Name down below, including number (just number post it is, and that'll be your membership number) and list offers and request separately pls.
Have put myself down 1st, to offer a bit of inspiration in terms of stuff you can offer.
Tam (this makes me member number 1)
Tie-Dye of baby grows a Tshirts - can manage most 'basic' tech
Loan of books (would have to sort out paying for postage if they were very heavy items)
Out grown newborn stuff, increasing in age as DD2 gets bigger. Will list in for sale and wanted, but offer paying LETS + £ postage for items.
Occasional fabric remnants
Jams,Preserves etc. Will pay +£ postage
Girls clothes (age 4-5 + for DD1, and open to offers for DD2)
Hope I've explained it all well enough, looking forward to seeing what everyone comes up with.
Vic Plum Jam
Apliqued cloth bags
Wonky (but getting better) very simple baskets
Patchwork baby "pillows" (for very small baby to put head on)
Towelling Baby Changing mats (made from recycled old towells)
Dolly bedding and pillows
Some pretty and warm socks for my collosal size 10 feet (am fed up of always using blokes socks!!)
Footless all-in-one baby clothes for 6-12 month old
Wooden toys for Minne (rattles, interesting grabby things etc)
like others, I may come back if I think of more things.
Emilys Mum (no.6)
exercise programmes (written and posted or e-mail)- and on-going advise ( ie, you can contact me for advice whenever you want and i can send you e-mails reminding you that you shoud be doing x,y,and z)
Diet analysis- I will analise your weeks diet and let you know calories/ protein/ carbs/ fat, and advise you on changes to improve it, and encouragement and advice for dieting (not just weight loss)
Jam (I have rhubarb jam, bramble jelly, apple and hawthorn at the moment)- will have to charge postage unless you are in Lincoln as it is pretty heavy and will make a h**l of a mess if it breaks!
mama4's lovely socks for childrens size 6 and 11 ;D
not sure yet- I'll see what the rest of you offer and get inspired
how does everyone feel about pricing ? thoughts ?
I know we're not dealing in real money apart from the postage but what kind of prices are people thinking of .. for me, with socks, I always have some yarn left at the end of knitting adult socks that am more than happy to knit up baby / toddler socks but for adults will have to buy balls in ( which is fine ) ... mmmm, thoughts .. please
I guess with things like chutneys/jams/preserves then postage would have to be allowed for within the 'credits' scheme.
Maybe people would have to come up with a 'cost' to them so that credits can allow for the 'full package'.
Using my chutneys as an example- I can do them in recycled jars with plain labels- so odd shapes and sizes (fine for my household use and non fussy people) or I can do them in posh kilner jars with pretty labels- or a 'new standard jamjar with the fabric lids type thing if people wanted a more pretty look for presents etc-obviously the second option costs more…....
I'd work out how much it cost to produce, and if you wanted some cash for buying 'posh jars' and also factor in the postage, before suggesting an ammount. Jars of jam etc normals fetch about 2 'buzzards' - roughly eqiv to £2, but we don't have to post em…