So much to do so Little Time!

It’s been a busy couple of weeks around here so I’ve been all sporadic about the blogging again. But I promised Hazel some pictures of what I’ve been up to with the looms, and I promised some other people pictures of other things. I’ve got lots and lots of projects going on, so I’m trying to dig myself out of those.

Remember the leg warmers that I started when I first got to Colorado?  What was that, a year and a half ago. Well, with the moving around of much furniture and my stuff coming out here to the living room, the leg warmers were uprooted again, and I came  ~thiiiiiiiis >< close~ to ripping them out. But then I went and tried it on! It only needed one more scrappy bit of color, and then the ten rows of black (“it doesn’t even Match Mom!!!!” Yes, it does!  It has black at the top and bottom, and the next one will have black at the top and bottom, and that makes them Match! 😀 “Mooooooooom! That’s just weird.”) and wah-lah…


Then they were immediately ninja-ed by a child that claims they are not a match “but I liiiike them!” 😀 So about 20 more rows, and today that second one will be done. Looks like I have more scrappy leg warmers in my future because they are already fighting over this (Myyyyy) pair!


So then a couple of months ago I got my rectangle Hazel Rose loom in the mail, and I’ve been putting it off, and putting it off, but once again with the move of my desk all of my things are just still scattered. My looms being some of those things. (I can actually hang them on the wall now, because I have ~~space~~! Wheeeee!) So here’s what I’ve been doing. Isn’t it pretty??? I have enough of the big and little squares, but I need to make about a dozen more of the green rectangles!


Then there’s this, because I got tired of doing all one color, and broke it up with making some pink rectangles. See what I mean by too many projects? But there it is, started up.


My square stash. Hazel warns this will happen, and yep, yep, it does.  I counted them… 177 seven inch squares, 74 tiny squares, 2 diamonds, and 2 seven inch triangles.  Emily spotted the triangles and wanted to make a bunny out of them, and then she went and got the tri loom and made enough triangles to make two more bunnies besides that first yellow one.


We’re gonna be up to our necks in bunnies soon. Do we mind?  No, no, not at all! LOL Here’s one I made that’s on my shop.


And yeah, there’s even more stuff than that. If you’re friends with me on facebook I put a few of them there. I’ll get them here in a couple of days. Right now I’ve gotta go check school work, and then get lunch going. It’s a never ending circus of fun! 😛



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