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« Reply #10 on: November 30, 2008 12:27:38 PM »

gabsmadblonde, there's a group of us that meet at B&N on the Vestal Parkway every Tuesday night for knitting/crochet/spinning, etc. around 7 pm. As far as other crafts go, I'd be willing to meet up sometime/place that's convenient for you. I saw some girls doing beadwork at Panera on the parkway a couple weeks ago, too. So there's lots of places to go, and even more if you're willing to go someplace else than the Parkway.

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« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2008 12:45:29 PM »

That's so awesome! I'll have to find out more about this beading group. Hmm. As far as crochet/etc. goes, I don't know too much about crocheting, but I've had this awesome idea for a Pink Floyd hat for my boyfriend in my head forever, and I know it shouldn't be too hard to do, I just need someone to show me how. Maybe I'll pop in and see if anyone can give me a hand? I don't have too much money to throw around, but I can repay you for your time in bracelets and shiny things! Tongue

As far as other groups go, I'm willing to go anywhere! I was thinking about maybe starting some sort of crafting club on campus (whoo alliteration!), but I guess that'd have to wait until next semester anyway. Hm.

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« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2008 04:08:10 PM »

Don't worry about repayment... we help each other out for free all the time! We have several expert knitters/crocheters at hand that would be more than happy to assist. Shiny things rock.

As far as the crafting club, do it! You'll probably find that there are way more crafty people around you than you previously thought... I know that at my college, the number of people that showed up for our benefit stitch-a-thon was more than I had expected.

« Reply #13 on: January 19, 2009 07:06:47 PM »

Crafting in Binghamton.  I am up for it.  I am new to this site, but old to Binghamton (technically I live in JC).  I also go to BU (non-traditional student) and take care of my kids and hubby and the household and volunteer and I wish I had more time and money to craft.  Currently, I am quilting, but trying my hand at art quilts.  I can crochet and knit (very badly and only know the basics and I am left-handed).  There is a yarn shop for knitters down and across from General Hospital and there is a yarn place in Endwell/Endicott that I have yet to visit.  I have done rubberstamping, watercolor painting, beading, etc  I am all over the place and my work room looks like it.  If you like to meet on campus this Spring (09) to trade ideas or whatever, let me know.  ~Beth
« Reply #14 on: October 10, 2009 03:02:03 PM »

 I live the Endwell area and I like to crochet the most , but I was trying to learn to knit but is this a long time for me to lean this. So I go back to crochet and cross stitch and now I will be getting back into sewing as well. I work for ARC in Binghamton and I was talking to my boss and asked her that if we could get our people that we take care of make some craft for a craft fair so the public can see what our people can do. Out of 9 so to be 10 core room I had 6 core room to help make craft. I figure that some of the staff and consumer (people that we take care of) can make the different craft items and sell them. Now I have some of the staff said that to work on a Saturday for craft fair that they can't did it. It will take away their time from their family. SO we found an other place to have it. The Maine Endwell high school is having their craft fair on Nov. 8 th and we will be there with some of our people to help sell the craft there.   
i would like to get into a craft club but I work from 8am till 4:30 sometimes 5pm.  At work we have allot of staff that is very good with their hand in making craft and it doesn't have to be crochet. I do all kinds of crochet and everyone said that it great that I can do it. But I have not sell any yet. Right now at work we are making greeting cards to sell at the craft fair, we are also making pin cushion that is made out of tea cups and coffee mugs and the list goes on and on. 
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