Sunday, July 26, 2009

My 4H Fair Projects

My fair projects were...

Painted house
wet felted scarf
5 beautiful pictures
Poster of my new puppy
Poster of a fashion store
Chocolate no bake cookies
loaf of bread machine bread
homemade pillow case
magnet with my art work on it.

and then showed my frog that I'll be letting out in the woods tonight.

I'll show pictures later.

Check out my mom's blog too!


Anonymous said...

I'm so excited that you have your own blog now. I'm looking forward to seeing pictures of your projects.

Elle Bee said...

You are very talented! I can't wait to see photos!

Gabby said...
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Gabby said...

I am looking forward to your pictures. I was in 4-H when I was nine. I took sewing, cooking childcare projects. I was in 4-H till I was 17. I got all blue ribbons except for a lavender jumper I had to have one accessory...the dress already had a blouse to go with the wool jumber and a belt. I made an extra belt for the lavander belt and one the fabric of the blouse. Well, the judges did not think the extra belt was a accessory and gave me a red ribbon. I was so mad. I took that project the next year and made a fully Lined Wool suit. It was Chocolate Brown and I made two blouses with the suit. I did get a blue ribbon that year which was my last year. I loved both of them but the lavendar jumper was my fav. I learned to sew well. In 4H I got to do lots of things I would not have got to do...see places I would not have gotten to see. Thanks for sharing with us ...brings back good memories. Do you all have 4-H camp? We did but I never got to go sisters did. I was busy sewing!!! grace

Just Joany said...

I am SOOOOO looking forward to seeing your pictures. Your projects all sound very intriguing. I admire you for all you are doing. Keep up the good work. - Joany

KK said...

What a cute puppy!

A.Marie said...

Hi there! I came over here to see if you have any other projects going on!

My daughter's FCCLA group, at school, had a sewing day last Saturday at the local high school, and they pinned material together and sewed (about 26) lap blankets for the elderly at a nursing home. Then, they were going to finish them (by knotting them) during Channel One time (about 20 minutes) before school actually starts. I can't wait to see what they look like when they are all done. Have you ever made lap blankets?

Yaya' s Changing World said...

I would have loved to learn to sew when I was young. I still don't know very well. It doesn't stop me from trying, though. ~ Yaya
Yaya's Home

Just Joany said...

What? No pictures, yet? I'd really like to see your projects. Merry Christmas to you.

~ Just Joany
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