I have been meaning to post about the RATZ Swap from May for weeks. I figure with July's swap starting soon, I should either post about it or just forget about it. I did sit out for June since I do not have a use for more magnets at this time. (If you saw our fridge, you would understand.)
May's swap was for a key fob. I had shared in a WIP Wednesday post in May what I made from the leftovers from my partner's fob. Our fobs were similar as far as fabric goes. I changed up the loop for each. It turns out that it was a direct swap between the two of us, as I had Chickenfoot and she had me.
I also won a giveaway on the fabulous Sana's blog. The giveaway was for some chocolate called Knusperflocken that is an East Germany specialty. I didn't think to save the packaging to take a photo because it disappeared pretty quickly. I did let Chad try it, but he wasn't a fan. We have a pretty large German ancestry population here so I will be keeping my eyes open for it to have again.
Sana also sent a long a key fob made with some Berlin skyline fabric. I love travel and architecture so this is another great addition to my small handmade key fob collection.
Leslie Keating of Maze & Vale. I have done printmaking before but not on fabrics. It is something I want to explore so this swap is a great opportunity to jump in.
I'm going to try to get my WIP Wednesday post up before going in to work tomorrow. So, I will be back with that tomorrow!