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« Reply #960 on: March 18, 2011 01:11:21 PM »

I have an idea for those with heaps of yarn but short attention spans  Wink (yes Im still destashing, its just mostly been for swaps) here in NZ theres a clothing chain called Glassons who have called out to all knitters (Im hoping crocheters too) for scarves. What they will do, for every scarf you make (at about 1.5-1.8m in length) they will sell them in their stores for $25 and ALL the proceeds go to the Quake relief here for the Christchurch earthquake. So if you want to destash and get the warm fuzzies, whip up some scarves, you can send them to me if youd like and Ill drop them off, or I can get hold of their head offices PO address and you can send right there  Cheesy


oooh... I wonder how many scarves I can whip up........  how warm do scarves need to be in NZ?
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« Reply #961 on: March 18, 2011 01:24:38 PM »

I keep wishing I could be a good giver in the giver and needers swap, but my package would just be a big jumble of stuff.  From small segments of fabric (I don't think I have a piece that's bigger then 1 meter :*( ) I only have a couple untouched skeins of yarn,  unprocessed fleeces and small chunks of colored roving, a couple handfuls of beads......... I'll try for next time and see if anyone wants a jumbled "try out multiple crafts package....
I know I must be one of the people that gave them problems matching up. My sewing box to give is stuff like 'random small cross stitch kits, crochet thread, some floss, a couple of hoops, small bits of fabric for scrappy projects, a little fabric paint, a couple of craft books....' You get the idea. I had to add 'This is what I have to give if anyone wants a box filled by a magpie'. But I figured getting a box full of odd supplies is better than getting no supplies, and hopefully someone could make use of it.
Do try for next time. Heck, a 'try out multiple crafts' box sounds like fun!
Sigh....I haven't done any crafting besides making a nifty valentine card, and mending a couple of necklaces for my daughter. Hopefully after I've given stuff away and made room, I'll be inspired to make use of the rest.
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« Reply #962 on: March 18, 2011 01:34:11 PM »

I'm SO MAD I didn't get it together in time for the givers and needers swap. Phooey.
I just got back from the Dr and grocery shopping and I am just pooped. Oh man. Maybe a cup of tea will perk me up enough to get down into that mess and sort it out a bit more. Blah.
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« Reply #963 on: March 18, 2011 02:17:35 PM »

Bubblegum_Phoenix -consider my scarves SeNt!  I'll have some in the mail on Mon/Tuesday.  =]  What a great way to raise money!  =]  *could you pm you addy, pls?* tia
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« Reply #964 on: March 18, 2011 02:29:07 PM »

oooh... I wonder how many scarves I can whip up........  how warm do scarves need to be in NZ?
A heap of people are making them from acrylic, but really anything will work.

You guys are awesome. Thanyou
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« Reply #965 on: March 18, 2011 02:34:30 PM »

http://www.glassons.com/index.php/page/getknitting
heres the blurb on the scarves btw  Grin
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« Reply #966 on: March 18, 2011 06:51:56 PM »

aprettymess--you are going to have such a nice wardrobe!  You have made your skirts to suit your funky personality!  Love the ric-rac with the cheetah print--and hot pink! Yowza! You look great in it--it is a drawstring waist?
that is so rad of you to say alwaysinmyroom! thanks. some people dont understandme in this cookie-cutter town i live in but i like me the way i am hahah...
the skirt is actually a wrap skirt... am i allowed to post more pix of the same project so you can see the waist? (i dont wanna be a photo hog lol)

http://www.glassons.com/index.php/page/getknitting
heres the blurb on the scarves btw  Grin
i think everyone who donates to this is amazing and wish i could make magic with yarn... unfortunately that is not one of my talents  Cry but i cant wait to see the scarves everyone makes... theres nothing like the feeling you get from donating to a great cause
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« Reply #967 on: March 18, 2011 08:28:25 PM »

We love pics on craftsters!  As long as it is needed to show off details or different views or close ups, you can post a lot! Cheesy

I love wrap skirts!

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« Reply #968 on: March 19, 2011 09:01:34 AM »

really cute scarf, perfect for stash busting teensy scraps of fabric. I can see a Teesha Moore version of this. Then again, I can pretty much see a Teesha Moore version of anything Cheesy.
http://daisyjanie.typepad.com/daisyjanie/2011/03/how-to-boho-chic-scarf-free-pdf-pattern.html

Also, a how to fabric covered belt, great for scrap fabric. This would work with any thrift store or old beat up belt I think.
http://blog.caseybrowndesigns.com/2011/03/beltmaking-101/

This is just a gratuitous weird craft post because I love the weird stuff.
http://www.aldolanzini.eu/intro.html
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« Reply #969 on: March 19, 2011 01:21:44 PM »

really cute scarf, perfect for stash busting teensy scraps of fabric. I can see a Teesha Moore version of this. Then again, I can pretty much see a Teesha Moore version of anything Cheesy.
http://daisyjanie.typepad.com/daisyjanie/2011/03/how-to-boho-chic-scarf-free-pdf-pattern.html

I love that scarf, another item added to my list...haha

And a total destash item I made on Thursday
Wall Mail Organizer

I posted a tutorial here if anyone is interested: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=375869.msg4433686#new
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