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21  FIBER ARTS / Weaving: Discussion and Questions / Re: Place mats sell for more than dishtowels? on: January 28, 2009 04:47:07 PM
Hmm now that I see them they do have more of a dish towel look than a placemat look. Do you think it is because of the kind of yarns you used? Would different types of yarns be used for placemats?
22  FIBER ARTS / Weaving: Discussion and Questions / Re: hexagon lap loom on: January 28, 2009 03:56:53 AM
I was looking at a bunch of hexagon looms today on Ebay and I was wondering what could be made with them and how. I'm looking for my first loom, and I think I am just going to go with a simple frame loom but those hexagon ones look interesting.
23  FIBER ARTS / Weaving: Discussion and Questions / Re: Place mats sell for more than dishtowels? on: January 28, 2009 03:52:24 AM
Yep I'd say go the placemats route if you want to make more money. I know I personally don't care about the look of my dish towels, but placemats make a table! Do you have pictures of your dish towel/ placemats?
24  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Making purses on: January 26, 2009 01:41:53 AM
I am knitting on a loom right now, and it comes out with fairly tight stitches but you can still see holes, not big enough for things to fall out of but I like the idea of lining it I think. Although I don't know how to sew with a sewing machine so I'll have to try and hand sew it in.
25  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Is it possible to .... on: January 26, 2009 01:38:48 AM
Oh, I mean side by side...so the whole (7ft) length. I want to join 3 7ft long pieces side by side, so I would have to join it 7ft and then 7ft on the other side, if that makes sense.  Just not sure what would be the fastest way.
26  FIBER ARTS / Spinning: Discussion and Questions / Help! I want to start weaving! on: January 24, 2009 04:51:10 PM
I want to learn how to make woven purses/handbags, and woven placemats.  What type of loom do I need to make these?
27  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Making purses on: January 24, 2009 02:32:45 PM
If you knit a purse (either on knitting needles or on a loom...which is what I'm using right now), do you have to line the inside with fabric or will the knitted fabric alone be strong enough to hold items?
28  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Is it possible to .... on: January 24, 2009 02:30:37 PM
to join two knitted (on a loom) pieces that are both around 7ft long ?? ...without it taking FOREVER!
29  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Needle felt Christmas Decorations- Lots of imgs on: January 24, 2009 02:24:16 PM
A little late but.....


Here are some ornaments I made! Grin









A close-up






And here is a needle felted holiday tabletop soft sculptural piece:








30  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Selling Crafts on Etsy.com / Re: Do you love your banner? Who made it? on: January 24, 2009 01:53:50 AM
I love mine  Grin
An etsy seller by the name of Getfunked made my banner.
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