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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Resume Transmissions in 3...2...1...

And we're back folks! A bout of cluster headaches had me offline for a while but I am back and ready for more!

As promised in my last post, this little gem is dedicated to the often-overlooked projects in my home: the ones in progress. I spend so much time planning the projects to come and looking over the ones that I've finished but rarely do I take time to look at what I'm doing right this moment. This is akin to the problem of not living in the moment, which many people share. As part of my self-reflection I am trying to end my struggle with this issue one little step at a time. Like obsessing over projects that are currently in progress!

Goddess Dolls
Somehow these two beauties ended up vastly different sizes but they both turned out well. Two down, five to go!

Converse Baby Booties

                                 

I'm almost done with these little beauties and just in time for my friend's baby shower. I can't wait to see the look on her face when she gets them! =)

Elf Booties
I must confess that this picture is a wee bit old. I've finished the body of the first booty and will be finishing the cuff as soon as I find the yarn for it. They knit up so quickly, I might just make a set for the whole family!

Personalized Bags
These two beauties are the test bags from my wedding craft days. The one on the left will be glamour-rock chic with the addition of some glitter, a strand of pearls, and the initials of my niece. Bag #2 will be receiving a more "sweet" look with lots of pinks, rhinestones, and ribbon.

It doesn't seem like much but these little beauties have been taking up a lot of my time. Hopefully I'll have a "recently completed" post for you all soon, which means I'll be on to the next round of gifts with only 4 months left until Yule. Wish me luck!

For my next post I will be discussing the Pagan deity the Green Man and sharing a craft you can do to connect with this great European god.

Until then, Blessed Be.

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