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21  Arizona / Arizona: Central / phoenix LYS alternative... on: December 18, 2005 07:23:28 PM
It's not open yet, but check tempeyarnandfiber.blogspot.com  for updates.
22  Arizona / Arizona: Central / Winter Meetup on: December 06, 2005 08:00:53 PM
Hey guys. Let's do something! I'm wasting away way out here. I'm off the week after christmas, and also a little broke until the new year, but if someone would like to suggest a good place for some crafting in public that'd be awesome. Preferably somewhere east valley (the east-er the better), but I'm up for anything.
23  Arizona / Arizona: Central / Knitter's Christmas Party - 12-9-05 on: December 05, 2005 08:51:22 AM
Hey guys. just wanted to let you know that South West trading Company is hosting the christmas party for the phoenix stitch n bitch and any area knitters are welcome. I work here in the customer service dept and will be at the party, so if anybody wants to come I'd love to see you. If you're already planning on coming, post here and let me know, and if you want more info, email or pm me and I'll hook you up. Happy holidays guys!
24  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Knitting Punsters Unite (especially if you know sports) on: September 09, 2005 07:54:37 PM
I know, sports is anathema to most of you, but with the introduction of the stitch n pitch promotions by the mariners and the white sox, some of you have got to be interested. I just got a job at a yarn company (not LYS) and we're trying to promote similar events in our town, blessed with many sports teams, many of the unable to put asses in their seats. Stitch n pitch, we've got. I was just wondering if anybody had any other cute sports knitting gathering name ideas? Mostly we're thinking hockey and football, but they being less, er um contemplative, they might not be suited for a mass knit out. what do you guys think?
25  Pennsylvania / Pennsylvania: North Central / Need info on Indian Hills Handwoven on: September 08, 2005 02:26:32 PM
Supposedly, this is a store in jamison, PA. have they closed? am I wrong? just curious if anyone out there is craftsterland has the scoop. thanks.

Jenny
26  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / lion wool on: August 31, 2005 01:58:42 PM
has anybody tried this yet? what is the price point? what does it feel like? Is it similar to anything out there? I'm really curious, but not enough so to leave my house. more info at lionbrand.com
27  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Shibori Article in new Interweave on: July 30, 2005 08:20:09 PM
Was anyone else upset by this article? I understood about the partial felting and stretching out that they described at first but then they seemed to hint that shibori was a dyeing thng and not really about felting at all. So I was confused by this maddeningly vague piece of journalism. I want more answers. Anybody got any? Thanks.
28  Arizona / Arizona: Central / august meet up on: July 30, 2005 08:15:45 PM
August is almost upon us. What should we do? Should we meet at someones house and do a specific craft? anything anybody is dying to explore? soapmaking can be fun and social.... and it cleans the floors, too... Knit and watch Buffy reruns? (that's what we'd do in atlanta) meet at the coffee house like usual? organize an all day thrift o rama? It was great to meet everybody today and I'm kicking myself that I didn't get to meet the artist, but thanks for the recap denise. thanks bonnie for the peek at the new vogue knitting. must get self a copy. they keep doing the most amazing modular bottoms with koigu. does anyone know when the new Knit1 comes out? alright I now have to go post in the knitting forum about the maddeningly vague shibori article in the new interweave.
29  Arizona / Arizona: Central / Phoenix Thrift Stores on: July 27, 2005 12:06:39 PM
Here's what I learned on my adventure yesterday.

The goodwill on 6225 e main street in mesa is pretty alright. lots of housewares and some furniture. I didn't get to look at clothes, but they had some (ugly) needleworked wall art.

the lutheran thrift store and furniture annex at 48something east main is also pretty rad. the actual thrift shop seemed to have more than the furniture annex, but I suppose that's liable to change.

meme's quality used furniture was pretty much a bust unless you like creepy dusty overcrowded overpriced stuff. it's also on east main on the way to apache junction.

Hopefully this thread will catch on and be a great resource.
30  Arizona / Arizona: Central / house stocking - phoenix style on: June 21, 2005 05:58:00 PM
Hey guys. I'm moving into graduate student housing in mesa in a little more than a month. And I am coming in with a vanful of possessions and however many books I can afford to media mail myself. what are the options for stocking a house in that part of town? where are the good thrift stores? how good of a resource is ikea? seriously, I have ONE piece of furniture. Also, where is a good p[lace in the mesa area to biuy a bed or a futon? thanks so much you guys. crafty get together at my plawhen I get setlled,. okay?

Jenny
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