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It's my day to be Crazy About Wool!!

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It's no big surprise to those who know me that I've been crazy about wool for over 20 years! I love cutting it up ... I love stitching it on things ... I love making projects with wool. So when Denise at Pieced Brain asked if I'd like to be on the Crazy About Wool blog hop, how could I say anything but yes! Click over to her blog and you'll find the list of who is taking part ... as well as how you can win some terrific prizes! The blog hop started on September 23 and goes through the 27th with a lot of different bloggers taking part. Some talk about wool and others have projects to share. And it's all fun!

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Today, you'll find these bloggers but if you go to Denise's blog each day, you'll find the complete list.

A Quilt and a Prayer

Kat & Cat Quilts

By the Bay Needleart

Sugarlane Quilts

Sheila's Quilt World

Pieced Brain

What I love about all the bloggers is their wool interests are in various areas ... and they're from all over the world!

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For the blog hop, I've designed a simple fall project for you called Autumn Duo Pin and Needle Keeper. I love to tie pincushions on to my scissors or sewing basket handle so that I have a place to park my pins and needles ... especially when I'm traveling.  Download Autumn Duo pattern ... you'll need Adobe Reader ... and then print it out to make your own pincushion and needle keeper. Use your favorite fall colors! It's fun and you'll have it done in an afternoon.

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One of the features of Autumn Duo is that the acorn bottom opens up to hide your needles! A little bit of stuffing in the cap and also in the leaf gives you a place to push your pins.

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I'm not new to blog hops. Some of you might remember my Fall-O-Ween Treat Jar  from a few years ago. I made it to store that delicious autumn mixture ... candy corn and peanuts! And of course, the project is made from wool. Are you surprised?

So if you're not convinced by now that I'm crazy about wool you'll have to click over to My Love Affair With Wool. I show some tips for working with wool and a tutorial if you're new to this.

If that's not enough, scroll through  American Patchwork & Quilting to find even more wool projects I've designed. You'll have plenty to do for a long long time and then you'll be crazy about wool, too ... if you aren't already!

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Sandy K

Cute, cute Fall goodies. Thanks for sharing with us.

 Dee

Adorable pattern. Thank you so much.

Dawn DeMulling

Thank you. Love the pattern.

Angie

Oh my goodness, these are just ADORABLE--thank you so much for sharing the patterns with us. :)

Vera

Pretty projects! Thanks for sharing.

Teresa in Music City

Well that is just darling!!! I can't wait to make my own little leaf and acorn pincushion/needle keeper - thanks for sharing!!!

Rachelle - Warming Crafts

Gorgeous!

Judy

I am crazy about WOOL tooo. Love it. Your photos of your projects are absolutely beautiful as is your collection of WOOL.. vbg Happy Autumn. Hugs Judy

Carrie P.

I do remember that jar pattern and still have it. Maybe this is the year I finally make mine. :0)

Saucy Chick Sherry

Your love of wool is showing itself in your adorable leaf and acorn scissor adornment. Thank you for sharing your how-to and for this Woolunderful hop. Creative Stitching Bliss...

Cathy Eystad aka Cadybeth

LOVE IT! LOVE WOOL!! thanks for the links to previous projects too. oh and I LOVE You and your Enthusiasm for Wool! Sorry for shouting, but I couldn't help myself.
Cathy

Grace

Love your wool work! You have the best patterns! This is so cute! And, I love your other project from a previous Blog Hop too.

Martina

Beautiful! I love your sweet project. Thanks so much for the pattern.

Karen in Breezy Point

Thanks for another adorable wool project! I still get complements on the needle cases we made for the Brainerd guild using those awesome snowflakes you cut for us--thanks again!

Denise Russell

What a great duo!!! It would make a wonderful gift for our quilting friends and wool lovers!

Linda S

The colors in wool are so fabulous. Was recently at Rosebud's Cottage on a trip to Minnesota and she has a great selection. Such an inspiring shop. Will try a project in wool when it gets cooler in Texas.

Hilary Frye

Hi Roseann! That is an excellent needlework accessory! Perfect for traveling in style. I love your enthusiasm about wool!

Mary ann

So cute! Thanks for sharing the pattern.

Joyce

Love this wooly blog.....crazy about wool too!

Roseann

Well when you decide to start, let me know ... its so much fun to work with. There's info about getting a kit on the front page of my website too ... www.rosebuds-cottage.com. Thanks for doing the blog hop!

Barbara L

Very cute! So many things that can be done with the little acorn and leaf. I love the way you decorated the jar with them. I think I see a leaf/acorn candle mat in the very near future. Thanks for sharing!

kaholly

Just delightful projects!! I don't work with wool, but after this hop, I'm pretty tempted.

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