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1  CRAFTING FOR GOOD AND NOT EVIL / Crafty Charitable/Social Causes / SAN FRANCISCO KNITTERS! on: January 04, 2008 04:28:19 PM

Got an hour to spare?  Need to pare down that stash?
Knit a scarf!

Warm and Fuzzy, a group of friendly teen knitters in San Francisco, is collecting scarves for the homeless and impoverished in the Bay Area and we need your help!  An hour or two of your time can make a world of difference for someone in need.  Warm and Fuzzy asks you to spend that time knitting (or crocheting!) Smiley.  A hand-made scarf is not only personal and priceless, it's practical, too!
Knit a scarf between now and Valentine's Day and, well, feel the love.   Wink

Donate your scarf at any of the following locations:

Imagiknit
3897 18th St (at Sanchez)
www.imagiknit.com

Greenwich Yarn
2073 Greenwich St (at Webster)
www.greenwichyarn.com

Atelier Yarns
1945 Divisadero St (between Pine and California)
www.atelieryarns.com

Mendels/Far-Out Fabrics
1556 Haight St (between Clayton and Ashbury)
www.mendels.com

The Gables
5636 Geary Blvd (at 21st Ave)
(415)751-8152

Wishbone
601 Irving St (at 7th Ave)
www.wishbonesf.com

For more information, check us out at www.myspace.com/warmandfuzzySF.

2  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / San Francisco Knitters! on: January 03, 2008 07:22:52 PM
Got an hour to spare?  Need to pare down that stash?
Knit a scarf!

Warm and Fuzzy, a group of friendly teen knitters in San Francisco, is collecting scarves for the homeless and impoverished in the Bay Area and we need your help!  An hour or two of your time can make a world of difference for someone in need.  Warm and Fuzzy asks you to spend that time knitting (or crocheting!) Smiley.  A hand-made scarf is not only personal and priceless, it's practical, too!
Knit a scarf between now and Valentine's Day and, well, feel the love.   Wink

Donate your scarf at any of the following locations:

Imagiknit
3897 18th St (at Sanchez)
www.imagiknit.com

Greenwich Yarn
2073 Greenwich St (at Webster)
www.greenwichyarn.com

Atelier Yarns
1945 Divisadero St (between Pine and California)
www.atelieryarns.com

Mendels/Far-Out Fabrics
1556 Haight St (between Clayton and Ashbury)
www.mendels.com

The Gables
5636 Geary Blvd (at 21st Ave)
(415)751-8152

Wishbone
601 Irving St (at 7th Ave)
www.wishbonesf.com

For more information, check us out at www.myspace.com/warmandfuzzySF.
3  California / California: North / SAN FRANCISCO KNITTERS! on: December 29, 2007 01:46:51 AM

Got an hour to spare?  Need to pare down that stash?
Knit a scarf! 

Warm and Fuzzy, a group of friendly teen knitters in San Francisco, is collecting scarves for the homeless and impoverished in the Bay Area and we need your help!  An hour or two of your time can make a world of difference for someone in need.  Warm and Fuzzy asks you to spend that time knitting (or crocheting!)  Smiley.  A hand-made scarf is not only personal and priceless, it's practical, too!
Knit a scarf between now and Valentine's Day and, well, feel the love.  Wink

Donate your scarf at any of the following locations:

Imagiknit
3897 18th St (at Sanchez)
www.imagiknit.com

Greenwich Yarn
2073 Greenwich St (at Webster)
www.greenwichyarn.com

Atelier Yarns
1945 Divisadero St (between Pine and California)
www.atelieryarns.com

Mendels/Far-Out Fabrics
1556 Haight St (between Clayton and Ashbury)
www.mendels.com

The Gables
5636 Geary Blvd (at 21st Ave)
(415)751-8152

Wishbone
601 Irving St (at 7th Ave)
www.wishbonesf.com

For more information, check us out at www.myspace.com/warmandfuzzySF
4  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Stripes, polka-dots, and a bedsheet. (img heavy?) on: January 31, 2007 11:30:53 PM
Eep!  I posted this on the wrong board.. Can you tell it's my first post? Smiley
Oh, well. 
Onward!  My first real bag!
This is the first bag I've made with my own pattern.  It's machine-stitched, and the handles were hand-stitched on.
It's reversible-- I can't decide which side I like better?



the straps took forever to make.  i didn't learn how to braid until i was like, twelve.

action shot!

thanks for looking Smiley
5  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Stripes, polka-dots, and a bedsheet. (img heavy?) on: January 31, 2007 08:05:17 PM
My first real post Smiley and my first real bag!
This is the first bag I've made with my own pattern.  It's machine-stitched, and the handles were hand-stitched on.
It's reversible-- I can't decide which side I like better?



the straps took forever to make.  i didn't learn how to braid until i was like, twelve.

action shot!

thanks for looking Smiley
6  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / Another "What do I get my boyfriend??" post... With a twist! on: December 27, 2006 06:18:11 PM
Yeah, yeah, Christmas has come and passed, but this year my boyfriend and I decided to postpone the holidays (partially because I was totally at a loss for what to get him..)
Problem is, I still have no clue what to give him.  We decided early on that we would only give small gifts, which is proving more difficult than I thought.  I figure inside some sort of decoupaged box or sewn stocking I'd put stuff (like homemade/decorated picks, because he plays guitar, etc), but I can't think of what to fill it with!
So, craft community, what are some cute small gift ideas? 
7  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / A fuzzy home for a friendly ipod! on: September 03, 2006 08:15:13 PM
So I go through about a pack of altoids a week, so i've been brainstorming about what the heck to do with them, and this was the first project i got through.



http://img221.imageshack.us/img221/9043/file004vw9.jpg



Any ideas on how to poke a hole in the side for my headphones?  I tried hammering a hole in, but it wasn't successful..
8  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Apple Jacks wallet on: June 10, 2006 08:49:44 PM
My friend and I had some fun yesterday and bought an eight-pack of those mini cereal boxes and some Hilary Duff flicks.
As you may expect, the influence of Hilary Duff can make you do crazy things.
So I had the idea of making a box into a wallet.. I think it turned out nicely.

9  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / First reconstruction! Boyscout uniform. on: June 10, 2006 07:57:31 PM
So, this is my first reconstruction, I've been lurking here for a while.  I like it alot, but it's nothing special.

(a makeshift "before" picture; i forgot to take one)

to this:


I'm thinking about replacing the buttons or maybe cutting off the collar.. Any thoughts?
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