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Hottest SuperBowl Item for 2012

Posted on February 5, 2012 at 3:10 PM

The buzz around the craft world today is the

2012 Indianapolis Blue & White Volunteer Scarves.

The project was announced in January of 2010 with a goal of 8,000 scarves for each of their volunteers around the stadium. To reach this goal they projected they would need to receive about 12 scarves per day. The Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee asked the community to hand knit, crochet, or weave a scarf for each of the volunteers...

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Plastic Canvas Quick Tips - Oct. 6th, 2010

Posted on October 8, 2011 at 11:25 PM

- Keep an ordinary emery board handy when working with plastic canvas. It is great for filing off tiny rough edges and for rounding off corners.

- Using fabric softener sheets for the dryer will remove grease pencil markings from plastic canvas. The sheets do not tear as easily and the marks come off easily.


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Night Vision Yarn

Posted on October 8, 2011 at 11:15 PM
Well not really... because it's yarn after all. One can NEVER have enough of it.

On the way home from work tonight I needed to stop into the local Hobby Lobby for a few things. Yarn was the most important thing but I did find a couple of other things I was looking for forever. Which will be another post soon I promise. Also my dear hubby said it was ok, well actually he didn't know I was stopping because then I would have had to come get hi...
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Adventures In Crafting

Posted on October 8, 2011 at 11:10 PM
This is my first post to the new craft blog, I am working on. Ok... who am I kidding it will never be finished ;) There is so many incredible crafters, and artists out there waiting for me to check them out so this will be my work in progress crafting adventure.

I will be adding new categories, posts, events as fast as I find them. As an avid crafter myself I find it exciting to go out and see what everyone else is doing. I primarily croch...
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