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Farmyard in action!, originally uploaded by Annaelizc.

Realised I had not yet posted a pic of the Alan Dart Farm animals complete so had to do this first before starting my NaBloPoMo!

Here they are the last time Boo was playing with them, there are more cows in the cowshed and another horse in the stables which you can’t see on the piccy. There are some chickens and a duck missing! Must be in their room somewhere.

I am halfway through another sheep but haven’t done any of it in a while.

Also Boo has requested a black duck as there are black ducks at the farm we visit and he wants one for his farm.

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Handmade Stitch Markers, originally uploaded by Annaelizc.

I’m so pleased with these! They took seconds to make from some bits and pieces in my sewing box. I just made them quick as I needed them for a pattern I was knitting.

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One of my mission 101 goals is to do 3 ‘Lists of 100’ I have adapted one to fit in with this blog, as I have a HUGE things to make list anyway I thought I would extend it even further into a list of 100.

 100 (Creative) Things I would do if I had time.

 [001/100]     Knitting Needle Roll                                              COMPLETED HERE

[002/100]     Crayon Roll

[003/100]     Baby Food Jar Pin Cushion

[004/100]     Party Tree Lights

[005/100]     Fingerless Gloves                                  COMPLETED HERE

[006/100]     Christmas cake

[007/100]     Easter 2010 Tree Decorations

[008/100]     Fingerless Gloves (gift)

[009/100]     Arm Warmers for Boo

[010/100]     Patchwork Quilt

[011/100]     Hobby Gift Jars

[012/100]     Jeans Bag

[013/100]     New Custom Header for Blog

[014/100]     Aprons for boys

[015/100]     Golf Club covers for Mr W

[016/100]     Noah’s Ark & Animals for Boo & Moo

[017/100]     Broccoli Soup                                           COMPLETED HERE

[018/100]     Alan Dart Nativity Set

[019/100]     Jam

[020/100]     Nigella’s Chocolate Pear Pudding

[021/100]     Fabric Money Envelopes

[022/100]     Painted Mirror Picture

[023/100]     Slip Stitch Blanket

[024/100]     Recipe Box

[025/100]     Knitted cakes

[026/100]     Storage bags for Toys

[027/100]     Mary Jane Slippers (gift)

[028/100]     Knitted Christmas Puddings

[029/100]     Knitted Hot water bottle cover (gift)

[030/100]     Nappy Cake (Need someone to have a baby first!!)

[031/100]     Saartje’s Bootees                              COMPLETED HERE       

[032/100]     Decoupage Table for boy’s room

[033/100]     Carrot Cake with frosting

[034/100]     Remodel my lounge light fitting

[035/100]     Diagonal Baby Blanket

[036/100]     Crochet Baby Blanket

[037/100]     Shawl

[038/100]     Christmas ‘Ivy’ Tree with lights for front Garden

[039/100]     Family Tree Book for Boys

[040/100]     Felt Weather Chart for Boys

[041/100]     Reward Chart for Boo

[042/100]     Add Stars to Bunting for Boys Room

[043/100]     Glass painting jars for candles

[044/100]     Stitch Markers                                                       COMPLETED HERE

[045/100]     Decorate Jute Knitting Bag

[046/100]     Peg Dolls (as a craft to do with the boys)

[047/100]     Cookies for Santa Jars

[048/100]     Cookie Gift Jars (gift)

[049/100]     Bed warmer (gift)

[050/100]     Nigellas Christmas Morning Muffins               COMPLETED HERE

[051/100]     Breakfast Loaf

[052/100]     Chilli & Coconut Loaf

[053/100]     Repair Boys Memory Boxes

[054/100]     Resin Fridge Magnets

[055/100]     Frosting above Front Door

[056/100]     Children’s Garden outside backdoor

[057/100]     Personalised Christmas Crackers

[058/100]     Christmas Character with gifts in for Boxing Day

[059/100]     Jamie O Christmas Gravy                                         COMPLETED HERE

[060/100]     Tea Cosy

[061/100]     Jammy Dodgers                                                            COMPLETED HERE

[062/100]     Gnocchi

[063/100]     Pasta

[064/100]     Wellie Bag for Moo & Boo

[065/100]     Mince Pies                                           COMPLETED HERE

[066/100]     Mulled Wine

[067/100]     Window Boxes for Front Garden

[068/100]     Christmas Holly Wreath (Front Door)

[069/100]     Decorated herb/plant pots for kitchen – For all year salad/herb/veg

[070/100]     Felt & Fabric Heart Decorations for Valentines

[071/100]     Paper Lanterns

[072/100]     Moroccan Spice Loaf

[073/100]     Crumpets

[074/100]     Leek & Potato Soup                         COMPLETED HERE

[075/100]     Painted Picture Frames to match Staircase walls

[076/100]     Broach Gift Toppers

[078/100]     Magic Bottles (craft with the boys)               COMPLETED HERE

[079/100]     3 tier tin Serving piece

[080/100]     Shoe bench & Coat Hooks

[081/100]    Origami Christmas Gift Tags

[082/100]     Soy Wax Shot Glass Candles

[083/100]     Apple Cake

[084/100]     Book Sling for top Bunk

[085/100]     Paper Snowflake Decorations                COMPLETED HERE

[086/100]     Cork Board Frames

[087/100]     Cake Stand

[088/100]     Hand Print Plates

[089/100]     Kirstie’s Christmas Salt Dough Decorations           COMPLETED HERE

[090/100]     Gift Hampers                                                                       COMPLETED HERE

[091/100]     WashCloth/Facecloth Cupcakes

[092/100]     Socktails / Pint o’socks

[093/100]     Ice cream

[094/100]     PJ Fairy Pjs

[095/100]     Gift Baskets

[096/100]     Magnet Picture Frame

[097/100]     Windmills (as a craft to do with the boys)

[098/100]     Bed Caddy

[099/100]     Waldorf style dolls for Boo and Moo

[100/100]     Drawing Station for Boys pencils and crayons

And there is more! Sometimes there is just so much inspiration about I just have to keep adding ideas 😀

Paper Doll kits

Fabric Alphabet

Knitted Advent Calender

Papier Mache

Sock Monster

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Knitting needle Roll, originally uploaded by Annaelizc.

I desperately needed a knitting needle roll. I had a HUGE bag of needles which my mum gave to me (thank u 🙂 ), some were marked with imperial sizes, some where metric and some were US. Therefore everytime I wanted a different size needle I was searching through the bag for ages. So, despite feeling ill (Moos germs) I decided to make an extremely quick/rough attempt at one. The sewing is awful! I’m not very good on a sewing machine at the best of times but today I was more than awful. I wasn’t too bothered about how it looked as long as a) it sorted my needles out and b) it was done super quick so I could lie back down!

It has room for long needles/short needles/dpns/crochet hooks (and my circular needles fit in as well but have not put them in yet.

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Two Left Feet! , originally uploaded by Annaelizc.

Yes I know they are both left feet! I started these Mary Jane Bootees and thought the first one looked a bit small so I tried them again on needles one size up, although they do not look a lot different in the photo I am a lot happier with the slightly bigger one!

I am going to make another style of bootee as well for the same baby and decorate a box to put them in.

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WIP Golf Club Cover, originally uploaded by Annaelizc.

My Current WIP is a set of Golf club covers for Mr W.

The pattern I have is from Ravelry here, however he doesn’t want the symbols, he wants a ‘Wolves’ badge as in the Wolverhampton Wanderers football logo like this (Just the black wolves head not th border):

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Not sure if it achievable yet as the pattern is for symbols done in ‘duplicate stitch’ and I have never attempted intarsia? So will have to see! Any tips?

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This morning when we got up my eldest toddler announced his Teddy bed was poorly and needed a bed (and he needed one immediately)!

 So I decided to put to good use some squares I knitted a few years ago. They were for a huge throw from one of those partwork things you collect. I didn’t finish it as I lost interest in it when I worked out how much it was going to cost!!

We used a shoebox for the bed (do intend to get him a real bed when I see one) and made a pillow from a baby sheet and stuffed with toy stuffing. It has kept him occupied all morning!

Project:Make Ted a Bed! by you.

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