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« Reply #100 on: March 14, 2012 06:57:02 PM »

Awesome goodies kayrun!  The apple cozy is neat...and that pie soap looks yummy Wink


I don't know what to make with this noro taiyo stuff.  I have a bad habit of hoarding noro and just admiring it.  lol

I'm also guilty of hoarding and keeping pretty yarns as pets in my craftroom  Embarrassed
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« Reply #101 on: March 14, 2012 07:04:22 PM »

tervis tumbler! yay!!!!

Yeah, I didn't know how awesome these were until my daughter got one for Christmas last year so I was super excited to see one with the SC flag on it because it fit so perfectly with the "local" category! Smiley
my bff lives in sarasata, FL, right by the factory so I got matching "Bride" and "Groom" tervis tumblers for my wedding! hahah.
They have been really big in FL for a long time and just started popping up everywhere, even here in seattle.
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« Reply #102 on: March 14, 2012 07:28:56 PM »

I want to make one of those mobius cowls, but not sure if one skein will be enough. 
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« Reply #103 on: March 14, 2012 08:26:36 PM »

scrap that idea.  I tried mobius knitting.  NOPENOPENOPE.
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« Reply #104 on: March 21, 2012 01:15:58 PM »

I hereby declare myself the worst swap partner in this swap! I have been soooooooooo bad at getting pictures up - and my partner has been soooo patient! First I was ill with chest infection, then i was ill with personal issues then I was running late on a different swap and had to spend all my time on that - this explanation isn't to gain sympathy but to say that my tardiness IN NO WAY reflects what I feel about the parcel - as i trully love it all! I have photos now - but am ashamed to say i'm struggling to remember what is from what catergory - if I get them wrong then please forgive me winter83!!!! It all came in a big box, and was really nicely wrapped with little notes on each parcel - but I was so impatient to see what I had I ripped it all open and then thought oooops i should have taken photo's - oops!

Anyhow - without further ado, photo time!

Something local: a MYB! Woooooo I've always wanted one of these - so that made my day immediately! Unravelling it was sooo much fun, and it was lovely yarn too!



unravelled showing everything that came in it



there's no Lindts left now - they were yummmmmmmmmmmm!

Something round - felted stacking bowls! This was winter83's first time at felting and she did such an awesome job!






love the colour combo too!

Something green - an awesome needle roll!




something relating to the letter 'T' -not 1, not 2 but 3 different sized tote bags! these will be soooo useful!





Something funny (i had two packages marked as something green - but as this is blue am assuming it's the something funny!)





it's a hammock for my pet rat!!! Of course - it doesnt seem funny to me Tongue but I can totally see why it would to other people!

Something hard



I told winter83 i'd always wanted to try knitting a sweater - but have never had the patience - and that my two pet dogs are my world, so she sent me a book full of patterns for doggy sweaters - thinking that if i started with a 'small' sweater i might be less scared!!!! i have to say this made me laugh loads - but i love it, I love and collect unusual knitting pattern books!

senders choice - a hand died wool organiser! i can put it on the back of my door and put the wool in the pockets - soooooooooooooo needed!



and folded up to show you what an awesome dying job she did




so much of this parcel was purple - I LOVE her for that - as I am absolutely purple mad!!!!

Then as if that wasn't enough - there were lots of extra's too!

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aren't those chicks cute - they''re marshmallow!



i don''t know if they're common in America but I've never seen them before and they made me go awwwwww!

Two moleskin notebooks



Winter83 didnt know but my partner and I are getting married next year - and I plan to use one of these as my wedding planner - I've only ever seen the plain coloured (brown) moleskins in the UK so having purple ones is ace!

And an awesome litle heart tin with beautiful stitch markers




thank you so much winter83 for such a wonderful package and for being so patient with me - I sooooooooooo enjoyed swapping with you!

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« Reply #105 on: March 21, 2012 06:19:44 PM »

Nice package!  I am amused that you have never seen peeps.  They are one of the quintessential Easter treats in the U.S.  I'm not a fan, but my sister loves them!  Cheesy
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« Reply #106 on: March 21, 2012 09:05:37 PM »

The easter candy is flowing like crazy in my house. I plan to make the hub an easter basket with basically just pounds of cadbury creme eggs.
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« Reply #107 on: March 22, 2012 02:40:23 AM »

Aww no they don't have them in England! Am slightly torn about them as they look delicious but also look far too cute to eat!
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« Reply #108 on: March 22, 2012 05:07:32 AM »

Aww no they don't have them in England! Am slightly torn about them as they look delicious but also look far too cute to eat!

My best advice to you is to eat one -- that's what candy is for.  If you find out, like me, that you don't like them, you'll have them around until they get hard as nails -- this is when they begin to tempt me, actually!  Cheesy 

Because you didn't know about Peeps, it makes me curious about what commonplace candies/treats you have that we would find novel!
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« Reply #109 on: March 22, 2012 08:05:20 AM »

Aww no they don't have them in England! Am slightly torn about them as they look delicious but also look far too cute to eat!

Ha, we don't eat them, the kids do but yeah to me they're mostly for cuteness. They now come in all shapes and colors but it used to be just yellow chicks I think. Look for Youtube videos to see what happens when you put them in the microwave! Cheesy

The easter candy is flowing like crazy in my house. I plan to make the hub an easter basket with basically just pounds of cadbury creme eggs.

Oh my gosh, that would be the best easter basket ever!
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