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  1. Working from a cookie afghan I designed in 2012, I made this with one of three people in mind. Not sure If I should just give it to one of them or if I should make two more. You can read more about the adventure here.
  2. Here is the sixth (and final) blog post of my many blog posts about this project, and here is the finished object:
  3. I made this for a friend's granddaughter. Here is one of my blog posts about the effort, and here is the finished project:
  4. I made this cookie poncho for the granddaughter of a friend of mine from high school. As I have no grandchildren of my own, I think she is just super for her willingness to share. Here is one of my many blog posts about the project, and here is a photo of the project itself:
  5. I always loved ice cream cookie sandwiches, so why not make a series of toys based on them? This is Silkie, the first of the series of ice cream cookie chums. You will find the free pattern here: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2013/07/cookie-chums-ice-cream-n-cookie.html Enjoy!
  6. I made this shawl for the sister of a friend who is undergoing some difficult medical treatments in order to get another year of life. I know that they both will enjoy this, and they are worth every stitch. Here is my blog post about it (which also has photos of the coordinating cloche), and here is the shawl:
  7. I made this bag to house the 51 cookies that are needed for the cookie sudoku (aka cookie-dough-ku) I am making for my oldest son (He is 30). Now to block the cookie-dough-ku and finish the solving cookies! Here is my most recent blog post about the project.
  8. I made this for my older son, and as soon as I make all the notes I need to make, I am packing it up and sending it to him. I am sure that he and his girlfriend will enjoy it, but if they don't, I know their cats will. Here is my last blog post about the project, and a link to a blog post about the cookie festooned bag I made to store the solving cookies.
  9. Creative Graphics Workshop: For the little bakers! My little girl, she is only a year and 9 months but she was my inspiration! 12 Piece Set: Set includes: Mixing bowl & Spoon, Flour Bag, Vanilla Bottle, Eggs, Rolling Pin, Cookie Cutter, Butter Block, Icing Tubes, Cookie Dough, Cookies, Cookie Icing For more information: http://creativegraphicsworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/04/littlest-cookie-baking-set.html
  10. I have all of the cookie designs I need and am working hard to get the cookies done so I can assemble them and give this to the intended recipient. Yesterday's effort was so s-l-o-w! Cookie designs on the left, cookie bar graph documenting my progress (or lack of) on the right.
  11. Inspired by a Facebook friend's baking spree, I am working on designing some cookies. While these each have something I'd like to tweak, I think the peanut butter blossom on the left and the cherry wink on the right are a good first effort, and if you want to know more, you can read the blog post about this experience.
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