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  • Hello to all here - newbie to this forum

    Just a big hello to all you crafty sorts. I found this forum because of the candlemaking section as I was making some for everyones Christmas presents this year. I thought I'd better say hello first before reading much.

    I am an old hand at many things crafty and always like learning new skills. I never watch telly because i am always fiddling about with something. I rarely finish things unless there is a good goal. It is the learning curve that I adore although I often ponder that I should finish more and not start so many.

    It is nice to find some more fiddly people all in one place.

  • #2
    Hello and welcome to the forum!!

    You'll find everything you need to know here I'm sure!

    Have fun x
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    • #3
      Welcome to the forum. I have been guilty of having many "works in progress" in the past but I have found it very rewarding going back to them and finishing them off. I am sure you will enjoy the forum and find lots of good ideas and advice.


      • #4
        hiya welcome from me too x


        • #5
          Hi, to the forum.

          Jo xx
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          • #6
            I forgot all about this forum, i have been a member since 2010...! where have i been..? Hello every one
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            • #7
              Welcome to the forum, I've just joined as well. 'Fiddly' is such a good word for it! I think we're all guilty of starting too much and not finishing enough, so I'm sure you'll make good friends here. Enjoy the forums!


              • #8
                Welcome to the forum
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                • #9
                  Welcome - glad to hear others start lots of things and then don't finish them. So many fun things to do, so little time Hope we can get lots more of those things started (and finished!).
                  Thoughts are a bit like weeds - they keep growing all over the place and you cant get rid of them easily.