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Topic: Ongoing Offer What You Have (Crafts or Supplies) Swap -- 22nd Nov-22nd Dec  (Read 13598 times)
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Eliea
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« Reply #10 on: November 28, 2006 06:29:49 AM »

I may sign up for this after my christmas crafting is done. I'm so close...
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« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2006 08:17:54 AM »

Maybe I'm just being dense, but to clarify - I get to pick one thing, but I have to give at least five?  I'm a bit confused. :/
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« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2006 08:20:03 AM »

You pick one, then someone claims one from you. But you should have at least five for them to choose from Smiley
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ScotSkipper402
« Reply #13 on: December 01, 2006 02:51:47 PM »

I, Scotskipper, claim a purse organizer from ZombieFlesh:
http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h3/zerocool00/038003.jpg

Here's what I have to offer. (I'd LIKE to offer pictures, too.) But until I can, here's the descriptions:

1. Ivory linen weave fabric, machine embroidered in small overall eyelet and leaf pattern. 45" wide, 2 yards long. Dress or blouse weight. Machine washable.

2. Handwoven vintage Thai silk fabric, medium purple/plum. 48" wide, 1 1/8 yard. Gorgeous nubby texture.

3. Red/white/blue eyelash yarn 100 gm. ball/110m/121 yards. Fun fur weight.

4. Red sparkly novelty yarn. 2 balls Berroco FX 50gms/95m/103yards each. Very pretty. PLEASE hold this yarn with something heavier.

5. Brown and copper woven shawl. Dressy, with gold accents. 21" wide, 2 1/4 long.

for USA only (that's so rude, but these packages are heavy and I can't afford shipping then overseas... Sad)

A. Black fabric. Big flat-rate US mail box jammed with yards and yards of BLACK Linen, cotton, knits. All big pieces. All machine washable.

B. Chinese (flame) RED and teal BLUE fabric. Big flat-rate US mail box jammed with yards and yards of vibrant solid colored poly wovens, cotton, knits. All big pieces. All machine washable.

C. Office-appropriate fabric. Big flat-rate US mail box jammed with goodlooking and sober career cloth. The star: 4 yds, 60" wide small-scale poly/cotton tweed in black/brown/tan/grey. Very good for new sewers. Enough for a jacket, skirt, and pants. Does not need to be lined.
« Last Edit: December 01, 2006 03:03:01 PM by ScotSkipper402 » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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« Reply #14 on: December 01, 2006 05:12:21 PM »

I am ptarmic wumpus, and I claim from Scotskipper:

2. Handwoven vintage Thai silk fabric, medium purple/plum. 48" wide, 1 1/8 yard. Gorgeous nubby texture.

This is my first claim.

Offers:


Things that are crafted:

1. vinyl rain hat in faux snakeskin print. Fits approx. 22.5" head.
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/rain3.jpg

2. felted sweater bag with koi embellishment. I am intending on lining it with the geisha cotton in the second photo. You can choose the handle type and pockets, and anything that you want needle felted on the other side of the bag.
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist2.jpg
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist3.jpg

3. I have a spare panel of this lightbulb cotton. I can either send the fabric or make something from the panel (2 yds, 42" wide, pattern is on the crossgrain).
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist5.jpg

4. abstract felted piece.
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist9.jpg

5. flat felt "fall tree"
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist10.jpg

6. "namibia" desert scene in flat felt
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist11.jpg

7. "white sands" or weird moonscape felt
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist12.jpg

8. something made with this cats-in-trees fabric (I'd rather craft with the fabric than just send the piece. I have 1 yd of 45" wide)
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist13.jpg

9. Something made from any of the zillion felted sweater sleeves in my possession.  I also have a few felted sweaters - I'd like to craft with them rather than ship them off whole. Here are some examples (I can make similar things, these exact ones are not being offered):
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/snaily2.jpg
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swsl1.jpg

Supplies:
1. cotton? gauze fabric, more than 2 yd, ~50 in wide
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist1.jpg

2. heavy green cotton basketweave fabric, 5 ft
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist6.jpg

3. lime linen/rayon with cording swirls a la Joann, 1 3/4 yd
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist7.jpg

4. stretch fine wale corduroy, 1 yd, 60" wide
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist8.jpg

5. bright red Power Stretch (Malden Mills, smooth on one side, fleecy on the other, very stretchy), 7/8 yd, 60" wide
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist14.jpg

6. orange EcoWool, solid on one side, stripe on the other. Wool/Poly with some stretch, a performance wicking fabric for sportswear. I think I also have a mossy green piece around somewhere, 1 yd each 50" wide, midweight
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist15.jpg

7. grey/taupe wool gabardine, 2 yd, ~60" wide
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist16.jpg

« Last Edit: December 01, 2006 05:18:23 PM by ptarmic wumpus » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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« Reply #15 on: December 01, 2006 06:38:40 PM »

I, Scotskipper, claim from ptarmic wumpus:

1. cotton? gauze fabric, more than 2 yd, ~50 in wide
http://decapod.home.silentsong.net/swlist1.jpg

And many thanks for the ideas on felted sweater sleeves!

I'm offering
Here's what I have to offer. (I'd LIKE to offer pictures, too.) But until I can, here's the descriptions:

1. Ivory linen weave fabric, machine embroidered in small overall eyelet and leaf pattern. 45" wide, 2 yards long. Dress or blouse weight. Machine washable.

2. Plastic needlepoint squares -- 15 3"x3", 10 4"x4". Clear-ish. If you don't needlepoint, these make great pierced earring displays. (Instant presents... tie a cool bit of ribbon at one corner, and hang them up as earring holders.)

3. Red/white/blue eyelash yarn 100 gm. ball/110m/121 yards. Fun fur weight.

4. Red sparkly novelty yarn. 2 balls Berroco FX 50gms/95m/103yards each. Very pretty.

5. Brown and copper woven shawl. Dressy, with gold accents. 21" wide, 2 1/4 long.

« Last Edit: December 18, 2006 10:03:04 AM by ScotSkipper402 » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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redgreen
« Reply #16 on: December 02, 2006 03:41:41 PM »

Hi Scotskipper,
was just looking at your list and I can't quite imagine the  needlepoint squares.
I've been looking for a nice frame to organize my earrings for a while...are your squares decorated, do they look nice to put up on the wall?
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gavagai
« Reply #17 on: December 03, 2006 02:01:00 PM »

Do you think you will be able to add pictures later? I think its difficult to know what to claim when there aren't any pictures. I understand if you can't. Just wondering...
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Still wishing for a Tunisian crochet kit. Would be happy to personal swap for one. I have fabrics and all sorts of stuff to swap for.
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« Reply #18 on: December 03, 2006 02:16:46 PM »

I dont think i can join this one??
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gavagai
« Reply #19 on: December 03, 2006 02:29:45 PM »

You have to have been a member for at least a month first.
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Still wishing for a Tunisian crochet kit. Would be happy to personal swap for one. I have fabrics and all sorts of stuff to swap for.
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