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Crochet crocodile stitch slippers.




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Towst
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Towst
86 days ago
 
Linda I was more thinking about Lindsey to check the craft shops near her first since it was a UK site and she might end up paying more in shipping than for the soles. I think buying online is often cheaper than in local stores and a wider range but it can be expensive if you have to convert currency and pay international postage.

Maybe if there was something we wanted from another country we could do a swap with someone living there. I have done that where I swapped someone something here for Jaffa cakes from England 😁 😁
  
maritrez
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maritrez
86 days ago
 
Cannot relate to Jaffa cakes...NOT my favourites....😐

But the slippers are great!!

Interesting info on soles and yarns too!!
  
purplelisa
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purplelisa
86 days ago
 
They are fab i have never done the crocodile stitch its very effective. X
  
Goose
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Goose
86 days ago
 
Lovely slippers Linda
  
Meerkats
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Meerkats
85 days ago
 
Sorry Sarah I thought it was me, I do envy you in America with all the craft shops and the great ideas they have, some English ideas seem a bit naf when you compare them to the American craft movement. Even in Yorkshire and Lancashire they have lovely craft warehouses . Maybe we could do a swap as you say like our wonderful chocolate for some craft things I can’t get here.. Linda x
  
Towst
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Towst
85 days ago
 
I'd love to swap for chocolate, I absolutely hate American chocolate it is not as creamy as ours and has carnuba wax in it which you can taste, it's a bit like eating a chocolate scented candle.

The Jaffa cakes are my son's favourite, I think he lived on them when he was younger and lived in England, it was his one thing he would not share, I think I did a swap with Liz for jaffa cakes last year

It's hard to know what we have here that you don't have in the UK but I do have a Michaels, an A.C. Moore, and Joann Fabric close by and they all have websites so if you see something there and there are a lot of craft based magazines which give lots of ideas and I'd be up for a swap if there was something someone wanted.

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