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21  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / WWP Round 36 - Midsummer Envelope Swap - sign-ups closed - send 06-20-2012 on: June 09, 2012 01:45:19 PM


Swap name: WWP Round 36 - Midsummer Envelope Swap
Craftster member who is organizing this swap: Wulf
Sign-up date range: June 9 to June 16, 2012
Date to send item by: June 20, 2012
Limited to a certain number of people?: 24
Restricted to people who all live in the same country? NO
Age requirement? Swap participants must be 18 years old or have moderator approval.

Swap Organizer himself 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
- Is at least 18 years old: 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 18 years old: YES


A Midsummer Night's Envelope Swap
Gallery

One of the most ancient seasonal festivals is the Summer Solstice, celebrated around the world as Midsummer, Litha, St. John's Day, Alban Heruin, Ukon juhla, Festa Junina, Ivan Kupala Day, and by many other names. The astronomical solstice is June 21st, but June 24h is the traditional date in many places.

Let's celebrate this longest, brightest day of the year with a fun, quick envelope chain swap. Put something honouring the season into an envelope and send it to someone else. It's as simple as that. It can be a card, photo, ATC, recipe, spell, ritual, poem, drawing, or anything else, as long as it fits into a letter-size envelope at the letter postal rate. You can include more than one item, but at least one must be hand-crafted. But however much you put in that envelope, it must not require extra postage!

This is a chain swap - each participant will send to a different person, rather than in pairs. Since what you send is about what the Summer Solstice means to YOU, you don't need to wait until you know who your partner is to begin crafting. I'll PM you with your partner's info on the 16th, and you will need to send by the 20th of June. As this is an envelope-sized paper swap, no delivery confirmation number is required, but if your envelope goes missing, you must be prepared to send a replacement.

To participate in this fun, quick swap for Pagans, Witches and their friends, PM me with this questionnaire. If you aren't sure if you qualify to participate in a swap, or you need to review the rules, read http://www.craftster.org/swapsinfo.html. Remember to PM me with your info rather than posting it in this thread.


Name of swap: WWP Round 36 - Midsummer Envelope Swap
Craftster username:
Email address:
Your real name:
Mailing address including the country:
Would you be willing to ship to an address outside your own country?:
Confirm that are at least 16 years old or, if not, that you have moderator approval(YES/NO):



Participants:
 1. Wulf
 2. deathbeforedishes
 3. Witchhippie
 4. jennden
 5. LA-Fairy
 6. emilywilde
 7. Radmom
 8. Sabertooth Pixie
 9. monnie31
10. hawkeyes_girl
11. Rosie1981
12. cackle
13. Vecrutzi
14. dreadlady
15. edelC
16. Quasior
17. trisarose
18. mandykaye
19. spookygrrrly
20. whileitsraining
21. Eiseldora
21. Momof2!

Partners:

Wulf -->  Eiseldora
Eiseldora -->  deathbeforedishes
deathbeforedishes  witchhippie
witchhippie -->  jennden
jennden -->  Radmom
Radmom -->  emilywilde
emilywilde -->  LA-Fairy
LA-Fairy -->  cackle
cackle -->  Monnie31
Monnie31 -->  Rosie1981
Rosie1981 -->  Quasior
Quasior -->  hawkeyes_girl
hawkeyes_girl -->  EdelC
EdelC -->  dreadlady
dreadlady -->  trisarose
trisarose -->  whileitsraining
whileitsraining -->  Spookygrrrly
Spookygrrrly -->  mandykaye
mandykaye -->  Momof2!
Momof2!  --> Wulf
Vecrutzi  <-> Sabertooth Pixie
22  Calls for Swap Angels / Swap Angel Archive / WWP Round 34 - Ostara Traditions - Swap angel FOUND on: March 28, 2012 05:01:12 PM
Swap Thread
Swap Gallery

Need an Angel to craft some Pagan/Wiccan springtime goodies for Monnie31, whose partner isn't going to be able to finish the swap. This is a 4-point swap, and Monnie is famous for the bottomless swap packages she sends (and she says this one was large even by her standards Cheesy), so you should be willing to craft more than just the bare minimum.

Monnie is in Canada, so a Canadian angel would be wonderful, but you will have to mail to Canada.

If you want to help out, please PM me.

Wulf
23  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / WWP Roun 34 - Ostara Traditions GALLERY on: March 03, 2012 07:38:19 AM

WWP Swap Round 34
Ostara Traditions
GALLERY

Our partners for this swap:
Monnie31 <--> PianoBabay
Quasior <--> sugarsandwitch
Sabertooth Pixie <--> Rosie1981
Radmom <--> whileitsraining
MamanTattoo <--> Witchhippie
holistic knitter <--> Wulf
VegasZombie (angel) ---> Monnie31

                  Swap Status:
WAITINGSENTPARTNER RECEIVED
Monnie31
PianoBabay
Quasior
sugarsandwitch
Sabertooth Pixie
Rosie1981
Radmom
whileitsraining
MamanTattoo
Witchhippie
holistic knitter
Wulf
VegasZombie

24  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / WWP Round 34 - Ostara Traditions - Sign up 02/04-02/12 - Send out 03/12/2012 on: February 04, 2012 08:29:04 PM
Swap name: WWP Round 34
Craftster member who is organizing this swap: Wulf
Sign-up dates: February 4 to 12
Send out by: March 12

Limited to a certain number of people?: 24

Restricted to people who all live in the same country? NO

Age requirement? Swap participants must be 18 years old.

Swap Organizer himself 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
- Is at least 18 years old: 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 18 years old: YES
- If within the US, understands that Delivery Confirmation number is required for this swap: YES
- If outside the US, understands that a mailing receipt copy is required for this swap: YES


WWP Round 34 - Ostara Traditions

Link to our Gallery

The Spring Equinox, when the day and night are the same length, has been observed as a sacred festival for thousands of years. This is the true return of the Sun promised by Imbolc six weeks earlier, the first signs of new life returning to the Earth. As Christianity spread throughout Europe, it kept many of the Pagan symbols of the season, such as eggs, lambs, and decorated breads, and others that weren't officially adopted by the new religion stayed on in folk culture. Both Christianity and modern Paganism have named this festival after the Goddess Estre or Ostara.

Many familiar Easter traditions have their origins in the ancient pre-Christian festival, and Wiccans and modern Pagans have brought new and reconstructed rituals and symbols to our observance of Ostara. In this swap, we're going to craft items for each other that reflect the traditions of Ostara, both ancient and modern. What favourite Easter traditions that you have adapted to Ostara? What new images and ideas would you like to add to your partner's seasonal practice?

This will be a 4 point swap, with each participant creating a package that adds up to the equivalent of 4 points according to these guidelines:

By Points:
Large=3 points
Medium=2 points
Small= 1 point

By Time
-Large = 4 or more hours
-Medium = 2 or more hours
-Small = less than 2 hours

By Size
-Large = A shawl, a shirt, a skirt, a set of jewelry with four to five items, a purse
-Medium = one single necklace or bracelet, a scarf
-Small = Earrings, stickers, wallets, pouches, bookmarks

By Price
-Large = $30 or more
-Medium = $10-$30 dollars
-Small = $10 or less

PM me (Wulf) with this completed questionnaire to join the swap. Remember that good communication, both with your partner and the group, is essential to the success of a swap. So be sure to post regularly to the forum and stay in contact with me and your partner, especially if you're having any sort of trouble during the swap period. When you mail your package, be sure to get a Delivery Confirmation or Tracking number, and PM me and your partner both when you send your package and when you receive your partner's package. It's a good idea to take photographs of your crafts before you mail them (just in case), and please post photos of the crafts you receive.

Links to previous Ostara swap galleries:
2011 2010 2009 2006

Partners:
monnie31 ----> PianoBabay
     Swap Angel VegasZombie ----> Monnie31
Witchhippie <---> MamanTattoo
Wulf <---> holistic knitter
Rosie1981 <---> Sabertooth Pixie
Quasior <---> sugarsandwitch
whileitsraining <---> Radmom


The questionnaire:

Name of swap: WWP Round 34
Craftster username
Email address
Your real name
Mailing address including the country
Would you be willing to ship to an address outside your own country?
Confirm that are at least 18 years old (yes/no)

Do you have any allergies or aversions?

What allergens are in your home?

What is your philosophy/religion/branch/etc.?

What deity/deities/etc. is/are special to you?

Are you out of the broom closet?

Are you ok with tasteful nudity?

Do you have favorite colors, stones, etc?

Tell a bit about what you and your family do for Ostara/Easter. What are your favourite things about this seasonal celebration? What would you like your Ostara traditions to be?

What kinds of crafts do you do?

What kinds of crafts do you love the most, and admire?

Is there anything you would rather not receive?

Anything else you want to add?

Who have been your last 3 WWP swap partners?
25  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Sherlock Holmes Swap Gallery on: January 18, 2012 04:55:40 PM


Sherlock Holmes Swap Gallery

Here we are, craft-sleuths! A reminder of your swap partners:
Wulf <-->  the_canadian_lynx
bookstorebabe <-->  sirael
Harvey <-->  zzdia
Alchamy513 <-->  Illiamdra
My_RubySlippers  <-->  Elameno
silentblair <-->  camezzo


Swapper status:

Sent
silentblair
camezzo
bookstorebabe
sirael
zzdia
Wulf
Harvey
the_canadian_lynx
elameno
My_RubySlippers
Illiamdra
Alchamy513

Received
camezzo
silentblair
the_canadian_lynx
Wulf
Alchamy513
bookstorebabe
Harvey
Illiamdra
My_RubySlippers
elameno
zzdia



26  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Sherlock Holmes Swap (Sign up Dec.10-20, 2011; Send by Jan 24, 2012) on: December 10, 2011 03:11:15 PM


Sherlock Holmes Swap

Gallery is here.

As far as I can see, Craftster has never had a Sherlock Holmes swap. This curious absence is a mystery in itself, and one that should be easy to solve. So just in time for the new Robert Downey Jr. Holmes movie, let's swap Sherlock Holmes stuff!

Since the first Sherlock Holmes story, A Study in Scarlet, appeared in the Strand Magazine in 1887, we haven't been able to get enough of the great detective's adventures. Beyond the original 56 stories and four novels, there have been countless plays, musicals, cartoons, radio dramas, comics, TV series and movies, as well as hundreds of new novels and stories featuring the immortal characters of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson. That should be enough raw material for a dozen swaps, so what are we waiting for?

Because of the holidays, this swap will have a fairly long crafting period. Thats great if you want to do time-consuming crafts like knitting or embroidery, but it also makes it easier to put things off and lose your momentum. (Especially with so much else happening in December.) We want this to be a flake-free swap, so ongoing communication is a must, both with your swap partner and in the discussion thread. If you're going to be out of touch over the holidays, let me and your partner know ahead of time so we don't worry about you. I will be looking for you to post an update of your progress at least once a week, and be sure to post photos of the package you receive to the Gallery.  Requirements for the swap are one large crafted item and one medium or two smalls, plus any extras you and your partner want to send.

Swap name: Sherlock Holmes Swap
Craftster member who is organizing this swap: Wulf
Sign-up date range: 12/10/2011-12/21/2011
Date to send item by:01/24/2012

Limited to a certain number of people?: No
Restricted to people who all live in the same country? No
Additional Age requirement? No

Swap Organizer himself 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
- Is at least 18 years old: 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
- If within the US, understands that Delivery Confirmation number is required for this swap: YES
- If outside the US, understands that a mailing receipt copy is required for this swap: YES


QUESTIONNAIRE TO ANSWER
Name of swap:

Craftster username:

Email address:

Your real name:

Mailing address including the country:

Would you be willing to ship to an address outside your own country?

Do you confirm that you:
-  are at least 16 years old or, if not, that you have moderator approval?
-  understand that a Delivery Confirmation Number is required for swaps within the US or Canada, or a copy of the mailing receipt for international swaps?

Have you read the original Arthur Conan Doyle stories and novels?

If so, which is your favourite?

Do you have a favourite character in the Sherlock Holmes world? (Other than Holmes or Watson, of course, whom we all love.)

What movie/TV versions of Holmes have you seen? Who is your favourite actor to have played Sherlock Holmes? Dr. Watson?

What crafts do you do?

What colours/styles/materials do you like most? Least?

Is there anything you would not like to receive?

Do you prefer to receive crafts based only on the original stories or one particular film/TV version, or is the entire 124 years of Holmes material fair game for your partner?

Do you have any allergies? Any known allergens in your home? (Pets, smoking, etc.)

Anything else you'd like your partner to know?


IF YOU WANT TO PARTICIPATE, REMEMBER TO SEND YOUR INFO TO Wulf VIA PRIVATE MESSAGE AND NOT TO REPLY WITH IT HERE.

Also, remember to read the Swap Info Guide to find other rules about participating in a swap.
Partners:
Wulf <-->  the_canadian_lynx
bookstorebabe <-->  sirael
Harvey <-->  zzdia
Alchamy513 <-->  Illiamdra
My_RubySlippers  <-->  Elameno
silentblair <-->  camezzo



27  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Sherlock Holmes Swap on: August 31, 2011 05:16:21 PM


Robert Downey Jr's new Sherlock Holmes Movie is coming out in mid-December, and because I'm tired of waiting for someone else to do it, that seems as good an excuse as any to organize a Sherlock Holmes Swap.

I'm thinking November is about right, with send-outs in early December. That way people who are looking forward to the movie's premiere will be able to have their Holmes poppets, deerstalker caps, plush magnifying glasses, etc. while waiting in the line-up.

Anyone interested? Any suggestions?

Wulf
28  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / WWP Round 28 - Litha 2011 (Signups 05-08-11 to 05-16-11; Sendouts 06-13-11) on: May 08, 2011 08:16:02 PM
Swap name: WWP Round 28 - Litha 2011
Craftster member who is organizing this swap: Wulf
Co-organizer: Monnie31
Sign-up date range: 05-08-11 to 05-16-11
Date to send item by: 06-13-11

Limited to a certain number of people?: NO

Restricted to people who all live in the same country? NO

Additional Age requirement? NO

Swap Organizer himself 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
- Is at least 18 years old: YES

Swap Organizer will check each participant to make sure they meet these conditions:
- Has been a member for at least one month: YES/NO
- Has posted at least 15 times: YES/NO
- Has completed one swap successfully before signing up for multiple swaps at a time: YES/NO
- Is not currently signed up for more than five swaps: YES/NO
- Does not have any negative feedback: YES/NO
- Participant has agreed that he/she is at least 16 years old: YES/NO
- If within the US, understands that Delivery Confirmation number is required for this swap: YES/NO
- If outside the US, understands that a mailing receipt copy is required for this swap: YES/NO


Outdoor Rites and Midsummer Nights
Around the world the Summer Solstice is celebrated with outdoor rituals, parades, circle dances, and Pagan rites both ancient and modern. It's also the start of the Festival season for many Witches and Pagans, when many of us gather for camping, celebration, ritual, drumming, and dancing around the fire until dawn. Whether you're celebrating the longest day of the year camping in a festival with hundreds of others, or alone in your own back yard, this is the time to move the magic outdoors and connect with the sacred in Nature.

Gallery: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=381563.msg4515526#msg4515526

Let's create crafts for our outdoor Midsummer celebrations, such as flags and banners, costumes, lanterns,  drums and musical instruments, portable altars and ritual gear, cloaks, hats, camping and campfire stuff or anything else that might be useful in outdoor rituals or at Pagan festivals. Talk to your partner about what they will be doing this summer and surprise them with something magical.

Size requirements for WWP Round 28 will be 2 small items or larger if  the partners agree.

Some information about Litha:
http://paganwiccan.about.com/od/lithathesummersolstice/p/Litha_History.htm
http://www.widdershins.org/vol10iss2/03.htm

Some Pagan festivals to check out:
Spirits of the Earth
Kaleidoscope Gathering
Starwood Festival
Wolfsong Gathering
Wic-Can Fest
Harvestfest
Pagan Pride Days

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_festivals_in_the_United_States#Pagan_festivals


If you want to participate, send this information to both Wulf and Monnie31:

QUESTIONNAIRE TO ANSWER:
Name of swap: WWP Round 28 - Litha 2011
Craftster username
Email address
Your real name
Mailing address including the country
Would you be willing to ship to an address outside your own country?
Confirm that are at least 16 years old or, if not, that you have moderator approval(YES/NO)

What is your philosophy/religion/branch/etc.?

What deity/deities/etc. is/are special to you?

Are you out of the broom closet? (Do your friends and/or family know you are Pagan?)

Are you ok with tasteful nudity?

Do you have favorite colors, stones, herbs, etc?

Are you attending any Pagan festivals or outdoor rituals this summer? Will you be camping? Is there anything that would especially help you make outdoor magic this summer? Anything else you would like to receive?

Is there anything you do NOT want?

Would you be willing to learn about and craft for someone else's traditions that may be different from your own?

Is there anything you wouldn't be willing to craft for because of your beliefs?

What kinds of crafts do you do?

Do you have any allergies or aversions to anything? What are they?

What allergens are in your environment?

Please list the avatar names of your last three WWP swap partners if applicable.

Anything else you want to add?

IF YOU WANT TO PARTICIPATE, REMEMBER TO SEND YOUR INFO TO Wulf and Monnie31 VIA PRIVATE MESSAGE AND NOT TO REPLY WITH IT HERE.

Also, remember to read the Swap Info Guide to find other rules about participating in a swap.


Participants:

Wulf
whileitsraining
Fullmoon
impchild
mandykaye
squire_inaria
spazgirl1981
MamanTattoo
Monnie31
hawkeyes_girl
sugarsandwitch
Strawberryh

Partners:
Wulf - MamanTattoo
Monnie31  - hawkeyes_girl
strawberryh - squire_inaria
mandykaye - impchild
whileitsraining - Fullmoon
spazgirl1981 - sugarsandwitch
29  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / It's nettle time! on: April 13, 2010 07:54:45 PM


Of course Spring is eagerly awaited for all the obvious reasons, but I also look forward to  it because I can have fresh nettles again. They're only really good in the spring when the plants are less than a foot (30 cm) tall. But they're at their best right now, and if you've never eaten nettles you're missing a real treat.

Most people have encountered nettles at some point in their lives, usually as kids. One minute you're walking through the empty lot with your friends, the next your skin is on fire and you're running home screaming. Of all the edible wild plants, stinging nettles are certainly the best disguised - eating them is the last thing you'd ever imagine doing!

But the secret that the nettles fight so hard to keep is that they're one of the most delicious and nutritious greens available. Very high in vitamins A and C, as well as protein, their painful sting (inflicted by tiny hairs that are actually hollow glass-like tubes filled with formic acid) is transformed by heat into pure nutrition. The delicious, slightly nutty taste is unlike any other greens.

Nettles can be found in empty lots, along roadways, and at the edges of farmers' fields. They will grow in quite poor soil, but because they contribute more nitrogen to the soil than many commercial fertilizers, nettles are often found in areas of lush undergrowth. There are none growing wild anywhere near my home, so I bought a plant from a herb nursery and planted it in my own yard. I now have a thriving, luxurious patch! A lot of people are reluctant to try eating wild plants because they're not sure of their identification and are afraid of picking the wrong thing. No need to worry with nettles, though. One touch will tell you if you've got the right plant - if it stings instantly, it can't be anything else!


Obviously a plant with such fierce defenses needs to be handled very carefully, but a few simple precautions will make picking painless. Gloves are essential, though ordinary cotton garden gloves usually don't offer enough protection. Choose full-length latex dishwashing gloves for maximum protection. (Even then, a careless brush against an exposed arm or ankle can be agonizing, so keep your legs and arms covered!) Snip the young plants off with scissors or garden shears. Don't worry about harming the plant by over-harvesting; anyone who's tried to eradicate a nettle patch knows cutting them down just makes them grow back more luxuriantly!

Keep the gloves on as you wash and pick over the plants (they need a good wash as those tiny hairs tend to trap dirt) and until they're safely in the cooking pan. A few minutes of heat renders them harmless and delicious.



My family usually likes them best simply tossed in a pan with a bit of oil and some chopped onion or garlic, but they also make delicious soup, casseroles,  omelets, or when dried, a pleasant and nutritious tea. This evening I made a nettle and bacon quiche (because there was bacon in the fridge that needed to be used up!) and it was very, very good. In fact nettles can be used in any cooked dish where you might use spinach or other greens. Pretty much the only way you can't eat nettles is in a salad, for painfully obvious reasons! They're only at their best for a month or so, but they can be frozen and kept all year long.

Be adventurous and try cooking nettles. It may give you another reason to look forward to the end of winter!

Wulf
30  QUILTING / Quilting: Completed Projects / Sashiko bread cloth on: March 28, 2010 10:59:32 AM


My bread bowl is a little too wide to use an ordinary kitchen towel to cover it, and I've been meaning to make a cloth just for the purpose. I finally dug out a piece of yellow linen from my stash and got to it. It's two layers of linen padded with three layers of old flannel sheet, then quilted through with Japanese sashiko stitching. Sashiko is usually done in a contrasting thread, but I liked the white better (it's heavy crochet cotton). Overall size is about 20" (50 cm) square.



Tried it out this morning and it's just right.


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