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371  Re: Christmas Inchies can haz gallurie!! in The Swap Gallery by Acadian Driftwood on: December 22, 2010 01:22:46 PM
I made a garland with the inchies I received - it's the perfect size for our little tree!

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372  Re: Christmas Inchies can haz gallurie!! in The Swap Gallery by Acadian Driftwood on: December 21, 2010 03:20:17 PM
I received from nllchihuaha - thank you, they're cute - my favorite is the kitty! Smiley

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373  Re: Ongoing Offer What You Have Swap - Dec 2010 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Acadian Driftwood on: December 14, 2010 11:02:54 AM
I'll claim SarineLewis for the watercolor set!

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Claims (Outstanding) I am Allowed: 2
And counting this claim I am:
Claim #2 / 1 not sent yet / 1 in transit / 0 received
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I live in Vermont, USA in a smoke-free house with many cats.

I'll start off with a sale, and look around for more things to add if I'm not claimed soon.

Pick 1: And pick one from the "pick 2" section or two from the "pick 3" section!



Vintage yarn collection, 5 skeins of yarn from my grandmother's stash. Red Tivolaine, 70% brushed Texas mohair, 15% virgin wool, 15% nylon; Black “Frostlon Petite” Spinnerin, 67% mohair, 33% orlon acrylic; Cream “Kitten” Reynolds, 84% acrylic, 16% wool; Tan with no tag but looks and feels the same as the Kitten; White “Frostlon Petite” Spinnerin, 67% mohair, 33% orlon acrylic. I don't know how much there is in each skein, but they all look pretty full.



Jar of whimsies, 5 inches tall and packed with little bits, bobs, and goodies. Outside of the USA will be sent in a baggie so as to avoid the risk of breaking glass.



The Flirty Work Skirt. This was an experiment for me, but I'm never going to wear it. Made from size 8 LA Blues shorts (feel more like size 7 to me).

Pick 2: And pick three from the "pick 2" section!



Teal ovarian cancer awareness ribbon fabric, fat quarter of quilting cotton. I'll include the Break the Silence bracelet, too.



The Golden Family Craft Treasury, 1975 book with more than 150 craft projects and activities.



Junk jeweler's dream, baggie filled with vintage jewelry, findings, mismatched earrings, chains, beads, broken pendants, and more for you to upcycle.



Maple leaf dotee, made by me for the dotee swap before I discovered a new technique and made a different set.



Custom tea wallet (not the one in the picture). I'll work with you on the colors, but I can only work from my stash so no guarantees I will have exactly what you want. You may claim two wallets at once if you'd like that to be your whole claim.



Posies pillow case

Pick 3: Double your claim, and pick an additional 3 Smiley



10 commandments fabric panels, written in fancy script with washable fabric markers. Two panels with 5 commandments each, measuring about 10x14 inches.



One machine embroidered dove patch, measures 4.5x5 inches. Two available.



Iron-on patches for jeans. Two and a half large size (5x7”), and 10 small size (2x3”), one small bit taken out of a little white patch.



Big ceramic iris bead, 2 inches.



Vintage sewing supplies (lot of 3 items), from my grandmother's stash. Includes set of 7 dress weights, 7 drapery hooks, and leather souvenir needlebook.



Vintage pink and white beads, 4 strands each 16 inches long, plastic.



Blue Tinkerbell fabric, fat quarter with a little square taken out of the corner, cotton.



Sticker lot, 10 sheets of various sizes and themes, missing a few stickers here and there.



Stamp lot, 20 canceled stamps from non-English speaking countries, except one from Australia.

Click on the image to enlarge:



Vintage Knits for Men knitting pattern book by Coats & Clark, book no. 134 from 1962.

Vintage See How They Grow pattern book by American Thread, knitting and crochet sweater patterns for sizes 2-14, star book no. 216 (unknown year).

Vintage Sweaters pattern book by American Thread, knitting and crochet sweater patterns for sizes 10-52, star book no. 176 (unknown year).

Kids magazine from Martha Stewart, special birthday issue.

Kids Parties magazine from Better Homes and Gardens.

Embellished Embroidery booklet by Pauline Brown, came with a kit but I don't have the materials anymore. Includes many techniques and patterns.
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374  Re: Christmas Inchies can haz gallurie!! in The Swap Gallery by Acadian Driftwood on: December 12, 2010 09:00:04 PM
Thanks for posting, glad you enjoy them! Here are a few close-ups I took before sending:





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375  Re: Ongoing Offer What You Have Swap - Dec 2010 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Acadian Driftwood on: December 08, 2010 08:30:34 PM
I claim Smeddley's wooden picture frames (and the mushrooms and bears since she's being nice to me Smiley)

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Claims (Outstanding) I am Allowed: 2
And counting this claim I am:
Claim #1 / 1 not sent yet / 0 in transit / 0 received
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I live in Vermont, USA in a smoke-free house with many cats.

Pick 1: Now, add in one "pick 3" item as well!



Vintage yarn collection, 5 skeins of yarn from my grandmother's stash. Red Tivolaine, 70% brushed Texas mohair, 15% virgin wool, 15% nylon; Black “Frostlon Petite” Spinnerin, 67% mohair, 33% orlon acrylic; Cream “Kitten” Reynolds, 84% acrylic, 16% wool; Tan with no tag but looks and feels the same as the Kitten; White “Frostlon Petite” Spinnerin, 67% mohair, 33% orlon acrylic. I don't know how much there is in each skein, but they all look pretty full.



Jar of whimsies, 5 inches tall and packed with little bits, bobs, and goodies. Outside of the USA will be sent in a baggie so as to avoid the risk of breaking glass.



The Flirty Work Skirt. This was an experiment for me, but I'm never going to wear it. Made from size 8 LA Blues shorts (feel more like size 7 to me).

Pick 2: Now, add in one "pick 3" item as well!



Teal ovarian cancer awareness ribbon fabric, fat quarter of quilting cotton. I'll include the Break the Silence bracelet, too.



Hot peppers fabric, 1 yard, cotton from Fabric Traditions.



The Golden Family Craft Treasury, 1975 book with more than 150 craft projects and activities.



Junk jeweler's dream, baggie filled with vintage jewelry, findings, mismatched earrings, chains, beads, broken pendants, and more for you to upcycle.



Maple leaf dotee, made by me for the dotee swap before I discovered a new technique and made a different set.



Custom tea wallet (not the one in the picture). I'll work with you on the colors, but I can only work from my stash so no guarantees I will have exactly what you want. You may claim two wallets at once if you'd like that to be your whole claim.



Posies pillow case

Pick 3: Now pick an extra from this section as well!



10 commandments fabric panels, written in fancy script with washable fabric markers. Two panels with 5 commandments each, measuring about 10x14 inches.



One machine embroidered dove patch, measures 4.5x5 inches. Two available.



Iron-on patches for jeans. Two and a half large size (5x7”), and 10 small size (2x3”), one small bit taken out of a little white patch.



Big ceramic iris bead, 2 inches.



Vintage sewing supplies (lot of 3 items), from my grandmother's stash. Includes set of 7 dress weights, 7 drapery hooks, and leather souvenir needlebook.



Vintage pink and white beads, 4 strands each 16 inches long, plastic.



Blue Tinkerbell fabric, fat quarter with a little square taken out of the corner, cotton.



Sticker lot, 10 sheets of various sizes and themes, missing a few stickers here and there.



Stamp lot, 20 canceled stamps from non-English speaking countries, except one from Australia.

Click on the image to enlarge:



Vintage Little Extras pattern book by Spinnerin, patterns for knitting and crochet, volume 198 from 1965.

Vintage Knits for Men knitting pattern book by Coats & Clark, book no. 134 from 1962.

Vintage See How They Grow pattern book by American Thread, knitting and crochet sweater patterns for sizes 2-14, star book no. 216 (unknown year).

Vintage Sweaters pattern book by American Thread, knitting and crochet sweater patterns for sizes 10-52, star book no. 176 (unknown year).

Kids magazine from Martha Stewart, special birthday issue.

Kids Parties magazine from Better Homes and Gardens.

Simply Scarves & Belts crochet designs by Anne Halliday.

Embellished Embroidery booklet by Pauline Brown, came with a kit but I don't have the materials anymore. Includes many techniques and patterns.
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376  Re: pick me up swap gallery in The Swap Gallery by Acadian Driftwood on: December 03, 2010 04:41:02 PM
Here are my things from SnapsAndDrangons - first up some very cute octopus and killer whale amis!



A pretty and soft scoodie:



Which I've worn all day today!



And a wonderful bag, with an embroidered octopus:



Very spacious inside, with pockets <3 (I noticed that there's a big hole in the lining where the bag was turned, but don't worry I can sew that up!)



And just to show you how big it is:



It's my new overnight bag! Thanks again, Snaps! I love the stuff.
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377  A swap to restore sanity and/or fear in New Swap Theme Ideas by Acadian Driftwood on: December 02, 2010 04:28:07 PM


I dearly wish I had gone to the rally, and looking through all the pictures of people's signs online makes me say "Oh I need that on a shirt" every few minutes. This swap would encompass any political views, and the Daily Show & Colbert Report fandoms as well. I'm thinking threat level wall hangings, clever t-shirts, Jon Stewart dolls, homemade "donkey food" granola, a "tea party" tea set... any interest?
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378  Re: Personal/Private Swap Gallery, 2010 in The Swap Gallery by Acadian Driftwood on: November 30, 2010 09:06:03 PM
leslieyam and I did a great personal inchie swap - 4 artist's choice, and 4 Doctor Who themed.





Seriously cool! The dalek is 3D, and she sent an extra! <3 Thanks again, Leslie!
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379  Re: Ongoing Offer What You Have Swap - Nov. 2010 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Acadian Driftwood on: November 19, 2010 06:01:12 AM
I'm claiming gavagai for ceramic pendant 3, quilting cotton scraps bluish/teal, and the wirework experiments. I can't resist a sale!

----------------------------------------------
Claims (Outstanding) I am Allowed: 2
And counting this claim I am:
Claim #4 / 1 not sent yet / 1 in transit / 2 received
----------------------------------------------

I live in Vermont, USA in a smoke-free house with many cats.

Pick 1:



Vintage yarn collection, 5 skeins of yarn from my grandmother's stash. Red Tivolaine, 70% brushed Texas mohair, 15% virgin wool, 15% nylon; Black “Frostlon Petite” Spinnerin, 67% mohair, 33% orlon acrylic; Cream “Kitten” Reynolds, 84% acrylic, 16% wool; Tan with no tag but looks and feels the same as the Kitten; White “Frostlon Petite” Spinnerin, 67% mohair, 33% orlon acrylic. I don't know how much there is in each skein, but they all look pretty full.



Jar of whimsies, 5 inches tall and packed with little bits, bobs, and goodies. Outside of the USA will be sent in a baggie so as to avoid the risk of breaking glass.



The Flirty Work Skirt. This was an experiment for me, but I'm never going to wear it. Made from size 8 LA Blues shorts (feel more like size 7 to me).

Pick 2:



Hot peppers fabric, 1 yard, cotton from Fabric Traditions.



The Golden Family Craft Treasury, 1975 book with more than 150 craft projects and activities.



Junk jeweler's dream, baggie filled with vintage jewelry, findings, mismatched earrings, chains, beads, broken pendants, and more for you to upcycle.



Maple leaf dotee, made by me for the dotee swap before I discovered a new technique and made a different set.



Gold cranes tea wallet, or custom tea wallet. The cranes one has a minor imperfection – the pockets are misaligned ¼ inch, but it still works fine and doesn't look that bad, I just can't sell it. I can only work from my stash so no guarantees I will have exactly what you want. You may claim two wallets at once if you'd like that to be your whole claim.



Posies pillow case

Pick 3:



10 commandments fabric panels, written in fancy script with washable fabric markers. Two panels with 5 commandments each, measuring about 10x14 inches.



One machine embroidered dove patch, measures 4.5x5 inches. Two available.



Iron-on patches for jeans. Two and a half large size (5x7”), and 10 small size (2x3”), one small bit taken out of a little white patch.



Big ceramic iris bead, 2 inches.



Crochet hook, size I-9, from Susan Bates, aluminum.

Knitting needles, size 6, 10 inches long, from Boye, aluminum.



Vintage sewing supplies (lot of 3 items), from my grandmother's stash. Includes set of 7 dress weights, 7 drapery hooks, and leather souvenir needlebook.



Vintage pink and white beads, 4 strands each 16 inches long, plastic.



Blue Tinkerbell fabric, fat quarter with a little square taken out of the corner, cotton.



Sticker lot, 10 sheets of various sizes and themes, missing a few stickers here and there.



Stamp lot, 20 canceled stamps from non-English speaking countries, except one from Australia.

Click on the image to enlarge:



Vintage Little Extras pattern book by Spinnerin, patterns for knitting and crochet, volume 198 from 1965.

Vintage Knits for Men knitting pattern book by Coats & Clark, book no. 134 from 1962.

Vintage See How They Grow pattern book by American Thread, knitting and crochet sweater patterns for sizes 2-14, star book no. 216 (unknown year).

Vintage Sweaters pattern book by American Thread, knitting and crochet sweater patterns for sizes 10-52, star book no. 176 (unknown year).

Kids magazine from Martha Stewart, special birthday issue.

Kids Parties magazine from Better Homes and Gardens.

Simply Scarves & Belts crochet designs by Anne Halliday.

Embellished Embroidery booklet by Pauline Brown, came with a kit but I don't have the materials anymore. Includes many techniques and patterns.
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380  Re: Personal/Private Swap Gallery, 2010 in The Swap Gallery by Acadian Driftwood on: November 18, 2010 11:50:41 AM
That squirrel is pretty darn cute!

Dawl and I had a personal swap, and she sent me these beautifully soft bats and needle felting needles!



I made her a few coiled fabric bowls in return.



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