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12 Days of Christmas 2016

Posted by Em-, 31 October 2016 · 55 views
circular swap questions, lists
UPDATED 11/18
 
I love crocheting, it's my favorite hobby. Can I make you a scarf/cowl/sweater/lap blanket to keep you wintery-warm!?
 
Absolutely! I am not much of a cowl wearer, but otherwise, bring on all the homemade goodies, especially since yarn-craft and I do not get along. 
 
How do you feel about knit socks? (P...


13 Nights of Halloween 2016

Posted by Em-, 06 September 2016 · 84 views
swap info
UPDATED 9/14/16
 
Anything here:  http://paintboxsoapworks.com/  look like something you'd like to try (assuming that you're not already ordering it)?
My own answer is that I need just about everything in Red Right Hand, but I will probably be taking care of that myself.
 
Do you like stuff related to Dia de los Muertos (Day of th...


Wishlists links and other sundry info for circular swaps.

Posted by Em-, 23 September 2015 · 217 views
lists, circular swaps
Rather than trying to trot out info every time I do a circular swap, it has occurred to me that a meta-post covering the basic places where I have wishlists and other relevant info might be useful.
 
BPAL
 
Books:  Goodreads, Bookmooch (very neglected), useful discussion hereabouts
 
Other Stuff: Amazon , Etsy , Sock Dreams, Think...


2015 13 Nights of Halloween Answers-o-Doom

Posted by Em-, 02 September 2015 · 109 views
swap questions, 2015, 13 nights
Gaming nerd? Kinda sorta. I am definitely on the geek spectrum, but in terms of games, I tend to prefer adventure/mystery type games.
 
If you have any Chaos Theory bottles on your wishlists, would you mind getting bottles on several days of this swap? I don't think I do have any CT on my wishlist, but I wouldn't mind a bottle or two if they seem l...


Spring Cleaning v4.0 2015 Q&A

Posted by Em-, 06 April 2015 · 320 views
swap questions
1.Ladies and gents, if you're comfortable receiving clothing, what size(s)? Any particular types of clothing (skirts, oversized t-shirts for crafting, work clothing)? How do you feel about shoes that were bought, worn once, and never brought out of the closet again? Ditto this for anyone else in your household who might appreciate wearables.

I am a L...


13 Nights of Halloween Questions 2014

Posted by Em-, 26 August 2014 · 212 views
swap surveys
What are your thoughts on yarn and handmade yarny things?
 
Handmade anything is awesome and love and fabulous. But despite many many attempts at yarncraft I have come to the conclusion that I shall never be adept at things involving anything larger than an embroidery needle and floss.
 
For bath and body products: do you have a bathtub or show...


2014 Reading

Posted by Em-, 17 January 2014 · 250 views

ATTN! I HAVE MOVED MY BOOK TRACKING TO GOODREADS : https://www.goodread...show/1543793-em
 
2014 Books @ Goodreads
 
 
So...what is here right now is a snapshot up to about April, otherwise, check my bookshelves!
I'm also in the process of moving each year over and will note that in the relevant posts.
Or, what is on by kindl...


2013 Reading

Posted by Em-, 08 January 2013 · 199 views

Or, what is on by kindle/bookshelves/library record...

Read Entirely in 2013
1. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Ransom Riggs (S)(F)
2. Bone River - Megan Chance
3. Bones of the Moon - Johnathan Carrol
4. Infernal Devices - KW Jeter (F) (BC)
5. Chalice - Robyn McKinley ®(F)
6. Watership Down - Richard Adams (BC) (F)
7. A Perfect Blo...


2012 Reading

Posted by Em-, 12 January 2012 · 199 views

Books read/started/finished/etc. in 2012.

Read Entirely in 2012
1. Artimis Fowl - Eoin Cofer (S)(YA)(F) (Technically I started this in 2011, but I reread what I'd already read, so I'm counting it for 2012.)
2. Eternals - Neil Gaiman (GN) (S)
3. Land of Laughs - Johnathan Carroll
4. Yseult: A Tale of Love in the Age of King Arthur - Ruth Nestvol...


2011 Reading Analysis

Posted by Em-, 12 January 2012 · 151 views

Wow. So this was one my my less stellar years in terms of reading. Ironically, I think that getting a Kindle actually worked against me, as it made it so much easier to be a magpie, play little word games, etc. So time I might otherwise have spent reading got sucked into playing strange logic puzzles. I also think I might have lost a couple of quick reads...






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