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Looking for experienced Metal Clay artist for repair work [May. 20th, 2009|10:36 am]
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georgette_b
I had a pendant (free form dogtag) made for my mother by an artist on etsy.  That person is no longer selling on etsy and I can't find another way to contact her.  Anyway the back of the pendant has worn away and I need it repaired.  I'm hoping to find a local PDX artist who can repair it.  Thanks for you help.
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keeping it crafty [Mar. 17th, 2009|12:08 pm]
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alineskirt
Hey everyone,

Sorry about the porn/spam stuff that showed up today. Thanks to dstroy for messaging me about it (I wasn't online that early) - if you see anything else random over here please let me know!

Back to the crafty, if you haven't checked out DIY Alert, it's a great Portland-only craft announcements calendar and once-a-week email newsletter. You can also submit your own classes or events or sales to it. There's also a Google map of crafty Portland over there that has a ton of places listed and mapped...
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craft bazaar looking for vendors [Mar. 16th, 2009|12:41 pm]
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laurasdesigns
Hey  there, just wanted to pass on the word for an event in Portland in September that's looking for vendors.  It looks fun.  The info is on their MySpace page - Rose City Rollers presents Skating With Scissors Craft Bazaar
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New Stuff Listed! [Mar. 16th, 2009|12:16 pm]
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laurasdesigns
I finally got some new things listed in my Etsy shop. There's lots more in the works so I'm hoping to get even more listed soon.

Etsy
Buy Handmade
LauraSalisburyDesign
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fresh/dried herbs? [Oct. 15th, 2008|09:20 am]
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newroticgirl
[mood |hopefulhopeful]

Hi crafty peeps!

I'm wanting to make all-natural skin toner/facial rinse kinda stuff ... but all I have in the house at the moment is dried lavender and dried sage. (I've already made a lavender/sage toner, and I like it, but I want to try it with other ingredients, too!)

I was hoping some folks in the area might have had a garden explosion and be stuck with more than they can use -- kitchen stuff, flowers, what have you.

I'd be happy to trade some of what I end up making for some extras from your garden. They don't have to be perfect or pretty! It never hurts to ask, right? :)


Thanks!
Aimee the NewroticGirl
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Craft/Sewing Podcast [Oct. 2nd, 2008|03:50 pm]
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theeflappergirl
I've been kicking around the idea of doing a podcast show about sewing and crafting for awhile now. I have some background in Podcasting (it's part of what I do at my day job), and I know first hand that they can be a lot of fun. However, before I jump in head first on this, I want to gather a little bit of information from people who love to sew and make crafts. I want to know what topics they are most interested in, so I could make a show that people will look forward to each week. So, if you could be so kind as to take my quick survey (only nine questions!), I would be forever grateful!

Also, If you have any questions or additional thoughts about podcasts, feel free to leave me a comment in this post.
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Pattern making and draping lessons [Oct. 2nd, 2008|10:17 am]
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chaoticbeauty
I've taken pattern making classes and have had a few lessons on draping but they were a while ago and I feel my skills are rusty. I also have problems with non commercial sizes like myself. Is there anyone who offers private or even semi private lessons as I may have some friends who may like to join me. Recommendations would be welcomed too. I'd also like to learn how to do tailoring and alterations. I know PCC has some classes but I really would like the chance for some one on one where I can focus on my weak areas. Someone on the west side (I'm in Beaverton) or that can come to my place would be ideal but I'm flexible on that.

Thanks!
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Tomorrow! [Sep. 26th, 2008|07:18 pm]
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gothfox
Join Gothfox Designs at the 2008 Portland Hallowe'en Bazaar.

September 27th 12pm (noon)
The Exhibit Hall at Memorial Coliseum,
300 Winning Way, Portland, Oregon.

The Portland Hallowe'en Bazaar is a fun filled, haunted happening featuring many booths all with a focus on Hallowe'en, Day of the Dead and/or Krampus Nacht. From vendors and crafters to events, you will be amazed at all the wondrous Autumn fare our great state has to offer. This festival is a one stop shop for all of your shadowy monthed Holiday needs. From the gleeful to the gruesome, save your rainy day money for this particular party!



xoxo
Gothfox Designs
http://www.gothfox.com
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Pattern paper? [Sep. 23rd, 2008|11:46 am]
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watanukisuki
[mood |creative]

Hi all! I'm newish to the Portland area and am an avid sewer. I had a nice big end roll of newsprint that I used in Austin for making patterns, but for obvious reasons, it didn't make the trip when we moved. So now I'm feeling the need to make some new patterns, but don't have my paper supply yet.

So, I wanted to ask other sewers on the list what kind of paper they prefer for making patterns of their own. And where do you purchase it in Portland? I'm located SE, but will drive for pattern-making paper.

Many thanks!
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local supplier of lye for soapmaking [Sep. 2nd, 2008|08:40 pm]
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monkeybung
Hi all -

Anyone know of a local supplier of sodium hydroxide for soapmaking? I used to just buy Red Devil, but since they've taken it off the market (thanks a lot, meth-heads) I'm wondering if there are other places locally to buy it. I can certainly find it on line, but I'm looking for instant gratification :)

Thanks!
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