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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby blackmageheart » Fri Mar 20, 2015 8:57 am

Aegidia, I received your parcel - thank you so much for donating all that cool stuff! :)
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby Aegidia » Fri Mar 20, 2015 11:06 am

Glad it arrived in good order! I hope you can make a few people happy with it, it will be a better use for those things than sitting around in a box in my flat. :)

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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby BooChocoBoom » Fri Apr 17, 2015 2:44 pm

Is Starrley still the one to whom we should send donations in the US?
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby blackmageheart » Sat Apr 18, 2015 9:39 am

BooChocoBoom wrote:Is Starrley still the one to whom we should send donations in the US?

I'm not sure at the minute, she seems to have dropped off the site. I'll get in touch with her and see if she's still ok to receive stuff. :)
RMDC wrote:...I've been stitching at an estimated rate of almost a full BMH per day...

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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby SunkistShiek » Fri Jul 10, 2015 10:00 pm

Did you get any word from starrley?
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby blackmageheart » Sat Jul 11, 2015 12:22 am

I did, and she said she's still happy to be the US branch of The Vault. She's sort of dropped off again but not difficult for me to contact, so sending her stuff should be fine :)
RMDC wrote:...I've been stitching at an estimated rate of almost a full BMH per day...

Batboard wrote:Your relationship between combustible engines and the 16 Olympics has to be the best ad campaign I've seen in years. Do you accept locks of hair or Paypal...

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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby icedragonj » Wed Jul 22, 2015 3:51 pm

I saw the banner is requesting more goodies? The daiso (100yen shop) here in Japan has a decent amount of crafting supplies, such as water erasable markers, packs of 8-12 mixed coloured floss, embroidery hoops, felt etc. As it is all sooo cheap I would be happy to get some if there is need. Would people have a problem with using non-branded floss?

Also I was wondering if any of the vault stuff has been used yet? Not trying to accuse anyone of hoarding and sitting on a big treasure chest of crafting goodies, but if it has been of help to people I would love to hear about it! :nod
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby blackmageheart » Thu Jul 23, 2015 12:49 pm

icedragonj wrote:I saw the banner is requesting more goodies? The daiso (100yen shop) here in Japan has a decent amount of crafting supplies, such as water erasable markers, packs of 8-12 mixed coloured floss, embroidery hoops, felt etc. As it is all sooo cheap I would be happy to get some if there is need. Would people have a problem with using non-branded floss?

That would be really nice of you, if you could. :)

icedragonj wrote:Also I was wondering if any of the vault stuff has been used yet? Not trying to accuse anyone of hoarding and sitting on a big treasure chest of crafting goodies, but if it has been of help to people I would love to hear about it!

Yes, some of it was used a while back, but with me having something of a relapse and starrley too, all our lists and stuff need updating. So there's kind of been some hoarding and plenty of sitting, but all with good reason. I have plans for many of the items, oh yes! Just need to get my head on right! :)
RMDC wrote:...I've been stitching at an estimated rate of almost a full BMH per day...

Batboard wrote:Your relationship between combustible engines and the 16 Olympics has to be the best ad campaign I've seen in years. Do you accept locks of hair or Paypal...

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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby icedragonj » Thu Oct 29, 2015 5:53 am

blackmageheart wrote:
icedragonj wrote:I saw the banner is requesting more goodies? The daiso (100yen shop) here in Japan has a decent amount of crafting supplies, such as water erasable markers, packs of 8-12 mixed coloured floss, embroidery hoops, felt etc. As it is all sooo cheap I would be happy to get some if there is need. Would people have a problem with using non-branded floss?

That would be really nice of you, if you could. :)


Man, it has been ages since I wrote that. Stupid life getting in the way. Now the swap is out of the way, I will try and get on this. Who is the best (cheapest) person to send stuff to from Japan?
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Re: Sprite Stitch Vault

Postby blackmageheart » Thu Oct 29, 2015 11:42 am

icedragonj wrote:Who is the best (cheapest) person to send stuff to from Japan?

I really don't know. I suspect it may be cheaper to send to the US from Japan, but I have no idea how jp post makes its merry way around the world (obviously, if it went pacific then US would be best, or so you'd think).
RMDC wrote:...I've been stitching at an estimated rate of almost a full BMH per day...

Batboard wrote:Your relationship between combustible engines and the 16 Olympics has to be the best ad campaign I've seen in years. Do you accept locks of hair or Paypal...

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