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significant something – feb.15

http://coleface.com.au/find-out-why-these-five-annual-reports-are-best-in-their-class/ Yes yes yes before you leap up and down about how I have not yet completed the January significant something project let me assure you that it is happening and it’s not for lack of trying! I will have it up here in just a few more days times (there’s a whole story about a cat, puke and accidental tearing that I will fill you in on).

was ist ein broker für binäre optionen In the meantime here is February’s project.

SS#FEB.15 – STITCHING TICKETS

cosè autopzionibinarie AIM: To prepare a stitched version of these vintage train tickets.
TIMEFRAME: 1 month

http://kokiqq.net/?ruuw=reviews-on-binary-option-trading&d16=c3 Keep track of progress on Instagram and I will report back in a month to let you know how it went!

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significant something – dec.14 wrap-up

Köpa Cialis Skövde Well this is the first significant something wrap-up (yay I did it).

beställa Sildenafil Citrate på faktura As introduced here this month saw the beginning of the significant something projects. A wreath. Sounds so simple. Not so.

review of binary options trading signals I had in my mind this magically perfect wreath of poms poms and felt. In reality there was no time for pom poms (you know December can be a little crazy) or perfectly cut circles of felt.

http://weki.com.np/?timer=broker-opzioni-binarie-con-bonus-senza-deposito-italiano&385=1a So I drew on my skills learnt at a workshop I undertook at the Burrawang DNA Festival with Alex Faulkiner. Messy stitching or doodle-stitching as I like to refer to it.

go to link So in summary my wreath is messy woollen balls stitched together and decorated with feature stitches of nothing. And I love it! Enjoy.

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Have you ever made a wreath? Did it work out perfectly for you?

significant something – feb.15
significant something – dec.14 wrap-up