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31  Re: Ongoing Offer What You Have (Crafts/Supplies) Swap - Dec. 24-Jan. 24 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by seamshistoric on: January 20, 2007 09:31:09 PM
I got an idea anyway  Grin Cheesy
I claim roxybadoxy for 5.) heart and stripes (white and beige) fabric
(PMed you)

Here's what I offer:
1. Tunisian crochet scarf in black and grey

2. Yellow flannel with squiggly white print (pale yellow, photo not true to tone). 4-5 yds

3. white flannel interfacing, 2 yds

4. braided hair piece, 31 inches not including unbraided ends.

5. Cro-tat book of 17 edgings, and a "learn how to" booklet including crochet, tatting, knitting and embroidery.

6. Nexstitch.com's Honey panta in chosen color
example of my own panta

7. Two doilies from this pattern

8. Mad stash of cotton fabric in varying yardages, maxing maybe 3 yds.

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32  Re: Civil War Evening Gown and Cape (pic heavy) in Costumes: Completed Projects by seamshistoric on: December 18, 2005 08:23:26 PM
I hope you're persuing a career as a designer or seamstress Cheesy

~wyn ^_^

Well, sorta. I'm hoping to be a museum curator, but I am thinking about starting a business for the costumes I can make.

I know this is off subject but where do you do your reenactments at? I know my crappy little town has a club or something, but i'm just curious.

I'm the St. Louis, MO area, so most of my reenactments are within two hours of StL. For instance, the Ball took place at the Old Courthouse, just across from the Arch.

And... DUM DA DUM! Here are pictures of the ball!

The Old Courthouse is a rotunda with four wings. It's a beautiful building that was abandoned before being bought by the city for renovation.

And what you probably really wanted to see, lol:

(Please forgive my showing corset cover. I should not have worn it.)

This is the only picture taken at the Courthouse. The rest with the fancy backgrounds were taken at Lemp Mansion where we ate afterwards.

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