Sunday, January 27, 2013

Assorted Satin Fruit

These are two seperate listings for assorted satin fruit.

The first group includes an apple, a lemon, a lime,

an orange, and a pear.

The second group

includes a pear, a peach,

an orange, an apple, and a lime.

All of the fruit appears to be in good condition.

Millenary Fruit Bunches

This listing is for a bunch of millenary fruit.

Each bunch will include at least ten pieces: three textured pieces, two smooth pears, and 5 smooth rounds, in an assortment of colors. There are currently eleven bunches available.

I also have one bunch of apples.

There are twelve apples in the bunch.

Assorted Flocked Fruit

This listing is for assorted flocked fruit.

It will include one bunch each of flocked bananas, apples, oranges, plums, and pears, five sets of flocked leaves, and one un-flocked, plastic pineapple. There are no floral-type stems with these fruits.

Flocked Fruit

These bunches of flocked fruit are all being listed seperately. I have, at this time, seven bunches of apples,

seven bunches of pears,

four bunches of lemons,

seven bunches of plums,

seven bunches of oranges,

and seven bunches of bananas.

Use in crafting, floral arranging, or for home or holiday decoration.

Assorted Beaded Fruit

This listing is for a set of assorted, life-size, beaded fruit.

It includes an apple, a pear, a plum,

green (or white) grapes, purple grapes, and something which is either a cherry or a strawberry.

The stem on the grapes is broken, so as you can see from the photo, the purple grapes are not connected, and the green grapes are in three groups: three, two and one.

It's a very colorful group, with no noticeable damage other than the stem for the grapes.

Assorted Sequined Fruit

This listing is for five, life-size, sequined fruit.

There is a pumpkin, a bunch of grapes (which are all intact, still on the bunch),

a banana, a pear, and an orange.

The pear has a stem, but no leaves. The pumpkin appears to be a little dusty, but in the interest of not damaging the piece, I chose not to attempt to clean it.

It'a a very cute and colorful set. I also have an apple, which is broken, that I can include at no extra charge. If I am able to repair it, I will add it to the listing.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Eventide Scarf

I've listed the latest scarf I've made on the shop.

As you can see, it's another Frilly Crochet Scarf, but made with Premier Yarn's Starbella "Eventide".

The colors in this yarn include purple, lavender, gray and light blue - very pretty and springy.

Although I haven't measured it, yet, I believe this scarf is 3-4 inches wide, and around 44 inches long.