Friday, March 29, 2013

A mish mash post :)

Apparently people need help figuring out what the marks on a measuring tape represent.  Those darn measuring tape designers - drawing the lines in Sanskrit instead of English!  63 repins so far ... I'm flabbergasted that there are that many people that need help figuring out a measuring tape.  FLABBERGASTED! 


While we were in Florida we decided to try some turducken @ the Alpine Steak House :)  Was it good?  Yes.  Would I order it again? No.  It was OK, but not really anything special.


It pretty much just tasted like turkey - it didn't jump up and scream +DUCK! +CHICKEN!  at me.  I'm very glad I tried it though - now I can cross that off my bucket list ;)












Here are a few projects I've finished since we got back from vacation - most of these are going to Blue Hills :)

Orange blossom pencil pouches :)

Veggie pencil pouches :)

Front zip pouches :)

Earbud pouches :)

Threading My Way fabric basket (with handles added) :)

Santa Sack :)

Blasted pouch - this is the twin of the one that drove me to a temper tantrum the other day!  IT went into the garbage - this one worked out fine, lol.

iPad and pencil pouches :)

Pencil pouch and business card holder :)

6 comments:

  1. Love the business card holders. I can't thank you enough for my earbud pouch. I can now find them all the time. :D

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  2. and did you see this comment:

    Now, for the other side of the tape, for centimetres? Is there one like it for this? I need this also!

    seriously??? what is wrong with these people??

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  3. Do you ever sleep, Sandra??? They all look great, but my favourite is the Blasted Pouch. Thanks for the link back.

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  4. Oh, you been busy! I always wondered about those numbers .-) So strange to me.

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  5. You're just back and you've made all those!!!!!!!! Amazing!!!!!!!! The mash potato and gravy made me laugh, mu son and hubby pile their mash into a mountain like that then make a hole in the center and pour in their gravy. This is the first time I've seen it done like this by anyone else. LOLL

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  6. Adorable!!! Adorable!!! Adorable!!! I'm so happy to see you putting your zippers to good use already =D chicken and duck huh? hmmmmm.... =P

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