Monthly Archives: November 2010

first sale

I made my first non-friend, non-family, non-pick-up-because-I-know-you sale on etsy! Yay!!! It is the second snowmobile clutch. The first was my first fair-sale last week, and looked like this. I made them both at a screen printing yudu party over … Continue reading

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generations of viewmaster

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first fair

yay! I did my first hall fair on Friday! I was so-o-o-o happy to share a table with my friend Cindy from bucklicious. Cindy and I go way back. Back to awkward high school parties, band trips, and first cars. … Continue reading

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about 100 percent wool felt

I have been working some fantastic felt, and wanted to collect more information about the qualities of wool felt in general. Wool felt has been used industrially for ages, and wool felt blends and synthetic felts such as recycled pop-bottle … Continue reading

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It looks like I have some catching up to do! A month and two days ago, I finally opened my etsy shop. It has been a whirlwind of figuring out the rules, meeting other Albertan sellers in the forum, discovering … Continue reading

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