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2019

a large wooden wagon decorated with garlands of wildflowers, [Map Room #23], Lich#26440 , go wagon

Weave and Wear

[Weave and Wear - 27366]
Lining one wall of the spacious wagon is a narrow table covered with vases of various shapes and sizes all filled with bright flowers. Bunches of blossoms peek from inside baskets hanging from the rafters, their rich colors creating a brilliant canopy. Standing to one side of a small painted door is a large wooden crate overflowing with a wide variety of gardening tools.
Obvious exits: out

In the large wooden crate you see:

a slender steel awl with a spiraled hoarbeam handle Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This is a tool that can be used to change a feather into a weaving item. POKE the feather with the awl.
This steel awl may be altered with either a long or show description. The noun cannot change. The material it is made out of may be changed, but it must remain something metallic. It can also be rubbed.
25000
a pair of small steel snips with a suede-wrapped handle Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
You analyze your small steel snips and sense that it may be altered with either a long or show description. Based on the design, you realize that changing the noun would be impossible. While the material it is made out of may be changed, you sense that making it anything other than metallic would be useless and would weaken the integrity of the snips.
25000
an etched azure leather belt Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: Small (5-7)
several items of very small size
waist-worn (as a belt)
functional
analyze, show description
Analyze:
You can tell that the belt is as light as it can get and that its pockets could not possibly get any deeper.

Show:
There isn't currently anything stored on the azure leather belt.
15500
a pair of narrow steel scissors etched with a blooming rose Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
You analyze your narrow steel scissors and sense that it may be altered with either a long or show description. Based on the design, you realize that changing the noun would be impossible. While the material it is made out of may be changed, you sense that making it anything other than metallic would be useless and would weaken the integrity of the scissors.
25000
a small steel-tipped lathe with a hoarbeam handle Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This is a tool that can be used to change a gem into a bead with the weaving script attached. You can POINT the lathe at a gem to see what the result would be and CUT the gem with the lathe to make a bead.
This steel-tipped lathe may be altered with either a long or show description. The noun cannot change. The material it is made out of may be changed, but it must remain something metallic. It can also be rubbed.
25000
a pair of steel shears wrapped with leather Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
You analyze your steel shears and sense that it may be altered with either a long or show description. Based on the design, you realize that changing the noun would be impossible. While the material it is made out of may be changed, you sense that making it anything other than metallic would be useless and would weaken the integrity of the shears.
25000

In the woven reed basket you see:

a cluster of azure ginger blossom Weight: <1 pound 1000
a bright fuschia ginger blossom Weight: <1 pound 1000
a beautiful coral blanket flower Weight: <1 pound 1000

In the narrow wooden basket you see:

a cone of ice blue calathea Weight: <1 pound 1000
a puffed scarlet blood lily Weight: <1 pound 1000
a small blue passionflower Weight: <1 pound 1000

In the hanging straw basket you see:

a star-throated alabaster moonflower Weight: <1 pound 1000
a blooming azure passionflower Weight: <1 pound 1000
a small creamy night jasmine Weight: <1 pound 1000

In the wide stone vase you see:

a cluster of pale blush clivia Weight: <1 pound 1000
a dark periwinkle hibiscus Weight: <1 pound 1000
a cluster of bleeding heartvine Weight: <1 pound 1000

In the narrow glaes vase you see:

a bright red angel wing begonia Weight: <1 pound 1000
a cluster of blue dawn flowers Weight: <1 pound 1000
a rounded tangerine protea Weight: <1 pound 1000

In the large crystal vase you see:

a small golden lotus blossom Weight: <1 pound 1000
a tiny peach lotus blossom Weight: <1 pound 1000
a soft coral-hued orchid Weight: <1 pound 1000

, [Map Room #], Lich# ,

Weave and Wear

[Weave and Wear - 26644]
Filtering through the skylight above, beams of bright sunlight fill the small area inside the wagon. Draped over a rafter above, bundles of colorful feathers swing to and fro. Some shelves are placed over a narrow wooden table, its surface covered with bits of leaves and flower petals. Strands of ivy climb down a small painted door from a narrow box tacked to its surface.
Obvious exits: none

On the narrow shelf you see:

a narrow faenor wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a twisted bronze wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a braided vaalin wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a thick vaalorn wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a thin mithglin wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a fine silver wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a narrow azure lace ribbon Weight: <1 pound 1000
a length of twisted doeskin Weight: <1 pound 1000
a thin strip of ebon velvet Weight: <1 pound 1000
a wide alabaster satin ribbon Weight: <1 pound 1000

On the wide shelf you see:

a thick vaalorn link Weight: <1 pound 1000
a wide faenor link Weight: <1 pound 1000
a twisted vaalin link Weight: <1 pound 1000
a thin silver link Weight: <1 pound 1000
a small striped wenge bead Weight: <1 pound 1000
a oblong leopardwood bead Weight: <1 pound 1000
a polished lacewood bead Weight: <1 pound 1000
a small green amber damselfly Weight: <1 pound 1000
a tiny blue jade butterfly Weight: <1 pound 1000
a petite cloud opal starfly Weight: <1 pound 1000

On the rafter you see:

an azure macaw feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a creamy cockatoo feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a grey eagle-owl feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a jade parakeet feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a white albatross feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a red bee eater feather Weight: <1 pound 1000


2019 PSF

, [Map Room #07], Lich#28394, go wooden wagon

WW entry

[Weave and Wear - 27366]
Lining one wall of the spacious wagon is a narrow table covered with vases of various shapes and sizes all filled with bright flowers. Bunches of blossoms peek from inside baskets hanging from the rafters, their rich colors creating a brilliant canopy. Standing to one side of a small painted door is a large wooden crate overflowing with a wide variety of gardening tools.
Obvious exits: out

In the large wooden crate you see:

a slender mithril awl Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This is a tool that can be used to change a feather into a weaving item. POKE the feather with the awl.
This mithril awl may be altered with either a long or show description. The noun cannot change. The material it is made out of may be changed, but it must remain something metallic. It can also be rubbed.
25000
a pair of small mithril snips Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
You analyze your small mithril snips and sense that it may be altered with either a long or show description. Based on the design, you realize that changing the noun would be impossible. While the material it is made out of may be changed, you sense that making it anything other than metallic would be useless and would weaken the integrity of the snips.
25000
a slender forest green belt Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: Small (5-7)
several items of very small size
waist-worn (as a belt)
functional
analyze, show description
Analyze:
You can tell that the belt is as light as it can get and that its pockets could not possibly get any deeper.

Show:
There isn't currently anything stored on the forest green belt.
15500
a pair of narrow mithril scissors Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
You analyze your narrow mithril scissors and sense that it may be altered with either a long or show description. Based on the design, you realize that changing the noun would be impossible. While the material it is made out of may be changed, you sense that making it anything other than metallic would be useless and would weaken the integrity of the scissors.
25000
a small mithril-tipped lathe with an ironwood handle Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This is a tool that can be used to change a gem into a bead with the weaving script attached. You can POINT the lathe at a gem to see what the result would be and CUT the gem with the lathe to make a bead.
This mithril-tipped lathe may be altered with either a long or show description. The noun cannot change. The material it is made out of may be changed, but it must remain something metallic. It can also be rubbed.
25000
a pair of mithril shears Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
You analyze your mithril shears and sense that it may be altered with either a long or show description. Based on the design, you realize that changing the noun would be impossible. While the material it is made out of may be changed, you sense that making it anything other than metallic would be useless and would weaken the integrity of the shears.
25000

In the hanging straw basket you see:

a pink and white blaestonberry Weight: <1 pound 1000
a tiny white spring cress Weight: <1 pound 1000
a sprig of green featherfoil Weight: <1 pound 1000
a bright tangerine poppy Weight: <1 pound 1000

In the hanging reed basket you see:

an apricot-hued dahlia Weight: <1 pound 1000
a brilliant pink carnation Weight: <1 pound 1000
a deep golden begonia Weight: <1 pound 1000
some pure white trillium Weight: <1 pound 1000
a pale mazarine bluebell Weight: <1 pound 1000
a group of small yellow narcissus Weight: <1 pound 1000

In the hanging rattan basket you see:

a pale lavender aster blossom Weight: <1 pound 1000
a petite red ginger flower Weight: <1 pound 1000
a cone-shaped coral aloe blossom Weight: <1 pound 1000
a cluster of small white candytuft Weight: <1 pound 1000

In the narrow crystal vase you see:

a vibrant sanguine amaranth Weight: <1 pound 1000
a grass pink orchid Weight: <1 pound 1000
a small creamy white plumeria Weight: <1 pound 1000
a tiny vanilla orchid Weight: <1 pound 1000
a small pink slipper orchid Weight: <1 pound 1000

In the wide stone vase you see:

a sprig of dark purple lupine Weight: <1 pound 1000
a long-stemmed deep crimson rose Weight: <1 pound 1000
a dark magenta dog rose Weight: <1 pound 1000
a pale pink rose Weight: <1 pound 1000
a full crimson rose Weight: <1 pound 1000

In the tall cut-glass vase you see:

a tiny golden cinquefoil Weight: <1 pound 1000
a small pink almond blossom Weight: <1 pound 1000
a large deep red amaryllis blossom Weight: <1 pound 1000
a fluffy purple cornflower Weight: <1 pound 1000

WW rm 2

[Weave and Wear - 26644]
Filtering through the skylight above, beams of pale light illuminate the small area inside the wagon. Draped over the rafters above, bundles of dried flowers fill the room with rich scents. Some shelves hang above a narrow wooden table, its surface covered with bits of leaves and flower petals. Bits of ivy drape down a small painted door from a narrow box tacked to its surface.
Obvious exits: none

On the bottom shelf you see:

a pale jade leaf Weight: <1 pound 1000
a milky quartz rose Weight: <1 pound 1000
a golden topaz buttercup Weight: <1 pound 1000
a tiny juniper bead Weight: <1 pound 1000
a water ash bead Weight: <1 pound 1000
a white oak bead Weight: <1 pound 1000

On the middle shelf you see:

a shimmering cobalt satin ribbon Weight: <1 pound 1000
a narrow peach lace ribbon Weight: <1 pound 1000
a sheer lace ribbon Weight: <1 pound 1000
some braided hemp Weight: <1 pound 1000
a woven doeskin thong Weight: <1 pound 1000

On the top shelf you see:

a twisted copper wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a fine vultite wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a wide mithglin wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a slender mithril wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a thin vaalorn wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a braided silver wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a narrow bronze wire Weight: <1 pound 1000
a twisted faenor wire Weight: <1 pound 1000

On the long rafter you see:

a blue scrub-jay feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
an olive vireo feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a blue heron feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a white egret feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a black anhinga feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a grey stonechat feather Weight: <1 pound 1000

On the short rafter you see:

a cobalt mallard feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
an ebon swan feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a cinnamon wood duck feather Weight: <1 pound 1000
a cinereous pintail feather Weight: <1 pound 1000


2018

a large wooden wagon decorated with garlands of wildflowers, [Map Room 23], Lich #26440, go wagon

WW Entry

[Weave and Wear] RNUM: 27366
Lining one wall of the spacious wagon is a narrow table covered with vases of various shapes and sizes all filled with bright flowers. Bunches of blossoms peek from inside baskets hanging from the rafters, their rich colors creating a brilliant canopy. Standing to one side of a small painted door is a large wooden crate overflowing with a wide variety of gardening tools.
Obvious exits: out

Weaving

In the large wooden crate you see:

a slender steel awl with a spiraled hoarbeam handle converts feathers to weaving system 25000
a small steel-tipped lathe with a hoarbeam handle converts gems to weaving system (makes beads)
a pair of small steel snips with a suede-wrapped handle
a pair of narrow steel scissors etched with a blooming rose
a pair of steel shears wrapped with leather
an etched azure leather belt Pocketed: Small (5-7)
several items of very small size
waist-worn
functional
15500

All weaving materials are 1000 silvers

In the woven reed basket you see:
a cluster of azure ginger blossom
a bright fuschia ginger blossom
a beautiful coral blanket flower
In the narrow wooden basket you see:
a cone of ice blue calathea
a puffed scarlet blood lily
a small blue passionflower
In the hanging straw basket you see:
a star-throated alabaster moonflower
a blooming azure passionflower
a small creamy night jasmine
In the wide stone vase you see:
a cluster of pale blush clivia
a dark periwinkle hibiscus
a cluster of bleeding heartvine
In the narrow glaes vase you see:
a bright red angel wing begonia
a cluster of blue dawn flowers
a rounded tangerine protea
In the large crystal vase you see:
a small golden lotus blossom
a tiny peach lotus blossom
a soft coral-hued orchid

WW Door

[Weave and Wear] RNUM: 26444
Filtering through the skylight above, beams of pale light illuminate the small area inside the wagon. Draped over the rafter above, bundles of colorful feathers swing to and fro. Some shelves hang above a narrow wooden table, its surface covered with bits of leaves and flower petals. Strands of ivy climb down a small painted door from a narrow box tacked to its surface.

All weaving materials are 1000 silvers

On the narrow shelf you see:

a narrow faenor wire
a twisted bronze wire
a braided vaalin wire
a thick vaalorn wire
a thin mithglin wire
a fine silver wire
a narrow azure lace ribbon
a length of twisted doeskin
a thin strip of ebon velvet
a wide alabaster satin ribbon
On the wide shelf you see:
a thick vaalorn link
a wide faenor link
a twisted vaalin link
a thin silver link
a small striped wenge bead
a oblong leopardwood bead
a polished lacewood bead
a small green amber damselfly
a tiny blue jade butterfly
a petite cloud opal starfly

On the rafter you see:

an azure macaw feather
a creamy cockatoo feather
a grey eagle-owl feather
a jade parakeet feather
a white albatross feather
a red bee eater feather

You need to purchase a service pass to enter the archway.

2018 PSF Inventory

This shop appeared at A Midsummer Night's Festival 2018. It traditionally appears at Ebon Gate and was opened upon request.
a large wooden wagon decorated with garlands of wildflowers, [Map Room #3], Lich #23846, go wooden wagon

WW Entry

[Weave and Wear]
Lining one wall of the spacious wagon is a narrow table covered with vases of various shapes and sizes all filled with bright flowers. Bunches of blossoms peek from inside baskets hanging from the rafters, their rich colors creating a brilliant canopy. Standing to one side of a small painted door is a large wooden crate overflowing with a wide variety of gardening tools.
Obvious exits: out

Weaving

In the large wooden crate you see:

a pair of mithril shears 25000
a small mithril-tipped lathe with an ironwood handle 25000
a pair of narrow mithril scissors 25000
a slender forest green belt Pocketed: Small (5-7)
several items of very small size
waist-worn
functional
15500
a pair of small mithril snips 25000
a slender mithril awl 25000

In the hanging straw basket you see:

a tiny white spring cress 1000
a sprig of green featherfoil 1000
a bright tangerine poppy 1000
a pink and white Blaestonberry 1000

In the hanging reed basket you see:

a group of small yellow narcissus 1000
a pale mazarine bluebell 1000
an apricot-hued dahlia 1000
a brilliant pink carnation 1000
a deep golden begonia 1000
some pure white trillium 1000

In the hanging rattan basket you see:

a cluster of small white candytuft 1000
a petite red ginger flower 1000
a cone-shaped coral aloe blossom 1000
a pale lavender aster blossom 1000

In the narrow crystal vase you see:

a grass pink orchid 1000
a small creamy white plumeria 1000
a tiny vanilla orchid 1000
a small pink slipper orchid 1000
a vibrant sanguine amaranth 1000

In the wide stone vase you see:

a full crimson rose 1000
a pale pink rose 1000
a dark magenta dog rose 1000
a long-stemmed deep crimson rose 1000
a sprig of dark purple lupine 1000

In the tall cut-glass vase you see:

a fluffy purple cornflower 1000
a large deep red amaryllis blossom 1000
a small pink almond blossom 1000
a tiny golden cinquefoil 1000

WW Door

[Weave and Wear]
Filtering through the skylight above, beams of pale light illuminate the small area inside the wagon. Draped over the rafters above, bundles of dried flowers fill the room with rich scents. Some shelves hang above a narrow wooden table, its surface covered with bits of leaves and flower petals. Bits of ivy drape down a small painted door from a narrow box tacked to its surface.

On the bottom shelf you see:

a white oak bead 1000
a water ash bead 1000
a tiny juniper bead 1000
a golden topaz buttercup 1000
a milky quartz rose 1000
a pale jade leaf 1000

On the middle shelf you see:

a woven doeskin thong 1000
some braided hemp 1000
a sheer lace ribbon 1000
a shimmering cobalt satin ribbon 1000
a narrow peach lace ribbon 1000

On the top shelf you see:

a twisted copper wire 1000
a fine vultite wire 1000
a thin vaalorn wire 1000
a braided silver wire 1000
a narrow bronze wire 1000
a twisted faenor wire 1000
a wide mithglin wire 1000

On the long rafter you see:

a grey stonechat feather 1000
a black anhinga feather 1000
a blue scrub-jay feather 1000
a white egret feather 1000
an olive vireo feather 1000
a blue heron feather 1000

On the short rafter you see:

a cinereous pintail feather 1000
a cinnamon wood duck feather 1000
a cobalt mallard feather 1000
an ebon swan feather 1000

WW Arch (no items)

[Weave and Wear]
Smaller than the other areas of the wagon, the work area is cluttered with boxes and crates. Various tools and materials are scattered over the surface of a worn, marble-topped table. A large chalkboard dominates the wall above. Pushed to the side is a small wooden bench, the floor underneath carpeted with bits of discarded blossoms and greenery.
                               ~~ Welcome ~~
                        To my place of fragrance and beauty!
                   I will be about to customize your purchases.
                                         ~~ Blodau ~~

2017 Inventory

a large wooden wagon decorated with garlands of wildflowers, [Map Room 23], Lich #26440, go wagon

[Weave and Wear] RNUM: 26441
Lining one wall of the spacious wagon is a narrow table covered with vases of various shapes and sizes all filled with bright flowers. Bunches of blossoms peek from inside baskets hanging from the rafters, their rich colors creating a brilliant canopy. Standing to one side of a small painted door is a large wooden crate overflowing with a wide variety of gardening tools.
Obvious exits: out

Weaving

In the large wooden crate you see:

a slender steel awl with a carved ash handle 25000
a pair of small steel snips with a leather-wrapped handle
a wide dark leather belt Pocketed: Small (5-7)
several items of very small size
waist-worn
functional
a pair of narrow steel scissors with cotton-wrapped finger holes
a small steel-tipped lathe with an ash handle
a pair of steel shears etched with a vine pattern

In the woven reed basket you see:

a cluster of blue ginger blossom 1000
a deep red ginger blossom
a small cream ginger flower

In the narrow wooden basket you see:

a cone of ice blue calathea 1000
a cluster of tangerine heliconia
a bunch of alabaster plumeria

In the hanging straw basket you see:

a star-throated milky moonflower 1000
a blossoming crimson passionflower
a small creamy night jasmine

In the wide stone vase you see:

a small pale yellow bitter gourd 1000
a ruby-centered citrine blanket flower
a cluster of bleeding heartwine

In the narrow glaes vase you see:

a spherical pale pink blood lily 1000
a cluster of blue dawn flowers
a group of tubular blue jacaranda

In the large crystal vase you see:

a small pale pink lotus blossom 1000
a tiny blue lotus blossom
a soft coral-hued orchid

You need to purchase a service pass to enter the small painted door.

2016 Inventory

a large wooden wagon decorated with garlands of wildflowers, Room #60, Lich #20126, go wagon

Weaving

Entry

[Weave and Wear]
Lining one wall of the spacious wagon is a narrow table covered with vases of various shapes and sizes all filled with bright flowers. Bunches of blossoms peek from inside baskets hanging from the rafters, their rich colors creating a brilliant canopy. Standing to one side of a small painted door is a large wooden crate overflowing with a wide variety of gardening tools.
Obvious exits: out

In the large wooden crate you see:

a pair of mithril shears 25000
a small mithril-tipped lathe with an ironwood handle 25000
a pair of narrow mithril scissors 25000
a slender forest green belt Pocketed: Small (5-7)
several items of very small size
waist-worn
functional
15500
a pair of small mithril snips 25000
a slender mithril awl 25000

In the hanging rattan basket you see:

a cluster of small white candytuft 1000
a group of deep purple bindweed 1000
a cone-shaped coral aloe blossom 1000
a petite red ginger flower 1000

In the hanging reed basket you see:

a group of small yellow narcissus 1000
a bundle of orange quince blossoms 1000
a sprig of yellow swamp beggar-tick 1000
a single pink blush bog lily 1000

In the hanging straw basket you see:

a bright tangerine poppy 1000
a sprig of green featherfoil 1000
pale swamp buttercup 1000
some pink swamp heath 1000
a tiny white spring cress 1000
a sprig of pale purple monkeyflower 1000

In the tall cut-glass vase you see:

a fluffy purple cornflower 1000
a large deep red amaryllis blossom 1000
a small pink almond blossom 1000
some pale pink swamp milkweed 1000

In the wide stone vase you see:

a full crimson rose 1000
a pale pink rose 1000
a dark magenta dog rose 1000
a coral swamp rose 1000

On the narrow crystal vase you see:

a small pink slipper orchid 1000
a tiny vanilla orchid 1000
a small creamy white plumeria 1000
a brittlebush blossom 1000
a grass pink orchid 1000

Door

[Weave and Wear]
Filtering through the skylight above, beams of pale light illuminate the small area inside the wagon. Draped over the rafters above, bundles of dried flowers fill the room with rich scents. Some shelves hang above a narrow wooden table, its surface covered with bits of leaves and flower petals. Bits of ivy drape down a small painted door from a narrow box tacked to its surface.

On the top shelf you see:

a twisted faenor wire 1000
a narrow bronze wire 1000
a braided silver wire 1000
a thin vaalorn wire 1000
a slender mithril wire 1000
a wide mithglin wire 1000
a fine vultite wire 1000
a twisted copper wire 1000

On the middle shelf you see:

a woven doeskin thong 1000
some braided hemp 1000
a sheer lace ribbon 1000
a narrow peach lace ribbon 1000
a shimmering cobalt satin ribbon 1000

On the bottom shelf you see:

a white oak bead 1000
a water ash bead 1000
a tiny juniper bead 1000
a golden topaz buttercup 1000
a milky quartz rose 1000
a pale jade leaf 1000

On the short rafter you see:

a cinereous pintail feather 1000
a cinnamon wood duck feather 1000
an ebon swan feather 1000
a cobalt mallard feather 1000

On the long rafter you see:

a grey stonechat feather 1000
black anhinga feather 1000
a white egret feather 1000
a blue heron feather 1000
an olive vireo feather 1000
a blue scrub-jay feather 1000

Arch

[Weave and Wear]
Smaller than the other areas of the wagon, the work area is cluttered with boxes and crates. Various tools and materials are scattered over the surface of a worn, marble-topped table. A large chalkboard dominates the wall above. Pushed to the side is a small wooden bench, the floor underneath carpeted with bits of discarded blossoms and greenery.
~~ Welcome ~~
                  To my place of fragrance and beauty!
I will be about to customize your purchases as well as the finished items.
                Finished pieces can have a detailed description
          as well as something one can see easily from far away.
                                        ~~ Blodau ~~"

2015 Inventory

a large wooden wagon decorated with garlands of wildflowers, Room #60, Lich #20126, go wagon

Entry

[Weave and Wear]
Lining one wall of the spacious wagon is a narrow table covered with vases of various shapes and sizes all filled with bright flowers. Bunches of blossoms peek from inside baskets hanging from the rafters, their rich colors creating a brilliant canopy. Standing to one side of a small painted door is a large wooden crate overflowing with a wide variety of gardening tools.
Obvious exits: out

Weaving

In the Crate you see

a slender mithril awl 25000
a pair of small mithril snips 25000
a slender forest green belt Pocketed:Small
several items of very small size
waist-worn
functional
15500
a pair of narrow mithril scissors 25000
a small mithril-tipped lathe with an ironwood handle 25000
a pair of mithril shears 25000

In the Hanging straw basket you see

a tiny hummingbird feather 1000
a long golden eagle feather 1000
a blue-grey goshawk feather 1000

In the Hanging reed basket you see

a single pink blush bog lily 1000
a sprig of yellow swamp beggar-tick 1000
a bundle of orange quince blossoms 1000
a group of small yellow narcissus 1000

In the Hanging rattan basket you see

a petite red ginger flower 1000
a cone-shaped coral aloe blossom 1000
a group of deep purple bindweed 1000
a cluster of small white candytuft 1000

In the Narrow crystal vase you see

grass pink orchid 1000
a brittlebush blossom 1000
a small creamy white plumeria 1000
a tiny vanilla orchid 1000
a small pink slipper orchid 1000

In the Wide stone vase you see

a perfect alabaster lotus blossom 1000
a delicate pink lotus blossom 1000
a beautiful pale blue lotus blossom 1000
a pointed purple lotus blossom 1000

In the Tall cut-glass vase you see

some pale pink swamp milkweed 1000
a small pink almond blossom 1000
a large deep red amaryllis blossom 1000
a fluffy purple cornflower 1000

Door

[Weave and Wear]
Filtering through the skylight above, beams of pale light illuminate the small area inside the wagon. Draped over the rafters above, bundles of dried flowers fill the room with rich scents. Some shelves hang above a narrow wooden table, its surface covered with bits of leaves and flower petals. Bits of ivy drape down a small painted door from a narrow box tacked to its surface.
Obvious exits: none

On the Bottom shelf you see

a dark jade leaf 1000
a pink topaz wax flower 1000
a coral strawflower 1000
a tiny juniper bead 1000
a water ash bead 1000
a small cypress bead 1000

On the Middle shelf you see

a shimmering cobalt satin ribbon 1000
a narrow peach lace ribbon 1000
a thin royal blue silk ribbon 1000
a gold-edged ebon silk ribbon 1000
a sheer lace ribbon 1000
some braided hemp 1000
a woven doeskin thong 1000

On the Top shelf you see

a twisted copper wire 1000
a fine vultite wire 1000
a wide mithglin wire 1000
a slender mithril wire 1000
a thin vaalorn wire 1000
a braided silver wire 1000
a narrow bronze wire 1000
a twisted faenor wire 1000

On the Long rafter you see

a stalk of dried heather 1000
a cluster of dried forsythia 1000
a sprig of dried purple burdock 1000
a single dried cattail 1000
a sprig of dried fennel 1000

On the Short rafter you see

a dried yellow creeping spearwort 1000
some dried wood reedgrass 1000
a dried broad leaf cattail 1000

Arch

[Weave and Wear]
Smaller than the other areas of the wagon, the work area is cluttered with boxes and crates. Various tools and materials are scattered over the surface of a worn, marble-topped table. A large chalkboard dominates the wall above. Pushed to the side is a small wooden bench, the floor underneath carpeted with bits of discarded blossoms and greenery.
~~ Welcome ~~
                  To my place of fragrance and beauty!
I will be about to customize your purchases as well as the finished items.
                Finished pieces can have a detailed description
          as well as something one can see easily from far away.
                                        ~~ Blodau ~~"