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Topic: Ongoing Offer What You Have (Crafts/Supplies) Swap - March  (Read 21478 times)
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« Reply #100 on: March 29, 2007 08:05:28 AM »

OK, everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, should be current now.

Please check the first page, and if anything is inaccurate, send me a nag-o-gram and I'll fix it.

Thanks for your patience, ladies!

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« Reply #101 on: March 29, 2007 10:35:48 AM »

Wow! Thanks for being so awesome! I can only imagine the work it must take for you. *hugs*
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« Reply #102 on: March 29, 2007 02:28:21 PM »

Help me out, would you all like crafted things or supplies?

I can make a tatted flower bookmark, the flower is tatted, and then the cord is the bookmark, and I add beads at both ends.

I have threads, polyester embroidery threads, buttons, silver earring findings, seashells from the sea. I am a handweaver and have "thrums" which are great for couching, embroidery, about 1 yard/2yard pieces of textured, colored threads. I have boxes of plain green cards with envelopes ready to decorate.

What would you all like me to post? I'm sitting here mind dead. Will post tomorrow afternoon.

The bookmarks sound awesome!

« Reply #103 on: March 29, 2007 11:47:23 PM »

Just reposting my list and adding something too.

1. stitchmarker set of five(for knitting)
similare to these, but I will custom make some for you!(as most of these are gone now)

2. knitted hat; le slouch from knitandtonic(modeled by my favorit childhood doll, but actually adult size  Wink)

3.fabric brooch like this one or in a color of your choice(it has a pinback):

4. little crochet purse, unlined

5. grab bag of supplies, like buttons, beads, pinbacks etc. As much as I can fit into the small envelope*
Here's a pic of my button collection you will get some of them:

6. knitting needle/crochet hook roll(sewn)
  I will offer a selection of fabric to chose from. example

*I honestly shouldn't claim, but I love vintage knitting. That's why all the items on my list are light weight and can be send airmail for 4 to anywhere in the world.
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« Reply #104 on: March 29, 2007 11:54:01 PM »

I claim javede for her sewn needle roll. This is my first claim for this month.

I'm Miss Violaceous, and I'm in the United States.

1. (combineable) Old neckties. Vintage/used from my father's closet. Most of them are wrinkly, and a few show wear, but they are pretty much standard for old tie recon project quality.

2. Red sweater that I felted until it was small enough to fit a baby. It needs to be de-fuzzed (shaved?) a bit, and de-linted (I was in a hurry and it was in my closet), but it is a great bright red, and thick, strong felt.

3. (combineable) Pastel madras cotton/poly blouse. This was part of my businesswear rotation because it was so easy to care for, but eventually I yanked it when I lost weight and didn't want to wear dowdy things that hid my middle anymore. It's a woman's S, and the colors are quite pretty. I don't see any obvious wear or stains. Cut it up and make something cool. The only reason it's still here and didn't go to the thrift store long ago is because I thought I might make something with it someday.

4. One custom made pair of earrings on silver french hooks, made with materials from my stash. Mostly glass, a lot of various silvertone acoutrements, all different colors possible. Here's a taste of what I can do:

5. Four vintage button bobby pins. You choose from earth tone, bright colors, metallic, or shiny. Or some combination. Limited black buttons avavilable, too.

6. (combineable) Black Lace, with rose pattern, 32x60"

7. (combineable) Black and White checkered fabric, 1" squares, thin woven poly/cotton blend, 1.2 yards of 45" wide.

8. BIG piece of green felt, several yard's worth, I will add the exact measurement in the morning. I'm not sure whether it's wool or acrylic, though my money's on acrylic. I can set it on fire tomorrow if someone wants me to (to see if it melts, or just for fun.) My fiance had it leftover from making his own craps table (aww, isn't he cute!)

« Reply #105 on: March 30, 2007 08:24:51 AM »

I claim miss violaceous for "BIG piece of green felt, several yard's worth". I want to make my own poker table.  Cheesy

My list! Added more bags! (will add more if needed)  Wink
I think my hand (that is quite small) is in most pictures as size reference, but will try to measure stuff soon as well.


Fifties/hula tote (ask for size, will add later)

Mini button tote (ask for size, will add later)
(Buttons on fabric plus real buttons)

Skeleton tote (ask for size, will add later)
(Reversable with purple flowers on other side)

Mini sheep tote (ask for size, will add later)

Pink patchwork pirate tote (ask for size, will add later)
(somewhat uneven, as you can see in last picture)

Patchwork measures tote (ask for size, will add later)

Reversable fashion tote with big flowers (ask for size, will add later)

African/Egyptian tote, reversable (ask for size, will add later)

Reversable safari tote (ask for exact size)

Crazy cat bag (ask for exact size)
On the back (that is not visible) the cats are upside-down

Two glass marble rings (silver plated; and I did not make the actual marbles either)

Fabric scraps (all cotton) in the picture below. In total about 40x40" when laid out like below plus one FQ of the glow in the dark ghost fabric below

A bit weird looking cute bag with glass beads, gold paint and ribbons on it (about 9"x9")

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« Reply #106 on: March 30, 2007 02:01:05 PM »

Added even more tote bags!  Grin They are all pretty small, from about 8"x8" to 10"x12".
« Reply #107 on: March 30, 2007 02:04:55 PM »

I'm AsphaltQueen, and having been PM'd by the organizer to say I am approved, I would like to claim Gavagai for her super-adorable sheep tote. This will be my third out with five received. My list:

- 4 handmade notecards (these are a pretty good representation of my work, but arent what you would necessarily receive)

- Half-apron (Handmade, but not by me. Has 4 large pockets in front and a tie in back. Freshly-laundered, hence the wrinkles.)

- Yarn Grab Bag (not sure of yardage on these, but theres a good amount of yarn)

- 2 skeins of Moody Blue Yarn (84 yards each)


- Christmas Stationary (can use in a printer)

- 4 Notepads

- Christmas Window Gels

- 2 Feather Boas (each about 6 long)

- Vest for recycled yarn (Im never going to get around to this I started it and was going to use it for a baby afghan. About 99% sure its acrylic yarn, baby pink, yellow and white colors are pretty true on my monitor.)

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« Reply #108 on: March 30, 2007 02:22:45 PM »

Oh Rats-on-a-Stick.... I missed that Sheep bag... GGRRR...

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« Reply #109 on: March 30, 2007 02:36:15 PM »

Oh Rats-on-a-Stick....

LOL never heard that one before  Roll Eyes

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