March 7, 2008

Craft party this Sunday!!

craft release party!!

if you’re in portland, i hope you can make it to twisted on sunday!! hosted by two of my favorite crafty people – susan and diane – and held at one of my favorite crafty places, it should be an awesome time. here is more, copied from twisted’s newsletter:

If you are anywhere near Portland this weekend, please come by on Sunday for the CRAFT magazine issue 06 launch party from 1-4pm. It’s a great before- or after-Crafty Wonderland stop, with snacks and crafting and yarn and tea, oh, my! CRAFT, if you have yet to see it, is a clever, fun, and fabulous new-ish magazine, all about the crafty lifestyle. The fiesta here in Portland is being co-sponsored by two of Portland’s craftiest chicas, Susan Beal (of West Coast Crafty, PDX Supercrafty, and Susan Stars, and author of the new book Bead Simple), and Diane Gilleland (a.k.a. Sister Diane of the Church of Craft, the force behind DIY Alert, and the CraftyPod blog and podcast). Whew! Moxie, who created the insanely fantabulous monsters pictured on the front of CRAFT 06, is heading down from Seattle for some demos, and there will be the hands-on table where you can craft a few of your very own panty-hose flowers as seen in this issue. We also have a ton of projects that are in the magazine in the shop, so you can actually SEE the projects you may choose to MAKE from CRAFT. Did you know that there are project articles from Diane, Susan, and Lee Meredith in this issue of CRAFT? Three amazingly crafty Portland women in one issue of this magazine! Go Portland!

they mentioned me! haha rad! i love twisted so much… and speaking of twisted, i’m gonna be teaching a knitting class there! i’m so excited about it (and nervous!!). i’ll give more details when i know the dates.

i’m hoping to make it to crafty wonderland, the new sustainability fair at the hip drip cafe, then twisted. fun day!

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