Oh, just around the corner. Well crap. It snuck up on me. I have been so buy with work lately that I haven’t had a crafty moment to spare. A major deadline passes at the end of this week, and I have already started thinking about what I will do when I take the week of Christmas off to craft.
Some things I want to do…
- Make hard tack candy – I love clove candy canes and I can’t find them anywhere out here. I used to make hard tak candy all the time, and this year I am really jonesing for some cinnamon and clove. (Separate, not mixed together).
- Make a tiny japanese santa Found via Mochimochiland. Hmmm… the link seems to have disappeared now, but I downloaded a free cute santa pattern (yes, I said cute santa) from the website of designer Gera, but it is gone now…. Sorry I can’t share!
- Work on a vintage crewel pattern How I acquired these is a story for another day. Let’s just say I have several vintage crewel patterns new in the package that I have been dying to try.
- Spin some fiber It is taking over my apartment and must at least be tamed into yarn.
- Major gocco project – top secret. Involves so much work it doesn’t really sound fun right now.
- Take a trip to the East Bay Depot This would likely be counterproductive as I would probably end up with more material or partially completed craft projects, but I haven’t been in so long and I wonder what they have.
Not that I promise to stick to your suggestion… but I might! I can’t decide where to start. What do you think?
What shoud I do first? (choose as many as you'd like)
- Make hard tack candy (cinnamon and clove) (38%, 12 Votes)
- Spin up some fiber (25%, 8 Votes)
- Major top-secret gocco project (16%, 5 Votes)
- Take a trip to the East Bay Depot (13%, 4 Votes)
- Cross stitch a tiny japanese santa (6%, 2 Votes)
- Start a vintage Crewel project (3%, 1 Votes)
Total Voters: 32