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Old 06-06-2008, 10:01 AM   #1
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I'm looking for some knitting and yarn related stamps. Does anyone know a source? I'd appreciate any help! Thanks.
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Hi, I found these http://www.addictedtorubberstamps.com/ProductList

Hope these help. The are becoming a little easier to find, but you definitely have to search. I think Stamps by Judith has a couple and I think I have one from A Muse as well.
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http://www.newcleardollarstamps.com/.../Detail?no=559
This is an adorable set by clear dollar stamps...It has yarn balls that you can put in the basket~ too cute
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It's not much, but http://www.stampingbella.com/index.p...19bec10cf10b1a
I wish there was a young, hip bella knitting or quilting. I have to tell you - THERE IS ONE!
http://www.stampingbella.com/index.p...sort=3a&page=2
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Old 06-06-2008, 10:17 AM   #5
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THANKS! You gals are great! My sister owns a yarn shop in Salem Oregon and asked me to make some cards to sell in her shop. I knew I saw some knitting related stamps in the past but just couldn't seem to find them again. Thanks for your help.

If anyone is interesed in visiting, her shop is called Have You Any Wool. It's an awesome yarn shop, you'll love it!
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FYI there are balls of yarn in a few of my cat sets too.
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http://www.newcleardollarstamps.com/.../Detail?no=559
This is an adorable set by clear dollar stamps...It has yarn balls that you can put in the basket~ too cute
oh my-that is nearly a dead ringer for the SU hostess set
http://cgi.ebay.com/Stampin-Up-Ret-B...QQcmdZViewItem
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oh my-that is nearly a dead ringer for the SU hostess set
http://cgi.ebay.com/Stampin-Up-Ret-B...QQcmdZViewItem
Funny! That's what I thought too. Wonder what SU thinks about that. The nice thing about this set is that I could use it for other things too.
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I love the stamps you gals found! Thanks again for the help. I'm off to search for some knitting/yarn patterened paper to go along with my new stamps. Let me know if you have sources for the paper too!
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A Muse has this cute yarn ball, and this "Knit Happens" sentiment to match it.

I took a class with JulieHRR and we used these on a card. We stamped the yarn ball image with a glue pad, then covered it with flocking, so the yarn was soft! It was the cutest thing ever!

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oh my-that is nearly a dead ringer for the SU hostess set
http://cgi.ebay.com/Stampin-Up-Ret-B...QQcmdZViewItem
Dang...you are sooo right...I wonder if it is because they are not "exact" that they can do something so similar?
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Dang...you are sooo right...I wonder if it is because they are not "exact" that they can do something so similar?
I could write a book and the number of stamp companies whose stamps are so similar to one another. There are so many similarities out there!

In the meantime, check out lockart rubber stamps. They have a cute one too.
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Lockhart has some nice ones.

http://www.ellenhutson.com/servlet/t...ork/Categories
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Here's two sites: In their search field, type knitting.
www.pennyblackinc.com (cute knitting chickens)
www.inkyantics.com (girl knitting and some cute knitting text)

Hope this works for you
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http://www.patternworks.com/products...ber+stamps.htm

This is a link to really cute yarn related/knitting stamps from PatternWorks, a site I buy my yarns from.
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I have used my Stampin Up sets together.,I put the balls of yarn from the baskets Full of Fun Hostess set into the back of the Loads of Love pick up truck.

The SU fashion Statements set also has a kntiing stamp in it. It is a knot sweater and the saying is "Knit Happens".
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Cat's Pajamas has some uber cuter ones:

http://www.thecatspajamasrs.com/Hobby.htm
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Oh my goodness, you gals are great! Thanks so much for your help. I'm not sure why I couldn't find these on my own. Good thing I have Splitcoasters to help.
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A Muse has this cute yarn ball, and this "Knit Happens" sentiment to match it.

I took a class with JulieHRR and we used these on a card. We stamped the yarn ball image with a glue pad, then covered it with flocking, so the yarn was soft! It was the cutest thing ever!

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This sounds adorable! Almost as great as taking a "JulieHRR Class"!
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This might be a dumb question...but I'm new to buying stamps online.... Is there one site that sells stamps from different companies? I was thinking it would be easier to order from one site and save on shipping too.
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This sounds adorable! Almost as great as taking a "JulieHRR Class"!
She had 3 classes in one day and I took all of them! I'm such a stalker!

I kept all of the cards that we made for inspiration. I just take them out once in a while and pet them. I took her online classes from MCC as well, those were great. If anyone has the chance to take any of her classes, I highly recommend them! I learned a lot and the projects were darling, of course!
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She had 3 classes in one day and I took all of them! I'm such a stalker!

I kept all of the cards that we made for inspiration. I just take them out once in a while and pet them. I took her online classes from MCC as well, those were great. If anyone has the chance to take any of her classes, I highly recommend them! I learned a lot and the projects were darling, of course!
Too funny! I could totally see myself doing that if I was ever lucky enough. Actually, I'd probably be so in awe if I was in the same room as her that I'd never complete a darn thing! Do you think "the famous people" (as my friend and I call them) know they are so famous to the rest of us?
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Too funny! I could totally see myself doing that if I was ever lucky enough. Actually, I'd probably be so in awe if I was in the same room as her that I'd never complete a darn thing! Do you think "the famous people" (as my friend and I call them) know they are so famous to the rest of us?
I'm not sure if they fully appreciate what a thrill it is to meet them and be around them. Julie left a comment on one of my cards a long time ago and I thought I might die of excitement.

I went to Portland regionals last year with my best friend. We sat down at an empty table and then the table filled up with dirty girls and mods. I just sat there with my jaw on the floor. When Beate came to our table, that about pushed me over the edge! I was like "OMG, Beate, I'm such a huge fan!!!" She was just like "Oh, stop it." hehe. I'm such a dork!

Anyway, sitting with them all day was just surreal. I couldn't do any of my make & take projects, I would have been way too intimidated to stamp in front of such greatness! I felt like I was at the stamping Oscars or something.
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This is an adorable set by clear dollar stamps...It has yarn balls that you can put in the basket~ too cute
Along with post #7, I AGREE this is a total ringer for SU old hostess set!
But I think the gal from CD says she is 'inspired' by other stamp companies. I think I read that on her site, when a stink came up about similarities on other sets.
But, I think its an adorable idea to put the basket-innards images in the bed of the truck and the Boat Loads set!! Cute!
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