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February 25, 2011

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Melody

They are so sweet.

GroovyMoments

Almost everything I have been making is in preparation for a new baby. Busy, busy, busy. I just keep adding projects!
http://groovygoods.blogspot.com/2011/02/four-corners-nursing-top.html
http://groovygoods.blogspot.com/2011/02/cloth-pre-folds.html

Love the elephant and the piece of cake. I was hoping to crochet these for my son's Easter gift:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/59725204/pdf-amigurumi-easter-pattern-set
I have only ever made a blanket, so we'll see!

Jessica Levitt

Thanx Melody!

jess

Carolyn

Oh, don't buy the plastic! There is an awesome ebay seller that sells plates of felt food for $5 plus shipping - she makes it all herself. It is SO worth it to have her make it. I have all her plates. When kids come over to play...they go right to the play kitchen and the felt food!

Check out seller jsm62769. Here is her store link:

http://shop.ebay.com/jsm62769/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=

Celeste

I use polyester pellets for weight in my craft projects. They aren't near as cheap as stuffing, so I usually mix the two. I just get mine from the craft store, but here's a website that has a good picture of them:
http://www.craftpellets.com/

christianne

You can also use crushed walnut shells - people use that for making pincushions - you can get them at pet store and some quilting shops. They give things some good weight

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