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Old 03-18-2007, 09:44 AM   #29
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I found this website that has a great solution to the clutter of wires, multiple monitors, papers, peripherals, cables, transformers, memory card readers, routers, additional hard drives, modems and on and on. Check it out.
If I showed a photograph of my desk to the person who did that website, they'd likely collapse and die.
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Old 03-18-2007, 09:42 PM   #30
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here goes!!!!
but if I clean up I can never find things
this way I know were everything is
& I'm NOT showing the(craft) other side of the room
sewing machine,spinning wheel,craft books ,dressers full of wool,
box of 5 lbs of Llama fiber ,material, pillow cases of raw wool
finished projects ,1/2 finished projects


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We should have a 1/2 finished project exchange.

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Old 03-19-2007, 08:11 AM   #31
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here goes!!!!
but if I clean up I can never find things
this way I know were everything is
& I'm NOT showing the(craft) other side of the room
sewing machine,spinning wheel,craft books ,dressers full of wool,
box of 5 lbs of Llama fiber ,material, pillow cases of raw wool
finished projects ,1/2 finished projects


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We should have a 1/2 finished project exchange.

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Oh I have !!!!!
I swap projects all the time
doing aprons right now!!!!
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Old 03-19-2007, 04:41 PM   #32
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OK..what do you want to swap? How do you want to work this?

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Old 03-19-2007, 10:13 PM   #33
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OK..what do you want to swap? How do you want to work this?

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I can knit you just about anything or I can spin you some wool so you can knit your own
I knit & felt bags, knit socks,hats
I sew aprons ,little girls jumpers(dresses)
I knit braclets with beads & sometimes knit with wire & add beads
What do you have to swap?
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Old 03-19-2007, 11:06 PM   #34
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I also have unfinished projects but I think the knitted ones may be gone to the moths.

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Old 03-21-2007, 10:17 PM   #35
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I can knit you just about anything or I can spin you some wool so you can knit your own
I knit & felt bags, knit socks,hats
I sew aprons ,little girls jumpers(dresses)
I knit braclets with beads & sometimes knit with wire & add beads
What do you have to swap?
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I'm like a magpie. If it's shiny.....I'm hopeless. I have loads of scrap-booking stuff, calligraphy stuff and glass seed beads. I do a lot of collage, but not much call for that kind of exchange, although I think it would be fun to do an art project with a few people. Your knitted bracelets with beads sound intruiguing. Want to exchange for a necklace? I have loads of half-finished sewing projects. A mini scrap quilt...well, all the scraps, anyway. Name some colors you like.

Art project: I'd start a bunch (naturally) all the same, send them along to someone who will add their gee-gaws, do-dads and talent, and then they'll pass it along....3 projects, 3 people, and so on. What do you think? Anyone want in?


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Old 03-22-2007, 07:04 AM   #36
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I'm like a magpie. If it's shiny.....I'm hopeless. I have loads of scrap-booking stuff, calligraphy stuff and glass seed beads. I do a lot of collage, but not much call for that kind of exchange, although I think it would be fun to do an art project with a few people. Your knitted bracelets with beads sound intruiguing. [b]Want to exchange for a necklace? I have loads of half-finished sewing projects. A mini scrap quilt...well, all the scraps, anyway. Name some colors you like.

Art project: I'd start a bunch (naturally) all the same, send them along to someone who will add their gee-gaws, do-dads and talent, and then they'll pass it along....3 projects, 3 people, and so on. What do you think? Anyone want in?
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I would love to be one of the three to add mt gee-gaws
mini scrap quilt -- 2 colors --well we are expecting another baby -in Oct- this will be grandbaby #5 --are you swapping the scraps or will you be putting them together?
---[b]want to exchange for a necklace? -sorry - are you offering or asking for?
now your turn pick 2 colors!!!
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I love where this thread went but I don't anything on my desk to trade. I don't have the nerve to start this myself but would anyone care to start a topic about (show us your shop). That could get realy ugly.
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I would love to be one of the three to add mt gee-gaws
mini scrap quilt -- 2 colors --well we are expecting another baby -in Oct- this will be grandbaby #5 --are you swapping the scraps or will you be putting them together?
---want to exchange for a necklace? -sorry - are you offering or asking for?
now your turn pick 2 colors!!!
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I'll add you to the list of gee-gaw gatherers then, Ann! We have to find at least one more person....any takers?
I'll check my scrap drawer in a few weeks (I'm not ripping it open until things slow down at work), and I may just send something along if you want it. It's vintage fabric scraps (well...they weren't vintage when I started but i think they qualify now) and they're not put together (hence the "unfinished" part of the project).
Necklace: Offering. I will provide - tell me what colors you'd like it in.

Colors I like: Well, for decorating a house - any colors, but especially gold and olive green, or bright red. For wearing - I mostly do basic black with an accent color - I'm short on orange accessories and red's always a winner - so is blue. Black accessories go with everything.

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I love where this thread went but I don't anything on my desk to trade. I don't have the nerve to start this myself but would anyone care to start a topic about (show us your shop). That could get realy ugly.
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Now THAT's funny! I want to see! I want to see!

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