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Topic: Cowl Swap Gallery!  (Read 10405 times)
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« Reply #70 on: January 18, 2009 04:02:35 AM »

okay so I'm really sorry about the delay, i just couldn't find the photos, LoL!
Than here are some of the things I sent Mindy:
soo.. here is the package just before it took of to it's long journey!

I sent a maremaid necklace made out of polymer clay:

and some more polymer clay goodies:

I also sent her some goodies from the Old City of Jerusalem:
these beads, and two kind of scarfs:

I don't have a picture of the cowl itself but it was knitted out of kind of dark blue thick yarn,
and also I sent some Yum israely chocolates Grin

This swap was soo much fun!!
and everybody made some amazing works!!

Noa Cheesy

I <3 Swaps!!
Would love to do personal one's Cheesy
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« Reply #71 on: January 25, 2009 01:02:10 PM »

I don't think my partner and I ever posted pics of what we sent and received, so here they are Smiley

The lovely cowl I received from ThatsWhatSheSaid! Pardon the MySpacey pics Tongue Cheesy It's so cool because it crisscrosses itself! I love the shade of orange too -- so '60s/'70s! It matches some vintage dishware I purchased perfectly Grin

She also sent some cotton yarn in two of my most favorite colors! As well as two cute pairs of earrings Smiley

Thanks so much, ThatsWhatSheSaid!!! Kiss Kiss Kiss

And here's what I sent her Smiley She was wanting a brown cowl to match a new brown jacket she had recently purchased. I used three different kinds of brown yarn (mostly acrylic with a little wool blend) and one baby blue yarn (soy). I also sent her three rings and one I forgot to assemble, silly me.


« Reply #72 on: January 25, 2009 01:20:58 PM »

Those are both really beautiful.  I also love the rings and earrings.

« Reply #73 on: January 25, 2009 07:34:51 PM »

So the swap is coming to a close! I just need to give feedback to one more person and ship my package. It is done, do not fear Kasie!

I just wanted to say thanks! You guys have been very fantastic and patient, even when I had all my personal drama pop up and I was unbelieveably slow to catch up on things. No flakers either!

I understand if you can't post pictures, but if you can, please do! I know personally I just like looking at the goodies and I am sure there are others out there too who are like that.

You guys crafted some spectactular packages! Good job!


« Reply #74 on: January 25, 2009 07:59:41 PM »

So I received from Jvp2790 a long time ago, and I am soo pleased with my package. I only have one picture because the others didn't transfer and I deleted them off my camera (I try to save memory). I would take another pic but half of my stuff is in boxes since I'm in the middle of moving.

She sent me the cowl
recycled caprisun bag - Love it! it's the perfect size for knitting projects and very durable. My needles often poke through my purse >-O
yummy watermelon lip gloss
A yard of ropes with blue foam moons and pink foam butterflies - I plan on incorporating them into some handspun yarn!

I love it! It's not over the top, which I am so not in my fashion sense. Plus it's super long so I can manipulate it anyway I like. This is the pic where I wrapped it up 3 times to be snug and warm. It's like 80 degrees here now but we keep having random cold fronts O-<  This will definitely come in handy if my family and I do move to Maryland.

Thanks so very much for a great package Jvp2790!
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« Reply #75 on: February 04, 2009 11:56:21 PM »

Hey guys! I am soooo very sorry Kasie and Whisp3rd that i havent posted anything yet! My grandma has been in the hospital, and i have been there and with her for almost the past month!

But here are my pics!!

Kasie, thank you SO SO SO SO SO much for my package! I havent been able to physically see it yet, but i was sent pics! Its incredible! thanks again!

« Reply #76 on: February 05, 2009 12:21:31 AM »

OMG! Whisp3rd, I just made something like that a few weeks ago! I called it "Intestines" until someone said it looked like sailor ropes. Don't you love how you can manipulate it?! It's like a cowl, but kinda like a scarf, but not. Oh yeah, mine's 7.5 yards long and I used 3 yarn at the same time.
« Reply #77 on: February 05, 2009 10:48:28 AM »

yup! I love the versatility of it!

I saw what you are talking about. Pretty crazy but in a good way Cheesy

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