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Monday, February 15, 2010

Welcome to Craftzies!

Hello and thanks for visiting Craftzies where I hope to share with you some of the crafted items that I have made and the processes by which I have made them. I have been hoping to find a nice little internet corner in which I can document my crafting mania, share my photo portfolio of over 700 clothing patterns currently at my disposal (a collection not entirely my own, some borrowed temporarily), and connect with other crafters that share common interests. Perhaps my craftzies will even motivate some of you out there to get crafting and share some of your handmade creations and experiences as well.

Many of my handmade items (including woven rugs, chair covers, accessories, geekery and more) can be viewed in detail and purchased at www.Craftzies.etsy.com. You can also view items that are in many cases no longer available for purchase, but none the less still viewable on my Craftzies photo portfolio at: http://picasaweb.google.com/lindentree.portland/CraftziesPortfolio?feat=directlink. If you like an item and do not currently see it listed in my Craftzies shop, feel free to contact me via etsy or at Craftzies@gmail.com and I will be happy to help.

My two main crafting passions are sewing and weaving and I expect that my crafts here will predominately be made from those sources. I do not claim to be an expert in either field as I constantly find myself in a perpetual state of learning new crafts and techniques, but I do try my best and when in doubt, seek advice from a more experienced crafter. As I always say, ‘a smart woman knows how to handle her craft, but an even smarter woman knows when it’s time to seek help.’

If you like the clothes I make here, feel free to check out www.SophiaDeLaMer.etsy.com and clothing inquires can be sent there or via email at SophiaDeLaMer@gmail.com. The sewing pattern collection is comprised of many fabulous patterns including such beauties as the original 1940’s vintage sarong dress (McCalls 4425), as well as many other classics. I hope to explore many of these clothing patterns here in the future, and you are free to check out the pattern collection at your leisure @: http://picasaweb.google.com/106680090666649009492/SewingPatterns#

Thanks again for checking out Craftzies and have a great day! Don't forget to check out www.Craftzies.etsy.com where I have a free customer appreciation gift set drawing held each month!  

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