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11  Re: Shop the Swap 20 **Shops Only!!** in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Miss Violaceous on: November 02, 2008 05:26:06 AM
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I am located in the United States, and I have a really fluffy dog, and a cat who likes to jump on whatever I'm working on.

~ I am open to custom orders! PM me! ~



Handdyed Spinning Fiber!
I take custom orders! Available fibers:
Merino Wool
Faux Angora (nylon)
Firestar (sparkly nylon!)
Silk Noils
Two points for two ounces.

Love Study. 2 oz lofty merino roving in light and dark magenta and pink tones. Two points.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v472/Msviolaceous/Craft%20Projects/lovestudy.jpg



Hand-Dyed Yarn! Dyed by me with food coloring and possibly some kool-aid.
PM me for custom orders. 100-gram skeins of Patons Classic Merino dyed to order. 2 points per skein. Limited stock of KnitPicks Bare Merino Laceweight (2 points) and KnitPicks Bare Sock Yarn Dye Blank (3 points) for custom requests!

Angel. Base yarn is Reynold's Blizzard, 65% alpaca, 35% acrylic, 100 grams, 66 yards, super bulky. This is a fun, fluffy yarn! Yarndex describes it as "plied" but it's more like a chunky single. Soft blue with lilac highlights. Three points.




Handspun Yarn! Have an idea or a project in mind? PM me for custom commissions, with all of the same fiber options available as for custom-dyed roving (above), but possibly more if I can find it in my stash. New option: Navy and silver merino/silk. Three points for a ~50g/2oz skein.

Lime Soda. 47 yards worsted-to-bulky domestic wool yarn. This photo looks weird because it's color-adjusted, but the vibrant crayon-esque green color was getting lost in the wash-out. This isn't perfect, but think "cartoon grass green" or "green apple candy green". It has a little halo because it got slightly fulled in the process of setting all that green. Two points.


Brown Bag II. *mumblemumble* ounces of coopworth wool, 2ply, 53 yards of super-bulky. It's warm, chunky and fun! Three points.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v472/Msviolaceous/Craft%20Projects/brownbagtwo2.jpg

Georgia Peach Gone Twisted. 2oz, 7 yds of supercoil art yarn. Made from lapoli's "Georgia Peach Gone Batty" batt with wool and a bit of sparkle. What to do with such a ridiculously impractical yarn? You could use it to accent a felted piece such as Booze Bag (though if I were to knit it, I'd snip the holes afterwards rather than knitting eyelets in, since there is so much variation between coil yarns). You could also wear it as-is, to make Wooldancer's Collier. Or you could just add it to your stash to look pretty, because it will! Three points.





Knitting Service! I will knit a project for you out of yarn listed anywhere in my shop, just claim the yarn and the knitting separately! PM me beforehand. Negotiable points depending on size of project.




Knitting Kit. I will add needles required for a project and any tools I have from my stash of vintage/used knitting stuff, when you claim yarn from the Supplies section. If you like, I can also make up some cheat sheets with photos for techniques used in the pattern you are going to use. Subject to availability, PM first. One point.



Wine charms. Put them on wine glasses at gatherings so that people don't get their drinks mixed up! Set of six with glass and metal beads on memory wire. Choose from silvertone or goldetone. The photos are color accurate, except that on the silvertone set there are light pink beads that got washed out because the flash interacted badly with their iridescence. Try and imagine a pale pink that looks lovely next to the green! Even if you have no use for them personally, they are great to have on hand for "in case of emergency"  gifts, especially as a host/hostess gift alongside a bottle of wine. One point per set.


I can accomodate custom wine charm orders, but PM me first!



Rhumba bracelet/choker. Wooden beads on memory wire. The memory wire will conform to fit any size wrist (modeled on my tiny arm.) It can also be worn as a choker, though it's not exceptionally comfortable that way. .5 point. Newly Reduced!





Pirate Clip. Pirate head bead securely glued onto an alligator-style clip for the hair. I don't remember whether the bead is acrylic or ceramic, and it feels kind of halfway between the two. His earring is metal and swings freely! Claim this cutie before too long, because if I have to look at him in my shop for a while I may regret posting him and take him back for my own collection. b]One point.[/b]




Oddments Button Bobby Pins. I was going to make these mismatched bobby pins and have them claimed individually, but in the end I liked the pairs I was able to put together. Choose from royal purple, earth tones or zebra. These are vintage buttons glued securely onto the standard heavy bobby pin finding. They are thicker and stronger than the standard hide-in-your-hair type of bobby pin. One-half point per pair.




Ladybug Anklet. Sterling-plated chain, wire wrapping, and lobster clasp, with glass beads. Adjustable from 9 to 11 inches. Custom sizing (and conversion into a bracelet) available upon request. One point.




Jean Blue Button Bracelets in two sizes. Though they are each adjustable, one is sized and proportioned for a 5-6 inch wrist (modeled on my 5-inch wrist), and the other for a 7-8 inch wrist (modeled on my mineral water). The bracelets feature vintage buttons attached to a silver-plated chain with silver-plated wire wrapping and a silver springring clasp. The buttons may look black in some of the pictures, but the only colors involved are denim blue, cobalt blue, navy blue, and white. .25 point.


Small:




Supplies!

Louet Roving. 2 oz hank of beatiful navy merino shot through with silk threads that shine and look like silver against the wool. It's soooo beautiful in person that I must share it! I can also do custom handspun with this roving, and a skein of non-custom handspun will almost certainly show up soon. Picture yanked from Louet's website because my camera is on the fritz. Two points. (Two available.)


Brown Bag Roving. Big bag of 8 oz. 100% coopworth roving. It is good for practicing new techniques, but I've gotten all the practice I can stand out of it and I still have two bags full that came with my wheel! It drafts nicely and isn't overly coarse. The color will appeal to the boring men in this life. Three points per bag. (Two available.)


Gourmet Ribbons. These short lengths of ribbon are from the amazing desinger ribbon store Mokuba. If you ever get a chance to go in one of those stores, do it... it's like a crafter mecca. I was going to sew these into headbands, but it still hasn't happened and I don't know when my sewing machine is realistically going to come out of storage. Choose from brown chenille, swiss miss, marshmallow rope, and faux tatting. The brown chenille is shorter than the others at 19.5", while the rest are approximately 21". Also, this picture muted some of the gorgeous subtlety of tone-on-tone color in faux tatting. It's really my favorite of the bunch, and I held back a similar one in green for myself. Smiley .5 point each.


Araucania Quellon Yarn. A brilliantly soft viscose rayon and cotton chenille yarn. 161 yards per big 100 gram skein. Colorway #2, with varigated peach tones. The second photo is pretty true to color, but I left the first photo up so you can see the subtle varigations in the yarn. I have two extra skeins, but note that they have already been wound into balls. Also, this yarn has no dye lots. The two skeins I have should be pretty close to each other, but alternate balls to minimize striping if you want to use both on one project (no need to break the yarn, just carry it at the edge.) I made the ruffled collar from No Sheep For You from one skein with plenty left over. One skein would be enough for an ascot, two for a scarf. See also: add-ons Knitting Service and Knitting Kit, above section. Two points per skein, or three for both. Newly Reduced!





Thanks for visiting!

Wishlist: Hairpin lace loom, stenciled shirts (Dr. Who, custom ideas), Pretty Puff Slouchy Hat (crocheted pattern found on Craftster), Maiden's Glory crocheted headdress, other interesting crocheted stuff.

Starting points: 5

Current points:1
Pending points: 0
Total points: 1

November Claims:

Miss Violaceous to mullerslanefarm - Brown Bag Roving - 3 points.
AsphaltQueen to Miss Violaceous - Drops Alpaca Yarn (white) - 1 point.
lapoli to Miss Violaceous - Baby Cake #1 - 1 point.
lapoli to Miss Violaceous - Baby Cake #4 - 1 point.
lapoli to Miss Violaceous - Baby Cake #5 - 1 point.
Miss Violaceous to KatyMai - Love Study - 2 points.
lapoli to Miss Violaceous - Baby Cake #7 - 1 point.
lapoli to Miss Violaceous - Baby Cake #8 - 1 point.
Miss Violaceous to lapoli - Brown Bag II - 3 points.
loudxmouse to Miss Violaceous - vino fleur de lis necklace - 1 point.
lapoli to Miss Violaceous - morocco - 2 points.
lapoli to Miss Violaceous - attitude adjustment - 3 points.
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12  Re: I Want What I Can't Craft Swap (Round 2) Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Miss Violaceous on: October 28, 2008 03:09:21 PM
Gird your loins, ladies, because Ecstatic spoiled me ridiculously!

The package as a whole, EXCEPT FOR two skirts that have already been worked into my closet (action pics of those two below):



Four of the skirts in a row: (My favorite!) cotton gauze hippie skirt, elastic-waist hippie-ish prarie-ish skirt (LOVE the fabric), tailored paisely skirt, and hot pink tropical twirly circle skirt!



A fantastic padded laptop sleeve that just happens to match perfectly with my awesome (but un-padded) laptop-sized khaki messenger bag. I adore the fabrics.



Assorted things: a book she enjoyed, a really nifty "coffee paper" blank notebook from Costa Rica, homemade strawberry jam (!!!), and some international/ethnic jewelry (southwesternly earrings, asian enamel bangles, and celtic-ish knot silver pendant), "because skirts need accessories."



Sewn extras: Set of reusable sandwich wraps with matching napkins in cute apple fabric, a drawstring bag that held the jewelry (such pretty fabric there), and a fantastic scarf/sash made out of fabric that I admired but that she didn't have much of (so delighted with it!)



Edible Louisiana extras: Jambalaya mix with instructions for vegan-izing helpfully added in with marker, two kinds of hot sauce, and coffee with chicory. We both are vegan and love spicy food.



I like nice skirts to wear to work, and she did a great job... I've worn two of them already! Drawstring A-line:



Back-tied wrap skirt with a fall leaves pattern that everyone loves:



So, did she spoil me enough? But wait! Did you notice that the background for these shots happens to coordinate a little too well with the items?

That's because she went and made me a quilt, I mean seriously an actual quilt out of the fabric scraps from all of the sewn items! I mean, holy crap!!!
Ecstatic, I SO OWE YOU MORE YARN! We can swap anytime, girl.
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13  Re: I Want What I Can't Craft Swap (Round 2) Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Miss Violaceous on: October 18, 2008 09:10:35 PM
I'm so glad you liked the package! Here's how the punjab chole mix cooks up (call it a "teaser"):



We're both veg* so I thought I'd send my favorite meatless dinner mix. Smiley
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14  Re: Shop the Swap 19 Discussion Thread in New Swap Theme Ideas by Miss Violaceous on: October 04, 2008 01:23:06 PM
I'm back! Here's the haul:



Going clockwise from the thing that isn't fiber: Andean Ply Paddle (takes the place of your hand in andean plying), Merino/Seacell roving, Mohair roving, domestic wool roving (I think?), two kinds of alpaca roving.

Only the merino/seacell has any chance of making it into my shop as yarn, though. :-D
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15  Re: Shop the Swap 17 **gallery** in The Swap Gallery by Miss Violaceous on: August 13, 2008 04:35:34 PM
I received my raincoat from ptarmic wumpus today! I wanted to post in the gallery so you guys could see what a good job she did altering it for me (much, much shorter with much, much shorter arms):



(Splashing in the imaginary puddle.)
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16  Re: Fibre Friday - 27th June 2008 in Spinning: Completed Projects by Miss Violaceous on: June 27, 2008 04:19:08 PM
Those who saw my yarn from last week - here's the shawl I knit up:


And I also spun up this supercoil yarn. The fiber is a wool and angelina batt by lapoli, called "Georgia Peach Gone Batty." The yarn is called "Georgia Peach Gone Twisted." I got the batt in Shop the Swap, spun it up and put it right back in my shop! But it was fun to make.
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17  Handspun Art Yarn Wrap in Spinning: Completed Projects by Miss Violaceous on: June 24, 2008 07:20:36 PM
This project grew from an art yarn kit I received from laminathegreat in the Handspun Art Yarn Swap 2. She sent me some gorgeous blended batts consisting of tencel, ecospun, and various other things. For components, she sent scraps of satin, ribbon yarn, grey thread, beads, fluffy trim, and a single artificial rose.

Here are the components all together:


The batts were labeled "memories/That Dress." There wasn't a ton of explanation as to where the bits came from, so I just used my imagination. The scraps of satin (mostly white with a light blue flowered print) seemed to be torn from a dress, while the beads when strung on the grey cotton thread made a good metaphor for memories. I decided that the yarn would be too busy if I combined it all into one (I'd never done an art yarn before... what can I say? couldn't quite get over myself) so I spun up all of the batts into singles, then plied some of it with the grey thread and beads until I ran out. The rest I plied with cotton crochet thread I had in my stash, occasionally taking bits of trim or satin or ribbon yarn and twisting and twirling them in. I also tied the ribbon yarn into bows here and there. I put in the occasional coil/rosette, and the bits of trim wound up resembling doves.

The yarn:


When I set out to knit it up, I started with stockinette on huge needes (actually I started with garter, hated the look, raveled it, and started over). I knit it plain for a while before experimenting with textured stitches, and wound up with the following pattern: two rows reverse stockinette, three rows stockinette, four rows knotted openwork lace, three rows stockinette, two rows reverse stockinette, eight rows stockinette, repeat etc. I am completely delighted with how this articulated the yarn. I also made every effort to keep design elements on the right side of the fabric, and unwound the ends of the satin strips if they were too bound up in the yarn. Whee!

I had originally started with a provisional cast on, because I didn't know if I'd do a beaded trim on both ends of the stole or just one. As it turned out, I bound off the terminal end when my yarn ended, and went back to the provisinal cast on to add trim on one side only. I joined the beaded yarn and knit a simple yo/p2tog lace for six rows (offset, knitting back so the reverse side shows), then switched to yo p1 for a few rows to make ruffles. Then I did one more row of the yo/p2tog pattern (because, let's face it, I couldn't fit any more stitches on my needles) and was out of yarn, so I bound off. Serendipitous ruffle! I did the beaded lace with the reverse showing because the beads were always winding up on that side and I wanted it to sparkle.

Then I glued the rose to a pinback. Finito!


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18  Re: Fibre Friday - 20th June 2008 in Spinning: Completed Projects by Miss Violaceous on: June 20, 2008 04:46:12 PM
I spun my first art yarn this week! It was made from a kit I received in the Handspun Art Yarn Swap. It's halfway through being knit into a wrap by now. And it's really a coordinating pair of yarns... I thought the beads would be too busy with the other elements, so I made one main yarn and one trim yarn with the sparkly beads.

The kit:


The yarn:
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19  Re: Shop the Swap 15 **shops only** in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Miss Violaceous on: June 01, 2008 03:00:17 PM
~ Msviolaceous' Den of Iniquity ~

I am located in the United States, and I have a really fluffy dog, and a cat who likes to jump on whatever I'm working on.

~ I am open to custom orders! PM me! ~



Handdyed Spinning Fiber!
I take custom orders! Available fibers:
Domestic Wool
Merino Wool
Faux Cashmere (nylon)
Faux Angora (nylon)
Firestar (sparkly nylon!)
Soysilk
Two points for two ounces.

Shocking Pink. 100% soysilk, two ounces. A vibrant "unnatural strawberry" color with lavender streaks. I feel like this picture is slightly washed out, but the fiber will lighten a bit as it is drafted and spun, so if you like this color you should definitely claim it! The fiber will be shipped still compressed from dyeing, but with fluffing and drafting it will puff up again. Two points.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v472/Msviolaceous/Craft%20Projects/shockingpink.jpg



"The Little Calorimetry That Could." This is a handspun Calorimetry made out of 100% wool yarn. It was a chunky yarn, so the gauge is bigger, with a funky chunky texture. The buttons you see are bigger than a quarter! It fastens with two buttons (a modification that I believe pixiefarts came up with, see here The picture shows your choice of buttons, but the purple and blue ones are kind of washed out by the flash (strangely, the colors in the calorimetry are pretty true). The buttons are all some kind of vintage, and I know the brass one on the left is decidedly old. I'll send whichever buttons you choose loose and you can stitch them in place to custom-fit your head, or I can sew them on for you if you're completely hopeless with a needle and thread. It's called "The Little Calorimetry That Could" because it gave me so much trouble. I carded the wool by hand to spin it! The staple is a bit short, so be aware that there's some risk of pilling. Three points.




Hand-Dyed Yarn! Dyed by me with food coloring and possibly some kool-aid.
None right now, but PM me for custom orders. 100-gram skeins of Patons Classic Merino dyed to order. 2 points per skein.



Handspun Yarn! Have an idea or a project in mind? PM me for custom commissions, with all of the same fiber options available as for custom-dyed roving (above), but possibly more if I can find it in my stash. Three points for a ~50g/2oz skein.

Blackberry Coulis. 100% silk mini-skein, 30 yds., approximately DK weight? It was a real pain in the rear, but I think it's gorgeous now. Two points.


Georgia Peach Gone Twisted. 2oz, 7 yds of supercoil art yarn. Made from lapoli's "Georgia Peach Gone Batty" batt with wool and a bit of sparkle. What to do with such a ridiculously impractical yarn? You could use it to accent a felted piece such as Booze Bag (though if I were to knit it, I'd snip the holes afterwards rather than knitting eyelets in, since there is so much variation between coil yarns). You could also wear it as-is, to make Wooldancer's Collier. Or you could just add it to your stash to look pretty, because it will! Three points.


Vanderbilt. A mini skein from a mini batt created by wooldancer. I don't know exactly what's in it, but it's a vegan batt. It is 15 yards, DK to sport weight (although reference the quarter for scale and take your own guess). It's a pretty dense, drapey yarn. It would make a fabulous contrast stripe in something! .5 point.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v472/Msviolaceous/Craft%20Projects/vanderbilt.jpg



Oddments Button Bobby Pins. I was going to make these mismatched bobby pins and have them claimed individually, but in the end I liked the pairs I was able to put together. Choose from royal purple, earth tones or zebra. These are vintage buttons glued securely onto the standard heavy bobby pin finding. They are thicker and stronger than the standard hide-in-your-hair type of bobby pin. One-half point per pair.




Magic Hat Pins. The funkiest treasures from my bead stash on super-long stick pins - 8 inches long by default. However, I can make them as short as you like. The 8-inch pins will have a nailhead at the end, but if I shorten them I will make an eyelet stopper. See Tomato Teal as an example. .25 point each. Newly reduced!


From left to right: Stargate, Blue Swoopy, Starky, Tomato Teal, Icing, Verdant, Sceptre, Fade, and Bloopy. PM me for better pics of any of them.





Ladybug Anklet. Sterling-plated chain, wire wrapping, and lobster clasp, with glass beads. Adjustable from 9 to 11 inches. Custom sizing (and conversion into a bracelet) available upon request. One point.




Jean Blue Button Bracelets in two sizes. Though they are each adjustable, one is sized and proportioned for a 5-6 inch wrist (modeled on my 5-inch wrist), and the other for a 7-8 inch wrist (modeled on my mineral water). The bracelets feature vintage buttons attached to a silver-plated chain with silver-plated wire wrapping and a silver springring clasp. The buttons may look black in some of the pictures, but the only colors involved are denim blue, cobalt blue, navy blue, and white. .25 point. Newly reduced!


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Supplies!

1960's mail-order sewing patterns. Great condition, probably never used. The names are just some I assigned randomly based on how the model looked, so I could tell them apart. .5 point each.


"Headless Hannah" - 38-30-40


"Claudette" - 40-31-42

Vintage Knitting Pattern Books. I inherited a litle old lady's stash, and these gently loved pattern books were among them. I won't be sad if nobody claims them, because when I went to photograph the contents I kinda got wistful! Choose from baby book or basics book. The baby book dates from the early 90's, and the basics book dates from the early 80's. I captured all of the contents of the baby book in this slideshow but only got a sampling of the basics book. Baby also has a couple of crochet patterns. The basics book is neat because for each sweater pattern (various styles for men, women and children) it has directions and gauge in three different kinds of yarn (maybe fingering, sport and DK?). If you have a stash yarn you're trying to match up with a pattern, this will make it much more likely that you'll find a good gauge match. There are some accessories thrown in there, too. One point per book.



Elann.com Den-M-Nit Yarn. 100% unmercerized cotton, worsted weight, 20st/4in. with size 6 needles. This cotton yarn is made to behave like cotton jeans. It will shrink lengthwise if you dry it in the dryer, and the color will wear away on the surface like faded jeans. It's a design feature, not a flaw! Read this page for more information on the yarn.  Although this photo is a little dark, the yarn is the same deep indigo used in the model on the elann page. One point for a skein and a half.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v472/Msviolaceous/Craft%20Projects/Den-M-Nit.jpg

Gourmet Ribbons. These short lengths of ribbon are from the amazing desinger ribbon store Mokuba. If you ever get a chance to go in one of those stores, do it... it's like a crafter mecca. I was going to sew these into headbands, but it still hasn't happened and I don't know when my sewing machine is realistically going to come out of storage. Choose from brown chenille, swiss miss, marshmallow rope, and faux tatting. The brown chenille is shorter than the others at 19.5", while the rest are approximately 21". Also, this picture muted some of the gorgeous subtlety of tone-on-tone color in faux tatting. It's really my favorite of the bunch, and I held back a similar one in green for myself. Smiley .5 point each.


Araucania Quellon Yarn. A brilliantly soft viscose rayon and cotton chenille yarn. 161 yards per big 100 gram skein. Colorway #2, with varigated peach tones. The second photo is pretty true to color, but I left the first photo up so you can see the subtle varigations in the yarn. I have two extra skeins, but note that they have already been wound into balls. Also, this yarn has no dye lots. The two skeins I have should be pretty close to each other, but alternate balls to minimize striping if you want to use both on one project (no need to break the yarn, just carry it at the edge.) I made the ruffled collar from No Sheep For You from one skein with plenty left over. One skein would be enough for an ascot, two for a scarf. Two points per skein.





Thanks for visiting!

COMING SOMEDAY: Copper Cascade earring line, more handspun yarn, more handdyed yarn, designer ribbon headbands, and wine charms.

Wishlist: Tiny realistic polymer clay avocado charms, stenciled shirts, Pretty Puff Slouchy Hat (crocheted pattern found on Craftster), other interesting crocheted stuff.

Starting points: 6

Current points: 1
Pending points: 4
Total points: 5

June Claims:

nosusanfx to Miss Violceous - bamboo tile bookmarks (red and green) - 1 point.
Miss Violaceous to girlwithsixarms - vanderbilt - .5 point.
Miss Violaceous to girlwithsixarms - 2 magic hatpins (blue swoopy, verdant) - .5 point.
catpants to Miss Violaceous - Silk Cap for spinning - 1 point.
lapoli to Miss Violaceous - Underwater Treasure - 2 points.
alteredmommy to Miss Violaceous - Business Card Case (blue swirls) - 1 point.
lapoli to Miss Violaceous - "Georgia Peach Gone Batty" - 2 points.
Miss Violaceous to Sansa - Elann.com Den-M-Nit Yarn - 1 point.
Miss Violaceous to catpants - handdyed spinning fiber (custom) - 2 points.
Miss Violaceous to penguino - Shocking Pink roving - 2 points.
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20  Re: Handspun Art Yarn Swap Round 2 Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by Miss Violaceous on: April 17, 2008 03:11:52 PM
I got a great kit from laminathegreat! I wish you could see how truly shiny and silky these batts are, but my photography skills are not that good.



The kit includes 6x1oz VEGAN batts entitled "Memories: That Dress," made up of ecospun, soysilk, tencel, and various other things. I unrolled one for the photograph. All in soft blues and whites. Then there's mix-ins, consisting of a bunch of satiny fabric strips, white tape-style yarn, thin grey cotton, fluffy white trim, and a bunch of shimmery glass beads. There's also a faux white rose to match. I might break it up and use the petals, or I might make it into a broach for the finished item.

There was also some vegan chocolate, but I was eating it before it occured to me to photograph it. :-D It's the kind by Terra Nostra that's milk-chocolate-style, but with soymilk. Quite a find!

I really love my kit, and I can't wait to start working on it. Smiley Thanks so much laminathegreat!
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