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  1. I finished this bookmark for a wonderful lady from Chili and the neighbor of my sister, this year she turns 84 and is quite active in her community.
  2. Few days ago I was gifted with patterns for clip bookmarks by fantastic FGM. Before I tried the first pattern for fox bookmark (today ) I felt INSPIRED and made my own octopus clip bookmarks. That is great in gifts - they are more than just gifts. I am happy because I got something special AND the same moment I get something more that inspires me and makes me create, For the octopi I used huge clips but they will do with smaller ones too. Octopi are quite quick to make, easy - and don't need starching
  3. Every year I make new snowflake. This year I came up with some new (for me) ideas. I made pins for my friends. The hearts are felt and the snowflakes are glued to them. Then I added the snowflakes to the angel bookmarks (you can made the bookmark of any Christmas card) And finally i decorated wooden birds with snowflakes
  4. Today I was thinking of Christmas and started experimenting with some ideas appearing in my head. That's how I created these paper clip bookmarks. Tiny and nice, aren't they? But don't be deceived - those little snowmen are so time consuming, because of all the details... so I won't be making hundreds of them In case you still miss the summer, here are two versions of watermelon bookmarks too. All the bookmarks are made with cotton yarn.
  5. I can show you how I used little owls I made for the bookmarks (btw, the book in the pic is "Friday Night Knitting Club" )
  6. Thread bookmark made from five Old World Scarf squares worked in size 10 thread (shaded blues) on size 5 (US) steel hook, joined in a strip with ribbon streamers added. Scarf squares pattern
  7. Just thought I would let you all know that I'm hosting a little giveaway on my blog to celebrate writing my 200th post. I'm giving away one crocheted bookmark (the pattern is on crochetroo's blog at http://crochetroo.blogspot.com/2006/05/fan-bookmark.html) and to be in with a chance to win all you have to do is leave a comment on my giveaway post with your contact details. Giveaway post is here http://www.loopyjess.co.uk/2012/02/200th-post-giveaway.html I hope to see some of you over on my blog soon!
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