Thursday, November 28, 2013

Let's Boogie



So glad that you stopped by on this the last day of the Black Tie Boogie!! 
 Thanks to the fabulous Vickie
and the Queen of the Coop Madame Samm of Sew We Quilt
for another great hop! 
 I hope you didn't have your fill of turkey and chickens for Thanksgiving!
How about a little bit more of both?


I found the pattern for the rooster Here.  I made
them pincushions as opposed to the egg
cozies.  They are great
size to set next to my chair
while I do a little hand sewing.



I also decided to crochet a few
place mats for Thanksgiving.  




They were a great addition to our table setting.
You can find the pattern for the turkey Here.
Thanks for stopping by and go
check out these other coop
creations.

November 29

Sew Incredibly Crazy- You are here



P.S.  The winner of the $15 gift certificate to the Fat Quarter Shop is Tubbak of Norway!
Congrats to the winner
and thanks to the Fat Quarter Shop for
sponsoring the giveaway!
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48 comments:

  1. Sew Incredibly CUTE!!! I love that you turned the cozies into pincushions (why can't I think outside the box like that?)....I love to crochet for a little change of pace...thinking my chickie friends would love a new pincushion! Thanks for sharing the link. Your turkey placemat is just precious!

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  2. Adore your pincushions and the turkey placemats are sew cute! Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Ha..ha...love your zany pincushion roosters! So cute!

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  4. I love it! I also this its great that you shared with us a different medium today. That is was is so inspiring and encouraging about blog hops like this one! Very well done!

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  5. Neat pincushions, love the turkey placemat too!

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  6. Your roosters are so awesome. Thanks for sharing

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  7. Love your chicken pin cushions Amy. And your placemats turned our very cute. Nice job!

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  8. Love your new pincushions and your placemats! What fun projects.

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  9. I'll bet your table looked fabulous! Thanks for sharing the fowlness!

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  10. Those pincushions are too sweet as is the placemat!

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  11. Wonderful idea! I am new to crochet but I think I can see some maneuvers I recognize in the place mats. I love the little free-standing chooks!

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  12. I love your critters! I don't know how to crochet, but it is suddenly tempting to learn, lol. :)

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  13. Those are cute pin cushions, and what cute placemats ! Both so fowl...hehe ! I love that you showed another side of your talents. I don't crochet, I never found a left handed person to teach me..

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  14. So nice to see another handcraft shared. Love the black rooster with his fancy cherries scattered about him. Thank you for sharing you wonderful projects.

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  15. Never thought about a crocheted pin cushion. Great idea, great result. Placemats must have made a very festive table.

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  16. Oh, they are adorable! I expecially like your table mat. That turkey is beautiful.

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  17. Sweet! Thank you for sharing your talents =)

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  18. Great projects! I've never learned to crochet so I envy anyone who can do such great work!

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  19. Great roosters and placemats. You do such awesome work!

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  20. Amy ... what a total joy your chickie cushions are! How fun to see along this hop! Adore your crocheted topper also ... very adorable :) Thank you so much for sharing and I wish you and your family all the best this holiday weekend!

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  21. are you kidding me….now these roosters are filled with cockadoodle doo..or stuffing…
    overjoyed to see you in your crochet magic fingers..

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  22. Hey, I would love to crochet the way you did, beautiful ideas!

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  23. You did a great job on the rooster pincushions and placemats!

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  24. Adorable little chickens! I need to make some.

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  25. You are so talented. I make a great chain...lol Love your projects. What a great addition to the hop you are.

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  26. Very cute. You're a talented crocheter.

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  27. Now these are uber cute crocheted Rooster and Chick pieces. I have never seen placemats this clever before. Well done for Black Tie Boogie and thank you for hopping. Creative Crocheting Bliss...

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  28. Love your crochet roosters. Great job.

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  29. You are so good with crocheting...love those roosters! That you just whipped up a few turkey placemats is so amazing, too!

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  30. That is sew incredibly crazy - love those projects! You do very nice work. Thanks for sharing and hope you have a wonderful holiday season!

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  31. What adorable placemats and pincushions, both. It's people like you who may eventually get me to crochet again!

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  32. How cute Amy! I love these - that turkey placemat is just adorable! blessings, marlene

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  33. These are so fun! Thanks for sharing!

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  34. Very cute! what a clever idea to crochet for the holidays!!

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  35. You are an champion crocheter, Amy! I bet those chickens would work as "pincushions on steroids" if you wanted them to. Yeah, okay, considering ideas if I get in the hop, LOL. Hope you had a good Thanksgiving.

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  36. I'm loving that black rooster! And the placemats makes me wish I could crochet.

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  37. You are so talented! Very creative! Wish I had a rooster! Hint, hint! Beautiful job!

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  38. Your pincushions are adorable and quite unique. I especially love the black one with the cherries. Congratulations for being chosen as one of the top picks of the day!

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  39. Love your pincushions! So cute ! Thanks for sharing, nice job!

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  40. Love your roosters, especially the black one. '-)
    ~Lynda

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  41. Too cute! Thanks for sharing!

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