16 October 2008

Woo hoo!

I had time last night to flip through the latest issue of The Gift of Stitching. I've been falling behind in reading it lately (I been a little busy, ya know). So I was DELIGHTED to see a design in there from one of my new favorite designers, West Wind Designs . I have probably 6 of her charts, all bought on Ebay from her. I think they are so cute. But I thought her design in TGOSM was really pretty.

Of course I am lacking a skein of Grecian Gold in my stash. I guess I am going to have to buy that. Online, so I am not tempted to buy anything else.

I wonder if there is a way, other than E-bay or a stash sale, to sell all my extra charts. I gave a lot away at Sue Hillis', but there is still a lot there. I almost want to just sell them as a lot, to get them out of the house. Maybe Craigslist, but I don't know. I hear too many horror stories about where people want to meet. Maybe Oldstitch . . .


Annie said...

I haven't used this site personally, but I know others who have:

You could also list charts on your blog to let people know they are available and they could contact you through comments.

riona said...

I also enjoy the Gift of Stitching ... but nothing really popped for me in the October issue ... although, sometimes when I go back and look a few days later, I have a "however did I mess that?" reaction ... I think I am just feeling a little jaded lately ... I had the same tepid reaction to the JCS Christmas ornament issue which is really quite unlike me.

Trixie said...

Hi - Lurker here ::waving:: I have a thought for your stuff to sell, just offer it up here. I see it all the time and we all loooove discounts! Maybe you could offer to trade for something you want as well.

Just a thought. :o)

Happy Stitching - Michelle

Pumpkin said...

I'm still trying to figure out how to get rid of mine too :oS

I'd like to see more of her designs. I'll have to look them up.

I do my thing and you do yours. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, then it is beautiful. If not, it can’t be helped--Frederick Perls