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Project List

Here is my list of sewing, knitting, printing, painting, home dec and Ebba (etsy shop) projects.  I will post pics and progress on the main site but keep a running list here. . .kind of a way to keep myself accountable for the things I need to do by sharing my plans! (and when I say need, I really mean it. . .this stuff is a calling!)

(I should really start some flickr collections for all this stuff as it gets finished. . .ah the internet)

Sewing

  • Laptop sleeve
  • Overalls for Everett (only I think I’ll lengthen the pattern to make them long pants) by Easter 2012?
  • Stuffed bunny and Easter basket for Everett and a certain friend at home
  • Easter basket
  • Quilt for Baby Girl, I think using the 6th One’s a Charm from Anna Maria Horner’s book
  • These bloomers for me from some navy and white silk (blend?) a friend gave me (and NO I will NOT be modeling them here!) **Update: pattern cut out, and I think I’ve decided to make them capri-length**
  • Patterns and tutorials for the projects in this post.
  • Tutorial for the super easy luggage tags we gave away at Everett’s Birthday.

Knitting

  • Note: You can see my projects on Ravelry if you’re a member: my username is ebbahandmade
  • Everett’s Lopapeysa, from this FREE pattern; it was supposed to be for Christmas, may be done before it gets too warm to wear this year:)
  • A favorite project from awhile ago: hat for Everett from this pattern, may need to make one soon for Baby Girl, not sure if she’ll need something this warm yet.

Gifts

  • Some Easter goodies for friends back home, not sure what yet. . .
  • Another bunny snugglie for friend’s new baby

Finished

  • Pillow sham from leftover Ikea fabric
  • Apron for me from remaining laminated cotton
  • Super simple bibs, in this post with a tutorial!
  • Fall 2011-Christmas saw several knitting projects, please see revelry (user: ebbahandmade) for details.  There were two hats from this pattern that I loved but didn’t get pictures of, a cowl for my sister from this pattern, also great and easy, and I just finished fingerless gloves for two friends who shall remain nameless until they arrive in the mail:)
 

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