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Never did watch any football today. Attended the OH's poly-folks dim sum outing. Other attendees included fannyfiga and leandra333.

Napped, spent a lot of time posting to alt.poly, watched a fairly predictable Hong Kong fantasy romance movie called Midnight Express, in which Michelle Yeoh had far too small a part, and ate pizza.

The folks who made my touchable scarf are called Knitz & Leather and they're located in San Francisco.

Here are some other URLs from cards I picked up at the Celebration of Craftswomen:

Bonnifide Designs handmade glass beads and jewelry. The card says "Turning ordinary silicates into an incredible waste of time" and "This is what I did instead of finishing pharmacy school. Ease my parent's pain...Buy Beads Today!" (Whoops, thisone is still under construction. Oh well.)

Terryow-Wing Designs Fused Glass Art

Vicki Leon Glass Design


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Nov. 24th, 2002 11:42 pm (UTC)
This is where I thank you for bringing Celebration of Craftswomen to my attention. Now if I could only get some information on how to participate next year...
Nov. 25th, 2002 01:37 pm (UTC)
I expect their web site has some contact info about that. If not, the San Francisco Women's Building web site might, because the celebration of craftswomen benefits the women's building.
Nov. 25th, 2002 07:19 am (UTC)
The Raiders game was fun (i.e., they won handily) and the Broncos-Colts game reminded me why I like the Bay Area (the game was played in snow that got heavier as the game went on), but it was an exciting game. The Colts kicker, who had been in a bit of a slump this year, hit a career-long 54 yard FG at the end of the game to send it to overtime ad then kicked a 51 yarder (into the wind) to win it.@
Nov. 25th, 2002 01:42 pm (UTC)
Impressive kicking - unlike the kicking I saw the past couple of weekends!
Nov. 25th, 2002 07:42 am (UTC)
The Cincinnati game was fun. And, ooo! the craftswomen.

My mother-out-law has apparently suggested a new career for me: web storefront for cooperative crafts; rural, developing countries, small artists, etc. The part about travelling to buy from the local artists sounds most fun.
Nov. 25th, 2002 01:41 pm (UTC)
web storefront for cooperative crafts


There are a few charity web sites along those lines (see Fair Trade Federation), but I'm sure you'd do a much better job!
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