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I am one lucky crafter!

Posted on: May 4, 2011

>Today I received the most wonderful thing!  A parcel from the lovely Jo of rubyjo on etsy

She is de-stashing and wondered if I could use some pure wool felt she had felted from recycled wool clothing.  Yes please said I!

I was blown away by how big the parcel was!

The colours are awesome.  Now to make something fab!

Thank you Jo!  There is sure to be some good karma coming your way.

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7 Responses to "I am one lucky crafter!"

>oh wow how lucky are you! I bet you'll have heaps of fun creating with all of that felt. Looking forward to following your blog, I'm just new to it too :)Bec

>Hi bec & yes I will have a lot of fun! Thanks for following. 🙂

>Yay Shelley!:D I am just glad to pass it on to someone who can use it.

>Oooh…nice destash from Jo! Can't wait to see your creations Shelley. 🙂

>I can't wait to see what you do either… that sure looks like lots of fun!

[…]  Jumper is another word for sweater.  I was gifted some luscious home made felt recently (see this post)  which was made from woollen jumpers and it was just so lovely.   I have pretty much used it all […]

[…]  Jumper is another word for sweater.  I was gifted some luscious home made felt recently (see this post)  which was made from woollen jumpers and it was just so lovely.   I have pretty much used it all […]

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