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Need something to carry your experimental re-agent in? May we suggest this messenger bag bearing the name of Herbert West, a medical student of some note at Miskatonic University.

This bag is made of a khaki olive cotton canvas, embroidered in black.

Our small messenger bags are the perfect size for carrying just what you need — wallet, keys, phone, and even a book. They have one compartment inside, which measures 10.5″ wide by 6″ tall by 2″ deep, and fasten securely with two adjustable plastic side-release buckles. Straps are 4 feet long.

Click here to buy one!

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Redbubble Additions!

Since Mike spent his Saturday at rehearsal for the Connecticut Renaissance Faire, I decided to spend the day downstairs, watching movies he was uninterested in on Netflix, cuddling the dog, and prepping more of our embroidery to be sold onRedbubble.  In the end, I wound up adding quite a few new items to our offerings.  There are now stickers available from our history and mythology lines, several literature-inspired stickers, including Sherlock Holmes, Lovecraft, and Dracula, and a selection of our Fandom Pride items.

In a few cases, where I felt they worked well, I also made designs available on cell phone cases.  All of the Fandom Pride items can be purchased that way, as well as London Tube signs, 221B, and our “Here Lyes Richard III” sign.

I’m really happy with how the Redbubble shop is coming along, and I hope you all like it, too! Feel free to follow me there, mark items as your favorites, and add them to you Amazon list using Amazon’s Universal Wishlist button. Oh, and of course, feel free to go shopping!

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Look, I get that in a gross of grommets, the washer-to-post ratio may not wind up exactly 1:1.  But this is all I have left — and they’re ALL washers. And that seems messed up to me.

Look, I get that in a gross of grommets, the washer-to-post ratio may not wind up exactly 1:1.  But this is all I have left — and they’re ALL washers. And that seems messed up to me.

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