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Sharing some craft

Posted on: December 8, 2010

On top of ceramics I do like to keep my hands busy with other things, crafts that I can do at home instead of in the studio. With my activity on swap-bot I have made some things to swap with other folks. I enjoy paper crafts but also fabric or embroidery things as well. I thought I would share some of the things I have made recently, including some postcards, bookmarks, John Waters themed ATCs, and a quilted Christmas stocking. The stocking in particular really makes me want to sew some more, and maybe over the holidays while I’m cuddled up in the cold I will make some more things that I have had ideas for a while. I think the pillow from an old hand bag will be next on the list. I also am going to try my first dotee doll soon for a swap, possibly with left over x-mas fabric.

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2 Responses to "Sharing some craft"

Fun to see that other people don’t stay in one medium either. I try to keep some hand sewing items around so I can hang out with the family a little more.

swapbot – stampkrl

It is wonderful to keep in-between craft projects, when one is feeling so, isn’t it? I love your work, and wish you well on all your creative experiences. That sock is so cute. I like your light colors for your bookmark. We seem to use a similar kind of look on our craft projects. Happy New year! Ana Goncalves from the End of year Blog Comment Swap on Swap-bot.

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