Thursday, April 30, 2009


Lutradur® Victorian Fantasy Cone Project Pack
Are you itching to try Lutradur® but not sure what to do with it? This little project is perfect to get your feet wet! I’ve included the newest and hotest fiber art product for you to try in this sweet old fashion Victorian Cone (often called Tussie Mussies). Along with the pattern, you will receive precut sheets of: 100 gr. Lutradur, 70 gr. Lutradur, as well as a small practice piece to test this product to see how it works. The cost is only $9.99 plus shipping and handling. You will certainly be hooked on this amazing new product once you try it! Click the "Buy Now" button to the right to purchase your Victorian Project Pack today!
***Additional Lutradur® may be purchased by clicking the appropriate "Buy Now" buttons to the right.

23 comments:

  1. I like the idea of being able to buy Lutradur by the yard. I have not been able to find it locally. Good luck with your new venture!
    Melissa

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  2. Have never even heard of Lutradur, woudl be neat to try... the cone is adorable..Lisa

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  3. Michele L'HeureuxMay 1, 2009 at 8:38 AM

    How fun...I have some Lutradur, but haven't used it yet, for just those reasons you mentioned.....Michele

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  4. Great Job...Haven't tried it yet...maybe next payday I'll get some to play with.... Kristen

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  5. Hi NJ
    This looks interesting....I'm sold, so I ordered the cone project,, It will be a good study for my fibre arts group..
    Thanks
    xoox
    ((((hugs))))http://magpiescollectables.blogspot.com/
    www.magpiescollectables.bravehost.com

    Maggie

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  6. I love playing with Lutradur! I look forward to trying a new project. Thanks.

    Vic

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  7. Lutrador is a fantastic product. You can paint it with (diluted) acrylic paint and use it like that. How did you color it?

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  8. i love lutradur, normajean! and i so love the project you have pictured here... it looks so romantic! ;) xo~Leilani

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  9. What a wonderful use of Lutrador. Your Tussie Mussie looks ready for a bouquet of spring flowers! hugs, Diana

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  10. HI Normajean,
    i keep forgetting to say that i was born in Ct. left with my parents at age 9. i am enjoying Fat and have made 2 trades as i am a newbie this year. Linda Wyatt thought i would fit in and i do like how u all make your trades in smaller batches!!.now i live at the far other end of America and still play with fabric as i did as a little girl in West Redding. i look forward to making art from Lutrador combined with lace...i love contrasts . i love waking down the isle of a hardware store and finding great stuff i don't know what it is designed for but it inspires me as something for jewerly and mixed media...aloha, Sonja

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  11. Hi NJ,

    I love your new project. What a fun idea. I have never used Lutrador but looking forward to trying it.

    Hugs,

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  12. Wow! Can't wait to start on my sample project! Janis Harper

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  13. Cute little project, Normajean. Would love to be able to try out Lutradur one day.

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  14. Wow, this is pretty! Thanks for posting. I don't know if Lutradur can be found anywhere in Europe though...

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  15. That is very beautiful, Nj! I have always wanted to try Lutradur. Love how it looks in you blog banner, too!

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  16. How fun! What a great project! So what is the lutradur? joy

    joyb87544@yahoo.com

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  17. nj - i can't get lutradur anywhere around here - thanks for bringing it to me! love the project and can't wait to give it a try...

    gretch

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  18. Hi NJ
    Got my package this week. I haven't had time to try it but will send a picture when I do.... Thanks
    xoxo
    ((((hugs))))
    Maggie

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  19. Hope I'm leaving this comment in the right place :o) Happy Birthday to FAT and congratulations on running a fantastic group! I have enjoyed every minute of my membership and hopefully I'll be joining in a bit more over the coming year. Thank you for all your efforts running the group and for keeping us safe in cyberspace.

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  20. This project is so romantic looking. Very nice. Allison Sills

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  21. Happy Birthday FAT!!!! Nj thanks for this group! I love being a part of FAT....I want to try this Lutradur....I will have to buy the kit here pretty soon!!:)

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  22. I also want to try Lutadur. We are going on vacation tomorrow I'll place my order when we return. Lutadur looks like a fun product.
    I have been a FAT member for a year. Of all the groups I have participated in FAT is my favorite. It is the only group I trade with now. FAT spoiled me for any other group; therefore, I want to wish FAT HAPPY BIRTHDAY.

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  23. I've played about with Lutradur in the past but I've never tried making a vessel with it. Your cone is lovely, really pretty. (Don't count me in twice for the draw!)

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