In no particular month order (it’ll be whatever we can afford)

1. make Sushi

2. Make a Plarn re-usable bag -http://www.etsy.com/blog/en/2010/how-tuesday-how-to-make-plarn-crochet-an-eco-friendly-tote-b/

3. Make Gluten-free noodles (I want to make my own noodles just once. My mother-in-law does the whole wheat ones and lawd have mercy they are so delicious in chicken soup. YUMMM) since we’re gluten free I thought it might be a fun experiment to make them.

4. Make dishcloths or something out of old tshirts. I think you had a link on this at one time.

5. Knit a scarf using Alpaca wool. (I’ve started it and believe me, it’ll be an accomplishment if I finish this!)

6. Make re-usable snack bags
http://wewilsons.blogspot.com/2009/02/reusable-snack-bag-tutorial.html

7. Build a chicken coop. Have yet to find plans I like though.

8. Sew my children’s stockings this year.

9. I wanna learn to make cute kids bows

10. Zip it up coin purse.
http://www.craftpassion.com/2011/07/zip-itself-coin-purse-tutorial.html

11. Make plastic scrubbies using the sacks from avacados, onions, etc.
http://www.mooberry-farm.com/2011/05/cute-dish-scrubbies-from-recycled-onion_28.html

12. Make crocheted ornaments for ornament exchange this year.

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