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    fort worth, texas crafty chicas!

    gah! so cool!

    okay. i'm into math art, fractals, and textiles. i like paint. wall art. plants and glass. mixed media. pretty things. and things that smell nice, too. i'm in west fort worth, texas, near the museums. if any of you crafty gals are in this area and want an art mongering companion, give a gal a holla holla -- it would be so rad to have a group of girls with whom i could get my craft on. at present i am obsessed with cross stitch and quilting and any other way i can pixelate myself to nirvana. chicas with little ones would be uber rad - i have a bad ass six year old boy and i enjoy his presence when i craft, and would welcome the mesh of a playgroup and a craft group!

    xo ashley

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    Hey Frac! I was looking for places to post this! Imagine my surprise to see your name!!! Here's a nice little notice about our area:

    Texas has a brand new group of Fiber Crafters meeting just on the southern Tarrant County Line in Burleson, Texas. (Just below Fort Worth and Arlington)

    Surrounding areas are Crowley, Joshua, Keene, Cleburne, Alvarado, Everman, Arlington, and Fort Worth just to name a few.We are going to welcome everyone who's into any 'portable' fiber craft, such as:

    Spinning
    Weaving
    Knitting
    Crochet
    Tatting
    Lucet
    Netting
    Punch Needle
    Needle Felting
    Inkle Loom
    Beading
    Etc....

    WEDNESDAY NIGHTS 7:00-10:00 p.m.
    at Mountain Mudd Esspresso Cafe 108 S. Main, Burleson, Tx.

    (Schedule and location subject to change as we grow. Check www.recyclemicol.vox.com for updates.)

    Directions:
    Take the Renfro Street Exit (on your right) off of I-35 headed
    towards Waco (will be two exits past Alsbury Exit)

    Turn Right at the light Go straight a few blocks and when you cross
    over the Rail Road tracks, you'll see a parking lot with the cool old
    buildings of Old Town Burleson on your left.

    Turn Left into the parking lot and Mountain Mudd is the third or
    fourth building in the strip.

    There are a number of good restaurants within a block of the coffee
    shop, so come and eat before if you wish. (Babe's Chicken, Bar-B-Q,
    Frisco's Mexican Resaurant and an old-timey Malt Shoppe)

    That's just on the southern Tarrant County Line. (Just below Fort Worth and Arlington)

    Surrounding areas are Crowley, Joshua, Keene, Cleburne, Alvarado, Everman, Arlington, and Fort Worth just to name a few.

    Come join us!
    -RM


 

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