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Old 02-17-2010, 10:52 AM   #1361
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Here is a link for a draw string bag:
http://www.skiptomylou.org/2010/02/1...-bag-tutorial/


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Would you share your parrtern for the tv potholders?

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TGIFtoo all of you. Yes, the potholders would be nice, could you share barbiejo? Please and thank you.
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The end of this workday will not come soon enough.I had to be a big showoff, and show some new kickboxing members what their slightly plump, over 50 instructor could do,and I am paying for it today. It hurts to breathe, reach up past shoulder level, but I am proud I overwhelmed some people half my age. But it still hurts, advil is my best friend today.

What's really bad, I have Zumba tonight. Owwwwww!!! I can do it, just painfully.


This weekend needs to start, quickly.


What is everyone else doing? Hopefully not whining like me.



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I love Zumba. . .it's my favorite workout! Are you an instructor? It's fabulous that you're an instructor. I haven't tried kickboxing. . .I don't think I'm fit enough. I might hurt something. LOL!

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The end of this workday will not come soon enough.I had to be a big showoff, and show some new kickboxing members what their slightly plump, over 50 instructor could do,and I am paying for it today. It hurts to breathe, reach up past shoulder level, but I am proud I overwhelmed some people half my age. But it still hurts, advil is my best friend today.

What's really bad, I have Zumba tonight. Owwwwww!!! I can do it, just painfully.


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I guess it depends on how you tight crochet and how big you want the pot holder as far as the numbers.

I use a G sized hook and any regular yarn,the "specialty yarn" feels too thin. I chain 45-80 stitches,...again depending on the size you want. Then add 2 chains,start to double crochett in each chain back to the end, do not turn the project over,just go to the other side of the chain and crochett to the end. You will see the end you did not turn will kinda curl up as it it tight and that is a corner. When you have done the whole chain full of double crochet,you slip stitsc and start the next row,chain 2 and go,...it fills in nicely and when you decide it's full enough you slip stitch it closed and you are done. The orriginal pattern I had said to single crochet and that took FOREVER!!! It was heavier but I am a tight crocheter and the double crochet works for me. These are good outside projects too durring the summer. Hope this works for you,had to do 2 rows to see it.
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I guess it depends on how you tight crochet and how big you want the pot holder as far as the numbers.

I use a G sized hook and any regular yarn,the "specialty yarn" feels too thin. I chain 45-80 stitches,...again depending on the size you want. Then add 2 chains,start to double crochett in each chain back to the end, do not turn the project over,just go to the other side of the chain and crochett to the end. You will see the end you did not turn will kinda curl up as it it tight and that is a corner. When you have done the whole chain full of double crochet,you slip stitsc and start the next row,chain 2 and go,...it fills in nicely and when you decide it's full enough you slip stitch it closed and you are done. The orriginal pattern I had said to single crochet and that took FOREVER!!! It was heavier but I am a tight crocheter and the double crochet works for me. These are good outside projects too durring the summer. Hope this works for you,had to do 2 rows to see it.
I think this is the pattern that I've done in the past, it kinda of looks like a open purse, than lay it down so the top edges meet, than slip stitch? I've always done it with single crochets, will have to try double. Going to see if I can find my pattern and compare it with yours! THANKS!!

It is a good way to use up small amounts of yarn, can make them very colorful or make them to go with your kitchen colors.
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I love Kickboxing! I want to try Zumba next. I am starting a Lap/Strip exercise class next week-my poor out of shape self is going to die! It is 55 minutes long!

I am trying to motivate to work on craft stuff but it just isn't happening!
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I teach kickboxing, just started Zumba, but I would love to get certified. Jazzercise is my fave workout, have a great instructor. I have not heard of lap/string, is this something new? I am going to check out Insanity on the web, I have to keep things moving, something new, or I bore easily. I guess the ADD in me.

And of course if I would get my hand out of the Girl Scout cookie box, I wouldn't have to do all this knee pounding workouts. lol

I just decided I am not going to starve anymore, just moderation, cut back on red meat, up the veggie portions. That's where the scrap/sewing comes in so well, keeps me occupied.

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Sunday afternoon bump...I exercise the old-fashion way....walking....
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I guess it depends on how you tight crochet and how big you want the pot holder as far as the numbers.

I use a G sized hook and any regular yarn, the "specialty yarn" feels too thin. I chain 45-80 stitches,...again depending on the size you want. Then add 2 chains,start to double crochet in each chain back to the end, do not turn the project over,just go to the other side of the chain and crochet to the end. You will see the end you did not turn will kinda curl up as it it tight and that is a corner. When you have done the whole chain full of double crochet,you slip stitch and start the next row, chain 2 and go,...it fills in nicely and when you decide it's full enough you slip stitch it closed and you are done. The original pattern I had said to single crochet and that took FOREVER!!! It was heavier but I am a tight crocheter and the double crochet works for me. These are good outside projects too during the summer. Hope this works for you,had to do 2 rows to see it.
I found my directions for the potholders that I've made in the past. Here they are:

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Ch 45, skip first ch, then sc in every ch. Sc all the way around until they meet in the center. Whip stitch shut.

Hope this makes sense. The more you chain to begin with the larger your potholer will be.
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Yup,that is the one I started with and I started with the dc as the sc took too long.
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And of course if I would get my hand out of the Girl Scout cookie box, I wouldn't have to do all this knee pounding workouts. lol

I just decided I am not going to starve anymore, just moderation, cut back on red meat, up the veggie portions. That's where the scrap/sewing comes in so well, keeps me occupied.

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We have a place that teaches-lap/strip and pole dancing workouts-they are supposed to be amazing workouts-here is the place by us www.misspole.com
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That looks interesting! You can also explore your feminine side by Belly Dancing. I haven't done it in years but, when I did.....whoa, what a work out!! Now, I am boring....just walk, ride my bike and hike......boring.
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Monday night bump...and grind....and oh better keep it G-rated.
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Here is a link to some free printable recipe cards (and other items too):
http://www.graphicgarden.com/files17...t/reccard1.php
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I LOVE Graphics Garden! The cutest stuff there.

Oh another good freebie place is DAISIE Free Printables. Her regular store, DAISIE Company, is awesome too, especially her clubs. (no membership required)
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Everyone probably has the winter doldrums, like me. I would love a weekend day warm enough to get out, and start some yard, and flower bed maintenance. Enough snow for us, I want some sun.



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TGIF bump....we are having a regular heat wave here...up to a balmy 45 degrees with some sunshine added too!!
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lucky you we in the UK are having snow mixed in with some rain oh maybe some strong gale-force wind and even some sunshine just our usual crap weather! xx Jo xx
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Jo...you gave me a chill all the way from the UK! Brrr...
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I make my christmas cards to a pre made envelope size as there are so many .... so I have been making the little patterned inserts into the envies, you know where you lick the flap and stick down? I have made a small template that fits my envies (and marking where I have to score so that it folds with the flap) and have just been cutting the patterned paper to size and sticking in, setting aside to fill with a card later, I have to make approx 40 give or take 5-10 LOL
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Sunday Morning bump... I thought I would share a recipe that I found at Christmas..I know you all have probably seen/or have but I think these would be great for Easter too:
http://www.ourbestbites.com/2009/12/...-it-seems.html
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Mary, I had seen that one before but, it is good to repeat. When I make these up for Christmas Parties or Gifts they are always instant success!
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I just finished the "bones" (attached the DP) of 3 chipboard books I bought at M's not too long ago when you got your entire purchase 20% off. I still have 5 more to make. Some of these are going to be teacher gifts and some for Christmas gifts.

The packages only have 5 pages in them, I think that is not enough because you can only get 8 or so pictures on them since they are roughly 6 x 6. So, I buy more packs and combine to get 8 pages. This way I use up more paper stashes and give the recipent more space to place pictures or journal.

This is my son's last year in school. For those of you who don't know, my son has special needs and here in Missouri you can go to school until 21. Clark turns 21 this Saturday. I have many mixed emotions right now. But, I want to do something really nice for these folks that have done so much for Clark.
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Check out these cinnamon rolls!!! http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2...nammon_rolls_/ They do look easy to make and sinfully good!!
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Tuesday bump...how goes the quilt Patrice?
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Here is a video for a cute magnetic board:
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Thanks for that video link, that is a great idea. And now I get another chance to go to Lowe's, which I love.

My quilt is laying in a box, gotta get it going again. Granny is doing very well, for 101, so I guess she is going to be with us a little while longer.



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Here is a video on how Dawn made a Christmas jar:
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You put your spare change in it and on Christmas day you leave it on someone's door step who you feel can use the extra monetary help.
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Happy Saturday morning...

This link is for those of us who like to make pretty things out of what some people would call trash..this is just stunning:
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Hiya everyone i am doing some christmas card stamping and have a fab image to colour BUT i cannot get the flames in the fire right. any ideas?xx jo xx
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just finished 8 mini clip boards for fall craft sale. Found them at Archivers and covered them with DP then pollyed them to make them "usefull" The one at the store was done in a kitchen theme to hold a recipe card. Ran with the idea. Will get the photo's on in the am.
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