Catching Our Rainbow

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Little Miss Craftypants Club/Challenge?

on January 18, 2013

Hello lovely ladies!

I have read a few different blogs that mentioned craftiness: sewing, knitting, painting, crochet, etc. and I was thinking about doing some sort of crafty club/challenge. I know I’ve starting doing a lot more sewing and knitting in the past year to deal with everything that is going on and it would be fun to share our projects. After all, there is much more to each of us than infertility, and I would like to share that with you. I know Dog Mom Chasing the Stork did a Lazy Pinners Challenge for awhile, and I would love to do something like that, except it doesn’t necessarily have to be on Pinterest and it’s just for crafty stuff. I need some sort of fun thing to do with you all to help brighten my spirits and give me a distraction. I haven’t figured out the details yet–I’m thinking one craft per month and you can choose to participate or not depending on where you are at the time? It’s a little late to do one in January, so we could start in February. Let know know if you are interested and any ideas you have about how we should do it. You can comment here or send me an email: catchingourrainbow (at) gmail (dot) com.

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3 responses to “Little Miss Craftypants Club/Challenge?

  1. hopingonhope says:

    Id love to. I just finished knitting a baby blanket for a friends baby and was wondering what next to do with the 6 balls of yarn I purchased at sale :) Am also learning to sew (total inspiration from 2 other bloggers).

  2. April says:

    Hi, I saw your mention of this at Scrambled Eggs and wanted to check it out. Sounds like fun to me!

    I have a backlog of strappy keychains from my recent giveaway and my husband’s coworkers requests, but I’d love to mix it up!

  3. […] didn’t get a lot of responses on my Little Miss Crafty Pants post, but that’s ok. Anyone who wants to participate is welcome, and if no one wants to, you […]

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