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1  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Tiger Eye Scarf Along? on: May 29, 2008 01:57:42 AM

Would anyone be interested in starting a knit-along for the Tiger Eye lace scarf on this blog?

Not sure if that link will work or not, if not the address is www.tmooka.net
The pattern is on the left hand side as a free pattern

There is another craftster who has used the pattern and posted the FO here:

Again, if the link doesn't work, search Craftster for 'lace for mothers day'

I plan on casting on for this at the weekend but I would love it if anyone else wanted to join in.

Also, does anyone know the etiquette of using a free pattern? Should I leave a message on her Blog to let her know I plan on using it?

Ta Muchly
2  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / How to recycle anything/everything on: February 22, 2008 05:54:08 AM
Thought you might all find this site useful:

It list every type of packaging, in brand name order and gives ideas on how to upcycle/ recycle it, some of the ideas are quite cool!
3  U.K. AND IRELAND / ENGLAND / Kent, Craft Books and Magazines on: February 19, 2008 08:13:28 AM

I was just wondering if anyone had any bright ideas for buying craft books in Maidstone (Kent)?

The selection in both Waterstones's is tiny and never seems to have what I want, the selection in Sussex Stationers was tiny, and now seems to have disappeared totally. I have tryed the Oxfam book shop and had some luck, WHSmith never has much. I even tried the big Waterstones in Bluewater and was disapointed with their selection too. Maidstone library has some usefull books but they are all a bit dated to say the least!

I dont mind buying books off the internet, but when they are expensive I really want to see them in real life first to check they will have what I need/are what I want. At the moment I specifically want to check out Sew U and a couple of knitting books before I take the Amazon plunge.

I also need ideas for places to look for craft magazines, WHSmith is a bit hit and miss, and everywhere else only seems to have the mumsy ones,

Anyway, if anyone can advise me I would really appreciate it!
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