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March 2012

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Hobart Brown Owls gather again – but what should we do?

March 28, 2012
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Our little parliament of owls is meeting again in Taroona after skipping our last meeting. We know this is a duck, but it’s outside where we meet, so just pretend, OK? The scheduled February meeting was (I think) our hottest day this summer, so we all went inside our little bird boxes and wilted (well, I did anyway…). So far our group has been kind of feeling it’s way a little bit – we have had 6 gatherings so far…

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MITCHAM BROWN OWLS.

March 15, 2012
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Our logo drawn by Jo Schofield. Hi There Owlies, I hope you’re ready for our craft session! We’ve got a work shop for you, to make this beautiful flower, thank you Canberra Brown Owls for sharing your knowledge. Please comment on the blog, or email me so we know how many kits to bring. The kits will be $1. each. If you don’t wish to make the flower, there will be learn to knit and crochet, and possibly also Temari…

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Canberra Brown Owls – I’M SHRINKING!

March 14, 2012
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From etsy seller Cooccachoo And you can too! This Sunday, 18 March the Canberra Brown Owls will be using shrink plastic to make, well, whatever you’d like! There are plenty of tutorials and ideas around if you google ‘shrinky dink’ or poly shrink, and of course Pinterest and Flickr have heaps of inspiration too! We’ll have the shrink plastic sheets for purchase at cost and some permanent markers, a hole punch and a light-box available for use. What to bring…

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Brown Owls Melbourne 3000 – March gathering report

March 8, 2012
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Lovely lovely to see you all. Didnt we have a lovely time. At Melb 3000 gathering this Tuesday just gone. Books were much enjoyed – I’d thought I’d give you a run down and share some titles: Lee bought along – A Stitch in Time vol 1 & 2, Jane Waller & Susan CrawfordJennie bought along – Crochet, Modern Vintage, by Panda (it was advertised in Frankie recently, i spotted it there, but it was super to see it in…

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Brisbane Owls: Embroidery

March 8, 2012
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RSVP now for the next Brisbane Brown Owls meet up and learn some basic embroidery! Date: Saturday 24 March 2012 Time: 11am – 1pm Venue: New Farm Library Meeting Room,  135 Sydney Street, New Farm Rebecca will be leading the Embroidery Project this month with some patterns,  perfect for any level of crafter. You can also bring along your own pattern or image to embroider. Bring an item or piece of fabric you would like to embroider for example a…

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Southside Owls – Thursday 8th March – BYO at Miss Jackson!

March 2, 2012
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Hello ladies!! This will be our first meet for the year! We are so excited!! My seemingly never ending summer project! Date: Thursday 8th March Time: 7:30pm onwards Venue: Miss Jackson, 2/19 Grey Street St. Kilda (through the big rusty gate) Close to the #16, #96 and #112 trams, and nearby parking below What to bring: Your BYO project, if you are stuck for ideas just drop us a line! Sweeties: We will have tea, wine and baked goodies, please…

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Preston Brown Owls March Meeting

March 2, 2012
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Learn to Crochet If you missed out last time, if your Mum never taught you or never knew or you never really got it before, NOW IS THE TIME. At our next meeting you can learn to crochet, refresh your skills or move to the next level. If you want to crochet your own spooky children, bring some 8ply yarn and a 4 or 4.5mm hook. And that’s all! If crochet is not your thing, come anyway, bring your own…

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Preston Brown Owls March Meeting

March 2, 2012
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Learn to Crochet If you missed out last time, if your Mum never taught you or never knew or you never really got it before, NOW IS THE TIME. At our next meeting you can learn to crochet, refresh your skills or move to the next level. If you want to crochet your own spooky children, bring some 8ply yarn and a 4 or 4.5mm hook. And that’s all! If crochet is not your thing, come anyway, bring your own…

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