This is book 4 from Oxmoor House publishers. Hard bound and contains 49 of the most beautiful afghans I’ve ever seen! I have been holding onto this book, hoping my right arm would get better, but likes it isn’t going to, so having to stick with knitting. I don’t know why crocheting is so painful for me, as I can knit for hours and hours, day in, day out, but it is, so time to let go, and move on with my knitting.
$5.00 + media mail postage (or, if you are in a hurry, I can mail it priority for $5.75
I will be adding more crochet books and magazines as I come to them, so, if there is anything you are looking for, let me know, and I will give you first chance at it, if I have it.
This manual is in good condition, however, has some stains on cover, where it looks like something (bowl, saucer?) was set on it. Inside is nice and clean.
$18 with free shipping
Am moving very soon and lots must go, as I will be moving to smaller quarters. See several things you want, I will discount your total order when buying multiple items .
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If you bought an SR-120 ribber and then find out the carriage is missing, I have this one for sale!
It is in nice working condition, isn’t dirty, but could use some cleaning, due to dust. I’ve tested all of the levers, buttons and such, and all are in great working condition.
$65 with FREE SHIPPING!
Am moving soon and lots must go, as I will be moving to smaller quarters. See several things you want, I will discount your total order.
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Taken at Terra Alta, WV! They are just to the northeast of me! We’ve got another 5″ on top of the 8:- 9″ we had already gotten! Oh spring, where are you! LOL
I have for sale the following hard to find issues of Quilting Arts Magazines for sale. They are all in very good to like new condition. A few do have a very slight dog earing at bottom right corner.
If you have been intrigued by the new art quilts, and or mixed media quilts, art journals, fabric art postcards, or other fun art techniques, these magazines will clue you in on how to get started and show you what you need, and how to do it.
If you are already dabbling in fabric and mixed media art, you absolutely need these, as they will give you many new ideas and techniques to add to what you are already doing!
Issue 14 Summer 2004
Issue 19 Fall 2005
Issue 20 Winter 2005
Issue 21 Spring 2006
Issue 22 Summer 2006
Issue 23 Fall 2006
Issue 24 Winter 2006
Issue 34 August/September 2008
Retail price is $7.99. Most of these are only available as an ebook download from the publisher, website all paper copies having been sold. I don’t know about you, but I do not enjoy trying to read and look at art on a reader of any sort! So, get these in actual magazine format while they last.
I will sell all eight of them for $40.00 plus actual postage, or individually for $6 each, plus actual postage.
I also have one extra copy of Issue 22 that has a tiny bit of the shiny cover missing at the bottom of the front cover. I will sell it for $4.75 plus postage.
If you would like scans of the covers, please let me know, and I will scan them and send to you.
I have decided to sell my 8mm garter bar, as I mostly use my 9mm
Knitting machines now. Also fits Singer HK100 and SK120 KNITTING MACHINES.
I am selling it for $89, which includes postage, to any of the 48 contiguous states.
I’m having a clearing out, and will be posting quilt books patterns knitting books and machine knitting books and pattern
I’ve run out of room to keep all my books and patterns, so must sell some off. I will pay the postage when you purchase $50 or more in books.
From Blackbird Designs (Alma Allen and Barb Adams) Fresh from the Garden
Book is like new, pattern pages have not been used, and are still stapled to the book. Copyright 2000 16 projects in this delightful book of Prim Country designs. $15.00 + $3.00 media postage.
The Knitter’s Bible Knitted Homestyle
Filled with lovely items to knit for your home, from rugs to an ottoman, and everything in between. Even a coat to knit for your dog! Has a ruler and chart of abbreviations on inside back cover. Knit these and give your home a new fresh look. Many of them in bulky yarn for a quick and fun finish. David & Charles, UK publishers. 128 pages Book is new. New price $22.95 your price $10.00 + $3.40 postage
Quilt patterns for sale Brand New Quilt Patterns out of print hard to find
Country Threads Flight #159
An adorable plane quilt pattern that is suitable for a new baby or the teen going off to college. Pattern for wall hanging also included. Would make a nice addition to the office of anyone that owns their own plane, or works in the aviation industry. $5.00 + $1.25 postage
Country Threads Just a Little Nine Patch #228
Always a fun quilt to make, and so quick and easy. Great for a beginner, or for a quilter who needs to make a quick quilt.
Shown with matching blocks, but would be great as a scrappy design, to use up your leftover fabrics from other projects. $5.00 + $1.25 postage
Country Threads Common Ground #239
House quilt, always a fun quilt to make, and very easy for the beginner. Makes a great quick wall hanging for a gift to give to someone who just bought a new house, or newlyweds setting up housekeeping for the first time. Shown as a 28”x32”, but could be made any size, by making more house blocks, or with alternate plain blocks or nine patch blocks. $5.00 + $1.25 postage
Country Threads Baby-Baby #513 What a great gift for mom and dad to wrap around a new little one. Suitable for either boy or girl. $5.00 + $1.25 postage
Fig Tree Quilts Amelia’s Meadow
This pattern is loaded! Besides the pattern for the quilt, the pattern for Amelia bear is included, and quilt pattern for Amelia bear also. This grouping would be a great gift for anyone, or to make for yourself. Everyone loves a stuffed bear, don’t they? $5.00 + $1.25 postage
Buy all of the above patterns and get FREE SHIPPING!
I just looked out the window AND we have ice, snow, sleet and rain, all coming down at the same time! No wonder I feel like I had been beaten.
Over the weekend, we had some lovely weather, even got up in the 70’s on Saturday, and lots of sunshine! Sunday was warm too, but not as warm as Saturday, and no sunshine, which made it seem ever colder, but still couldn’t complain about it.
Now, we are back to winter, yesterday stayed right at freezing, or below all day, was 24 when I went to bed last night, was the same when I got up at 5:30 this morning, it just made it to 32 an hour ago…and the temps are starting to drop again, and they keep saying we are going to get a big storm! I sure hope not!
I need sunshine, lots of it, so I can start feeling human again, and to be able to get things accomplished.
I have about 5 projects planned, and want to make a start on each one, that way I will keep going with them.
Right now, I just want to get some things up for sale, and make room for other things I want to do. I’ve been buying plastic totes, as able to afford them, so getting my yarn sorted out in the totes, which will make it easier to locate what I need when I want it, instead of spending days going through cardboard box after cardboard box!
I’ve been rearranging things here, and hoping to get one of my sewing machines set up across from one of my knitting machines. I’ve been debating as to whether I should set them up facing each other, and me sitting in the middle, or whether I should have my sewing cabinet and KM table back to back. If facing each other, would only need one chair, with them back to back, will almost certainly have to use two chairs, which will eat up more space, and I don’t have much of that to spare. Guess I should just get busy and start moving things and see which will work best.
It is just above freezing her right now and raining. We are supposed to get from four to six inches of wet heavy snow overnight, and they are saying it will bring power lines down. So, if you try to contact me and I do not answer, it is more than likely I have no electric (or heat!), and am offline. Id that happens, I will contact you as soon as I get my power and heat back.
That will depend on how bad the storm is, and how quickly the power company can get to the damaged areas and string new line. They do have their ducks all in a row, including out of area power company workers ready to move in and help repair the lines and get us up and running again.
I would appreciate all prayers for Bo’s and my safety during this latest weather adventure. Prayer for my roof to hold up under the weight of the snow, will especially be appreciated.
I will be listing more MK books and other machine knitting items as soon as I can, so please check back to see if I have listed something you need.