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As always, I am far behind but come on now, brag a little are you "on the ball" and have all your x-mas projects started or are you like me, behind again ?

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I, like you, am always behind. Although, for some unknown reason I have actually given this some thought (and we are not even in November yet)!

I actually pulled out my pattern stash last night and got some great ideas. I will be starting some of my gift ideas later this week.

What sort of projects are you doing as gifts?

I have been thinking of doing some dishcloths, dish soap covers, pot holders and towel holders as gift ideas for aunties, sister in law and grandmother. I was also thinking of doing a doll or doll clothing for my nieces and youngest daughter. I recently found some jewelry patterns I may try for my older daughters. Maybe a shawl or two for mom and mother in law...

...I think, it is a little to late, and I am a little over ambitious...

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Right now I am working on an afghan for my new Grandma, almost finished, then I have to make another afghan for my Grandpa. And in between those I have a few things I would like to get up on the Bellaonline Crochet page for all of you to try <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> no rest for the wicked, hehehehehehe

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Not to brag, but I finished my Christmas crochet projects (there were 4 of them) before summer. I learned long ago to not try to crochet heavy afghans in the summer, so I try to get started in January. It's left me feeling at loose ends, so to speak, not having any pressure deadlines, so I can just crochet for the heck of it now. Still trying to find an outlet for all the extra afghans I've been doing with leftover yarn stash.


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I've completed an afghan for my son (because he swears that real men don't wear scarves even if they match the new hat that was crocheted. I figure real men get cold in the winter and he will need a blanket.) I've finished a great jacket for my daughter out of that boulce(sp) yarn. The picture of the hooded jacket for my granddaughter was a Christmas present project. I just had her model it so you all could see how cute she was. I'm working on the Rainbow Ribbon tie front from Angelia's site. I'm just crocheting and crocheting. I finished the afghan in about a week and was so proud of my self and announced that I was finished with it to my husband. His comment was "Why are you so excitied about it...Your only going to crochet again?" I'm still trying to figure that one out.
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I sometimes feel like I am not going to get to it. Thanks for reminding me. This year seems to be very frantic. Maybe it is just the times.

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I'm Knitting some Scarves with the Bernat Disco yarn.
Crochet with the Fun Fur seems to come out too heavy for me
and Knitting makes a finer stitch.
Just my preference.


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Extra afghans - nursing home residents need lap blankets!

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Beautiful family. I'm guessing they belong to you?
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I'm quite proud of myself this year... it's the first year I haven't decided to "start" the "christmas present afghan" made of a giant granny square in the middle of December <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />
I have one done, 1 quilted one about 1-2 weeks from being done, and my third (another quilted one) is about a month away, if that, from finished. Plus the numerous placemats and dish rags that I made as the "quit smoking projects" <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

And I must say Susan, they are a cute bunch ya got there <img src="/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

Amy
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