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1  CANADA / Alberta / Re: calgary, anyone? on: April 04, 2005 12:29:37 PM
Hello Everyone.
After a hectic month, I am so glad that we all made it through March alive.  Crafternoons are back on this Sunday following Extra Handsome's  mini, unavoidable hiatus.  This upcoming week, April 10th, 2005,  we will be creating HAND MADE SOFT TOY MONSTERS, compiled of scrap felt, fabric, stuffing and embroidery thread.  Once again...you need only bring your bad self...we will make sure there are an overabundance of materials. 
We will be alive and kicking at the Broken City at 1pm.  Come and check it out, it's really the most fun you can have on a Sunny Sunday. 

**special note:  April 17th's craft is the most awesome yet!! Bring out yer blank t-shirts cuz we're bustin' out the handmade silkscreen....
2  CANADA / Alberta / Re: calgary, anyone? on: March 24, 2005 02:53:05 PM
The Rock and Craft show is postponed still...let's not use the word Cancelled...and we are still trying to work out a plan...maybe this summer things will fly.  As it is, we are very busy with the Sunday Crafternoons happening every Sunday at the Broken City Pub.  I can't even begin to tell you how well the afternoons are going...we get new faces every week and the projects seem to get better and better.  The talent that the people attending bring with them blows me away every week!! Awesome Goodness!
 So anyways...the next hosted Sunday  will be April 3rd.  It is going to be a unique Crafternoon, entailing more art than craft, and involving gig posters,bar tabs,fame, and rock bands.  I will make a clear and concise post with details later this week. Please tune back in...this is a such a good one even I can't believe it.
You guys are Craft-A-Licious.  Can't wait to see your smiling faces.
Love B-Arker
3  CITY GUIDES FOR CRAFTSTERS / CANADA / Re: On-Line Vinyl stores? on: March 24, 2005 02:34:37 PM
If as in vinyl, you mean like, good ole records, then there are thousands!  But if you mean vinyl as in textiles, I am stumped.  Let me know which before I start mouthin' off some rekkid stores.
4  CANADA / Alberta / Re: Anyone from Calgary? on: March 07, 2005 07:52:25 AM
If you are looking for something young and fun you guys should come down to The Broken City for Sunday Crafternoons!  Please check out the Calgary...Anyone? thread...all the details are posted there. It's a hot awesome time ladies!
5  CANADA / Alberta / Re: calgary, anyone? on: January 20, 2005 11:24:22 AM
Sorry, I get so excited I forget important details like that....
Crafternoons start around 1pm- although it is best to come around 1:30ish, so everything is set up. 
Please bring anyone you know, it really is a fun afternoon and we love meeting other local crafty cats!
And can I mention again that it's free....! 
Valen-Swoon!!
6  CANADA / Alberta / Re: calgary, anyone? on: January 19, 2005 11:45:51 AM
Hello Ladies and Gents!  To update, crafternoons are still on every Sunday at Broken City.  They are unstructured/unthemed, just bring whatever  you wish to work on.  Great place for knitting, etc! 

The next themed date is February 6.  We will be constructing Valen-Shrines as sweet and creepy gifts for the one(s) you love.  Bring photos, toenail & hair clippiings and any other stalker-ish delights, as well as box or tin to place your shrine in.  We will supply everything else needed.
As well, February 13 we will be cutting and pasting our hearts out, constructing hand made Valentines to win over that winsome other. If you have something special you'd like to bring, feel free, otherwise the construction paper and doilies will be supplied!

Hope to see you all there friends!
7  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions / Re: Anyone know how to make the "album cover" purses? on: November 16, 2004 12:03:41 PM
Hi !  If you search the Craftster site you will find numerous links and how to's. As well, here is a direct link to Web Goddess's site with a great tutorial.


http://www.web-goddess.org/archive.php/postID/2416
8  CANADA / Alberta / Re: calgary, anyone? on: November 09, 2004 11:40:14 AM
Ladies and Gentlemen....
A wonderful thing is happening come December!  I know that we have not had time to get the Rock and Craft show off the ground (...and it's not because we haven't wanted to do it..things just keep coming up..!) but we are in cahoots with Broken City to begin hosting SUNDAY CRAFTERNOONS starting Sunday December 5th.  Everyone is welcome and we will be supplying all the goodies needed to complete a small crafty project just in time for the holiday gift giving season. I think they are also planning on having films play for those that don't wish to craft (like lazy but handsome  boyfriends, etc.). The address is 613-13 ave  SW (log on to www.brokencity.ca  if you haven't heard of this place yet...) And please feel free to bring your own thing to do..if you prefer knitting over modge podge...feel free.  The projects are going to be pretty simple things that we can complete in one afternoon, so don't feel like you can't do it.  WE WANT YOU...to join us.  Hope to see a few of you there.
Lelove lelove...le crafterific!
9  CITY GUIDES FOR CRAFTSTERS / CANADA / Re: Print Gocco on: September 23, 2004 06:49:37 AM
Hey Calla!
I am not sure where you live in Canada, but I am in Calgary and purchased mine at an art store called Swintons.  I know there is a store in Toronto that sells them called the Japanese Paper Place and I am pretty sure they offer mail order.  You could try Swinton's for mail order as well...I know they are alot cheaper here than in Toronto, so it might be a better bet.
Good luck with tracking one down...they truly are so fun, and incredibly easy to use!
10  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / Re: Iron Fusible Webbing (gush) on: June 28, 2004 11:41:19 AM
I am a huge fan of this stuff as well!  I bought some at a a half off sale and used it to make an entire set of gingham tab top curtains...with absoloutly no sewing.  It is fast and easy and turns out incredibly well. Three cheers!
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