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21  Ohio / Ohio: Central / Ladyfest Ohio on: March 14, 2004 11:00:39 AM
Just got this info from the grrls at Ladyfest Ohio:

Hi Jodi,
So glad to hear from you! In terms of crafty stuff, wehave a Zine and Craft Fair in the planning stages.
Our goal is to hold it on the last day of the
festival, and we're working on verifying the venue.

Tell ya what -- if you're interested, go ahead andfill out a submission form and send it to the VisualArt Committee (all downloadable from
http://www.ladyfestohio.org).  That way we'll have your contact info and an idea of what you do.  We'll keep you posted on the details, but we will definately be doing something to honor the craft-grrrls!

If you have any more q's, just let me know.
Holly Wilson
LFO Visual Art Committee
22  Ohio / Ohio: Central / Cols "Artsy" Festivals on: March 10, 2004 09:35:26 AM
Another place to sell your crafts!

(go to street fair section)

June 25, 26 & 27, 2004

Artists, Crafts-persons, Global Village and Contemporary Commercial Vendors:
After 31 years and 32 festivals, Comfest is still growing strong! Community Festival is a free,
three-day, outdoor, music and arts festival where local artists, crafts-persons, community
organizations, and political action groups can participate in the fun. Projected attendance in
is over 60,000 people.

Arts & Crafts: A $25 Application Fee and 10% of your GROSS sales, which will be collected each evening by the designated Booth Coordinator.

All applications must be RECEIVED no later than MAY 1, 2004.

Proof of a vendor's lic. is required.
23  UNITED STATES / Ohio / Re:Ohio Craft show? on: February 19, 2004 12:03:29 PM
Hey All,
Sorry it took me so long to reply to this.....sounds like a cool  idea...I've been away from the web and doing crafty stuff because of  
personal reasons, but things are going better now....
I do graphic design/PR so I can help out in that area....I'd love to also sell some of my wares.....let me know how things are going!

PS: This might be another event to sell your wares at in Cols....
getting more info...(or if you are not interested in selling stuff...anyone else going?)
24  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: Bottle Cap Bracelet! on: February 17, 2004 12:19:50 PM
I've used both e-6000 and super glue to glue the jump rings closed....
25  NEEDLEWORK / Sublime Stitching Embroidery / Re:Lost Art of Embroidery on: October 22, 2003 09:09:14 PM
This is the post I left in DIY sites.....


Should help out those of you who want to learn embroidery....

26  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Re:Huge Collection of Crochet Projects on: October 15, 2003 09:16:56 PM
Thanks comfits! I love all the vintage patterns that she has links to.....

27  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Re:Microbeadz Comic Magnet on: October 15, 2003 08:47:01 PM

The beads make it look as though you did all this painstaking work by hand to create the picture....fun idea!

Can you get the beads at a chain craft store like JoAnns or Hobby Lobby?
28  KNITTING / Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller / Re:Stitch 'N Bitch: Instructions, Patterns, and Advice for a New Generation of on: October 14, 2003 10:23:15 PM
I think the basics of knitting are easier to pick up than crochet, but knitting gives you less room to fudge things if you make a mistake.  It is useful to know both, though.

mary--how funny,---I think that crocheting is easier! Grin

I taught myself how to do both by picking us some books, but I just can't seem to do anything in knitting beyond scarves--and even then I constantly drop stiches! Plus, all those "weekend" projects you see--would take me about 3 - 4 months... or longer...

29  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / Re:de-uglify my fridge on: October 12, 2003 04:59:36 PM
The Sep/Oct issue of Budget Living magazine has a small blurb on page 94 about painting appliances.  They say to sand it w/medium grade paper, give it a coat of metal primer and then apply a coat of oil-based enamel paint....you could also try putting the search term "paint(ing) appliance(s)" on Google and see what it comes up with.

Good luck! :-)


30  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Embroidery Sites on: October 08, 2003 12:57:29 PM
NeedleCrafter is one of my favorite sites. She has comparisons on the best way to transfer patterns onto fabrics.  In her "Library" section, you can also find tons of free patterns including ones of pin-up girls and flappers.


Classic Stitches Magazine is a UK based publication. The website has a very large glossary of stiches, with instructions on how to do them. Sharon B., an Aussie, also has a good stitch dictionary.


(or go to www.classicstitches.com under "stitching zone" tab and "know how" topic.)


Need to learn to embroider? Jenny Hart of Sublime Stiching did a tutorial w/pics on the GetCrafty website.

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