes well with the quilts and nothing disastrous happens elsewhere in my life. ;-)
Comment by Riana Noyes on September 10, 2013 at 8:43am

Oh my, 5 quilts...are there deadlines involved? 

Comment by Suzann Darnall on September 10, 2013 at 8:19am
i am blessed to be a stay-home wife, so more time ... sometimes ... for quilting and crochet. of course, now that one daughter and two grandkids have had to move in with us, both time and money a little less available, but coping. and, the Lord does provide, since i just got orders for five quilts in the past week, which means more $$$. ~~hehe~~ very excited!!!
Comment by Riana Noyes on September 9, 2013 at 10:35pm

Ahhh work =$=$ for fabric, yarn,floss,kits, patterns:) Retirement has its reward in time, but a strict budget must be adhered to.l filled a hopechest with many would be projects, kits , yarn etc., even started some projects while working.Learned new quilting techniques, and have been picking away at the "ufo's" from hopechest since retiring 4 yr. ago. l even learned new crafts, like rug hooking. Now l sew/knit for grandkids, family, and donate a lot to causes..knits for Sally Anne hampers, project Linus kid's quilts, wallnhangins for animal shelter fundraisers, bedquilts for hospice house, and many more to come. Soon my grndkids'll be old enough to learn some of these skills:)

Comment by Jacqueline Sas on September 9, 2013 at 9:53pm

Hello everyone, I am new to the forum.  I knit, quilt, counted cross stitch and sew garments.  I live in central Illinois and don't work on my crafts as much as I would like, work gets in the way. 


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