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Here you will find the home and/or business pages of the members of PaganCrafts e-mail list. Come in, sit a spell and visit with friends - enjoy!!

Welcome to the new members that have joined the list. I'm Carole, your list owner, but I prefer to just be a hostess. :) Some of you know me, others don't, but I'm sure those who do can tell you that I'm pretty laid back and interested in a ton of things. :) Conversations depend on who wants to post and learn about what specific things. If you have an interest, please, post about it. You will find me a little slow replying in the mornings - especially if you are on the east coast - since I'm on the west coast. But, I can usually make up for it in the evening by posting after everyone else has hit the sack. :) You can find out a little more about me at the end of all the other intros.

Date: Fri, 27 Nov 1998 13:50:08 +1100 From: Johanne Lang-Davis

This is my fist time on this list. My name is Johanne and I'm from Australia.

Welcome and Merry Meet.

Date: Tue, 24 Nov 1998 14:56:02 PST From: Julie Saez


Coming out of lurkmode. My name is Julie. I love making soaps, toiletries, and would love to start making all sorts of stuff. I have 3 babies (though some might call them pets) Nakita, Mikey, and I just adopted Kahlua. I'll be around........


Date: Mon, 23 Nov 1998 19:42:18 EST
From: Tara

Hello Everyone,

I joined the list about 2 weeks ago and have been off-line since that time. I appreciate the variety that this list offers. I have been reading e-mails for the past 3 hours catching up.

Outside the window the gray mist of rain and fog accentuate the changing of the seasons. On this gray day I feel blessed. Maybe it is all the e-mail's I have been reading. Thank you list for existing.

I live in a woodsy area in West Marin, California. I like witnessing the changes in the seasons and living in the middle of nature.

My name is Tara, I am an Herbal student, both in study and in practice at a herbal shop in Point Reyes. I am a 'save the forest activist', a kitchen witch and an artist. Some of my crafts are soap, candles, knitting, tincture making, raddle making, some basketry. I like crafts that are beautiful as well as practical. That's why I was attracted to this list. Living the pagan lifestyle helps me to do my part in saving the earth and also magically enhances my life.

Yule type crafts would be good to share right now. I'll see what I can find and pass along. I would also appreciate any ideas you pagancrafters might have!

Blessed Be

[pagancrafts] Hello Everyone
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 1998 23:22:23 -0500
From: Rita Scheu

Hello Everyone,

Thanks Carole for telling me about your list. :-) I look forward to learning and sharing with you all. I will be off the computer tomorrow, it is my 41st bday and I will be spending it with my kiddies, doing some fun cooking and crafting and most certainly some uncluddering. :-)

Rita Homeschooling Mom in Georgia
May the ~A~ngels up ~A~bove
Guide you with Love ~A~
TLC Natural Soaps & Sundries
Made from Nature
With Tender Loving Care

Date: Sun, 22 Nov 1998 13:13:13 -0800
From: Dogwood/Randi

Hi everyone,

I'm the new member Mama J. mentioned, the one who's interested in knitting. :-) I do know of many websites that offer free knitting patterns (in fact, I have one myself: Here. Thanks for the Mining Co. URL; I hadn't seen that one.

I would love to find some specifically Pagan knitting patterns, though I'm not sure _exactly_ what I'm looking for. There's a new Pagan/Wiccan crafts book available -- I saw it last week at Powell's -- but while it had some nice, overtly Wiccan stuff in the cross stitch section (and other sections as well), the knitting section was much more generic. It included pattern stitches, for example, but they weren't anything I couldn't find in any other knitting book.

Anyway, I'm not being very helpful, since I don't really know what I'm looking for ... but if anyone has any pagan knitting patterns I'd love to know about them. :-)

Feel free to check out my knitting page, too -- I have a few free patterns, my own designs, including some miniature mittens that make a really cute holiday ornament and would work great as a small gift.

Dogwood (aka Miranda Prince)

Date: Wed, 18 Nov 1998 13:08:06 -0600
From: StarSinger/Carissa Brown
Organization: Texas A&M University - Biology Dept

ok, i'm peeking out of the shadows for the first time, though i think i've been on the list since its first day or two. :) its been interesting so far, though i had to unsubscribe and resubcribe with a different email address to handle the volume of email :) i'm printing and saving a lot of the recipes etc to try "when i have the time" (ha ha) probably during winter break.

I go by many handles online, so we'll pick StarSinger for this list. (some other handles are CelticDruidess and BranchDrui, for anyone who is curious and/or might have run into me elsewhere) i am married and living in Central Texas, going to school and working. interested in lots of craft type things. my husband and i are trying to get things organized to begin an herbalist shop, so any suggestions are welcome. *smile*


Date: Tue, 17 Nov 1998 19:23:33 PST
From: Samjna Minerva

Hello everyone,

I am a new and thought that I would introduce myself. My real name is June. I live in Ontario, Canada. I am a solitary pagan. I have been a crafter all my life. My main hobby is crochet. I am not much of a gardener at all. I would like to improve that. I would like to get into making soap and candles. I also do some cross stitch and will check out those sites. I am hoping one day to get the xstitch pattern from De La Tour. It is a maiden sitting on a moon. She has other lovely ones. I dont have the email handy but could get it if you want it. I will go for now.


Date: Tue, 17 Nov 1998 09:14:38 -0800
From: Karla Sexsmith

A bit of an introduction for me...

My name is Karla, I'm 22 and I live in New Westminster BC Canada with my boyfriend Greg and my kitten Luna. Pagan-wise, I'm a pretty eclectic witch with a whole lot of kitchen witch in me. I'm a member of an online coven, but I'm also just starting to do a lot of solitary practise and study as well. My interests are pretty varied... I'm a big computer/internet nut, and I make webpages for fun (and occasionally for money - I work for an Internet Provider). I do a lot of reading, I like to cook and bake, and I'm a music nut (I play piano, trumpet, french horn, clarinet, flute and recorder). I'm also a member of the SCA - Society for Creative Anachronism - a historical re-creation group. Crafts-wise, I do a lot of stuff... sewing, embroidery and I make Pysanky (traditional Ukrainian Easter Eggs). Future stuff that I'm intending to learn includes bobbin lace, spinning and weaving, candlemaking, basket-weaving and pottery.

That's me in a nutshell... if anyone has any questions, feel free to ask! :)

Karla Sexsmith

Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1998 10:00:54 EST
From: Lynda

Hi, all. I'm new to the list. Live in Southeast FL. Getting in involved in herbal healing and nutrition as an alternative to medicines. Will talk more about that later. Am very excited about being able to find natural ways to treat pain, etc. Look forward to learning more about it. I have three grandchildren, three children and a wonderful husband (who by the way has had some serious illness, and now is also using herbal healing now and is doing 100T better with everything. I am an avid crafter. Do sewing, painting and herbal crafts.

Lynda in Florida

Date: Sun, 15 Nov 1998 20:37:08 -0500
From: B. LOE


Thank you Carol and members for this treasure of a list. Look forward each day to all your messages. It is such a joy to visit here!

Past and current interests include gardening- especially herbs for culinary use, needlearts, sewing, reading and music. Joined this list to broaden my horizons and explore other areas, too.

In the short time I have been 'reading' you have shared your knowledge of card weaving, infused oils, flavored vinegars, , too,all this in the space of a week or so. Your generosity and enthusiasm are overwhelming and I can only hope to be able to make a contribution in the future.

Take care,
Barbarain S FL

Date: Tue, 24 Nov 1998 23:30:32 PST
From: Nina Twitchell

Hi all:-)

I thought since everyone else is doing it I would for once follow the crowd and start a web site. Considering I know nothing about programming I think it is pretty good for my first try. Stop by and sign in and tell me what you think. I appreciate it.

Nina Date: Wed, 25 Nov 1998 08:26:34 PST
From: Nina Twitchell

, Sure:-) Told you I was a newbie at this:-) heehee Gentle Spirit

Date: Thu, 12 Nov 1998 00:22:23 PST
From: Nina Twitchell

Nina Twitchell
College student
Wanting to learn more on ....well everything:-)


Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 16:41:03 -0600
From: Traci' L Pederson


I've done a few craft things, but would like to do more. hard to get time to learn something complicated. i'll definately be looking out for easy/quick things that look nice, especially around the sabbats. I live in Texas, been active pagan for about 3 years or so. Got 10 cats and 6 dogs. i try and grow plants but they don't have a good survival rate because i travel a lot. and the cats also eat them. i've made a meditation mandala and that is about it so far. i'm really looking forward to learning.


Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 07:00:23 EST
From: Christine

Hi everyone! My name is Christine---I just joined this list & wanted to take a minute to introduce myself. I'm a single mom to a 2-year-old boy, work a "regular" job, and am attempting to start up a home-based toiletry business with a friend called Dragon's Myst. The whole idea started as an inexpensive way to make presents and just escalated from there. Mostly I make M&P soap, but have also made a few batches of CP; and lately have started making candles as well. I think even if the business doesn't work out, I won't stop making the soap---I love doing it too much!!

Take care!

Date: Sat, 7 Nov 1998 16:48:26 EST
From: Lori

I felt an intro was in order. Sorry it took so long.

Hi my name is Lori and we just moved to Allentown from Perth Amboy, NJ. I live with my boyfriend Chet and my 4 children. Andre is 17 and has Angelman's Syndrome...(I'll explain that later) a nutshell he doesn't talks...walks differently and is usually happy all the time. More on him later........ My daughter Christy is 11 she is in 5th grade and just got a scholarship to an art school. I also have twin boys, Travis and Justin. They are in 4th grade and can be a terror at times. My boyfriends 3 children spend every other weekend with us. Terri is 11 also (1 mo younger than my daughter) and they are best friends. David is 13 and Rob is 14....what can I say about them except that they are teenagers.... I am a nurse although I am not working at the moment. I am checking into taking a computer course and possibly working from home. I sell Mary Kay cosmetics part-time. I enjoy crafts (all sorts), computers, reading and outdoor activities. If there's anything else you would like to know...I guess you'll have to ask.


Date: Fri, 6 Nov 1998 10:56:08 -0800 (PST)
From: Ronda Eikenberry

Hi, my name is Ronda Eikenberry, I'm 31 and live in Portland, Oregon

I'm a Christian, but I would LOVE to learn how to make things like soap, candles, perfumes and all of the such.

I do sew A LOT, dry my own herbs and fruits, and veggies. I even make my own spice mixtures. I try and use as much natural things as I can, because I do believe that, that is what nature intended us to do.

I'm not a cradle Catholic, and there are some (lots) of things that I do NOT agree with in the church, but everywhere you go there is bound to be something that you will dissagree on.

I have 2 boys, 10 & 1 1/2, and I want to learn more how to do things without relying on the factories and the mass production to tell me how I should live, make, eat and things like that!

Ronda Eikenberry
ICQ#: 7174700

Date: Thu, 05 Nov 1998 13:25:48 -0600
From: Emily Scott Banks

Hello all!

I am a perfumer and cold-process soapmaker in Texas. M husband and I are about to open a retail store in Salado, and are fast & furiously in production right now, LOL! I also grow my own herbs (one of the only types of plants that thrives in the central Texas Hill Country, and luckily my favorite!), and use them in my handmade soaps and toiletries and herb crafts. I also make beeswax candles, and handsewn accessories based on historical patterns, such as reticules (tiny decorative purses and pouches), decorated shoes and hats and hooked rugs. We only have "fur-kids" so far, but they are dears. I am very interested to be a part of this list, and to, I am sure, learn a lot.


Emily Scott Banks
A Company of Muses, Salado, TX
Makers and Purveyors of Period Handcrafts
Opening Mid-November, 1998

Date: Sun, 1 Nov 1998 21:03:51 EST
From: Sandi

Just wanted to introduce myself briefly. I usually lurk on the few lists that I am on but really enjoy getting all the mail. My name is Sandi, 36 years young, living in Savannah and working as a nurse. Just got a new job in the emergency room, which I have coveted for a while now. I actually have only been a nurse for a year, and am doing a home study program to get my RN. In my spare time, I am a bellydancer, and I make soap, toiletries, and any other kind of crafts that are quick and easy. I like instant gratification!! I just bought my first house in May and my husband and I would like to get into herbal gardens. I do have a cool little fairy garden already. Stepmother to one teenage son and mother to two boys 12 and 10. They all think mom is so weird because she is always into doing new things. Sorry to go on so long, this is probably all you will hear from me, but I will be reading!


Date: Sat, 31 Oct 1998 03:54:35 -0800
From: Frances Baclaski
Organization: Earthly Splendors

Hello everyone,

I am new to the list. I am Fran and I live in northern California. I met Carole on another list and she has been very kind and helpful to me and invited me to join this list. In fact, I call her God's Aunt.

I quickly went into the pagan home page and was in augh in how nice it was. How in the world did anyone put that together so fast?

I am not pagan but have an open mind and want to learn as much as I can. I am not sure how much I can contribute. More likely ask alot of dumb questions.

To be very honest, it is hard to join a group of people when you are not familiar with their customs. It is not a question of being uncomfortable for me but not wanting to invade your space as an outsider.

So for a little while, I'll sit back and learn.


Date: Wed, 28 Oct 1998 19:12:12 -0500
From: MysticMoonwolf

Greetings all,

I'm new here...just thought I would make myself atleast visible.:) I'm looking very forward to getting ideas from this list. I am planning on having a small craft shop of my own soon...making candles, soaps, potpourri, etc. I could definitely use ideas and get advice!!

Thanks for the welcome.:) I'm just getting started in this. I plan to just hit the many craft fairs in this area and shops for right now (and internet of course.) We just recently made a big move and it will be a while before we have our own place. I haven't even started yet...I have a six month old daughter who is presently going through a very should I say, "high maintenance" phase?LoL. So needless to say, I don't have nearly as much time on my hands as I'd like.

The only supplier I have in mind right now is Pourette for my candle supplies. I'm still looking in that area. As far as ideas.....ANY. LoL. I want to do jar candles and hand dipped tapers first.... mixed with herbs, and scented with essential oils of course. Also herbal soaps. I'm really wanting to get into cosmetics. It seems there just isn't enough out there...not purely natural ones. I'd like to do shampoos, conditioners, lotions, make-up removers, creams, shaving lotions, etc. As of yet, I haven't found too much on making these though. Once we do get our own place and I can run a shop straight out of my home, I want to start carrying ritual supplies, books, etc. I would like to make my own candle holders.....the only idea I've gotten though is wooden bookshelves with the holders on the ends. I think I'll do these with stenciled ivy on them. I used to do ceramics.... so I will be piddling around in that again of course. I love dry brushing....I have a big beer stein with protruding figures such as gargoyles, etc.....carved out with the handle gone, and made into a light...all dry-brushed with extreme detail. I want to do some more of these if I can find the molds...or even the greenware.

I live in a very rural area now.....and it seems the people are real craft-lovers. It seems like the ideal place for this. If anyone has any good websites on candles or anything I've listed....I would definitely appreciate them. And by the way....nice work on the Pagancrafts site...I loved it!!

Brightest Blessings,

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 17:05:54 -0800
From: Marilyn Warren
Organization: Crone's Network

Guess I should introduce myself. My name is Marilyn Warren and I live in British Columbia, Canada. I have been a Dianic Witch for 27 + years. I am a Dianic teacher and High Pristess. I am and elder with the Council of Celtic Shamans. I write articles for various pagan centered magazines. I have one husband, one dog and three cats. I live on 1\2 acre between two mountains and across from an artesian waterfall. I love to knit, crochet, X-stitch, write, make oils, brews, potpourri, perfumes, soaps, ritual candles, weave willow baskets, sew, bake breads (ritual and otherwise), preserve, pickle, garden and wildcraft. I am just starting to quilt, but am not very good yet. I am only up to potholders and they seem a bit askew. I make silver rings, bracelets and coronets, though I have only made these for me, not for sale - no time. I make and sell ritual breads and other bakegoods to coven members and friends. I am a certified Duncan Ceramic Instructor and give classes once per week and sometimes on weekends. I have done some wheel throwing of pottery, but it is too much of a chore. I prefer pouring.

I make all sorts of ritual oils and incense. Usually I give them away as presents. I also am quite accomplished at making wine. My reds took top prize in the local fair this year. Mostly I make wines with my own fruits. I have just started branching off into making mead. I will not know how I did in that area for about two years or so.

Guess that is about it. I have recipes for Bath Bombs and Fizzies, as well as bath salts and ritual candles. If they may be of interest, I can post some every once in a while to the list. You can let me know.

Marilyn Warren

Date: Sun, 25 Oct 1998 14:38:21 EST
From: Hazel


I am single (divorced many years ago), retired, and enjoy sewing, finding timesaving and moneysaving tips and trying them out.

I sew clothing, have quilted, but am not a quilter. Four grown children, 8 grandchildren, 1 great grandson.


Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 07:26:57 -0700
From: Kathy O/Kat WillowMoon

Merry Meet All,

I just joined the list late last night, My name is KatWillowMoon, I have been Eclectic Solitary for 2 years now, I have 4 kiddies and 1 hubby and we homeschool our kiddies.... I enjoy candlemaking and crochet....but would love to learn more...


Kathy O/Kat WillowMoon
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Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 15:37:30 +0000
From: Sierra


Sierra SilverOwl here. I will probably mostly be lurking on this list, but wanted to see if I could pick up some interesting tidbits here and there. I bought a deerskin several years ago as I was going to be part of a drum-making workshop - that never happened. I still have the skin. Oh, for those who don't know me, I'm a 50ish Celtic Wiccan, married, mother, and grandmother. I knit, crochet, do counted cross stitch, used to pour and paint ceramics (ran out of time), used to callig (ran out of time), make bathsalts now and then and enjoy fiddling with aroma therapy and perfumery.


NOTE: Sierra and Dark Warrior operate the Pagan-Home e-mail list and web site. For those of you who are not already on Pagan-Home, please, check it out. For those of you who are not pagan or are new to the path, the site is an excellent resource. - Carole

Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 12:57:57 -0500
From: Stacy - The Country Cottage

Hi Everyone,

I'm new to this list and I already know from my first two digests that I'm gonna love it here... I have tons of interests...mostly candles and woodcrafts, but I have dabbled in soapmaking, sew my kids' halloween costumes (my favorite project every year!!), and computers. I am full-time college senior, majors in management info systems (computer-stuff) and accounting (not my favorite subject but too late to turn back now!). Big project now is working on my website...

Sorry this is sooooo long. I'm happy-happy to be here.:)

Smiles :)

Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 10:47:20 -0400
From: Angie Ahearn

(sigh) I hope I found the right place.

.... diving right in....

Howy and Merrily met, my name is Angie, and I'm a wanna-be crafter. My apartment is filled with boxes of beads, bags of scrap leather, a small collection of essential oils, and many cross-stitch projects in varying stages of incompleteness. Now that I've played with a sewing machine for the first time in many years and made a halfway decent chemise for my renaissance costume, I think I've begun another addiction. Anyway, I'm looking forward to sharing ideas here and learning from the rest of y'all.


Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 20:42:28 -0400
From: Cathleen

Hi there! My name is Cathleen. I'm on a lot of mailing lists, but I mostly lurk (in spite of my good intentions when I join!) Anyway, I'll introduce myself so you know who's out there. BG

I like lots of different things.... sewing, crochet, cross-stitch, painting, soap and toiletries making, herb gardening I'll go for any interesting looking project involving anything else. BG

I have to admit I haven't done any crossing over of pagan stuff and crafts yet. Although, I've been crocheting some snowflakes and it struck me that it would be pretty simple to alter a six pointed design to five points. I think there will be some pentacle like snowflakes hanging in my house this yule. BG

Well, this is more than I usually say in a year, so I'll crawl back into my shell now. Bye!


Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 09:30:23 -0400
From: Maureen


My name is Maureen. I am also new to this list.

I actually don't do any crafts, I'm not very good at them. I thought I am be able to learn som things by reading the postings, and be able to find something I enjoy that is easy for me to do. Also, I am new to things pagan {a little more than a year}, and the learning potential here is good for me. On the pagan home page, and probably here, I will do more reading than writing. As I feel I may have something worth while to contribute, I will write.

Bright Blessings!

Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 18:41:06 EDT
From: Mary Ann/Blossom

Hello everyone,

I am so excited to have found this list :) My name is Mary Ann aka Blossom, I am a 45 y/o mother of 4. With my youngest just learning how to drive... LOL I am intrested in all different types of crafts finding myself close to the empty nest with some time on my hands. The things I do are crochet, needle point and counted cross stitch, i also love my garden. The only thing i have activily done in the last years tho seems to be gardening LOL the other things seemed to have been put aside in lew of being Taxi Mom....also i have a small farm and that does take up some time. Hope to learn bunches here and help out where I can :)

Blessings all,
Mary Ann

>p>Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 14:11:52 -0400
From: Patti Johnson

I make and sell candles, bath salts, massage oils, dream pillows (thanks Carole!)... etc. I do know how to crochet, but just the simple stuff - ie: I can make a MEAN ripple afghan! :) I don't use a pattern, I just kinda let the creative juices flow.

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Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 19:55:15 -0400
From: Deirdre Dye

My name is Deirdre, I live in Puerto Rico and the eye of Georges went right over my house so we only have electricity thanks to a generator. I have a dear H, Richard and 3 great kids (14, 11 1/2, 8 months). I make soap. I'm on Craftchat.


Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 13:00:26 -0400
From: Laura Toms

I'm a soaper, and a very bad candlemaker. The pagan realm is new to me but I find it very interesting! I'd love to ask questions if I knew what questions to ask, but I don't. So I'll lurk a bit and see what I can glean before making a total fool of myself. :-)


Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 22:51:07 -0000
From: Pam

My name is Pam and I make soap, cold processed and melt and pour.

I am new to the list. Hallo all!!!

Pam (The Happy Soaper)

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 17:12:28 +0000
From: Annie Organization: Team Kemp, Inc.

merry meet:

i've been a quilter for many many years now. i first learned from the old ones when i was very small. there's lots of folklore surrounding quilting, like don't let tears fall on the stitches or the person who sleeps beneath the quilt will be saddened as they sleep. as an african-american woman i've done a great deal of research about the place of quilting in slavery. quilts were used as maps both in design and sometimes with actual escape maps hidden inside the quilt to be quickly removed before the new owner found out. quilts were also hung in windows to either indicate safe houses or to stay away because slave hunters were nearby.

i call my work "as i see you" quilts. the colours and pattern is my vision of a particular person. i have never sold my quilts but have donated them for non-profit auctions. if i sold them i'd have to think more about whats sells inside of whats in my heart regarding that particular individual. i'm fortunate in that i have a job that feeds my hobby and a wonderful husband who calls my quilting "my magick." there is a great deal of ritual involved for me in the creation of a new quilt.

i have systemic lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. 22 pills a day keep me functioning most times and my wonderful husband keeps me going the rest of the time. we met on the net, flew back and forth for over a year (he's english) and finally married here in america on january 2nd of this year. he is my gift from the god and goddess and i truly believe i would not be alive today were it not for his love and devotion. my ex of 25 years wasn't into chronic illness and i have not doubt i would have been left to slowly deteriorate by him. but the illness galvanized me, got me off my butt and made me do things i'd only thought about for years, like walking away from a dead marriage.

well i've rambled on. my web site is about my short stories as i am a writer. its called stories of race in america and its an anthology of a young girl growing up during the sixties. i look forward to being a part of this list and am delighted i was invited to join.

as a pagan quilter i'm very excited about the list and have subscribed. bright blessings on you for creating it. my quilting is VERY much a part of how i worship the god and goddess and i'm delighted to finally have a place i can openly talk about such things

new story added 10/18/98

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 20:20:07 -0700
From: Endora Aphrattos

Hi everyone!

Just thought I'd breeze in and let you know I've joined up. Sounds like a groovey idea. Sort of a virtual quilting ring!

My main magickally related crafts are incenses, oils, perfumery, that sort of thing. So I'll be posting mainly from that and probably not too often without prodding.


Wow! It's great to see so many folkes joining in. MamaJ is a great gal so I am sure her list will be fabulous too! Anyhow, I just wanted to welcom everyone in one little note rather than tryin gto say hi to everyone individually.

Looking forward to many wonderful hours together.

Anyhow, it's great to be here!

"Be Witched!"
Endora Aphrattos
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Okay, guys, here's a little background on me.

I'm housebound - on disability because of severe chemical allergies - and therefore I have tons of time, some great ideas I'd like to try, but a severe lack of funds. I really need to make a little bit extra so that I can keep on crafting and not go totally nuts sitting in my little 200 square foot witchmobile - yes, I live in a 32' motorhome. :)

I've made soap - well, okay, 1 bar, but will be posting more recipes for magickal soaps. I used to make candles way back in the old days - and was going to start again, but my daughter read Chris's candle post and now she's doing that. I LOVE to sew and embroider and have been making tarot card, rune, soap and bath salt bags and embroidering designs on them - from the mundane to the magickal. :) And, I love to work with herbs.

Right now I'm looking for but not really hopeful about finding some iron-on embroidery patterns in pagan, mystical, whimsical, mythical designs. I can and have done some of my own embroidery designs, but creative juices haven't really been flowing that well lately. If anyone knows where to find anything like these, please, let me know.

I'm also hoping to be able to put together baskets - for eveyrone, not just pagans - even though that it my first interest. So, I've got my daughter making candles, and I can make the soap (with a little more practice) and I can make bath salts and herbal baths and oil blends (with some friendly advice from Mary), and dream pillows - oh, the list is endless. :)

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