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Folksy 365 - Daily Listing Challenge Thread - FEBRUARY 2019

(Helen Healey) #381

I’m so glad you’re pleased with it June. Thanks for letting me know it got there safely and thanks for buying! :smile:

(Natalie Ofkants) #382

Please send congratulations to your clever daughter, a first! Amazing result, even if she can’t quite believe it herself!

Natalie x

(Natalie Ofkants) #383

Just back from weekly swimming with my daughter, got a bit chilly walking into town after the swim, but hubby met up with us and we went and had a late lunch.

My item for today is a relist, as it’s the perfect weather for ducks!

Natalie x

(Deborah Jones) #384

Afternoon all.
Just a relist from me today. Tech doesn’t seem to be playing ball, so I give up.

(Verchielbeadsandjewellery) #385

A relist from me today

(Verchielbeadsandjewellery) #386

Hi Cat @BabanCat my partner would certainly recommend the hot choc in the Norweigan Church - he definately was sharing! Food was lovely there too.
All caught up to here. Have a great evening everyone.

(Thecardjeanie) #387

Hi all,

A summer wedding card from me today…

And Max @MaxPringJewellery I have one sale to report. Can you add it to the tally for me please.

Many thanks,

Jeanie x

(Thatenamelguy) #388

I was sure I’d listed this ages ago but evidently not so here goes

(Max Pring) #389

Good afternoon, yay happy dancing for your sales Jeanie and Valerie, there was 2 for me too :slight_smile: :dancer:

Just got my grade for my second assignment 72% phew! :woman_student: that’s 2 down and 4 to go! next one is not due until mid April but it’s a lot of work so I’d best make a start now the last one is good :slight_smile:

(Helen Healey) #390

I’m a bit late today as I had a physio appointment this afternoon and then had to take my daughter to work. I had an absolute disaster yesterday. The cork exploded out of a bottle of Asti in the wine rack in the kitchen and the whole of the kitchen and dining room were sprayed with Asti. I had loads of WIP on the dining room table :scream: I was making a love birds cushion for Saturday’s theme but the appliqué pieces got ruined. I need to go through everything on the table and see what can be salvaged but I just can’t face it yet. I’m struggling to regain my enthusiasm to make anything now. At least I still have some finished things to keep going on the thread for a little while.

Today’s listing is a large coin purse in the country kitchen and farmyard fabric that I’ve been using recently.

(Sarah Thexton) #391

Ooh, biscuits… now you’re talking Brenda!! :wink:

(Kim Onyskiw) #392

@PocketfulCreations I hope you have some more bottles in that wine rack, sounds like you need a good glass to relax after that disaster!

@junemccabe Don’t worry, when I said I had a little stash, this is the vodka shelf…

I don’t drink much at home so it tends to gather (out socialising is another matter :sweat_smile:), although I’ve got a bit of a sore throat now so I think I’ll need some medicinal tormentil root vodka tonight (the things you discover when you buy random bottles of alcohol on holiday).

(Helen Healey) #393

Haha Kim, there’s plenty more wine in the rack and I have a nice Shiraz on the go right this moment! :joy:

(XStitcherJoss) #394

Another relist. Sunshine tomorrow, please?
That’s a lovely fox @thedotterypotter
Oh, and all you showery people, I’m definitely one of you. I used to love a good soak in the bath, but these days there is a distinct possibility that once I got in, I wouldn’t be able to get out!

(Sarah Thexton) #395

No worries Cat - you, me and Kim @konyskiw can sit in the corner with our vodka while the rest get on with their gin!!

Interesting what you said about college though - my daughter’s school doesn’t have a 6th form so she’s having to go to somewhere else anyway for A levels. But having done the rounds of open evenings a few months ago she was crossing off all the 6th form schools without a backward glance: she couldn’t bear the idea of rubbing shoulders with ‘little kids’ anymore! So we’re keeping everything crossed for her for this interview next week: if it doesn’t come through she’s going to have to reconsider some of those 6th forms!

(Sarah Thexton) #396

Oh no, Helen - what a nightmare for you!!! Hope you do manage to salvage most of it and there isn’t too much damage. x

(Sarah Thexton) #397

All caught up to this point - off to do some pinning now…

Have a lovely evening everyone, see you tomorrow!

(Brenda Cumming) #398

Sending hugs Helen @PocketfulCreations
Sarah @PhotoFairytales I’ll save you some …nom nom…ooops too late…

(Cat Thomas) #399

All loved and pinned to here I hope. My apologies if I’ve missed anyone. I’ve banged my arm and sprayed Freeze on it. It’s not serious but I bruise easily. Trouble is my daughter’s cat loves it and rolled on the floor where the spray landed. He’s a little overwhelmed and WW3 has broken out. He really is a bruiser!

(Chris Stone) #400

Caught up to here.
Thanks for the appreciation of my meadow painting @erkinwald, @konyskiw, @thedotterypotter, @jenniesgems, @junemccabe.
Congrats to your daughter @SueTrevor
Lovely earrings @DeborahJonesJewellery.
Love the tree of life @Verchielbeadsandjewellery.
Great wall plaque @PhotoFairytales.
Lovely purse @PocketfulCreations. Sorry to here about your nasti asti episode. You could invite people around to lick it off the walls?
Congrats to all those with sales.
A new gift shop that has opened in town has asked me to produce some (very) locally themed greetings cards, which they would purchase from me for resale at quite a good price, rather than usual sale or return. Sounds promising.
If they want it very local, do I paint the nail bar or the betting shop? Seriously, Liskeard and environs is not without its pleasing vistas, so it should be fun and hopefully lucrative.