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Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Talk About Tuesday


It's a mini sweater factory around here! I've been working on getting my custom orders done for my mini sweater ornaments and by the end of today I should be all caught up! My shop should be stocking these ornaments (and the OU ones) again by the end of the week. I'm taking Eva to the indoor play center this morning (every Tuesday morning we try and do something with Mary and the girl she watches) and I should be able to get a fair amount done there while they run around like little heathens. Last time we went she actually took a nap later in the day (she stopped regular napping in August).
This picture includes the bag I'm keeping my stuff in. Recognize those? They are Organizing Bags (cliick the button in the sidebar). This small bag is just perfect for carrying everything I need to make my ornaments. I keep some business cards in the pouch because when I work on these in public, I get a lot of attention. Speaking of which, I better brush my hair and teeth if I'm going to be getting some attention today!

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12 comments:

  1. So adorable! And love the organizing bag too!

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  2. Wow, you have a busy day ahead! Happy crafting!

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  3. You should do these up in BYU and UofU colors. Cute!

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  4. Awesome. I love this.

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  5. Too cool! And if OU is Oklahoma and not Ohio then I know several people who NEED one of these. Me included. ;-)

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  6. Janet3:23 PM

    How long does it take you to whip one of those out, or is that a trade secret? Have a fun play time.

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  7. Jennifer-They are totally Oklahoma! Boomer Sooner!

    Janet-I've never been able to sit down and knit one without being interrupted (believe it or not!). I figure they take between an hour or two.

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  8. Have you ever tried doing a Purdue one? I'd love one of those.

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  9. Heather- I could totally do Purdue. I just need to find the right yarn in my stash. I have some black/gold but it is a thicker weight than my red/white so I'd need to figure out how to make it look best.

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  10. If you ever find time and desire to do a Purdue one then let me know. We had an ornament we bought while living there, but it broke. We'd like to have ornaments to represent Purdue. Almost all our ornaments on our tree have sentimental value for us.

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