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from Cupshe

Give It Your Best Off the Shoulder Top

Got me feeling’ some type of way. Product Code: CSY344 Details: Irregular hem Off the shoulder Long sleeve Multi-way  Regular wash Fabric:45%Acrylic,55%Polyeste

from Baja Hoodies

NEW! Surfer's Dream for Women

Drug Rug Hoodie - BAJA JOE This product is environmentally friendly, made from 100% recycled fibers. Shade and color variations are inherent to the process. This means that each BAJA JOE product has as much character and uniqueness as the individual wearing it.... I loveeeee drug rug goodies!

This is a hand cut, folded, punched and stitched leather clutch. The main body of the clutch is crafted from a single piece of beautiful 1.8 – 2.2mm vegetable tanned leather in "look at me" red. The clutch is a great slim-line boxed shape with some details panels on the front. It is stitched using a uniquely detailed pattern with 1mm waxed polyester thread for your long lasting pleasure. This bag is completely hand crafted with no machine used in its production. I made the first one of…

from overstock.com

Gutermann 64-color In-home Sew-all Thread Assortment

Gutermann In-Home Sew-All Thread. 64 colours of 250m spools. Similar to the 100m version, rarely available. $227 AUD + shipping

from overstock.com

Serta Counting Sheep Body Pillow (Set of 2) by Serta

@Overstock - This Serta body pillow is perfect for extra support during sleep or just lounging. This relaxing pillow features 180 thread count, 100-percent cotton fabric and consistent polyester fill.http://www.overstock.com/Bedding-Bath/Serta-Counting-Sheep-Body-Pillow-Set-of-2/5986505/product.html?CID=214117 $29.89

Polyester Sewing Thread 24 Spools Multi Colored 200 Yards R&M West Coast Enterprises Inc. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HK1M05A/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_zFkDub05YXZ0K

from eBay

Antique vintage wool needlepoint tapestry petit point butterfly

The seller lists this petit point tapestry piece as a portrait of a Butterfly,but- note the wonderfully chubby body,& the big,feathery antennae;this is a beautifully rendered Moth! It may be a Silk Moth.I always loved the softness of silk,& it IS easier on the environment than plastic-based polyester fabrics are,but I was horrified to hear that to make silk, pupating Silk moths were dumped into boiling water to make their cocoons unravel!Surely we could come up with a more humane way to…