Tuesday, January 17, 2012

It's time for Tuesday Tallies!

Boy, I am really getting excited about these tallies. I have been able to keep up (so far!) and it feels great!
First up, my hexi puffs - I really like these little guys - they are sooo cute and soft.
Here are all 21 of them together! Such hexi puff greatness :o)
The next 7 fish. I think I need to actually take all of them out and make a count. I only need 180 and I think I might be getting close.
More of the squares for the Gingerbread bear afghan. See those dual colored squares? They were quite the challenge to begin with. I now have enough to put together one little part of the blanket - we'll see if I can get that done this week.
I couldn't resist showing a picture of the 13 year old sewing on her very own sewing machine. We broke down and got her this for the holidays. She has been using mine and also doing quite a bit of hand sewing making clothes for her and her sister's dolls. I love her designs - I will try to get pictures of some of the things she has been coming up with. I can't wait to see what she does next!
Her first finished projects using her machine - little bags for her friends and teachers.

More Tuesday Tally goodness over here.


beberouge said...

Wow so much going on. Can't wait to see the gingerbread blanket. It feels good to be on target doesn't it well done on keeping up with the one a day hexipuff I've fallen off the wagon a little with my hexipuffs hopefully this week I'll get back into it.

Deb Hickman said...

Gosh you are so busy, love all your projects, those hexipuffs are lovely.xxx

Kepanie said...

You are awesomely productive! Cute how you put your hexipuffs in that pretty bowl.
I'm so jealous your 13 year old is learning how to sew already! Rock on for her!

Suzanne said...

I love that picture of you daughter sewing, makes me want to sew again! Those little bags are very cute, what a great idea with little scraps of fabric.

Your hexipuffs look great! I love the yarn you use. Such a great project, isn't it.

Candace said...

Its great seeing kids craft, Such a useful skill that very few can do nowadays