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Topic: Ongoing Offer What You Have Swap - August 2013 CLOSED  (Read 3601 times)
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« Reply #10 on: August 22, 2013 03:41:55 AM »

I will claim the lady in the hat pouch, pictures 1 & 2, your fabric scraps and the purple wrist pin cushion!

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Choose any items in any combination!!!! (except custom sewing -- limit one custom item in combination with any other items in any amount!)

Custom sewing:

Choose a pair of placemats, a large tote, coiled rope coaster set, a pair of zippered pouches, a needle or hook roll, an oven mitt, etc.  PM me for fabric and item choices.  Here are examples of things I could make:



Constructed from sturdy home decor weight fabric, this wallet has an accordion pocket to accomodate your change, phone, receipts, etc.  There are six credit card slots with a secure bill pocket behind them. This wallet will stand up to wear and has a nice firm structure.

Cotton Towels

3 cotton towels will ship together if you choose these - one is equipped with a tie for hanging on the stove

Purse pattern

Owl Pincushion pattern

Teacup shaped tea wallets

Black, white, and red wallet claimed.  Blue wallet claimed.

Leather coin purse

Cotton/microfiber yarn

Handspun neck warmer 
Knitted from my own handspun wool! The fiber came from MLF in STS!  Just right for keeping the wind off your neck and ears -- it's a tad scratchy, but will be just the ticket over a turtleneck!  Stand the collar up for added wind protection!

Wristwatch pincushion -


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Pile o'paper mailers

I'll stitch up a pile of mailers from paper grocery bags in a variety of sizes!

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