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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby shanoa » Sun Dec 01, 2013 9:11 am

I inherited a stash of cross stitch kits from a fellow crafter at work and I know I'll never complete even a small percentage of them, I'll have to go through and pull some to send out for The Vault! I'd hate to see them just sit and never get done when they could go to someone who'll do them.
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby Firehawke » Tue Jan 07, 2014 6:19 am

This sounds great!
I do have a question...I can send in stuff from my yarn stash and yarn projects (I tend to go crazy when I make scarves), right?
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby kuja.girl » Tue Jan 07, 2014 12:49 pm

I am inheriting supplies from a friend who's mother passed away. What I don't keep I intend to share! Once I have an inventory I'll post more.
This will also motivate me to clean out my other supplies...
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby blackmageheart » Tue Jan 07, 2014 3:10 pm

Firehawke wrote:This sounds great!
I do have a question...I can send in stuff from my yarn stash and yarn projects (I tend to go crazy when I make scarves), right?

Sure, as long as it's usable it's welcome!

kuja.girl wrote:I am inheriting supplies from a friend who's mother passed away. What I don't keep I intend to share! Once I have an inventory I'll post more.
This will also motivate me to clean out my other supplies...

That would be awesome, thank you!
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby rogueprincess20 » Mon Feb 17, 2014 9:37 pm

Bah I had forgotten about this! I will look through my stash and try to find some things to send in, shouldn't be too hard I hoard craft items. Might take a few weeks till I can mail it though. In Fact I can't sleep so I might go look through it now.
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby sfxbecks » Mon Apr 07, 2014 2:00 am

I know I promised a Christmas parcel, but things have been manic...Ive just sorted out my craft box and I have a fair few skeins going spare which I shall send to the vault after Easter! :) Im sure someone would make use of them, cos Ive had them a while and inherited a few more that I just havent used yet!

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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby Batboard » Sun Jun 08, 2014 4:35 pm

So i got this lap stand for scroll frames, but don't use it anymore since I got a little better floor stand. Not a good one, but it works....kinda....oh well. anyways, think I can send it to someone for a prize or gift or something. Its just kinda sitting under my table. It doesn't come with a frame, just the legs you screw into the side of the frame and it sits besides your legs on your chair. But It does speed up the stitching buy using both hands.

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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby Lois » Tue Sep 09, 2014 12:29 am

So it doesn't matter how big or tiny a project is to send it? I got some little cross stitch projects here that I could send. They aren't framed though...
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby blackmageheart » Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:23 am

Lois wrote:So it doesn't matter how big or tiny a project is to send it? I got some little cross stitch projects here that I could send. They aren't framed though...

Whatever you want to donate would be lovely and much appreciated!
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby sfxbecks » Wed Jan 21, 2015 11:05 am

Is this still going? I know I keep promising to post stuff and as Im moving its more an insentive to actually do this now!! I have had a bag of stuff ready to send in for about 4 months now! :/

If so....get ready for a parcel Blackmageheart! :wiz

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