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« on: July 14, 2006 12:00:23 PM »

Would there be interest in forming a Fort Collins Craft Mafia?  How-to and information can be read here.

Failing that, I'm contemplating going to CSU and trying to start a crafting club in their name, with meetings and possible craft fairs- I'm not sure, though, if CSU allows its clubs to work for individual profit (like a craft fair) or only for club profit (re: the many club bake sales that pop up around campus).  If not the latter, it'd still be great to have a group of crafters and crafty businesspeople to meet up with and share tips and resources and the like.  Unfortunately, to be an actual CSU club and have CSU backing would require the group consist only of CSU students.  Are there any fellow CSU crafters?

So, anyone interested?

« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2006 10:40:01 AM »

CSU doesn't allow clubs to work for individual profit, however there are ways that a club can work around that, although I'm not telling you that. PM me sometime if you'd like more details.
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