I love to sew for kids...but you?What is your hobby?

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Photography, scrapbooking.
Photography. Painting.
I read, watch TV, and knit. That's pretty much all the hobbies I can handle at this stage of my life!

Oh, and I blog. Can't forget that one. :P
Just learned how to crochet (basic stuff) and actually finished a small blankie for my dog just in time for Christmas!

I'm having a hard time understanding the knitting /crochet lingo!!! But I keep trying! It's a good hobby! :)
Right now my hobby is playing Animal Crossing for Nintendo DS & Wii! I'm so addicted!
Animal Crossing is a lot of fun and the Animals have a sense of humor!!! LOL
Nintendo games, arts & crafts, and Hello Kitty!!!
Does anyone do Digital Scrapbooking? ScrapBlog is great if you want a "quickie" but there are places you can get Free kits, layouts & embellishments...

www.scrapbookflair.com is a good place to start!
Scrapbooking.
Photography.
Blogging.
Reading.
Cooking, baking, gardening, being green, and saving money. I guess blogging and photography too! Cooking is truly my passion though.
My hobbies are learning how to sew, i love to bake, and i am beginning to love to read. I love to blog, take pictures and being on facebook.
Scrapbooking!

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