Meet Jennifer from Finding My Way in Texas

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Jennifer from Finding My Way in Texas


1.Tell us a little about you and your blog.

I fell in love with the Blogosphere right before I moved to Texas. I knew that once I got here I wanted to start my own so I could let friends and family back home know what I was up to, and also so I could have an outlet for my creativity. Plus its a great way to meet new people :)
 

2.How and when did you start crafting?
I have been crafting for as long as I can remember. Most of what I know comes from my Nana. She helped me make Christmas presents for my family every year. I was also homeschooled by my Incredible Mother, right through grade 12 and that afforded me TONS of opportunities to be creative and develop my love of arts and crafts.
 

3.What made you decide to join Stashbusting September?
Since I've arrived in Texas, I've "collected" quite a bit, plus my Mother-In-Law-To-Be loves to bless me with material, yarn and whatever else she comes across in her travels. I've got more yarn and material that I know what to do with some days and decided that this would be the perfect opportunity to put them to good use. As well as the money I am not spending this month can go towards the future renovations budget :)
 

4. What one project do you hope to get done during this month?
I really wanted to complete a baby quilt for a friend that I had started back in July and I got it done already :) I've still got some time left, so I am hoping to spice up a hoodie for myself, crochet a bunch of hats for the fall fairs that I am participating in and FINALLY make a jewelry holder.
 

5.What is your guilty pleasure?
Coffee, long phone calls/video chats with my BFF's back home and "forgetting" to do the dishes.
 

6. If you were stuck on a desert island what crafting item would you bring with you (or items)
As long as I had a couple crochet hooks I think I could survive... Maybe.

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