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« Reply #20 on: October 14, 2008 05:24:03 AM »

I'd like to claim girlosun_9 for cowls for her kids!!  This is my second claim (of three), 0 sent, 0 recieved.

Hey guys!  Im Heather, and me and my family live in Michigan.  We are big into nature, living green, recycling and stuff like that.  We love to hike, and we love things inspired by nature.   Ive got a kiddo, Alexander, and hes 8.75.  He turns 9 on December 22nd.  He loves Star Wars, Naruto, Avatar, Pokemon, Harry Potter, Goosebumps books, pirates, monsters, magic, all kinds of stuff.  He LOVES to read, like crazy.  He is super athletic, and very tall.  (he is only a couple of inches shorter than me!  It is scary!)
We just re-did his room last month. The walls are green, and the rest of the scheme is black, white, and silver/grey.  We wanted to give him a really nice, grown up room.  He is definitely a grown up kid.  He really really loves anything handmade.  He is the kind of kid who totally loves something more if it was made by hand. (I really lucked out!)
So heres some stuff he would LOVE:

Crocheted star wars guys: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_list_1&listing_id=14517559

Roll up chalkboard:
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=13706821

Sock animal

A yoda poppet

A cool stenciled/screen printed/or sewn hoodie (size 12)  anything star wars, naruto, skulls, rock and roll, anything like that would be awesome!  We are into recycling clothing, so used, but nice hoodies newly stencilled are good too!

A stuffed octopus with long tentacles (hed love something big enough to be huggable)

An R2D2 stuffie like the one from last round, here, and also in my profile:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=268959.msg3034477#msg3034477
Thanks brilor!!!

A case for his leapster L-max.  We need something to travel with.  It can be just a large padded cosmetic bag, but it would need to have a pocket to keep the little game cartridges in it.  Ill get dimensions if anyone is interested.

A lunch bag for school (cleanable would be awesome!) like this one, but not flowery:
http://tumblingblocks.net/blog/index.cfm/2007/7/31/oilcloth-lunch-bag

A hanging pocket organizer in black/white/silver/green, to hang in his room:
http://www.burdastyle.com/patterns/show/1583

A birdcage like this, except in boy colors (no pink or flowers!):
http://pretty-ditty.blogspot.com/2008/03/fabric-bird-cage-tutorial.html

A boy monkey doll like the one from last round:http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=268959.30  (all the way at the bottom)

A kitty like this: http://wists.com/superhooker/9025f158567d9ce549352d34e83c0c06?offset=0


Something cool and princessy for my neice, Emma.  She's 7, but she wears a size 12 in girls (she's a hefty princess!). 
-She'd dig cool stenciled or appliqued shirts. 
-A pretty princessy doll
-A stuffed fleece bunny or horse.
-A black apple doll, like this: http://www.marthastewart.com/article/black-apple-doll?rsc=fav_Homepage_Homepage

Anything made for her really needs to be pretty rough and tumble.  She lives in a house where things break easily.  Things that are washable are also a plus!

And my sister in law is having a baby this winter.  Its going to be a boy!  Her favorite color is baby blue.  Shes kinda into blingy stuff.  This will be her first baby, so she doesnt have any hand me downs sitting in boxes, and heres some stuff  Id love to giver her:

A diaper changing pad:
http://sewtakeahike.typepad.com/sewtakeahike/2008/07/diaper-changing.html

A cool diaper bag:
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_list_12&listing_id=14154619

Baby booties

Any used but nice baby stuff would be great too!  Or any baby stuff that you love to make.


Thanks in advance!!! 
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« Reply #21 on: October 14, 2008 07:20:41 AM »

I claim superhooker for stuff for her SIL's soon to be born baby boy (including a changing pad).
This is my 2nd claim, 0 sent (I will be sending my first claim this afternoon, I just need to get a shower first, haha), 0 received.

I am a SAHM (atm, however I am currently looking for a parttime job, bleh) of 1 darling little boy who is 3 years old.  We live in North Carolina, USA.

Quentin - 3 year old boy
Currently wears size 3T/4T in shirts and 2T in pants (he is tall and skinny/long torso, 38in.tall/30lbs), size 7.5 in toddler shoes.  If you need actual measurements let me know. 
Loves Thomas/trains, cars (ie-HotWheels), SuperWhy, Clifford, Lazytown, Dora/Diego, Blue's Clues, Mario Bros/MarioKart, RockBand, pirates, dinosaurs, space/rockets (and lots of other things, just ask, he probably likes it)  OMG, I can't believe I almost forgot Spiderman!
Also enjoys cheese (in many wonderous forms, from quesadilas to cubes), cookies, ice cream, chocolate milk and fruit snacks.  (I promise he doesn't just eat these things, they are just on the top of the list of things he wants when I ask him what he wants for whatever meal)
Also likes trying to ride his new tricycle, running in circles around the house, gymnastics class, and "playing" soccer.
Likes watching KC Chiefs football with his daddy and grandpa every Sunday (they all have matching jerseys, it's really quite adorable).  Also UNC Tarheel basketball is big in this house.  (He also has a KU-Jayhawks grandpa and an UGA-Bulldogs grandpa pulling him in their directions, haha).
He doesn't really have a favorite color (at least not one that he will tell me, he just starts naming all the colors he knows), sticking to boy appropriate colors would be best (so no pinks or purples).

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Play Food/Play Kitchen items - I (with the help of my woodworking older brother) am converting a set of old bedside tables into a play kitchen for Christmas... so I will be needing play kitchen and food items, I have a whole booklet that I printed out of crocheted foods but I haven't had a chance to get them started.  Crocheted/felt/etc... please no faces on the items, there's nothing weirder than pretending to eat foods that have cute/funny faces.

Awesome shirts (long sleeve and short sleeve) or hoodie - please no iron ons (they do not last in my wash and my kiddo picks at anything that he thinks is a sticker) - in any of his favorite things or check out the examples on his wist (link below, and yes I made my kid his own wist, haha)

Lounge pants/PJs in fabrics in his favorite things or some Christmas ones (I've even seen Thomas Christmas fabric!). 

Art for bedroom/bathroom (painting/embroidery/fabric/etc) - Bedroom is transportation themed, bathroom is monkeys/jungle.  (Here is a link to my flickr set with pictures of both rooms-the only thing that is different now other than furniture being moved around is the Thomas curtain on the window, it's posted on here- http://www.flickr.com/photos/amystagner/sets/72157603919027797/)

Transportation themed (or Thomas themed) Bedding... blanket/quilt/sheets/pillowcases (please no fleece blankets, he has like 5 of them now)... twin sized.

This is a biggie, but this thing is just too cool, so I thought why not, I can't seem to figure out how to make it... http://www.shopatron.com/product/product_id=BOO801/514.0

Knit socks!  I just love knit socks but I can't knit myself and crocheted socks aren't as nice looking.

I-Spy bag.  These things are so neat! --> Thanks, patty_o_furniture!

Sewing/crocheting patterns for infants/toddlers/boys/girls (we plan on having at least one more, it might be a little while, but I have been collecting patterns so I will be ready when we do)

Mario (as in the Nintendo Mario bros) amigurumi - snugglably sized.

A set of cute/fun magnets (he has one of those magnet/dryerase/chalkboard easels) to play with (puzzles, alphabets, cars/trains/planes, etc...)

Fabric in any of his favorite themes or other boyish prints (no baseball prints though please...) (cotton, fleece, flannel, any kind!)

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his wist - http://www.wists.com/Qstag  (there are examples of most of the things on the list on here)

his blog - http://amystagner.blogspot.com 
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« Reply #22 on: October 14, 2008 07:48:27 AM »

I'd like to claim Zelda.Suicide for a bunch of kid patterns, and some magnets to play with.

This is my 3rd claim, 0 sent, 0recieved.

Hey guys!  Im Heather, and me and my family live in Michigan.  We are big into nature, living green, recycling and stuff like that.  We love to hike, and we love things inspired by nature.   Ive got a kiddo, Alexander, and hes 8.75.  He turns 9 on December 22nd.  He loves Star Wars, Naruto, Avatar, Pokemon, Harry Potter, Goosebumps books, pirates, monsters, magic, all kinds of stuff.  He LOVES to read, like crazy.  He is super athletic, and very tall.  (he is only a couple of inches shorter than me!  It is scary!)
We just re-did his room last month. The walls are green, and the rest of the scheme is black, white, and silver/grey.  We wanted to give him a really nice, grown up room.  He is definitely a grown up kid.  He really really loves anything handmade.  He is the kind of kid who totally loves something more if it was made by hand. (I really lucked out!)
So heres some stuff he would LOVE:

Crocheted star wars guys: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_list_1&listing_id=14517559

Roll up chalkboard:
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=13706821

Sock animal

A yoda poppet

A cool stenciled/screen printed/or sewn hoodie (size 12)  anything star wars, naruto, skulls, rock and roll, anything like that would be awesome!  We are into recycling clothing, so used, but nice hoodies newly stencilled are good too!

A stuffed octopus with long tentacles (hed love something big enough to be huggable)

A case for his leapster L-max.  We need something to travel with.  It can be just a large padded cosmetic bag, but it would need to have a pocket to keep the little game cartridges in it.  Ill get dimensions if anyone is interested.

A lunch bag for school (cleanable would be awesome!) like this one, but not flowery:
http://tumblingblocks.net/blog/index.cfm/2007/7/31/oilcloth-lunch-bag

A hanging pocket organizer in black/white/silver/green, to hang in his room:
http://www.burdastyle.com/patterns/show/1583

A birdcage like this, except in boy colors (no pink or flowers!):
http://pretty-ditty.blogspot.com/2008/03/fabric-bird-cage-tutorial.html

A boy monkey doll like the one from last round:http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=268959.30  (all the way at the bottom)

A kitty like this: http://wists.com/superhooker/9025f158567d9ce549352d34e83c0c06?offset=0


Something cool and princessy for my neice, Emma.  She's 7, but she wears a size 12 in girls (she's a hefty princess!). 
-She'd dig cool stenciled or appliqued shirts. 
-A pretty princessy doll
-A stuffed fleece bunny or horse.
-A black apple doll, like this: http://www.marthastewart.com/article/black-apple-doll?rsc=fav_Homepage_Homepage

Anything made for her really needs to be pretty rough and tumble.  She lives in a house where things break easily.  Things that are washable are also a plus!

And my sister in law is having a baby this winter.  Its going to be a boy!  Her favorite color is baby blue.  Shes kinda into blingy stuff.  This will be her first baby, so she doesnt have any hand me downs sitting in boxes, and heres some stuff  Id love to giver her:

A diaper changing pad:
http://sewtakeahike.typepad.com/sewtakeahike/2008/07/diaper-changing.html

thanks zelda.suicide!!

A cool diaper bag:
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_list_12&listing_id=14154619

Baby booties

Any used but nice baby stuff would be great too!  Or any baby stuff that you love to make.


Thanks in advance!!!
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« Reply #23 on: October 14, 2008 12:17:28 PM »

I claim superhooker for a black apple doll for her neice Emma.  (I need to make one for my neice too, so making 2 at once shouldn't be too hard.  We will see!)

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0 received


I live in Missouri (USA) with my hubby Matthew who is a internet tech and with our 2.5 year old son Noah.  I am a SAHM and I love it.  Noah is a very active child and small for his age (wears 18months to 2T clothing).  He loves all things BOY!!!  LMSO  I am hoping to get some things for him to save back for Christmas from this swap!!!! NOAH HAS HIS OWN WIST!!!!  www.wists.com/taco

Noah loves anything Thomas train, Cars the movie, Mickey Mouse, Handy Manny, and John Deere.  His bedroom is all in John Deere.   

Anything with a cat too.  One of his favorite words!!!  So a stuffed cat would be awesome.

He loves wearing hats, so I would love to have either a bright orange or red fleece hat and scarf set for him this winter. 

A crocheted  pirate or bumble bee hat as shown on Noah's wist.

A crocheted or stuffed animal as shown on his wist.  (He loves the elephant)

A long sleeve shirt (2T) with his initial or name on it.

Any kind of felt foods!!!  Especially eggs, pancakes, and a taco (his nickname).

An eye spy bag in a cool shape.  (some on his wist)

chalk place mat (on wist)

crocheted crayon scarf (on scarf)

crayon roll up

belt (shown on wist)

a colorful packpack in an animal shape

sock monkey

funky magnets for the fridge (he loves playing with these!  LOL)

Play kitchen utensils

cute apron for when he is helping mommy in the kitchen

Handy Manny felt doll




Mindi, neice

She is into Disney princess ANYTHING!!!

size 6 clothing, anything with her initial or name on it

a crayon roll up

a crayon scarf like on Noah's wist

stuffed doll with felt or yarn hair

hair scrunchies, barettes, etc.

sock monkey

place mat with her name and a cook picture on it covered in contact paper

a fairy poppet or stuffed doll
 
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« Reply #24 on: October 15, 2008 08:20:33 AM »

I claim missgabbielynn for crayon rolls-->one for her son and one for her niece.

This is my third claim this round, zero sent, zero received (thought their are pj pants cut and ready to sew  Wink )

A little bit about us.  We are from Maine and spend A LOT of time outdoors; we hike, bike, walk, geocache, and explore.  Our newest activity is biking/riding in the royal carriage (read ride in the bike trailer behind mommy and give directions on how fast/slow mommy is going).  We are a fairly crafty family.  My ten year old loves bold colors and crafting unusual/different things out of craft materials.  My middle child likes pinks, purples, and browns as well as elephants; she also likes anything we call a craft project.  My youngests--who turned 2 several days ago) loves monkeys and soft fabrics. 


Crafted Items:
Some wrapples for our lunches--pears would be nice as well (pearples?) http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=14455093

A cowl like this http://www.craftleftovers.com/blog/archives/433 to fit a 10, 4, and/or 2 year old.  ANy colors except pink for the the two year old.  It would also ahve to be non itchy yarn or it would never get worn.

 A felt pencil case like this http://www.marthastewart.com/portal/site/mslo/menuitem.3a0656639de62ad593598e10d373a0a0/?vgnextoid=781f8b6244277110VgnVCM1000003d370a0aRCRD&vgnextchannel=66f3802fb632c110VgnVCM1000003d370a0aRCRD&lnc=66f3802fb632c110VgnVCM1000003d370a0aRCRD&rsc=organizing+tip+of+the+day_recipe_b  We strongly prefer wool felt but would be open to pretty much anything

Knitted Hats to fit my children.  The youngest is two, middle is four, oldest is ten--heads slightly bigger then average for the two year old and ten year old.

Colorful sock monkey

Felt Food (Sandwhich, Pizza, Breakfast Items, Produce)

Tote bag or bags with an outer pocket for bed time (a pocket for a book and a pocket for pjs).  The oldest likes bold colors and animal prints.  The middle child likes butterflies, purples, pinks, and browns.  The youngest likes monkeys and soft fabrics. 

Anything from/inspired by my wist: http://www.wists.com/girlosun_9 and there are a lot of ideas here, please feel free to craft something you would like to craft!

Gocco Cards with envelopes.   Deer, owls, trees, acorns, and/or pretty much anything nature inspired.  We are big on writing to friends/family and the children use these cards for that as well as for writing birthday letters.

Felted beads

Another I Spy Bag as we drive in the car quite a bit to geocache and go on hikes/bike rides

A scale model of the solar system that I can hang from the ceiling that isn't plastic

A pendant making kit (for the eldest, this is what she wants to make for Christmas gifts for her friends) like this http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=15000148 or this http://www.makeandtakes.com/links/scrabble-tile-pendant-tutorial or this http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=14928442
I never thought I would be saying this (as our middle child was toilet trained at just over a year and our oldest came to us at 4) but cloth diapers to fit a two year old.  Our two year old just isn't interested in toilet training. 

And I know these are both huge but if anyone wants to make either of them, we wouldn't object   A fabric dollhouse like this http://blog.craftzine.com/archive/2008/08/fabric_dollhouse_tutorial.html?CMP=OTC-5JF307375954 or
a set like this http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showthread.php?t=66029

Anything train related for the two year old. 

Supplies:

Diamond Glaze (my oldest is making magnets and likes the dimension it gives them)

Yardage of fabric featuring elephants (not circus please) or monkeys or anything forest like (cute forest not actual forest) or novelty (lemons, goldfish, bikes, etc.)

This fabric for a quilt/pillowcase/and or wallhanging for my middle child http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=14833775

Linen→Used or Thrifted pretty much any color (the middle child does A LOT of embroidery)

Anything from/inspired by my wist: http://www.wists.com/girlosun_9 that is for children

linen double fold bias tape at least a 1/2 inch (for skirts for the older two)

Little figurines so we can make this: http://www.parenting.com/article/Toddler/Activities/Ocean-in-a-Bottle
unpainted wooden nesting dolls

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« Reply #25 on: October 15, 2008 01:41:37 PM »

I claim girlosun for an I Spy Bag

Second Claim, none sent

I'm Kira from Utah, USA.  I have two girls, ages four and two.  I love matching things if you want to make two.  I will be using this stuff for Christmas stuff, so keep in mind you won't get action shots, but I'll surely take pics after the kids are asleep!



GOODIES:

Nativity Set

Christmas Countdown

Hand Puppets

Cloth Potty Training Pants

Cloth Diapers

Girl Panties

Dress up stuff

Matching tutu's

Crochet/Knit Girls to look like my DD's (blonde hair/blue eyes...etc)

Felt letter book

Zipper/Bow Tie/Button Book

cute painted/Decorated shoes

something to do with Ariel (4yo) or Tinkerbell (2yo)

Fairy house or door (2yo room is done in fairies)

Chalkboard placemats

wisty-goodies

Baking Set
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_2&listing_id=15607094
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_9&listing_id=15365877

Mermaid Tail Costume (4yo)

Felt food set -pizza/dairy products/sandwich/veggies... (we already have lots of pancakes and eggs)

Cute T-Shirts/Sweaters/Clothes in 5T and/or 2T

Little Farm Animals (chapstick size)


*Things can be made from however you work, so if something is listed as 'felt' but you want to knit, that's fine!


Thanks! 
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« Reply #26 on: October 15, 2008 02:21:35 PM »

I claim patty_o_furniture for a crocheted baking set (yes, I am making another one of these, actually a 3rd one since I am working on one for my son as well, haha).
This is my 3rd claim, 1 sent, 0 received.

I am a SAHM (atm, however I am currently looking for a parttime job, bleh) of 1 darling little boy who is 3 years old.  We live in North Carolina, USA.

Quentin - 3 year old boy
Currently wears size 3T/4T in shirts and 2T in pants (he is tall and skinny/long torso, 38in.tall/30lbs), size 7.5 in toddler shoes.  If you need actual measurements let me know. 
Loves Thomas/trains, cars (ie-HotWheels), SuperWhy, Clifford, Lazytown, Dora/Diego, Blue's Clues, Mario Bros/MarioKart, RockBand, pirates, dinosaurs, space/rockets (and lots of other things, just ask, he probably likes it)  OMG, I can't believe I almost forgot Spiderman!
Also enjoys cheese (in many wonderous forms, from quesadilas to cubes), cookies, ice cream, chocolate milk and fruit snacks.  (I promise he doesn't just eat these things, they are just on the top of the list of things he wants when I ask him what he wants for whatever meal)
Also likes trying to ride his new tricycle, running in circles around the house, gymnastics class, and "playing" soccer.
Likes watching KC Chiefs football with his daddy and grandpa every Sunday (they all have matching jerseys, it's really quite adorable).  Also UNC Tarheel basketball is big in this house.  (He also has a KU-Jayhawks grandpa and an UGA-Bulldogs grandpa pulling him in their directions, haha).
He doesn't really have a favorite color (at least not one that he will tell me, he just starts naming all the colors he knows), sticking to boy appropriate colors would be best (so no pinks or purples).

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Play Food/Play Kitchen items - I (with the help of my woodworking older brother) am converting a set of old bedside tables into a play kitchen for Christmas... so I will be needing play kitchen and food items, I have a whole booklet that I printed out of crocheted foods but I haven't had a chance to get them started.  Crocheted/felt/etc... please no faces on the items, there's nothing weirder than pretending to eat foods that have cute/funny faces.

Awesome shirts (long sleeve and short sleeve) or hoodie - please no iron ons (they do not last in my wash and my kiddo picks at anything that he thinks is a sticker) - in any of his favorite things or check out the examples on his wist (link below, and yes I made my kid his own wist, haha)

Lounge pants/PJs in fabrics in his favorite things or some Christmas ones (I've even seen Thomas Christmas fabric!). 

Art for bedroom/bathroom (painting/embroidery/fabric/etc) - Bedroom is transportation themed, bathroom is monkeys/jungle.  (Here is a link to my flickr set with pictures of both rooms-the only thing that is different now other than furniture being moved around is the Thomas curtain on the window, it's posted on here- http://www.flickr.com/photos/amystagner/sets/72157603919027797/)

Transportation themed (or Thomas themed) Bedding... blanket/quilt/sheets/pillowcases (please no fleece blankets, he has like 5 of them now)... twin sized.

This is a biggie, but this thing is just too cool, so I thought why not, I can't seem to figure out how to make it... http://www.shopatron.com/product/product_id=BOO801/514.0

Knit socks!  I just love knit socks but I can't knit myself and crocheted socks aren't as nice looking.

I-Spy bag.  These things are so neat! --> Thanks, patty_o_furniture!

Sewing/crocheting patterns for infants/toddlers/boys/girls (we plan on having at least one more, it might be a little while, but I have been collecting patterns so I will be ready when we do)  --> Thanks superhooker!

Mario (as in the Nintendo Mario bros) amigurumi - snugglably sized.

A set of cute/fun magnets (he has one of those magnet/dryerase/chalkboard easels) to play with (puzzles, alphabets, cars/trains/planes, etc...)   --> Thanks superhooker!

Fabric in any of his favorite themes or other boyish prints (no baseball prints though please...) (cotton, fleece, flannel, any kind!)

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his wist - http://www.wists.com/Qstag  (there are examples of most of the things on the list on here)

his blog - http://amystagner.blogspot.com 
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« Reply #27 on: October 15, 2008 03:56:28 PM »

I claim Zelda for Bedroom Art

Third Claim, none sent

I'm Kira from Utah, USA.  I have two girls, ages four and two.  I love matching things if you want to make two.  I will be using this stuff for Christmas stuff, so keep in mind you won't get action shots, but I'll surely take pics after the kids are asleep!



GOODIES:

Nativity Set
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_21&listing_id=16327544

Christmas Countdown
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_1&listing_id=16286093

Hand Puppets

Cloth Potty Training Pants

Cloth Diapers

Girl Panties

Dress up stuff

Matching tutu's
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_1&listing_id=16349078

Crochet/Knit Girls to look like my DD's (blonde hair/blue eyes...etc)
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_12&listing_id=16345161

Felt letter book
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_10&listing_id=10756824
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_2&listing_id=15516488

Zipper/Bow Tie/Button Book

cute painted/Decorated shoes
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=15831351

something to do with Ariel (4yo) or Tinkerbell (2yo)

Fairy house or door (2yo room is done in fairies)
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_10&listing_id=16309007

Chalkboard placemats

wisty-goodies

Baking Set
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_17&listing_id=16186532
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=16188895

Mermaid Tail Costume (4yo)
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_16&listing_id=16266957

Felt food set -pizza/dairy products/sandwich/veggies/gingerbread men... (we already have lots of pancakes and eggs)
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_12&listing_id=16329986
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_20&listing_id=16327557
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_4&listing_id=16204819

Cute T-Shirts/Sweaters/Clothes in 5T and/or 2T

Little Farm/Animals
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_8&listing_id=14888922

Cabbage Patch Doll Clothes (I can give measurements if needed)
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_12&listing_id=16226483
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=sr_gallery_15&listing_id=15725450

Pretend Make-Up -like a compact and brushes, lipstick, ....


*Things can be made from however you work, so if something is listed as 'felt' but you want to knit, that's fine!


Thanks! 
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« Reply #28 on: October 18, 2008 04:27:15 PM »

I will claim Patty-O-Furniture for felt food for her little ones. 

This is my 3rd claim
0 sent
0 received


I live in Missouri (USA) with my hubby Matthew who is a internet tech and with our 2.5 year old son Noah.  I am a SAHM and I love it.  Noah is a very active child and small for his age (wears 18months to 2T clothing).  He loves all things BOY!!!  LMSO  I am hoping to get some things for him to save back for Christmas from this swap!!!! NOAH HAS HIS OWN WIST!!!!  www.wists.com/taco

Noah loves anything Thomas train, Cars the movie, Mickey Mouse, Handy Manny, and John Deere.  His bedroom is all in John Deere.   

Anything with a cat too.  One of his favorite words!!!  So a stuffed cat would be awesome.

He loves wearing hats, so I would love to have either a bright orange or red fleece hat and scarf set for him this winter. 

A crocheted pirate or bumble bee hat as shown on Noah's wist.

A crocheted or stuffed animal as shown on his wist.  (He loves the elephant)

A long sleeve shirt (2T) with his initial or name on it.

Any kind of felt foods!!!  Especially eggs, pancakes, and a taco (his nickname).

An eye spy bag in a cool shape.  (some on his wist)

chalk place mat (on wist)

crocheted crayon scarf (on wist)

crayon roll up -  Thanks girl-o-sun

belt (shown on wist)

a colorful backpack in an animal shape

sock monkey

funky magnets for the fridge (he loves playing with these!  LOL)

Play kitchen utensils

cute apron for when he is helping mommy in the kitchen

Handy Manny felt doll




Mindi, neice

She is into Disney princess ANYTHING!!!

size 6 clothing, anything with her initial or name on it

a crayon roll up  Thanks girl-o-sun

a crayon scarf like on Noah's wist

stuffed doll with felt or yarn hair

hair scrunchies, barettes, etc.

sock monkey

place mat with her name and a cook picture on it covered in contact paper

a fairy poppet or stuffed doll
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CJKJ
« Reply #29 on: October 20, 2008 09:58:36 AM »

I claim missgabbielynn for some barrettes (and possibly some hair scrunchies if I can work them out)

3rd claim, 1 sent, 1 received and one going out the door!


I am a SAHM to 4 kiddos.  We have 3 girls and 1 boy, 8yrs, 5 yrs, 3 yrs &  1 yr old.  We live in KY and have a small amount of living space for all 6 of us.  The sisters all love "the Bubs" very much.  He probably needs the most stuff since we have so many girly things. 

for Bubs:  (He has a surfer/skateboarder style with cool hair to match.)

Some cool surfer/skateboarder style stenciled/silkscreened/appliqued t-shirts - size 12 mo.

12 mo tees stenciled/silkscreened with sayings "Bread Lovers Unite!" or "Yeah, Toast"  (yes, he's a bread man)

Cadet style hat

pj pants or sets (styled like Old Navy/Gap pants)  he is cloth diapered so he needs some extra room in the pants.  I love stripes in boyish colors.

He is very good with his hands and likes to manipulate things so we need some toys that are good for him to manipulate.

Wooden lock box toy like this: http://www.peapods.com/browse.cfm/4,667.htm

wooden freeform blocks like this:
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=cat3_gallery_16&listing_id=15031092

Nuts & Bolts board like this (bottom of pg 36):
http://www.michaelolaf.com/08JC13toys.pdf

Sew cloth diapers (I have the fabric & pattern - I need your serger & sewing skills with elastic)

Homemade magnet puzzles like this - I love the classic story pictures:
http://www.chicaschmica.com/2008/09/homemade-puzzle-magnets/

Soft magnet board or something baby friendly for him to stick magnets on


For the girls:

Artwork to put in a frame (can be scrapbooked/drawn/painted etc.) with their name, name meaning & scripture (ask me for the descriptions)

Wool Felt play food for their kitchen (I'm not looking for 100% wool felt, just a wool felt blend)

Hand puppets for 3 yr old.  Somethat look realistic like this:
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=cat3_gallery_5&listing_id=9739568

or some puppets like this - you have to click the name under the drawing to see the real pictures:
http://www.magiccabin.com/magiccabin/product.do?section_id=0&sc=1004&bc=1004&pgc=613&cmvalue=MCD|CROSSSELL|PRODUCT|707

Doorway puppet theater (like in the link below) but with these modifications 42-48 wide, 36 from floor to window, and tabs at the top so I can use a tension rod to mount it.
http://www.magiccabin.com/magiccabin/product.do?section_id=0&bc=1004&pgc=707&cmvalue=MCD

Indoor Hopscotch Mat:
http://www.wists.com/cjkj/d3caf7c2bf09c56dad8f2fec02de622c?offset=0

Knit or Crocheted headbands that grip for 5 yr old.  Her hair is so thin it falls out of anything we use to put it up.  Like the large cream one in this post:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=232665.0

Poppet - one with brown and turquoise hair

Supplies:
wool felt & floss for 8 yr old to craft with

shrinky dink DIY kit for 8 yr old
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