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11  Re: Givers and Needers Round 6 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by hngoodlett on: February 13, 2010 12:45:12 PM
Okay didn't want to pic overload the last one, so here's my learn to knit package from Zombie_Queen

2 knitting DVDs so i can figure it all out. I think they'll help a lot more than the book I have now.


Lovely knitting magazine with projects I hope to be good enough to even try one day


And a pile of different yarns and her own first set of needles


I can't wait to get started soon. I think knitting is how I shall spend my Valentines Day. Okay, chocolate might be invited too.
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12  Re: Givers and Needers Round 6 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by hngoodlett on: February 13, 2010 12:39:35 PM
I finally have pictures!

First up, today I got a lovely thank you package from snowyangel. She sent me so many lovely things. Also, a good laugh, because my BF checked the mail and since I was driving and he always wants to open my swap packages, I told him he could open it for me. The first thing he pulls out are pantiliners. At first he though they were sleep masks, and then he figured it out and got so confused about "shouldn't that just be thrown away?" However he feels, I love everything, and appreciated the giggle.

The confusing pads and a cute little case that hold my camera or phone or iPod

Flower keychain that I adore and happy uterus pin that makes me giggle

Pedometer (traveled 276 steps from snowyangel to me), lego magnets, and carb book with some tasty carbs!

Valentines, bookmark, and notepad/pencil

Beautiful headbands


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13  Re: FrugALong 2010 February's Theme First Post in Craftalongs by hngoodlett on: February 13, 2010 12:29:21 PM
I made something small but cleaning related! Dusting cloths from scrap fleece and fabric I had in my stash. Of course if I hadn't backed them I could use both sides, but sometimes cute has to win.

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14  Givers and Needers Round 6 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by hngoodlett on: January 26, 2010 05:44:48 PM


Sent
Received
Sent Thank You
Received Thank You
Contact hngoodlett ASAP

Feedback given

hngoodlett's Group
1. ghilie--->ageddert[/color
]
2. hngoodlett--->TheSapphireMoon
3. Zelda.Suicide--->SpencerTwins2007
4. Zombie_Queen--->Susief00
5. JolieMcNamarra--->Katara
6. SciFunk --->beccas_song
7. perlabella--->cjclark
8. melissa! --->psychonmemphis
9. stafishtaylz--->thania
10. cjclark--->anitacj Angel found:Zombina Skeleton
11. tinkstar390--->JolieMcNamarra Package lost, remaking item.
12. EKO--->TwiztidBlood
13. loola77--->stellato_escuro
14. BonEsInspired--->phoenixfiredesigns
15. TheSapphireMoon --->averyg

Please don't post until Zombie_Queen posts her group!
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15  Givers and Needers Round 6 (closed; Sendouts Feb. 5) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by hngoodlett on: January 11, 2010 01:17:06 PM


Swap name:Givers and Needers Round 6
Craftster member who is organizing this swap: hngoodlett
Co-organizer: Zombie_Queen
Sign-up date range: Jan. 11-Jan. 22
Date to send item by: Givers send Feb. 5. Needers will send by 2 weeks after they receive.

Limited to a certain number of people? (optional): No, but must maintain fairly equal number of givers and needers.
Restricted to people who all live in the same country?: No
If so, which country?
Age requirement?: Must be at least 16

Swap Organizer himself/herself meets these conditions:
- Has fully read the Swap Info Guide: YES
- Has successfully completed two swaps as a participant: YES
- Is not organizing more than three swaps right now: YES
- Will recruit a co-organizer or give all details to a Swap Moderator if this swap has more than 25 participants: YES


Swap Organizer will check each participant to make sure they meet these conditions:
- Has been a member for at least one month: YES
- Has posted at least 15 times: YES
- Has completed one swap successfully before signing up for multiple swaps at a time: YES
- Is not currently signed up for more than five swaps: YES
- Does not have any negative feedback: YES
- Participant has agreed that he/she is at least 16 years old: YES

Details of swap:

Welcome to the Givers and Needers swap!

Givers: If you have an overabundance of craft supplies, this is your role. You send a box (doesn't matter how big or how small; it's totally up to you) to a Needer and receive a smallthank-you gift for all your generosity. You need to get a DC# for your package.

Needers: If you have a need for craft supplies, this is your role. You will receive a box from a Giver with things you asked for in your questionnaire, and once you have received it you will send a small thank-you gift to the Giver.   You also need a DC# for this gift.

This is a great way to de-stash and help a fellow crafter out who may for various reasons need some supply help.

As of now the swap is limited to 24 swappers. If you are interested in co-organizing, please let me know and we can expand the number if needed.

If you would like to be both a Giver and a Needer (say you have an excess of fabric to help a beginning sewer, but just started knitting and need yarn), that is allowed. You will still need to send a small thank-you to your Giver.

If you want to participate, information to send to organizer: Please put "Givers and Needers" in the title of all PMs.


QUESTIONNAIRE TO ANSWER:
Name of swap: Givers and Needers Round 6
Craftster username:
Email address:
Your real name:
Mailing address including the country:
Are you at least 16 years old?:
Are you willing to send to another country ?:

Givers:
What types of supplies do you have to give?
1. Fabric/sewing supplies (including patterns, trim, stuffing, buttons):
2. Beads/Jewelry supplies:
3. Yarn:
4. Crochet books/supplies:
5. Knit books/Supplies:
6. Paper/scrapbook supplies:
7. Needlework (embroidery, cross stitch, etc):
8. Soap/Candle supplies:
9. Other: (Please describe)

Needers:
What types of supplies do you need/want?:
1. Fabric/sewing supplies (including patterns, trim, stuffing, buttons):
2. Beads/Jewelry supplies:
3. Yarn:
4. Crochet books/supplies:
5. Knit books/Supplies:
6. Paper/scrapbook supplies:
7. Needlework (embroidery, cross stitch, etc):
8. Soap/Candle supplies:
9. Other: (Please describe)

Gallery
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16  Re: 12 Days of Christmas 2009 GALLERY! in The Swap Gallery by hngoodlett on: December 14, 2009 10:05:30 AM

Heather's Gallery of Goodness!

Here's my first package at first open:


Day 12:
All the packages have these adorable little ginger-people as tags!

Day 12 was 12 yummy-sounding teas. I'm particularly looking forward to "Red Pomegranate."


Day 11:
Day 11 was 11(+1) gift tags that I love.



Day 10:
First, look at the cute packaging:

10 lovely ornaments!




Day 9:



Day 8:
Jewelry Day!  I didn't have any holiday jewelry, so I'm psyched!





Day 7:
Christmas Decorations: a sparkly doily, 3 crocheted bells, and 3 garlands


Day 6:

Potholder towel combos, I think these will be great for picking up casserole dishes and other big things without burning myself.

Christmas potholders and matching potholder/trivets

2 washcloths

Also, this set of cookie cutters were in the second box. I'm not sure which day they go with, but I'm claiming them now, since I'm going to make gingerbread cookies tonight. They're much better than the ones I have now.


Day 5:
A set of Christmas-y coasters and a cute sparkly pouch (You can't see the pouch very well; I'll go take another picture.)


Day 4:
Christmas wine charms in a pouch



Day 3:
Lovely winter accessories

Calorimetry

Wristwarmers

There is a scarf, but I missed the picture apparently.

Day 2:
Kitchen Day:
Reversible Christmas Apron


Candy-shaped S&P shakers


Day 1:
It's very hard to tell here, and I have misplaced the action shot, but it is a beautiful shrug


I'll put up the action shot when I get my camera cord Monday or Tuesday.
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17  Re: Pick-n-Choose Rnd 3 in The Swap Gallery by hngoodlett on: September 15, 2009 10:02:54 AM
Pic Overload coming up!

I received a lovely package from tattooedcrafter yesterday!

My themes were:

1. Maps/Travel
2. Nature/Trees
3. Cryptozoology
4. Beluga Whales
5. NSFW (hide your children now!)


First off, the package itself was adorable. My themes were drawn on the outside of the box; this was my favorite:



And all the items had lovely tags like these:


And, a super cute card:




Maps/Travel Theme


Earrings and ring made out of a map! I can't really figure out how you did this, but I love it!





Butterfly art on map! This is so cool! I can't wait to hang it up.

Cryptozoology Theme



Loch Ness Monster Earrings!


Bigfoot Scarf! Isn't he super cute?

Nature/Trees Theme



Two hats, one with trees and one with leaves. They fit so great and I love both of them.

Noting that is was after midnight when I took these pictures, here's an action shot.



Tattooedcrafter also sent my two extra hats, and books on knitting and crochet! (Told you I got spoiled)




Beluga Theme




Three lovely tea towels with belugas frolicing on them!

NSFW Theme (Let me know if Photobucket bans my images, and I'll upload them on Crafster hosting.)

I present to you, the Boob Bra!

 
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Now, I have not the body, nor the desire to put myself on thhe internet in just a bra, but here's a semi-action shot over my pajamas:

 
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Thanks so much tattooedcrafter! I love everything!



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18  Re: Back to School Swap in The Swap Gallery by hngoodlett on: September 09, 2009 08:26:17 AM
I don't know about the Craftster hosting, but you should be able to put images from flickr in to your post. Just right click it on flickr, "Copy Image Location" and then put that between [img] tags.
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19  Re: 44 Cents Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by hngoodlett on: July 02, 2009 11:13:31 AM
Finally found my camera cord!

I got this lovely envelope from SaralaAnne:



Two great bookmarks; which have already been put to use.


A great earring/necklace set with pretty little flowers!



Some friendship bracelets and rings, and the mentioned polar bear (isn't he adorable?)



The other bracelet that I had already put on

There was also some embroidery floss, but the group picture with them didn't turn out very good.

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20  Re: A crafty detective gallery of sneakiness!! in The Swap Gallery by hngoodlett on: May 12, 2009 11:09:56 AM
I received an awesome package today, which made me so excited and happy. Several of the items are already in use!

First up we have some fabulous ribbon. I don't know how my stalker figured it out, as I don't think I've ever admitted it, but I love ribbon or all sorts. I use it all the time.



Next is some lovely cards so I can send letters out while I'm in Sweden later this summer. Although, I won't send them to anyone but my mom, cause I don't want anyone to throw them out.

They were packaged up nice with (more) ribbon, but I was too eager.



A leaf card and matching envelopes.



Terribly blurry shot of the other designs. Another leaf, an owl, and a flower. The designs are so neat. It's like a stamp but the ink is raised up.



Beautiful fabric coasters. They are the pink and green fabric on one side, the polka dots on the other. Apologies for the blurry pictures. I must have been shaking about in excitement!



A fabulous lunch set, with a lunch bag, a sandwich bag, and two snack bags. Already in use holding snacks for work.


Just the lunch bag. You can see the lining fabric and the awesome button closure and strap. It is so easy to carry and holds plenty of food.



Holding imaginary food. I hadn't packed it up yet, but wanted to show it off.



Action shot of the snack bag holding my potato chips.

I love everything so so much. Who made these lovely items you ask?

It was the great swampolympics! I had actually crossed her off of my stalker list because of one of her clues, but obviously I am no detective!
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