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Book Swap, anyone?

HI guys! I just so happen to have two copies of the following books…..both are new and never read, I had bought for myself and also received as a present. Would anybody like to do a crafty book swap for either or both of these beauties?

Making Waldorf Dolls, by Maricristin Sealey, is the guru of dollmaking books. You will fall in love with this book and never need another. It is complete. It has patterns for all dolls and clothings, most easily followed, with beautiful hand drawn illustrations. Here are some dolls I have made with this book.

Second is the FaLaLaLa Felt Christmas Book….just beautiful! The most amazing gifts .. my children loved making these with me and putting them on our tree. Handmade ornaments are so wonderful. This book is also new never read. I bought it, then won it. Here are some of the ornaments we made last year.. I made many more and gave them away!

I would like to trade these books for relatively new crafty books that you may also have double copies of!

Don’t miss my latest GIVEAWAY!  I will pick the winner on Saturday. x

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15 thoughts on “Book Swap, anyone?

  1. I am keen on the Making Waldorf Dolls one. I could swap- Bend the Rules with Fabric (Amy Karol), Small Stash Sewing (Melissa Averinos), or More Softies…any of these appeal? Or Sandi Hendersons book, which I don’t have in front of me. Any of these appeal?

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    Posted by Tanya | June 16, 2011, 2:19 am
  2. Oh I wish I could join in but I don’t have anything crafty to swap….. :(
    I hope you find something lovely!

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    Posted by elflyn | June 16, 2011, 3:24 am
  3. oh snap!!! i really love the Falalala felt christmas one but I dont have any double craft books .:( i only own 3 craft books haha

    how fabulous are those decorations!
    hugs
    xo

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    Posted by lisa | June 16, 2011, 8:13 am
  4. what type of craft books are you interested in?? and did you get my E-mail ?

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    Posted by Jodi | June 16, 2011, 3:57 pm
  5. if for some reason amy karol’s book doesn’t appeal to you, i am keen on the doll-making one! i have a large knitting reference book (reader’s digest) and some crochet books (‘crochet kids patterns’ and ‘crocheting for fun and profit’)

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    Posted by kendra | June 16, 2011, 5:27 pm
  6. tHANKS GUYS for the interest : i am still looking…

    Here is a ‘wish list’ :: SEW LIBERATED. ZAKKA LIFE. ANY JAPANESE CRAFTBOOK. VINTAGE CROCHET. LIESEL’S NEW SEWING BOOK. YOU SEW GIRL. PRIMITIVE CRAFTS BOOK. EITHER OF JOELLE HOVERSON’S BOOKS. WALDORF HOMESCHOOLING BOOKS.simple crochet by erica knight.

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    Posted by ohangelina | June 17, 2011, 1:54 am
  7. I’ve been eyeing the fa la la la felt book for a while on Amazon, and since I’ve been playing so much with felt (and getting better at it), it would be such a great book for me, I’d be very interested. Do you knit? Last winter I bought “Sock yarn. One-skein wonders” because I had started to knit, but it turns out I don’t have to patience to teach myself more than I already did and I don’t understand patterns one bit. The book is brand new other than me looking at the pics once when I bought it, I’ve never opened it since. I’d be totally willing to exchange with you :)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the lovely comment :) Have a great weekend!

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    Posted by Sunshine Mama | June 18, 2011, 3:35 pm
  8. UPDATE ::; Still have the Waldorf Dolls to trade….the Fa la la is going to canada, yipp! please chime in if interested..thank you!

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    Posted by ohangelina | June 20, 2011, 8:08 am
  9. I have a book called Weekend Knitting, by Melanie Falick. It has some great projects. I’d be happy to send it; I don’t need to trade.

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    Posted by Jodi | July 5, 2011, 9:58 pm
  10. I’ve been slowly going through your posts and had to comment on this one.
    I LOVE the Making Waldorf Dolls book. I’ve had it for a year or so, and have made a couple of things from it, but there’s so much more I’d like to accomplish. It really is such a wonderful resource!
    The Fa La La La Felt book I keep hearing about. Aren’t blogs helpful? It’s on my book depository wish list! So, yours is yet another recommendation. Your ornaments are so sweet. Something I think my boys and I could sit down to create too, one day.
    Happy you have helped me to discover your enjoyable & interesting blog,
    Aleta ღ

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    Posted by Hinterland Mama | July 10, 2011, 12:10 pm
  11. I’m not sure whether you still have the Waldorf Dolls book to trade? I have 2 Japanese sewing books with patterns for girls. The first is called Girly Style Wardrobe and is for girls sized 100-140cm and the second is Handmade of Mine and is for girls sized 90-120cm. Neither book has been used and I’m more than happy to trade either or both. Links to the covers of first book http://www.yesasia.com/global/girly-style-wardrobe/1004647573-0-0-0-en/info.html
    Bronnie

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    Posted by Bronwyn | July 23, 2011, 4:15 pm
  12. Ok.. the Waldorf Dolls book is being exchanged for two awesome Japanese crafting sewing books I cant wait to torture myself over !! :))
    Still have the Felting Christmas Book to trade, if anyone’s interested..

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    Posted by ohangelina | July 25, 2011, 7:54 am

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