[Steppes] Scrap Yarn
Jennifer.Rhodes-walden at usa.xerox.com
Wed Mar 27 10:23:23 PST 2002
Does Master Eadweard also produce lace-making items? I have someone who is
interested in acquiring such a device.
Do you also want scrap fabric as well? I've got more than a bit I'd gladly
donate, left over from garb and other various projects.
From: morgancain at earthlink.net [mailto:morgancain at earthlink.net]
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 12:11 PM
To: steppes at ansteorra.org
Subject: RE: [Steppes] Scrap Yarn
>Don't forget Fiber Arts, April 11th at my house. Bring a craft
>and lets work. I would also like to discuss us working up some
>largess for Steppes Warlord. And in that vein, I'm tring to
>collect scrap yarns in verious lenghts, colors, and textures.
>Scraps need to be at least 12 inches in lenght though. I
>would be greatful for any donations. The scraps will be
>used for a youth craft and largess.
I have CARTONS of scraps. Well, if you want really scrap yarns, A carton;
the rest is skeins and balls I'd just as soon donate to a couple of
charities that will use them for various items (there is a limit to what I
can produce, especially with three little nieces and one on the way who are
getting the lion's share of my needlework).
Do you care if it is acrylic, cotton, wool, blends, anything? Any
I will be out of town and cannot attend Fiber Arts. But I can try to get
them to you some other way, maybe dropping them at the Business Meeting? I
can also ask at Knitting Guild if people have scraps, but may not get them
before our May meeting.
PS: The last time I priced lucets from Master Eadweard, he was about half
the cost that Katya mentioned, at least for the two-prong. He also has
mini-looms and stickweaving sets in various sizes.
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of you in the supermarket express lane." ----== M. Grundler
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