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A Progress Report

Hi Folks. Sorry it’s been a while since my last post. I’ve been busy working on the next issue of CraftSanity Magazine due out in March. There is a lot of writing, crafting and pattern testing to do in the next 20 days, but I think it will be worth all the effort. The next issue will feature another wonderful group of contributors, so you’re in for a real treat.

If any of you are interested in advertising in the next issue, please contact me. The ad deadline is tomorrow (Feb. 1), however there is wiggle room if I know your ad is coming. See the rates here. I’m also looking for podcast sponsors, too. You can find those rates here.

In case you missed it, check up my newspaper column about Dreamspun owner, Korrie Ottenwess (pictured above with her 5-year-old daughter, Violet.) Korrie has a seriously cute product line, so be sure to check it out. Her Etsy shop can be found here.

I can’t tell you how difficult is was for me to stifle the urge to ask to try on one of the mama-size skirts and twirl like there was no tomorrow. Those skirts would look super cute with my aprons and tall black boots and under twirly vintage dresses. Thankfully, I remained professional on this assignment. But mark my words: Someday I’m totally going back to buy some skirts so I can twirl with my daughters. It has to happen. : )

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Comment from April Hunt
Time: February 1, 2011, 11:05 pm

Twirl, twirl, twirl! Now you’ve got me scheming about wearing them under dresses. With striped socks. And yeah, I’d go out in public in that combo. ;)

Comment from jennifer
Time: February 2, 2011, 1:57 am

Tell you what, we’ll both order skirts and then start are own secret society for crafty ladies who like to wear them under full vintage-style dresses. I’m so not kidding about this. Let me know if you’re in. : ) We could wear them to Ira’s next Michigan appearance, too. A vibrant skirt would likely distract him from our bad hair. (Ha!)

Comment from gaetana
Time: September 11, 2011, 7:19 am

Great weblog. Thank you!

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