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« Reply #20 on: October 28, 2005 12:25:52 PM »

LOL, me too I'm across the street from the park! Have you ever been in that 3 Sisters Craft Store by there? It looks like more crafted stuff than craft suppliesfrom the window, I've never ventured in though. You ever talk to anyone at Parks and Rec about giving a class? I have so many freaking classes and workshops scheduled they take up almost a whole page in the brochure Tongue. I think I'm meeting Allison tonight in St. Louis to go Stitch and Bitch, proabably will hang again in a couple weeks too and yur welcome to join Smiley
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« Reply #21 on: October 29, 2005 12:52:17 PM »

I called and left a message, but never got called back.

I actually found the Beaded Fiber Patch by accident. I was trying to find another yarn/wool place I found online, but it didn't exist and I figured I'd just drive down that street because it seems like the kind of place that would have a craft store. I found that 3 Sisters store and went in, and it's a cute little shop. They have a lot of already-made things...but I wasn't in there long. I talked to the lady about what I was looking for and she directed me to the Beaded Fiber Patch.

It's worth checking out at least. You might be able to sell some swag there Smiley
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« Reply #22 on: November 02, 2005 07:29:23 AM »

Oh what a bunch of Foooeeey, I'll bring it up next time I talk to Andy. I got another gal at work started knitting too now, we keep runing over to Hobby Lobby on our breaks to take advantage of the sales. Needles and stuff are half off this week again. The Yarn Bee yarns are pretty fun too.
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« Reply #23 on: November 02, 2005 06:05:09 PM »

I had half off everything all week at Michaels last week. Oh, dear...I spent so much money!

I still haven't heard back from anyone....I really would like to teach a knitting or spinning class (or both).
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« Reply #24 on: November 03, 2005 06:15:37 AM »

lol, me too...knitting ain't the cheapest hobby I guess Wink. Don't worry, they just came out with the fall/winter brochure and they won't be doing another one till after Xmas, so there's still plenty of time. Did I PM you Andy's e-mail? That is how I correspond with them normally, he usually gets back to me pretty quick, I could e-mail him your e-mail address if ya want too. Umm, geez I am on a Day-quil high and I'm not sure I am making any sense this morning Tongue
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« Reply #25 on: November 10, 2005 10:07:37 AM »

He finally called me yesterday...right when I was in a hurry and getting ready for work. I'm swinging by today to pick up some papers to fill out!
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« Reply #26 on: November 11, 2005 07:29:49 AM »

Awesome! Me and my friend Alicia went to The Ground Floor coffee shop in Belleville last night and were sitting around knitting and met a couple other knitters who want to start a Stitch and Bitch. There is also going to be a fashion show and a small craft show up there in December. The owner said she was only charging like $10 to be in the craft show. The only problem with bringing the knitting project up there is that now the wool yarn and scarf I was working on totally smell of smoke, which, is sort of inevitable because I am a light smoker and the scarf is for me so oh well Tongue
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« Reply #27 on: November 11, 2005 02:32:28 PM »

Hey! It was nice to meet you, today.

Of course, you came in at the exact busiest I have EVER been. EVER. I was supposed to actually be off fifteen minutes BEFORE I saw you..haha. I'm sorry I wasn't very chatty. Normally I'd have had tons to say. jkslejf;sdlkfjgdfklhdfgjsa;/lfdkf stresssss!

Oh, dear. I'm still stressed from all of that. I wish I had a different job, in a smaller, quieter store.

I'm psyched about the classes you helped me get, though! I'm in debt to you Smiley I'd also be totally up for forming a Stitch N Bitch. I know they have a STL chapter, and they're located on Yahoo! Groups...but they all meet in Missouri. I want to find a coffee shop that doesn't have too much smoke and has couches Smiley St. Louis bread Co has couches...but I don't know how open they'd be to a group of knitters...hehe

When I went to a yarn shop in Missouri, the lady told me about Cafe Dolce in O'Fallon. It's down past OFTHS quite a bit, and it's on the left. I've never gone in..but apparently the owner of the coffee shop knits! That'd be a neat place!

If you want to just e-mail me, or if you have AIM, or if you want my phone number: let me know! I'm off a lot the next couple of weeks. (Thank heaven.)
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« Reply #28 on: November 13, 2005 06:44:11 AM »

Hi there! Yeah I was on a crafty shopping mission that day looking for cool paper and stuff to use to make Xmas cards and also doing some decoupage gifts. EVERYWHERE I went was busy, you looked stressed and I didn't want to bother you! That is so funny you brought up Cafe Dolce, I do infact know the place pretty well, Alicia worked there for a stint, also have talked to the owner about doing a mural but she wanted to pay peanuts for it was the problem. I was doing macrame one day at Bread Company and you would not believe the looks I was getting it was hilarious. Have you been to The Coffee House across from the movie theater in O'Fallon? That is a real cozy little place with couches. The only thing is I think they have weird hours, close early during the week I believe. I'm going back to Ground Floor tonight to some movie they are showing(I'll be toting my smoky scarf to work on though). Will see if I can stake out any places around there that might be less smoky too. I'm PMing you my digits and such!
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« Reply #29 on: November 13, 2005 12:40:18 PM »

I was going to check out the STL Stitch N Bitch today, but I've yet to check the hours of the meeting and all that, plus I think I need a lazy day at home.

I pretty much quit my job at Michaels'....it's that bad. I would never recommend working there to anyone. SO unprofessional and pushy.

I didn't know there was a coffee house by the theater. I know there is one called Cafe Avantti or something like that across from Applebee's and Target and all of that in O'Fallon/Shiloh.
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