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1  California / California: North / New to SF - Looking for craft group/meetup on: June 03, 2008 02:56:56 PM
Hello everyone,

I just moved to SF last month from Providence, RI. We had a great weekly craft meet-up there and would love to find something similar here...I see there are some groups in Oakland, I don't mind making the trip across the bay on the weekends, but would also like to find or start a group here. I have a pretty decent sized apartment and when i done unpacking could host a meetup from time to time.

Drop me a line if anyone has a group or wants to start a group. Btw, I make paper crafts, cards, notebooks, stationery, etc.

Kristin
2  UNITED STATES / Rhode Island / Crafty Yard Sale & Art/Craft Sale on Sunday 9/4 on: August 31, 2005 09:16:55 AM
Hey all, I'm having a yard sale this Sunday, 9/4 from 9am-3pm.
I will be selling some arts and crafts supplies, some fabric & sewing goods, and lots of of other little things that I have too much off. I've got too many little candy tins, etc. which would be perfect for your next craft project. Do you need paper scraps & other ephemera for your scrapboooking? I've got lots of that. Also, there will be the typical yard sale goods like a couch, table & chairs, small electronics, books, magazines, etc.

Also, I'm selling some of my artwork and collages, so stop by!!!

Where: 48 winrooth ave, providence (next to Roger Williams Hospital)
When: Sunday 9/4 from 9am-3pm
3  HOME SWEET HOME / Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects / Garden Bricks on: July 12, 2004 08:28:52 PM
I made these http://www.offbeatliving.com/garden_poetry_bricks.php a few years ago and they have held up quite well, even under the huge pile of snow we had this winter. If you've got the space, it's much cheaper to buy a larger bag of easy mix concrete at the hardware store, than a small bag at the craft store.
4  UNITED STATES / Rhode Island / April Bizarre Bazaar 4/4 at AS220 on: April 02, 2004 02:06:48 PM
Hey everyone
The monthly Bizarre Bazaar at AS220 is this sunday from 11-5. Yours truly will be there selling teeny tiny books -- and larger ones too.

Susie, will you be selling again as well?

Kristin
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