Tina Baine, Do It Yourself: Retro cra...

Tina Baine, Do It Yourself: Retro crafts: Go back to basics and...

There are 42 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Nov 21, 2009, titled Tina Baine, Do It Yourself: Retro crafts: Go back to basics and.... In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

Without a doubt, the most popular crafts in the U.S. are knitting, quilting and scrapbooking.

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William Beale

Jeffersonville, IN

#41 Jan 23, 2010
I did it myself, after losing my job last year. I started a Breakfast Club, its a spiritual based program and discussion group. Our main topic is (The Purpose of Mankind) just visit our web site and click on Getting Started, we also offer a club polo shirt. So that when you do sit down, to your PC you become apart of something. Just think how many users their are?? who aren't apart of something!!! searching for answers, or a job or losing their homes???? Maybe you can see why their was a need for this type of program. Just imagine for a second???? its 2010 what am I going to do!!!! Valentine's Day is coming??? well here's the answer, click this link http://members.tripod.com/william_94607/
click on our catalog page at the top, don't forget to sign our guestbook at the bottom of our introduction page. and become apart of something this year!!!!
donna calgary alberta

Calgary, Canada

#42 Apr 11, 2012
Carole Calgary Alberta wrote:
Thank goodness tatting is not a lost art. If it was, Samantha would not have been able to give me a refresher course. She was only 17. She also pointed me in the direction of the three internet tatting groups I joined. I have twice been to "tatting camps" in Spokane, classes galore, enough supplies to make you dizzy. There is the Palmetto Tatters in Calif. There is also the Maple Leaf Tatters in Toronto. The only supplies you "need", a needle or a shuttle, any kind or size of thread, or material you can use like thread,(even wire, hair) Free video lessons abound on the internet. One can buy the shuttles on the net, in Walmart, Michaels, even my favorite quilt shop sells them. Most good knit shops carry shuttles as well as pattern books. There are millions of free patterns on the net. I really recomend you have another look.
hi carole
where do i find tatting lessons in calgary alberta

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