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21  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Re: STS 2014 Spring and Winter Market Discussion Thread!! on: October 28, 2014 07:02:22 AM
Coming soon to my STS shop...The Abominable Snowman! Aaagh, the horror! Everybody run!!

22  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Re: Animal hoopla embroidery or cross stitch on: October 27, 2014 06:09:39 PM
The picture of your goat hoop keeps coming up on the "recommended threads" bar, and it makes me happy every time I see it! I won't be able to do the swap but I wish that I could.  Smiley
23  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: Shop the Swap Winter Market 2014 - Gallery on: October 27, 2014 03:05:37 PM
Sold to squidget - Tranquility handspun

plus freebie mug cozy:
24  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: Shop the Swap Winter Market 2014 - Gallery on: October 25, 2014 09:42:34 PM
SOLD to RaraAvis: Sari silk crocheted vessel

Yay! Thanks!
I'd make a lot more with sari silk yarn, except I've wrapped all I have around furniture and fixtures in my house.  Smiley
25  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: Shop the Swap Winter Market 2014 - Gallery on: October 18, 2014 01:21:13 PM
It's taken me so long to get through just one Teesha Moore patch project -- and I'm not even done -- so offering these bags for 1 point is a phenomenal steal.
26  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: Shop the Swap Winter Market 2014 - Gallery on: October 18, 2014 09:59:37 AM
Sold to sheepBlue:

Gourdy handspun yarn

Thank you!
27  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Re: STS 2014 Spring and Winter Market Discussion Thread!! on: October 18, 2014 09:53:46 AM
Crazy busy few days and I haven't had time to sit and update the points, today I'm cooking turkey dinner for 20 people (late Thanksgiving dinner) and am hoping that I have time later on this evening to get to it.  Unless I drink too much wine with dinner, then it will be tomorrow morning Cheesy

Go for the wine, AM - we can wait.  Wink
28  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Re: STS 2014 Spring and Winter Market Discussion Thread!! on: October 15, 2014 10:18:14 AM
Those flavors sound wonderful! As far as points, I think the 2 to 3 range, definitely for shipping.

29  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Re: STS 2014 Spring and Winter Market Discussion Thread!! on: October 13, 2014 12:53:51 PM
My shop is now open, but coinciding with this, I've found that the camera on my new tablet really stinks.  Tongue Sometime when we're both home during daylight hours, I'll get my partner's phone and take some better shots of the new offerings in my shop. (No, I don't have a smartphone  Embarrassed) I have a few more things to add to the shop, and various other things that will get added in the coming weeks if I stay focused and finish them.
30  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: STS Winter Market **Shops** (SU to Oct 10; closes Nov 24) on: October 11, 2014 06:56:12 PM

This California-based shop is OPEN

Items crafted and stored in a house with no pets or smokers.

Take any single half-point item FREE with a full-point purchase

...HERBAL... (International restrictions may apply)

White Sage - grown in my garden without pesticides, this California native plant is widely considered sacred and burned for purification and blessing. Unsustainable wild harvesting of white sage is rapidly wiping out the plant, so native plant advocates are urging consumers not to continue purchasing the bundles brought in from the mountains. I can either send you a "wand" of the white sage (I cut a length off the top of the plants and then bind the leaves and stem together to dry), or the equivalent amount of loose leaves. --  half a point

Dried Rosemary - grown in my garden without pesticides. Use for cooking, or add to incense, sachets, potpourri or infusions. I'll send the cleaned, dried herbs removed from the woody stems so you get more in a small container than could probably be used in a year. -- free with any purchase


Crochet Yoga Bag with Detachable Strap - Various acrylic and handspun yarns. Drawstring closure. There are loops on the outside for attaching your keys or whatnot, and enough space inside to stow a towel too. Strap works for a yoga prop, too. Because I'm rather fond of this bag: 3 points

Crocheted Infinity Scarf - Photos show full length and doubled-over. All acrylic yarns, plus a little sparkle. I'll be adding a red/black/gray version soon. -- 1 point

Handspun Capelet/Wrap - knit and spun from undyed, 100% alpaca fiber, with a bit of embroidery with metallic gold yarn (easily removed if you don't like it). Slightly fulled, but stitches still visible. About 4ft long when laid out flat. Removable i-cord to adjust how it fits; without i-cord it can be a child-sized wrap or a table-runner. I used Renee Van Hoy's 'Simple Lace Wrap' pattern. -- 2 points

Plarn Hanging Guerrilla Gardening Pods - made from grocery bags, these little hanging pouches can be stuffed with soil and a plant cutting and left in a place that needs some life. -- half point for both

Crocheted handspun pouch - button closure - just the right size for a gift card --  half a point


Bedroom/Art Studio sign - For the artist with minimal space, this cross-stitch can be framed, hung on the door, and flipped one way or the other, depending on what the room's being used for in any given moment. (: -- 1 point with no frame (If I can find suitable framing materials here, I'll update this)

A Christmas Story ornament set - mini cross-stitch hoops (about 2.5" diameter) with attached hooks at top. Soft red fabric covering the backs. -- 2 points for the set


Large Vintage Ephemera Journal - This is one of my pride-and-joy book creations that came out of a collaboration with sheepBlue a long time ago. Pages are approximately letter-sized and pieced together of various favorite oddments I'd collected, many being vintage and/or international. Cover is a sturdy specialty paper in an old-fashioned floral/tree design. Pages are sewn, with buttons added to the spine. -- 3 points

'Virgin' recon journal - mixed paper sewn journal made from 1920s book. Over 100 pages. Because the cover and spine are well-worn, I added two closure ribbons so you can tie the book closed for added security. 1 point


Claims made from me:

calluna to sheepBlue - Gourdy handspun - 1 point
calluna to RaraAvis - Sari silk crocheted vessel - 1 point
calluna to squidget - Tranquility handspun - 1 point (+ free mug cozy)
calluna to squidget - Go-go handspun - 1 point (+ free sage)

Claims I have made:

brandyk to calluna - 3 flannel cloth menstrual pads (2 teal, 1 pink) - 2 pts
                          - 1 bar pumpkin bread soap - 1 pt
Grab a coffee to calluna - felt flower - 1 pt

Started with: 3
Pending: 1
Current: 2
Total: 3

Wishlist: prepped fiber batts for spinning; sparkly fibers (ie angelina, starfire) or other miscellaneous spinning inclusions; cloth menstrual pads with snap closure; edibles; natural health/beauty/cleaning/household products (especially soap)
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