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1  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Grishaverse swap? on: August 14, 2015 05:45:09 PM
Have you read the Grisha series by Leigh Bardugo?
Were you enthralled and ensorcelled by the witty banter?
Are you obsessed with the Small Sciences?
Were you conflicted by the octopus that was Alina's love shape?
Do you deeply desire your own amplifiers to wear?
Does the Darkling hold a special place in your heart?
Do you think often of the art Genya must have inspired in the Ravkan capital?

Posting to gauge interest in a four point swap based on the Grisha trilogy by Leigh Bardugo.

Sign ups by Sept 14, send out by Oct 14?



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2  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Need some advice on future gifting of crafted objects on: December 30, 2014 12:53:00 PM
My brother is, I admit, one of the most socially inept people I know. He works construction, and he thinks that the humour, ways of addressing others, and topics of conversation that are common and acceptable in that industry are acceptable everywhere.

I just texted him to let him know that I had made a gift for the son he and his gf expecting in a few months.

His response "As long as it isn't reuseable diapers. If it is, they will be used and returned unwashed.

I told him that was a pretty crappy (pun intended) reception to the offer of a handmade gift. He apologised, but it's put a really sour taste in my mouth for making anything else for my future nephew.

So.... what do I do? Should I continue to make gifts for the new baby? Or should I wait until the child is old enough to talk and say "thank you" before making any other gifts? Because I don't think the child should be punished for how his father acts.
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