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1  UNITED STATES / Rhode Island / Pack Rat Sale! Craftster Style! Bargains by the Bagful! on: April 23, 2005 11:36:39 PM
Dear Rhode Island Friends,

It's last minute but I am announcing a huge pack rat sale!  For two years I have had a store and  jewelry studio in Providence called Okiedokie.. I unfortunately had to close my store, however I will continue to design and make jewelry.

I have a basement full of useful items that I cannot fit in my new small studio.  Many of these cherished items I would prefer to keep, but space will not allow it.

So, I am having a pack rat sale tomorrow, Sunday, April 24th at 745 Westminster St on the West side of Providence at the good ol Okiedokie from 12-4PM

MAKERS OF ART OR CRAFTS you wont want to miss out on  great bargains!

Here is a list of what this pack rat is FINALLY gonna let go of.

Selling at $1

Jewelry parts to rival "Wolf Myrow"

Discontinued styles of finished Gimmick Jewelry. 

Bags and bags of jewelry components, jump rings, chain, findings, plastic beads

Bags of unfinished pewter castings of discontinued designs

Bags of zodiac themed jewelry ( Aries, Pisces, Capricorn, Gemini, and Sagittarius)


Lots of felt covered foam for jewelry displays

Tape gun

Wood for shelving


Selling at 25 Cents

Many products for office organizatio

Craft, Art, and jewelry supplies


Selling at $10 ea

Felt ball bracelet

2 pairs of felt flower earrings

fax machine

3 ft X 6 ft folding table



Selling at $5 ea

2 latch hook pillows

2 latch hook pillow kits

box of clamp on light fixtures

2 ft x 3 ft folding table


Selling at $3 ea

Lamb washcloths

Felt Christmas wreaths and Stockings

2 yellow wooden end tables

2 sleek and modern metal framed tables with glass tops

2 chairs on wheels


Selling at $2 ea

2 corkboards

Retro paper Christmas decorations

2 telephones

3 ft x 3 ft folding table


Selling at $25 ea

5 multi colored wooden folding screens mounted with foam and covered in felt. Great for pinning jewelry or artwork to


Selling at $50 ea

2 white, 3 orange, 2 pink custom built floating trapezoid shelves with French cleats. Tops of shelves are removeable for secret storage or for interior light fixtures.


Please spread the word. If you missed out on the sale this sunday, I am sure to let go of even more useful stuff as I begin to physically move out of the space this week. Drop me an e-mail.


Purging is good! Lots of love,


Johanna, the pack rat






2  CRAFTING FOR GOOD AND NOT EVIL / Craft The Vote! / anti-george bush greeting cards on: September 08, 2004 11:55:02 PM
 Have you seen these awesome anti-bush greeting cards? I heart them! They are featured in the current issue of Venus Magazine! The t-shirts are especially great coz they are so subtle!


Check it out!
3  UNITED STATES / Rhode Island / South End Open Market, a hip & happy craft selling opportunity! on: August 31, 2004 10:23:17 PM
So I did the www.southendopenmarket.com this past Sunday. it is a super well organized ad high quality event! The market occurs every Sunday from 10-4 at 540 Harrsion Ave in Boston, Ma. There were about 40 vendors which included funky handmade items by other craftster ladies, a farmer's market, vintage retro flea market items, local restaurants, and home baked doggie treats. It was super hot this past Sunday and I was told that traffic was not as busy as usual. I talked to many of the other regular vendors who have participated in the market 6+ times. They said that they sell enough each Sunday to make it worth coming back weekend after weekend.    A 10x10 space is only $50.00.  I did not ask about booth sharing, but the organizers may be open to it as they are super friendly and want to provide a marketplace for crafty folk.  There is still space available for the markets that are running through the end of October. The young guy who started the market  is super nice and professional. He wants more artsy crafty folk to participate. The weekend of the 18th and 19th the market is open both Sat and Sun as it is the south end open studios www.useaboston.com. Thousands of people are expected to descend to that area and the open air market is smack dab in the middle. My sales were great and I really enjoyed meeting all of the other vendors and the organizers of the event!  There are not many opportunities for crafty folk to bring their items to a hip and happy marketplace, but this is definitely one of them so  spread the word!
4  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / SLEEK MOD CAT SCRATCHER on: May 15, 2004 10:30:35 PM
 Cats need to Scratch. To give my two 20lb cats an alternative to furniture, I would love to make a sleek mod catscratcher. I am thinking nice bright pink, green , and yellow carpet. I mean if I have to have this thing I want it to look cool. Plus my two cats are design snobs and they won't scratch just anything, ( which is why they went for our sal-al turqoise leather couch! but don't worry, I have another crafty plan to fix that) I am pretty confident that I can come up with some kind of tube shape from oversized PVC that I can cut holes in to, or Perhaps I can make a mod boxy thing out of MDF and then cover the whole thing with carpet and upholstry staples. It is the anchoring thing that escapes me. These two giant felines are 20lbs a piece and are active like kittens. Has anyone ever built their own cat scratcher? Does anyone have any ideas on how to make a cat scratcher sturdy? I do not want to bolt it to the floor or anything. Thanks! 
5  CLOTHING / Sewing Pattern Reviews / How do I make a pattern of my favorite vintage tunic ? on: May 15, 2004 02:06:15 PM
You know how sometimes you find a piece of clothing that was just made for you. I have two diffferent styles of shirts that I love to wear for summer one is a tunic, the other is just as basic. I would like to make a pattern based on them. I have worn them a lot the last two summers and they are beginning to get tatered. Any tips on getting started is much appreciated! My sewing skills are basic. Thanks!
6  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / HGTV Crafting Coast to Coast...Has anyone already taped their project? on: May 14, 2004 01:34:09 PM
Just looking for anyone who has already taped with HGTV for Crafting Coast to Coast. I was selected to do a project for the show and I was hoping to find other people out there who have already taped with them. Just curious as what to expect. Thanks!
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