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HaldeCraft
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Crafting since birth; drinking since noon.
Crafting since birth; drinking since noon.

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So, I thought I'd try out this line of wooden slump molds that are out right now, to see if I can't get an idea for soap dishes out of my head and physical.... let's see how this plays out!
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One down, one to go....! Also, today is the last day this yarn, The 40s Have Called (https://www.haldecraft.com/collections/yarn/the-40s-have-called), is 20% off. Tomorrow any remaining skeins will be pulled from the site and retired!
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Oakmoss Sandalwood is a surprisingly light scent for something with Sandalwood. Sandalwood, oakmoss, patchouli, and amber. If you like earthy, slightly woodsy, amber-based fragrances, give this one a try! It's a much lighter fragrance than you might expect, and good for those who like the idea of fragrant soap but can get overwhelmed by heavy scents. Oakmoss Sandalwood is available as full-sized bars, or as guest-sized in the Earthy Fragrance Sampler. Thanks, y'all!
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... so I drew up a new template for some slab-rolled mugs... I love the little sack, fat-bottom look!
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... scenes from a work day...
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... that golden light....
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I still have a couple of sock blanks left, including this orange-to-yellow-to-orange.... What are my sock blanks? An experiment in gradient colors, sock blanks are pre-knitted "canvases" of yarn, about the size and length of a scarf. You pull out one end, and work directly from the knitted yarn, to crochet or knit whatever project you want. You can find them, until sold out, here (https://www.haldecraft.com/products/sock-blanks-in-ellen). Thanks, y'all!
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Well, hellllooooooo there. What do YOU wanna be when you grow up?
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Sleepy Saturday...
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Maybe you feel a twinge when, at dinner, you bring out the butter on a small saucer. Or maybe on a cutting board that you'd rather be using for something else. Or maybe you don't even bring out butter at all, unless someone asks for it, just because you don't know what to carry it to the table with. This handpainted butter dish solves all your problems! It's functional, doesn't take up much room either on the table or in the refrigerator between meals, and it comes in a variety of colors that can match almost every setting. (I'm also happy to do custom colors on this - drop me a line if you're interested!)
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