Hi! I'm new here but I used to love getting those funky sock swap chain letters in the mail so I think I'll like it here. The last chain letter swap I did was a book one and although I sent books, I never received a single one. Iâ€™m a rule follower and get miffed when others donâ€™t. This seems to be structured.
Anyway, I love â¤ï¸ my cats, hobby crafts like quilting although Iâ€™m new to it, ancestry, and theatre. My favorite color is purple. I have a service dog who takes good care of me. I like girlie and whimsical things: little unicorns, candy, rainbows, pinwheels, cupcakes, large flower prints, and lace (of course since itâ€™s my name).
OUTLANDER!!!! I was obsessed long before the TV series was a twinkle in the eye of Starz. But no spoilers because I have to wait for the DVDs (no cable).
I donâ€™t read currently due to a traumatic brain injury but I was working on a couple of fantasy/romance novel series (knights, princesses, time travel, magic). Happy endings, please! I want my escape from reality to be warm and fuzzy.
I'm a dabbler, so I'll take a craft class in anything! I learned sumi-e while I lived in Japan (calligraphy brush painting). I like candle making for gifts (since I was maybe 14?). Quilting is my current buzz and Iâ€™m working on a charm quilt. Iâ€™m looking for 5â€ squares of 100% cotton in different girlie prints to get to 999 different fabrics!!
I joined swap not to help me work on a charm quilt. The history of the thd charm quilt comes from button swapping; with the aim of 999 unique buttons on a string, a girl would find the 1,000th button on the coat of her true love. Quilters now cover the 999 fabric charm quilt without knowing the background story! So Iâ€™m here swapping fabric looking for ones I like and want to add to my stash of 5â€x5â€ charms.
Purple is my favorite color, but I need a rainbow of pastels and jewel tones. They need to be 100% cotton and have a print on them. Prewashed is best.
I like pop-florals, candy, cupcakes, hearts, lace (my name is Lacey after all), Japanese (I lived in Japan), cats, or really anything girlie.