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A southwestern design shows an alpaca (or llama!) on deep purple on this small, retractable tape measure. It is wearing a blanket and the nearby cactus has a tiny button decoration on the front. The back shows another llama. A cactus charm is attached to the tape measure tab and southwest feel, print ribbon encircles the tape. Alpacas and llamas are often confused... still cute, no matter which!
I carry a tape measure everywhere! You can't imagine how many times it came in handy and often has been borrowed in a store. Keep it in your purse for shopping and crafts on the go. It is small, only 2" (5cm) across with the retract button on the back side.
For sewers, knitters, crocheters and more, this makes a delightful gift. It measures in inches and centimeters to 60" and 150cm. What a great gift for...anyone!
Have a request? Just ask! Dozens of themes are available.
Creating is in my blood. My Father was a designer & my Mom was a talented needle artist. Since I was a child,I have always been busy with various forms of fiber work including knitting, crochet, needlepoint, embroidery and weaving. Alongside of those interests was that famous old cookie tin of buttons that I loved to play with. During my fulfilling career in education I created and sold to colleagues and some local stores.The ease of online selling became a reality for me in 2005. I now devote myself full time to combining fibers and buttons but I also love and make tape measures, clocks, magnets and bookmarks.There's barely a craft I haven't tried! Please don't ask me to paint...that's another story!
I love special orders so don't hesitate to ask. I am proud of my 100% feedback selling online with over ten thousand items off to new homes in the US and around the world.
In April 2007 a book called Button!Button! was published and several of my creations were included. It was a very exciting experience. I also had a small feature in Knit Simple magazine's fall 2012 issue and another in Vogue Knitting's crochet issue, spring 2014. I was also a finalist in Martha Stewart's American Handmade event.
I ship within 24 hours of payment with a tracking number. I am not responsible for the irregularities of the USPS. Please have patience.
Before you attempt to return an item please contact me. Perhaps you have a concern that I can rectify. I am always willing to work through any problems and am proud that after 16+ years, there has never been a problem!