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1  UNITED STATES / New Hampshire / A hands-on weekend of traditional arts with modern twists at CSV on: April 26, 2012 07:03:13 AM
June 2 and 3, a weekend of inspired hands-on learning in authentic Shaker surroundings - something for all levels. Explore your creativity in workshops including woodworking (with found wood) with Jon Brooks, songwriting and creative exploration with VINX, modern fabric surface design with Merill Comeau, Letterpress with Jim McNabb, as well as classes in timber hewing, quilting, felted wool sculpture, beekeeping, and more. Connect with kindred spirits at communal lunch and Saturday wine reception.  Find your inspiration at Saturday keynote address Dynamics of Tradition, by Edward S. Cooke Jr., and VINX in Concert Sunday!  WORKSHOP FEES VARY, so please call for details, 603-783-9077, x230. Or check out the event online: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/3145723945/es1?srnk=1

For non-workshop visitors, we offer a Tour, Shop and Dine option, including an 11:30 tour of Canterbury Shaker Village and 1:00 pm lunch for $36.50.

2  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Re: Little pouch on: February 06, 2007 11:14:42 AM
I'm a big fan of your work Cyn, and this is no exception.  Lovely, detailed work Smiley
3  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Re: My first mini-tote and purse! Pics ahoy on: February 06, 2007 11:12:49 AM
Very nice, tidy work Smiley
4  UNITED STATES / Rhode Island / Re: Fabric Stores in RI or nearby on: February 06, 2007 11:11:16 AM
Lorraines is the bomb Smiley
5  UNITED STATES / Rhode Island / Re: I need Clothing Rack on: February 06, 2007 11:10:15 AM
I got mine at either Bed Bath and Beyond, or Linens and Things.  They carry them regularly (whichever one I found it at) and don't let 'em tell you otherwise!  They are generally located near the hangers/laundry bags/ironing boards area.  They start at about $25 for a cheapy one, and $50-$60 for a good sturdy one that'll last you several years.  I got the more sturdy model and for me it was well worth it--I sell at outdoor markets, and you really need the sturdy one if you're going to do that.  Also, it folds up easily so I can just stick it in my car and go.
6  UNITED STATES / Rhode Island / Brand New Providence Open Market! on: February 06, 2007 11:06:28 AM
Hey all,

I just got word that there's a new Open Market starting up in Providence.  Here's the info I have so far:

    * Day of Market: Saturdays
    * Hours: 11am -5pm
    * Dates: May12th - October 27th
    * Location: 260 Westminster Street (Cross Street - Union Street)
    * Space Available: 85 - 10x10 per Saturday
    * Space Type: Parking Lot
    * Cost: $50.00 per Saturday (4 day minimum)
    * Vendor Type: Artists, Craft Artists, Designers, Specialty Food, Farmers
    * Applications: Online Application - www.providenceopenmarket.com

I usually sell at the Boston Open Market and it's been a really fun experience so I'm going to do Providence too this year...if anyone has any questions about the "outdoor selling" experience, send me a message, I'd love to pass along my craft-selling wisdom.  Or if you have any other questions about the markets, organizers, etc.  I'm not an organizer, but I've been a regular seller so I might be able to help you out.

Katy "muchacha K"
7  California / California: North / Re: NEW Crafting Group in the East Bay area? on: January 31, 2007 07:30:11 AM
Aw, I wish I could still meet up in the Bay Area, but alas, I live 3000 miles away now, in a cold land where it's nearly impossible to get people to leave their houses for anything other than a town fair.  Gah...
8  COOKING / Vegetarian / Vegan / Re: Anyone Vegan AND hypoglycemic? on: November 28, 2006 04:20:14 PM
That's funny ellenade Smiley

Back to the topic at hand...I have found the book Hypoglycemia for Dummies to be actually very helpful, if anyone is looking for reading and I think there's a section on veggie-ness.  I've got it sitting out on my coffee table right now because my dad has the same problem but refuses to manage his blood sugar which makes him really fun to deal with.  I'm hoping curiosity will get the better of him one of these days and compel him to read it! 
9  COOKING / Vegetarian / Vegan / Re: Anyone Vegan AND hypoglycemic? on: November 27, 2006 06:04:47 PM
I'm so glad to see some folks pop up with responses Smiley

I too am a big fan of low GI eating--it's pretty much revolutionized how I look at food.  It helps me when I am trying to make good food choices, and helps me ration out my naughty food (I have the most intense sugar cravings!  It's nice to know I don't have to totally ignore them.).  Low GI eating helps you to know which foods are going to have the most intense effect on your blood sugar, so that you can balance your meals out for the purpose of eliminating blood sugar swings.  For me, it works really great in conjunction with eating frequently--my boss jokes that I eat lunch all day.

I haven't made the transition back to meat-free unfortunately--honestly I'm a little freaked out about it, but I am willing to try.  I also am currently living with my parents, who pay the food bill--so I am aiming for transitioning back to veggie eating once I'm on my own again!

PS: I am lactose intolerant too, haha Smiley 
10  UNITED STATES / Massachusetts / Re: Craft Smackdown at South End Open Market on: August 18, 2006 03:45:10 PM
I'm very bag centric so I'm trying to think of something else this time...but I don't know what yet!

-K  Wink
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