Welcome Swappers

This is a Swap Blog where anything goes...We welcome crocheters, knitters, stitchers, all crafters. We will swap books, yarn, pen pal letters, post cards, or anything we desire! So come on in and grab that cup of tea or java and sit a spell and sign up, you'll regret it if you don't!!! It's fun! It's simple! And it's Swap madness!!!!!!!!!!!

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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Welcome 2 New Swappers

Let's Welcome our 2 newest swappers:

KALYSA F. and Tulsi E.

A little about Kalysa: "She is a author, a thread bear artist, a master crochet artist, a beginner knitter, and I can do just about all crafts. She also enjoys beading. She has written several of her own crochet patterns and hopes to do more in the future." Visit her at:

A little about Tulsi: "She likes to crochet mostly with thread. She is not much of a doily user, but those and tablecloths are her favorites, although she does pull them out alot, and if she gives them away, then those ones are perfect. She makes afghan's, booties, etc with yarn. She also sews, tole paints, scrapbooks, blogs, arranges flowers, leaves, whatever the season. She does photograph and frame them for her house. She is an avid reader. She wishes she could knit. Her son is currently at Army Basic Training/ AIT and will be home the middle of Nov. He will have been away 18 weeks. He has had this goal for at least 10 years firm. He said it's the right thing to do for him. And then off to the University. Both he and her husband are National Guardsmen. Her husband of 27 years that is." You can visit with her at: http://www.thefamilyawaits.blogspot.com/

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